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13 June 1896 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Poor Uw Office. Milford.

Poor Uw Office. Milford.

Poor Office. Milford. OWNERS PROPERTY would do well send us every Information respecting Property they have Let Bell, and the same wID to entered In Office Registry without charge. Commission only payable in the event Businea* being arranged Clients' satisfaction. Walks* 4 Srawsa
13 June 1896 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BICYCLE RACES (including Half mile Race (or

BICYCLE RACES (including Half mile Race (or

Ladio). Ladies’ Bicycle Parade. At St. Colomb ' Court Recreation Oround. Brandywell rond. Evenings Show. For Borte Jumpiag, Riding, Driving. Ac.. .. -JOthJuoc. For Cycling Evento, ..37th June. Lists and Entry Forms can obtained on application, staling the number ol each kind req
13 June 1896 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Mmot Tonro*—BU»»r mosUrd poL Mn-TwiaGoo*. Tb# Mi»M Tr*neh—Ooo*. Mrs. VM«kM-PlM«o tcrosß. Mr. sod in. Mooa Wi^ Th* Wh'»'

Mmot Tonro*—BU»»r mosUrd poL Mn-TwiaGoo*. Tb# Mi»M Tr*neh—Ooo*. Mrs. VM«kM-PlM«o tcrosß. Mr. sod in. Mooa Wi^ Th* Wh'»'

Mmot Tonro*—BU»»r poL Mn-TwiaGoo*. Tb# Mi»M Tr*neh—Ooo*. Mrs. VM«kM-PlM«o tcrosß. Mr. sod in. Wi^ Th* Wh'»' cUij. DtOQ boUcn. From briii*-Bax«M..ijnet nnf. *Uw C. D. La Tooch* «ad P. Owpa—Cfc«l-■m. W. P. And Mr*. Itoith 8ob«* Aub-- Mr. L. U. Mu.Urd Mr. C- T. TMac-00 art Hr*. Bama
13 June 1896 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Th« game opened at three o'clock, and the firal period waa an almuat coo Wat around Kil den liner, the

Th« game opened at three o'clock, and the firal period waa an almuat coo Wat around Kil den liner, the

Derry player* making eery tent attack on goal, and the fire* few minute* wit neaeed (oor or Are byea. Ur. Gilliland hi* beat, and the Kildare men only twice thrice invaded his ground, be driven back again. Ctoee play brought the ball in about goal. Mr. A. Watt Uadine. and then M
13 June 1896 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SUMMARY OF NEWS

SUMMARY OF NEWS

Twr Bishopric of Likoow, rendered vaunt ember the drowning of Bubop Maples in Nyaasa. has been accepted by Bev. J. E. Hine. who returned from the mission field last May- Mr. Bine U also a doctor of medicine. Tmc proceedings against Dr. Jameson and hit fourteen comrades, under tb
13 June 1896 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DROGHEDA.

DROGHEDA.

IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE LICEN4:II THE Licensed Spirit, Grocery and Provision Establishment. 7 and 73 West street, not haring been disposed of by private treaty, farther offers will be received, and any information or particulars given by Mitssits tf %YES h OV, Solicitors. Drogile
13 June 1896 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY ! MONEY!

MONEY ! MONEY!

ME ABBEY LOAN AND DISCOUNT BANK. 110, MIDDLE ARISKY SrREET, DUBLIN. THE OLDEST ESTAIIIJaiI En LoAN BANK. pals above Hank makes ...tenons In L any part of Ireland wite.oit bud. 410 to 61,000 to Clergymen. Farmers. fraesesen, lerka. and ell respondhle parlour. upon their wan of ha
13 June 1896 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Glenoy ♦ Murdock.

Glenoy ♦ Murdock.

Glenoy Murdock. Thi4 was a case adjourned from last sessions. ['here was cue and cross case in like amount. Both accounts appeared to be nearly six years in &tiepin,. belore either party bethought him of taking action. After a long heariog, The cue against Mr Murdock was dismisse
13 June 1896 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CINTIIII LI:MINIBUS CINCTIIII CAPUT •101 N•BLBAT.

CINTIIII LI:MINIBUS CINCTIIII CAPUT •101 N•BLBAT.

SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1898• Tue Parliamentary procedure of the week has been not without interest. Two questions that largely engage the attention of the Irish people were before the [louse. The English Education Bill does not immediately affect them; but they ' would have forgotte
13 June 1896 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland