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BOVRIL

BOVRIL

FREELY. THE GUARANTEED PRODUCT OF
24 February 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW NOTICES—THIS DAI.

LAW NOTICES—THIS DAI.

(From the Legal Diary.’’| H M COURT OF APPEAL IN IBELAND- For Monday, 271 h Feb—For jodgmeut—Bevan ▼ Hagan. Collia v Hibernian Bank. For bearing Keogh Keogh. R, interloc; Taaffe, tenant; Fieooh. lanalord: Irish Land Commission. ROLLS Action -D’Arcy ▼ D'Arcy, at bearing. LAND JUD
24 February 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BCBOUHV AT MOKKnOWy.

BCBOUHV AT MOKKnOWy.

AT MOKKnOWy. Late last night or early this morning burglars entered thehoose Oriel Lodge. Monks town, and carried off clothing and valuables representing the value of between £3O £4O. The house is occupied by the Rev Mr Mervyu. The police were iuformed of the matter, an> are enga
24 February 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN POLICE COURT.

KINGSTOWN POLICE COURT.

A WIFE SMASHING To-day, before Mr Byrne. QC, a woman, named M‘!Hahon. summoned her husband for having assaulted her smashed eight day clock, a sewing machine, and articles of furniture their residence Blackrock on the I7th inst. His Worship, after bearing complainant» story, sen
24 February 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
METALS.

METALS.

Tin firm - Straits on tbe first change sold £92 2s 6d cash; £92 6d three month*, clcamg at best Copper opened firm but went easier afterwards, B sold £45 10s £45 8s 9d cash; £46 £45 three mouths. Lead quiet—English. 7* Gd.gSpelter steady—ordinary, £l7 to £l7 2s 6J. Quicksilver,
24 February 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROViSIONU.

FROViSIONU.

DUBLIN WHOLESALE POTATOES (Little Green), Feb 25—Supply fair and prices nominally unchanged. Best qualities, 2s lOd; extreme, ss; other descriptions, 2a 2d to 2s 8d per cwt. Wholesale VeoetaAes—A good average supply of Savoy cabbages; Yorks nearly cleared out; white turnips beco
24 February 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW SEEDS FOB 1893.

NEW SEEDS FOB 1893.

VEGETABLE. SEEDS. FLOWER SEEDS, SLED POTATOES. FARM SEEDS, w . . SEEb GRAIN, ic, &c, All of good and true to name. and Ceialogue Amateur* Guide *BO rape*-. ronUimu* faU callara. direcuou* and much valuable information, may had poll free bending pore habere SIR JAMES WM. MACKEY,
24 February 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TAIT’S (JARDEN SEEDS Are ftiwert FRESH end BEEIABLE, by »ny for Fine Quality *nd Slodemte Price*. TAIT’S IMPROVED NONPAREIL CABBAGE.

TAIT’S (JARDEN SEEDS Are ftiwert FRESH end BEEIABLE, by »ny for Fine Quality *nd Slodemte Price*. TAIT’S IMPROVED NONPAREIL CABBAGE.

Thi? popular early variety »» the best for Sprang. [ Autumn, Winter use. Medium *ue, firm, and of mild davour, lOd per ounce, 3d per packet, poU I free. , TtlT’S CHOICE FLOWER SEEDS • CHARMING DISPLAY OF BEAUTI L'L FLOWERS *U through the bummer Montha Twelve Bevclif'il H»rt, Flo
24 February 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TER RADICALS RIIJOICID.

TER RADICALS RIIJOICID.

A London correspondent says—There is great rejoicing amongst Radical circles, in the local clubs, and the ' National Liberals' that the Home Rule Bill is out of the way till the 13th of March at least. The New castle programme, minus Room Rule, is to occupy the interim. Unless M
24 February 1893 - Armagh Standard - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE ORANGE MANIFESTO.

THE ORANGE MANIFESTO.

.s- .. LONDON, WEDNUMAT. The Evening Standara.aya—Tbe gr itu earnestness of the mantleato issued from the Grand Orange Lodge at Belfast is not to be mistaken. Of all varieties of antipathy that into which contempt largely eaters is not the least bitter, and this is what the loya
24 February 1893 - Armagh Standard - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland