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THE CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL CLAIM.

THE CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL CLAIM.

THE CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL | CLAIMYf. I TnE gross misrepreseitations of the Arch. bishdp of Dublin's attitude towards Trinity College. which were indulged in during the course of the discussi6n on the Rlome Rule Bill on Wednesday, have drawn from his Grace a timely, forcible, and t
23 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICEINTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICEINTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTErLLIGENCE-YESTERDAY I ~ ~ - ._ - & - I No.rnBaN DIVisosx-(Before Mr. Lane, Q.O.) CHARGE AGAINST BOYS. Four young lads, named John Curry, 9 Church place ; Michasl Cullinan, S Chureh place; Patrick Duff, 11 Aber- cornaroad; and Daniel- Murphy, 5 Church avenme, were summo
1 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONCERT AT MOUNT SACKVILLE CONVENT.

CONCERT AT MOUNT SACKVILLE CONVENT.

CONCERT AT MOUNT SACKVUISm CONVENT. a _. Yesterday was a red-letter day at Saint Joseph's Convent, Mount Sackville, the ?? sison being the visit of tho Very Rev Fathes Emonet. Superior-Generalofthc Societyof the Holy Ghost, in whose honour a bright and varied entertainment, music
1 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PUBLIC NOTICICS G A I R T Y THE AT-3E. Proprietor and Manger. Y r M elsd Lst ThreeNights ofth ?? ?? edi5n, OSMOND TEARLE AN] Ms OWN COMPANY. THIS EVENING. Tharsday. June 1s (at 8), THE LADY O' LYoN&. To-morrow (Friday)-(Renett of MrOsmnond Tearle)- TH" MERCHANT OF VNICK, aftter w
1 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HOME RULE FUND.

THE HOME RULE FUND.

I TE HOME RULE FU. I 'l'P.STEES (To whom all remittzncas should be wade payable):- JUbTIN 24'CARTIY, M P. T hONIAS SIXTON, M P. JOWN DILLON, M P. All communications ina connection with this Fund shou]d be addressed to the Nation-, Trustees. care of Mir David S£heehy, M P, 24 Rutl
1 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN.

UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN.

IJNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN. X _ _ o - - ?? HONORARY AND OTHER DEGREES. A, Yesterday at one o'clock the Senate of the pc University of Dublin met in the Examination nm tin Hall, Trinity College, for the purpose of Con- pi ferring degrees. The presiding Caput on the cc occasion consiste
30 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHOLERA PRECAUTIONS IN ENGLAND.

CHOLERA PRECAUTIONS IN ENGLAND.

DEPUTATION OF M.P.'S TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD. t London, Monday. " This afternoon the President of thte Local Government Board received at the House of d Commons a deputation of members of 'Parlia- ( ment asking that any special expense that the t port authorities may be pu
20 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHIION A ND VARIETIES. ! Princess Edward of Saxe-Weimar has consented to visit Croydon on Tuesday, Juno 27, for the purpose opening a three-day garden fetr in aid of th-. building fund of Holy Innocents' qhurclb. Miss Ada Rehan has been sojourning for t sumw dlays on the South
20 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCAVENGING OF A TRAMLINE.

SCAVENGING OF A TRAMLINE.

SCAVENGIN-G 0F A TIRAML N .1 - i Yesterday, in the Queen's Bench Divisiin, 'before Mr. Justice O'Brie-a, Mtr. Justice i Bolmes, and Air. Justice GCibson, a case ?? 1 argued in which the plaintifs were Mr. John ?? Brett, County Surveyor, and M.r. ?? Hill, Secretary to the Grand Jh
23 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

APPOINT.3METS VACANT. C'R.riCIRRIlS Apprentice; wanted a stcoiie. respectable ( tic inlits Boy for suburban house, Dublin; tegrms 3 A yea:-; i1it fee; i.Jly at ucre with ref erence from P P. A A-oItcss:i.41, Freenv'e Office. ?? l 't'JG'-lltS Apprentir:e wanted in a Dublin house,(
19 June 1893 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland