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THE NEW ROSS STANDARD, Saturday. June 10, 1893.

THE NEW ROSS STANDARD, Saturday. June 10, 1893.

and purifications. None but the priests could en it ter into the sanctuary , for every neuron was prohibed; front going in nnder penrilty of being stoned to death end into the Holy of Belie% none but the High Priest, and that but once a year. And again, great was their respect f
10 June 1893 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
At Very Moderate Prices for CASH I

At Very Moderate Prices for CASH I

- CORN EVERT DESCRIPTION BOUGHT AT THE STORES AT HIGHEST MARKET PRIM Before Baying your Seeds °ell to the JOHN-STREET STORE and see for yoorielt. New Rork April 170, IBM. (ik)
10 June 1893 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
wHAra NUT warm

wHAra NUT warm

ilate Hob 11og .z. (bat in waaasd) paws:fel at p worm* lb. bora. Wm patted toga, sad a samba. lasig•priercl boron. He will start t Ussatatown Stud Peru for Ow GROWS 711•11 for all lianas at grit service. Also two Willy brad tinnier for ferries tor doakm at 'farm Also • Spanish f
10 June 1893 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TBOIOCOH•DDRD MU TOR ten

TBOIOCOH•DDRD MU TOR ten

TBOIOCOH•DDRD MU TOR "A BIRD•taGIII," years aid, 16 heads high, bred at the tamoas Thirdly Stud. sad sold ahem a for 560 This Horse has won races at Sonslown t Hewitt°. Peat. Liverpool, and Masalioster, is warty every faitaace carrying top-alight. He nest to the Seed, bailee wren
10 June 1893 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
RECREATION !'OS RIDDLE AGE.

RECREATION !'OS RIDDLE AGE.

Mere walking altbsegli It M invaluable, hardly (slats the idea of perfect h.r Junes Paget whys active ought to unwertaieties, wesigen. opportenities of skill ia pya at from wait." Tie pewit writer is sloop Mem for is tie ass err. and football or pprokey is the visitor sad spring
10 June 1893 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SALES BY P. O'NEILL.

SALES BY P. O'NEILL.

Superior Farm and Residence for Bale adjacent to Enniscorthy. T O BE SOLD BY AUCTION, TN THZ MARKET-HOUSE ENNISCO RTHY, Oa TrIRDAY, 13th Rugs. '93, At the Hour of Two o'clock, p.m., By directions of Mrs. O'Lxsav, Greenville, part of the Lauds of GREENVILLE, (In the Lease Galled
3 June 1893 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE. DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE.

IMPORTANT NOTICE. DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE.

TO BE BOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, a very comfortable Farm. situate about 4 miles south of Wexford, containing 9a. 2r. Op., with Dwelling-house and all necessary Out-offioes thereon, all of which are slated and in perfect order. The Lands are thoroughly drained and well watered, and
3 June 1893 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WEXFORD PETTY SESSIONS.

WEXFORD PETTY SESSIONS.

WZDNZBDAY. Before Lord M. Fitzgerald (presiding), Messrs. W. J. Paul, 13. M.; M. A. Ennis, J. F. Kane, J. Hawkez- Cornock, C. H. Peacocke, E Folly Flood, and Col. Hugon.
3 June 1893 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WZIPORD

WZIPORD

is the last on the list, and of it is writt Wexford, a large and populous trading town. Electors, a mayor, 2 btiliffs, 24 burgreEsos, and 800 or 930 freemen; bat by manoeuvering in the corporation it is retained tie a kind of rottsii bwough under the influence of Richard Neville
3 June 1893 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TOMBRACIC.

TOMBRACIC.

Townland of Tombrack ; Col. Charles Tottenham, owner; Michael O'Neill, occupier. The owner, Mr. O'Dempsey stated, bad been offered £5 10a, but had not accepted. O'Neill had been offered £3 lßs lid, with 4s 9d abatement. The agent had written to him (Mr. O'Dempsey), stating that
3 June 1893 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland