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6 June 1892 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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Island* Great Britain no longer included them antong't the depemlervciee of the Sejchcllc*, With Mmlagaecar, one or ruore French would shortly be established is hind. AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY. Paris, Sunday. The /nrmnrigsast publtshc* a letter, which it says was dated from and pic
Tub last week has been a most unfavourably one for tennis, ground never getting luce properly dry before ram Bg.,j n came down. only match of any which took jiloco among®! our local clubs was mixed double®* between teams re|*re»cnuod Belmont and Adelaide Pork, which took on tho
LISBURN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. On Saturday the members of this Awociat-ioa met at their Fairy Well, to compete foe telescope, presented Mr. John Morgan., Weather wet and storray. Mr. W. B. Leonard headed the list and woo. This being the third' lime, telescope becomes his property. C
Tn« Kviprjc« Phiz*. —" Sportsman”—La Croiae ; Sporting Life”-Simon de Mootlort ; Sporting Times”—Vadstae IJeovenato; Field"—Lower Boy or Sprightly; •• Licensed Victuallers’ Gazette”—Porter’s best «• Coromandel ; Land and Water"—Lower Boy ; County Goutlomao”—Veeieto* or BpngHtly.
[raOM IXOTD'a LIBT.I The French steamer Calrdooie, from Pauillao for Noumea, has |mt bock Sue* leaky; three feet water forebold; baa been surruyed; muat go into dry do; ’ The Brituh .hip River Nith, from Liverpool fo Call ho. with a cargo coala, ho* put into Holy head leaky. Mid