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DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBLIN DAY BY DAY.

DUBIIN, FBZ3DAY. ITnu Senrate of the Royal University has appointed M!r. William Thomson, ?? and Dr. C. SF. Nixon, with the secretaries. Dr. J. C. M~eredithanld Dr. Joseph Mwratb, to hold an inquiry at the Queen's College, Gaiway, to-mnorrow, as regards the sufficien~cyof the pr
18 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRIEST IN POLITICS.

THE PRIEST IN POLITICS.

rl~:f-E PRIEST IN POLITICS, THE PARNE£LL DIVORCE CASE AND AFT'ER. ?? 17thI November. 1890, thle verdict in the edivorce action of O'Shea v. O Shea and Farnell weas i- given. Tent m2onth s had elapseed betwieen the issue of the wvrit anld the trial, and as the charges in general ,
18 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ZENANA MISSION.

ZENANA MISSION.

ZE?WANA M??SSIO?T. heannual, sit~ of wok in connection wit the Thmel Cuch au&iry ef this mission wa5 held yesterday in the scheoolo0om ad~oiuing te church. Rev. James Hunlter, pasa of the church, presided, and there was a fair at~tendance. The bail was nicely decorted for the occ
18 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOLF IN IRELAND.

GOLF IN IRELAND.

GOLF IN LRE?AND. M~ost Scottish and Enuglish golfers will, during the past ten or tiwelve years, bhare observed with great satisfaction the rapid progress wehich their Royal game has made in Ireland. It is not a far cry back to the year 1879, when golf was practically unknown the
21 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST PEACE SOCIETY.

BELFAST PEACE SOCIETY.

BEL1?A? PEACE SOC?T? INNUAL ton T333 a~nmial meeting of the Belfast Peace Soeiet% was held last ev~ening inl the Large Heall of funs YoMung Men's Christian Association, W~ellington g; Places and was veryr well attendedl. Sir James HE. ?? occupied the chair. Rev. William Germzan h
21 February 1893 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MESSRS J. G. MOONEY AND CO., LIMITED.

MESSRS J. G. MOONEY AND CO., LIMITED.

MESsRS J. G. MOONEY AND D CO., LIMITEDR On St3Ratrity the winual meeting of Messrs G Mlooney and Co, Limited, was held in the otwices, 8 Gardiner's row, 3fr J F Waters, y P, in thex chair. hie Scretary (Mr. James Watson) read the repors, which recommended a dividend of 1l0r cent
6 February 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EDUCATION COMMISSIONERS' NEW RULE.

THE EDUCATION COMMISSIONERS' NEW RULE.

THE ADUO ATIO?- COMMISSIONERS' : Ng% RULI. S I TO E1I FREMAS AN'D NNATNAL PBESS.M 4th Ikbrnary 1i892. Snr,-I now enclose copy of a letter, dated ;, 27th Janaary; addresse& ti the Comniissioner3 r of lational Educationax Ireland -by the Chief 3 Secretary, on the subject of the ite
6 February 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AMNESTY ASSOCIATION.

THE AMNESTY ASSOCIATION.

ITHE ALNES'STY ASSOCIATIONi. SPEECH BY MR. J. EGAN-START- LING ACCUSATIONS. Last night a meeting of the Amnesty 1690- } .i eation was held in the Workmen's Club, 41 | York street, to daeiand the release of the. political prisoners still in jail, and to enrol members. Mr James Ega
1 February 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

1 i (BY SPECIAL WIRE.) Freeman OrWcs, WEDIESDAY MerAloNN SIX O'CLOCx. THE DEBATE ON H'1IIE ADDRESS. C TheDaily News ?? Qneen's Speech i as read in the IHouse of Lords yesterday, t was amplified and strengthened, especially } so far as it related to foreign afffairs, I by Mr Glads
1 February 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON MONEY MARKETS.

LONDON MONEY MARKETS.

I - LO OX~XOSEY MEAET.i ND - M T.I I (P X OURn CORBESPONDENT.) (By Special Wire.) . Lonaon, Monday Evening. c Apart fromn the continued drop in the r American.liarket the various sections of the. Y Stock Exchange were again inactive, and movements'in the majority of cases were to
21 February 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland