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THE TREASURY AMD THE IRISH SCHOOL GRANT.

THE TREASURY AMD THE IRISH SCHOOL GRANT.

LETTER FROM ARCHBISHOP WALSH. tba Ar< libi-liopV Hoom. Dublin, Juiw. 18%. Sin—On Ui«- tiio Irwh School Unnl. ilie procenliafn -** r-twilt lb** now futnoix £7O.OCX) intnulcl Pnri’iUDeiit |«kl tbo tcaoben our N.itional School* ItvUn-l •till un- Mr. Honbory Ett*ni» Dwt, «•'* s| .kr
15 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM IX A.MF.RK AN 'OOU F.

FROM IX A.MF.RK AN 'OOU F.

FROM A.MF.RK F. “Next," u-H the •> V* Ixk** v'*nr j«rr Tb» chop itliouM Ousted.'' **«i hon.li.-! “If . ha*l Kiri dnMed the ii'*t*-*<( it 1 »o«ll .lu» h«|r a ra:a«ie
15 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS. COLMAR—Jon* 14. •* re.ideoca. 34 Lower Minin’pWaMUiV-aeeaua, Elisabeth Jane (Lilly). deaHy-loTed wile Charlsa J. Cotoian, and eldesi daughter ot

DEATHS. COLMAR—Jon* 14. •* re.ideoca. 34 Lower Minin’pWaMUiV-aeeaua, Elisabeth Jane (Lilly). deaHy-loTed wile Charlsa J. Cotoian, and eldesi daughter ot

Robert and Eliaabelh Hamilton. Funeral to-morrow (Wednesday) morning 0.30 lor Mount Jerome. ller end peace. DALY—Juna 13, at 37 WalsTloo-road, lijly, widow the late Mark Daly, Esq., M.D. FARMER—June 13. at her residence. 148 Lemrterruad, Sara Jane, widow late John Farmer; deeply
16 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LtFE.* lH« MJUfcfc aro how wiue« UM-i'Ul aa cap*. io o*ly ui*. clean** Us« II iwjjimue*, ‘»uj»« amiQg. ■olu^o, •C

LtFE.* lH« MJUfcfc aro how wiue« UM-i'Ul aa cap*. io o*ly ui*. clean** Us« II iwjjimue*, ‘»uj»« amiQg. ■olu^o, •C

«. 3-iu timplea. and iQ Tnou»aiid« lukTe bee* «r<«l pUworf 'IM kco« Urtul cdocl Mixture ba* tor lore had |>utcea iy «ruig about I«AJ. and ve-y I. caimnK m« I bat« tors, and wan lent one hoapiial* fur uni not get >1 tUe.r treat. Ugiit I wouhj ill xtore, aay that I feel ailugetncr
19 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
64 GItAFXOK STREET.

64 GItAFXOK STREET.

The dolphin hotel and COatANX AND MirUAEL NUGENT. Ltn. 43 AND EmCX &TUKT. the («at amm Dublin to 4a» Louth su. Ladies' Codec Kuom. o»«l bedroom*. NOW OPEN, THE GRANU RESTAURANT, FOE BREAKFASTS. DINNERS. LUNCHEONS, AND TEAS, 8 a.m. till 8 p.m. FtBBT-CLASO CONntUTIONBmr Modrkatb P
17 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
prospectus.

prospectus.

a,raiM tor thi. CwopMC. ,5* .. ~rrM.nirf kjr Mtoblulw* MMl*. Will, the preßaue- and machinery, and the .naeequrat (anltiaa. will ha able to tom out at Im«8 -00 mom per week, the outpol -cr the lait month ending May being >•* thu marhmi's. The superiority of this work and the che
17 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIPOBTANT STATEMENT I>Y THE

DIPOBTANT STATEMENT I>Y THE

STATEMENT THE PRESIDENT. (Keuter's Telegram.) Ht. Louis. Wednesday, -committee of tho Beeoiutwmi rrnutu-o liaa agrc«l to report farour plank adopts! the conference*. but ha* changed the wording latter part the resolution, which now leads follow*:—“We are, therefore, opprecd to th
17 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MATS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. 1806

THE DUBLIN EVENING MATS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. 1806

17 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mi IV ERSITY INTELLK* KNCR TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN.

mi IV ERSITY INTELLK* KNCR TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN.

Final Examination —biootion B—John J. Crawford. Frederick F. Carroll. Rev Henry F. Johnstone, John hborne. Ch. Examination -Charles H. W. M'CulUgb, H. L. Henry Joy, John P. Ma. Lulu-b. Nsthamal H. Akuck. Macinemey. B. Homan, James A. Devine. and Arthur T. Wilson (equal): William
17 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVY COUNCIL,

PRIVY COUNCIL,

mating the Comkil wna hold jrrotenky in the Council Chamber. Dunlin « *atla. There wore prencnl;—Bio the Lord CfaacoeUor, hia the hia Lord JuoUoc Jim Kit*«ibboo, and the Right Hon- the Chief Baron.
17 June 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland