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[Coatiaaed from page 7.] ground in setting the vast machinery of the constituency in motion for a new eleetioe. great

[Coatiaaed from page 7.] ground in setting the vast machinery of the constituency in motion for a new eleetioe. great

contest remains, the contest which has taken so much time and involves such vast expellee, indicating the struggle of great forces and interests of a class—a class that clings resolutely to its traditions of power and authority against new ideas ; a straggle, not of one time or
3 December 1892 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
DROGHEDA GASFITTINGS,

DROGHEDA GASFITTINGS,

SHEET & PIPE, LEAD, COPPER, BRASS, &c, &c.
3 December 1892 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Brown & Poison ' s WITH MILK. EXCELLENT FOR Corn Flour CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. MAKES DAINTY DISHES FOR BREAKFAST, DINNER

Brown & Poison ' s WITH MILK. EXCELLENT FOR Corn Flour CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. MAKES DAINTY DISHES FOR BREAKFAST, DINNER

SUPPER, NO PACKET OENOINr WITHOUT l e & THESE SIGNATURES-
3 December 1892 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

THE1 PURDYSBIYRN CLUUW President-Captain Aroledale, D.L. Vioe-presidents-Lord Spencer Chichester, Captain Staniland, Captain MI'almont, M.P.; James Henderson, J.P. ; J. Houston, V.L. John Alexander, D.L. * R. G. Danvills, DL. Patrons-R. M. Douglas, ?? R. C. Parke, M.D., 3.P.; Si
1 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DULBIN DAY BY DAY.

DULBIN DAY BY DAY.

DU~LW 'D End nefhb DUD~t, S'usn 35tt;1kc VeieltEkh As signified lris intntion of being present nik tie orchestral ionoert tiohe noyal rish Academy of Music on Tuesday evening next. as'. night's downpour of sleet and rain, With an ?? gale, Was followed this morning by a hearT fall
5 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENOBS . I F~ p . Es - 0 j, :D I L B.-E f f To ?? =11fos CtB TE B350FA2 LTRR S-The president of Mr. Morley's CDmmission has long since informed ns that ice and his ool- leagues were appointed to devise some scheme for 3 restoring the evicted tenants to their holdins. I T
5 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THlE AMERICAN MARKETS. NEW YORK STOCK. XZCIIALNGE. SPEsraL CABLEGRAM. ; NEW YORK Novnmnn11i 3D. TO-nAwVs tanaactivons at the Boards of the Stook Exchange have been somewhat larger, the total amounting to 327,000 shares, Readings, New Bog- lands, and Milwankees making one-third of
1 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

SHIPPING. n ELFAST AND'T T LIVERPOOL, DAIL a~ 8 .M. SAURDA~YS AT 13.0P.. I Tejf1Wed. I 11mm. Friday.: Sat. C' ?? p~m. .M pj.m. 1-iil P.M. - - ~~l, 0-iS; 2, e-rai 3, 0-15 el..5 1, . is J 6, a-4 -15 ~ 2. :15-4It, 10-4?22 midn't 23 midm't] ?? 10-451 ~ ?? C 1 '2A, 5-0~S,9-IS 30, 8-1.
3 December 1892 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"PEPPER'S GHOST" IN COURT.

"PEPPER'S GHOST" IN COURT.

"PEPPER'S GHOST "IN COUR T. I I AN INJIUNCTION. Yesterday, before the Vice-Chancelor, in a case of Frederick and Emily Smith v Albeat Drake, Mr. Matheson, Q C, with -ahom as wa r Richard Cherry(instructed by Messrs Crowrey and Boulger) on the part of the piair.uts, applied for an
6 December 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

PUBLIC NOTICES, A Iz sB T Y f I THs REAT G VrPodnet-orand,)anser ?? NosdQieb l or Fbe Ijighta and One Matne only. THIS EVEN G(Tua Dayl fit(at " A The Celebrated Opera Conlue, LA CIGALE, As Played at the LYric Theatre, London. Augmented Orchestra and FuP Chous GR& DAY I SATURDAY N
6 December 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland