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FROM AND WICK ELECTIONS.

FROM AND WICK ELECTIONS.

FROME AND WICK ELEMION11S. LIBERAL vICTroIES. TWO UNIONIST SEATS CAPTURED. Bath, Weduethvy. Theresult Of the polling for the Frome ?? of Somerset~akre, which took place .3t2rdS, wss officially announced to-oav, w1~tu the Liberal candidate, Mr Barlow, was. d:tasred elected. This i
4 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL FEDERATION.

THE NATIONAL FEDERATION.

NATIONAL FEDERITION. -4-e- ?? SPEECH OF ]An. JOHN DION. THE FQOTHCOONG CGNVENTI0N. THE IBISH PARTY AND THE ENGLISH RATING BILL. THELAND BILL-A WARNING TO THE FARMERS, THE QUESTION OF AMNESTY. Yesterday a meeting of the National Federation was held at the rooms, Batland square, at
4 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CYCLING AND ATHLETICS.

CYCLING AND ATHLETICS.

CY:LT I 9ANDAT. : L . - . .. I I LiMERICK AMATEUR A. AND B. a. SPORTB-YssTmtD.,Y. The splendid wvether-witl; whidh. we have been favonred. for suqh a long tiame past was, to some extent, broken yesterday, *id a rather Rhowery afternoon was associated with the ever popular Litiner
4 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

fi N O'v RRESPONDENCE.I (BY SPLtUXAL WIS.R.) pI (FEROM OtR- OWN CORMESPONDENT ?? Lond, i ?? Morning, ' 'Ir GC-rald l3aifour merely intloduced .t. lrish Eiduction Bali as a deotnstntration, i -Xaz slr sugrprising thct he should have Acxhbiet:d no regret yesterday when he ;,rLtrcid
3 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YACHTING.

YACHTING.

I ANO(THE R VICTORY FOR BRITANNIA. Jlarwinh, Tuesday. lbe chief event in the Harwich Regatta to-day was won by Britannia nearly ten mtinutes ahead of Satanita, with Ailas third. WVATER WVAG CLUB. Siecial Match for the Prize presented by Mr. Dixon Kemn. M.IS.A. Last evening, in a
3 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

STOCKTAKING. 1896. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTME:NTS. ED.1U NDSONS FVRNISHL\G A.ND HSNGINEEiUNG CO., LIMIIkED, Are cd 'iuri!:. the p: eielt miUtri, at greatly iw2.dacc prices, hob e n }!tderl, ll.<-irtn Dish Covers. G.ate>. Maite4,ieces roirom 'uires, &e. a3, S4, 35, and 35 CA
29 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCHOOL SINGING IN DUBLIN.

SCHOOL SINGING IN DUBLIN.

ai'j-OOL C' NGING IN DUBLIN. _ ?? _ VOCAL CO-MPETiTIJON IN PRIMARYa SCHOOLS. On£.~the rwitteti a'ui al Primary Schoolsa tionn v ocal niuic under the akuspices ~ - I 1i-ih Aca-iicmy of Muq:e was hl VTN foelon ornj-;titlrf ConlrtieliCC at a -itvp?olevepa 'lk stid tie afternoon 4 -.
29 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON MONEY MARKET.

LONDON MONEY MARKET.

LUNDON AlONEY MARXET. I ?? ?? (FROM OM 0, CROCtSt5PONDZNT.) TLondon. Saturday Eveninz. , Notwithstanding tbe requirements in con- nectinm with riie Stock Exchange settlement c and the usual preparations its view od the end of the year, the pressure in the Money C Market was uot s
29 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S ORPHANAGE.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S ORPHANAGE.

ST. VINCENT PR PA UL'S ORPHANAGE. His GRACE TEES ARcIisuor OF DUBLIN yesterday laid the foundation stone of the new chapel attached to the Orphanage of St. Vincent de Paul, Glasnevinm The work thus happily inaugurated is one of great importance and pressing need. The fine Orphana
29 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S ORPHANAGE.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S ORPHANAGE.

I I INTERESTING CEREMONY. 8 MEETING IN AID OF THE NEW CHAPEL FUNDS. E SPEECH Bli THE ARCaBISHOP a OF DUBLIN. HIS GIRACE ON T1HE BUILDING r DISPUTE. t i. ATITEMPT TO EFFECT A SETTLE- It MENT. I IRRECONCILABLE ATTITUDE-OF T'HE CONiTESTANTS. GLOOMY OUTLOOK. Yesterday afternoon the i
29 June 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland