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ALLEGED ILL-TREATMENT OF A CHILD IN BELFAST.

ALLEGED ILL-TREATMENT OF A CHILD IN BELFAST.

ALLEGED ILL-TREATMN.T OF A CHILD IN BELFAST. IN QU EST. YszsRDaY -afternoon Dr. Dill, city coroner, held an inquiry in. the Vulcan publie-house, Townsend Street, as to the death of a child named Jane Magee, whose parents reside at 21, Riversdale Street. The oh ld died on the 18th
21 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

ITHE 1ONETY MARKET.J | ~~BY OlUL PRIVALTE WIRlE. LOInOts, WEDNESDAY.-Bank rate, 2 per cent.; open marb;t, -, per cent.; call tmoney, I per cent. Consols, 96EN to 96" -; do. account, 903- to 97. Settlement ?? day, July, 26th ticket day, July 27th ; account day, July 28th; console
21 July 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

.} Y T HEAl:&T ?? The Olebsbted A~erlc Actress, Miss ORACF HAWTHORNE, .THB EVENING, Sztoody, Jnly Znd, at 8, New and gboain Drama, in Five Acts, A ROYAL DIVORCE. Vroniith New Olympic Theatre, London. UsualPrie Bos 06ceatCramer'sa EaRydoors7o'clock A I E TY T H E A T RE , G TRqTEN
2 July 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RATHMINES COMMISSIONERS.

RATHMINES COMMISSIONERS.

Yesterday the monthly meeting of the n- Commissioners was held in the Town Hall, as Rathmines, Mr Edward Fottrell S P. pre- 3 siding. ly The other Commissioners present were .11 Messrs Samuel H Bolton, J P; Captain Richard Ay Boyd, Vere Ward Brown, Frederick A BEller, C E; ad 1v
7 July 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: THUSDAY, JULY 7, 1892.

DUBLIN: THUSDAY, JULY 7, 1892.

I, AN I ~~~nal V i DUBLIN: THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1892. The number of deaths from cholera nostros in the suburbs of Paris yesterday was twelve, same as on Monday. A young man named Hills was seized with: cramp while bathing yesterday morning at1 Dover and was drowned. Immediately afer
7 July 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MIDLOTHIAN CAMPAIGN.

THE MIDLOTHIAN CAMPAIGN.

THE 0LHAN CAMPAIGN. MR- GLADSTONE AND THE ELECTIONS. 41 TE1E PLAN OF CAMPAIGN AND THE M. MITCHELSTOWN MASSACRE. d Edinburgh, Wednesday- Mr. Gladstone thia evening addressed a met ting . of Midlothian electors at CorsitorPhle.' It had . been intended that an ci- way from Daimeny h
7 July 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HIBERNIAN BANK, LIMITE.

THE HIBERNIAN BANK, LIMITE.

-THE HIBERNIAN BANK, LI1TE" Ai 1 ._ _ I I The following is the report of the directors to be submitted to the shareholders at their ordinary general meeting on Monday, the 5th of Au-gust-The directors beg to submnit the statement of accounts for the s half-year ending 30th June,
21 July 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHO ARE THE SEPARATISTS?

WHO ARE THE SEPARATISTS?

WHO ARE THE iSEPARATISTS? LORD SAT.nBusY is determined to stick to). Government until he is thrown out. In the stereotyped language of the police witness "he refuses to go quietly." So force has to be used. The ground of the refusal to obey the unwritten law of the Constitution i
21 July 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

! i }1 1.. _o (BY SPECIAL WIsE.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONNT.) 211 Strand, W C, Thursday Morning. The Tilaes foreshadows a peculiar line of 'procedure for Lord Salisbury's Government when it meets the new ParliamenS. The sug- gestion is that it will nut forward no Queen's Speech,
21 July 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

1MkNERT'-NTLTAGE~NCE.-Y3sTzEDAY.~ ?? . M URLANt.-JULY 18. , t5~~~(PECIAL REORr.). At the Baltic toiday a firmer feeling. obtained for Icargoes of wvheatin all positionls, owg to pauecty of selers; buyers bid late rates hut do not seem anxious to increase. Arzugnat;eptemher Califa
19 July 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland