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KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

* E KINGSTOWN AND BLAC1tROCR MAIN DRAINAGE. SPECIAL MdEETiNG OF THE KINGSTOWN COMMISSIONEBS. re Yesterday a special meeting of the Kings- ?? Commissioners was jheld in the hc Town Hall " to take into consideratioln thle Si clauses pat into the Blackrock and Kings- fo tow~n Draina
29 August 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

?? 'eS , T7 ON. * to. TU:lIA\.YZOK7VNNG,| 1:-IZ ENT STOR=M. i . ?? have not v s ;e S'OrMl or rather it has : : .:h us. T'lhe ftrt disturh- : 1 away from our ooasts on its C,,0 LSiu ISu ys t anotther ?? :'rg s~y tfrOTI th8e Atlantic Zi ,ye. tit'; th~e northl oi thlese All th1at u-
21 November 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROTUNDA HOSPITAL.

ROTUNDA HOSPITAL.

. Op A PT ?? "A meeting of ?? Of tb'6eabote;oshtslltal held Ot Friday last. ' Mr Samuel F Adair in the dhar. Also prcsentlr R O'Brien Ebriong, MrGrant.FPfli- Rebe*t S Beeves, and Mlr Wynldham.Qnln FJzenlid, sere0ry. The minutes of the hoard meeting, held on meerd Nofteer h=necomi
12 December 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PATNTOMIME AT THE GAIETY.

THE PATNTOMIME AT THE GAIETY.

THE PANTOMIME AT THE GAIET Y. "IfIllLE!: RED RIDING HOOD." The time has come when everybody is be- ginning to ask something about the panto- mime, and despite all the gifted arguments that may be suggested in favour of having no pantomime at all the interesting fact remains that
12 December 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"TURKINGTON'S TALISMAN" AT THE LEINSTER HALL.

"TURKINGTON'S TALISMAN" AT THE LEINSTER HALL.

"TURKTNGTON'S TALISMA.IN" AT THE LKIMSTER HALL.. |"Turbington's Talisman," an exceedingly pretty musical comedy, was produced in the Foyer of the Leinster Hall last night. " Bar- newell Banks" is mentioned as the author of the piece. the lyrics of which have been com- posed by Mr
12 December 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 1893.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 1893.

TO, <erA Nt AND DUBLIN: FRIDAY, DEC. 8,1893. THi MONEY MARETr.-No change was made yesterday in the Bank tate, which re- mnains at 3 per cent. Cousols were unaltered, British Railivays were steady, but Americans were weak. On the Dublin Stock Ex ichange business was far more brisk
8 December 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

THE AMERICAN MARKETS.

I I . _ _ NE-W YORK STOCIK MARKET. I (DALEL'S CABLEGRAM.) New York. Wednesday. The Stock Market to-day opened steady. New York and New Enggland ruled weak from the commencement, on talk of receivership, while Louisville and Nashville also were weak on doubts concerning the payme
28 December 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IS A HORSE OLD AT FIFTY?

IS A HORSE OLD AT FIFTY?

IS A HORSE"OLD AT FIFTY? I A. ! The idea that a man is old at fifty having 5 been rejected with scorn by nearly everybody who is approaching or has attained that age, the question arises whether other animals on two or three or four or more or no legs, are or are not old at fifty
28 December 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

AND DEATHR , _ . ?? fully uctrhenticateed tittee ofi 2s 6d for zi6 . -. -, ; ad'i wi'aal 9 wordo, with. Insert'i ,, -, 93 at P Iona, lndit, the LC' ' A il. tVW, 1ItdoLa Stcorps, * , . 0 ,l :, - Uu tiirrley Grange, ,,1 ! ji ( ?? tI:U:V 3?^l~le t thoowl ot Z's ?? \! ' v~ieulie Rous
11 July 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TREACHERY OR FOLLY?

TREACHERY OR FOLLY?

7REACHERY OR FOLLY? THE proceedings in the House of Com- mons last evening developed one of the most critical situations which the Home Rule Ministry has yet had to face. It arose over an amendment framed by Air. John Redmond in such a way as to admit of being supported by every
11 July 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland