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LATEST MARKETS.

LATEST MARKETS.

ILATIElSAt MARKETS.1 RELFAS ,T MARKETS. -WeDrMSDAY, IstCHXBRu 23. 0TFICIAL I CF.-WuILR5AU4. s. d. s. d. Grain-Oats, perow ?? 4 10 to 5 10 Pork-Light. per w. t. 28 0 - 37 0 Do. Heavy, per do ?? 32 0 - 36 0 Do. Sows per do ?? 24 0 -30 0 Bttk.--Lnimp, per lb ?? 0 11 - 1 0 Do. Do. se
24 December 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHRISTMASTIDE.

CHRISTMASTIDE.

I AMUSEMENTS AND ARRANGEME-NTS. Once more another Christmas is upon us, and there is every indication that, at lease in and about t Belast, there is no intention to allow the festivities to decline that lhave for ages been associated with , the anniversary of the natal day of ou
24 December 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. LABOUOHERE ON THE FINANCIAL AGITATION.

MR. LABOUOHERE ON THE FINANCIAL AGITATION.

MR. DAIDUOIERE ON THE F¶NANCTAT, I AGITAT1ON. Writing in this week's "Wruath," 'Mr. Laybouclhere says-I am by no means clear tlaat she i-ich have a case against us in regard to inequality of taxat-ion. and I confess that ] look with a cerbain degree of suspicion on tie Unionist t
24 December 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ANGONI RISING.

THE ANGONI RISING.

THE ANOON1 R4SING. OPERATIONS AGAIKST CHEKUSi- 1- , -: w THE PROSPECTS OF FfGHTING. t1 d T0NDoo, WrDEmsDAr.-A representative of ., Reuter's Agency had an interview with a British 3t naval officer who has served many years in Central is Africa and commanded one of the gunboats on
24 December 1896 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE METROPOLITAN SCHOOL OF ART.

THE METROPOLITAN SCHOOL OF ART.

TgHE METROPOLITAN SCHOOL I - I OF ART. ?? .. . . THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION. On Saturday, 'St Stephen's Day, tir annual exhibition of paintings, drawings, ar4 models by the students of our Metropolitan School of Art will open to the public at the school ad- jaceut to Leinster House. T
24 December 1896 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
p A Rso NSTO N SESSIONS.

p A Rso NSTO N SESSIONS.

A Rso NSTO N SESSIONS. The geotlemen h is Boerlo on Friday wro"-Colonel Haekett. who wan the alai-ratan. 'in Beane.. Wiliiam O'Mesra. and 1; H Shmoom. the Resident Magiet rate of the di.drict. But for ra.r their wor.hipe might said to in Tory small For • retlentais wan intneluced
24 December 1896 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
PAUPER WAYS IN ROSCREA

PAUPER WAYS IN ROSCREA

Mr White. the master of the Rosen.* Workhouse, has no exceptionally happy time with those of the imitates. who not null- refine , to do the allotted tank tau relieve their feelings twee/dons ally with a pugilistic exhibition. Thomas Mulhall. ons of the inmates. ha• just passed a
24 December 1896 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Tamers School Attendance•

Tamers School Attendance•

The last committee attending. Rev Graham Craig presiding ; H. Egan, J. Hayes, and J Sullivan. *LP's. The Inspector reported that during the month he visited the schools. took the noted absentees, cud called upon the parade for an explanation The average number actually in school
24 December 1896 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Sad End of a Galway lan.

Sad End of a Galway lan.

On Friday an inquest was held at Southwark oa Stimielatis Joseph Thomas Eyre. 44, slated to be grandson of the late Count Eyre. of Clifton Castle, Galway. and the late Archbishop Eyre. of Glasgow. His son stated that his lather was addicted to drink, and also toiffered from epil
24 December 1896 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTS AND PASTDATA

SPORTS AND PASTDATA

SPORTS AND have been quiet, not to say dull. Americo :mated a lively discussion by expelling Lord Dunraven from the Now York Yacht Club, but Lord Dunraven did not seem to mind. Cricketers have had the pleasure of welcoming team front Australia, which proved itself tar in advance
24 December 1896 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland