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THE DISPUTE IN THE COTTON

THE DISPUTE IN THE COTTON

PROSPECT A MAKCuBSTim, Fmoax. Them prospect erf the dispute in ti cotton trade being brought termiaatio The market baa hardened considerably during the poet week two, and, in anticipation of continued upward tendency, negotiatiooa are the basis reduction wages the marten in eoaJ
31 December 1892 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUMMONS COURT.

SUMMONS COURT.

[Before Mr. F. 3. MaoCabtuy, RM- ; Mr, Thomas Dr. MHiu.] Alias or Cuilduen. Aoak Smith wee the suit of Inspector Taylor, N.S.RC.C., for alleged neglect of two cbildmii, Mary and Annio, aged rospectively five years and 'two yenra and five months. Mr. Lewis proeecuted. Inspector s
31 December 1892 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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to SPELLING BEE IN NEWRY. ANOTHER FIRE IN NEWRY. NEWRY BOROUGH COURT. MYSTERIOUS OCCURRENCE AT LATEST NEWS THE CABINET AND HOME RULE. lor priest." This old Transatlantic form of amusement WAS NeWry has hail another outbreak of fire, This weekly Court was held yesterday in the AR
31 December 1892 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE BLACKBURN MURDERER.

THE BLACKBURN MURDERER.

AGITATION FOR A REPRIEVE. Blackburn, Thuraday.—Every effort is being by Mr. Riley, solicitor for Cross Duckworth, who is under sentence of death for the Witton murder, to obtain a commutation of the sentence. The memorial will in a day or two be sent to the Home Secretary, pntyi
31 December 1892 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
imitations. ...-JTEWART D&wsoN & CO.'S UNRIVALLED PARAGON LEVERS. They have Ten Jewels, Chronometer, Balance, Patentßegu£3 38 Outside Cap, Absolute Prot:ction

imitations. ...-JTEWART D&wsoN & CO.'S UNRIVALLED PARAGON LEVERS. They have Ten Jewels, Chronometer, Balance, Patentßegu£3 38 Outside Cap, Absolute Prot:ction

from Du3t. Should be seen and compared by every intending Watch Buyer, STEWART DAWSON & C 0 UNRIVALLED fLATE LEVERS. The Model Watch— Flat, Compact, Accurate; Superbly Finished Dust - proof Rim £4 4. Cap. All English throughout. Undeniably the best Keyless Moveinent, £5. Full de
31 December 1892 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
County Meath.

County Meath.

270 IRISH ACRES Of Prise Pesters Land at VELDONSTOWN AND KENTSrowN, Neu ?WWI. WE have reeeived iastructioas from Mies Emelt& to Let by AUCTION. Oe THURSDAY, 12th JANUARY, 1893, hi 12 clock, about 270 Acres of the Lands of Idunoteorn and Kentetown, in suitable divisions, well wat
31 December 1892 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
GALLIA •1J RA NIA ITRURIA

GALLIA •1J RA NIA ITRURIA

CIPHALONIA . .. Thor. Jag 12 MARATHON CATA LON I Superior Aerommodation at saoderate farm for rim owl Second l'lsas eamentrars ; alto through to China, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia. The Coaard &tamable Company, Limited, 8, Water street, Liserp.ml; Or to their Agenta—Tboasaa
31 December 1892 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
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bear 2 per rent Consolidated bteck 9i Do do. .., Bank of Ireland Belfast Banking Company (I.d) Hiessoisn Hand (Limited) Munster R Leinster Hank (Ld).•• National Batik (Limited) Provincial Banking Co. (Ld) Da Now (Limited) Royal Bank (Limited) Ulster Bank (Linititd) - STEM". Briti
31 December 1892 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
ANOTHER YEAR.

ANOTHER YEAR.

Another year has gone—aye, gone forever; Dread thought Oh, is it lost to thee, .ny soul ? Or shall it rise when time is thine no longer, To lift thee one step nearer to thy . goal ? O thought of peaca, or frowning ghost of fear !
31 December 1892 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BROKEN LAMP.

THE BROKEN LAMP.

Mr Moore asked Mr Lanney, lamp inspector, whether he had made any report on the lamp that was broken at Hardman's Garden. lir Lanney said he had not reported it ; a an of the engineer's was there at the time. Mr Moore—But why didn't you report of it ? Mr Lanney—l will report to
31 December 1892 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland