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COUNTY ANTRIM PRESENTMENT SESSIONS.

COUNTY ANTRIM PRESENTMENT SESSIONS.

I THE EXTENSION OF THE BOUNDARIES |, AN INTERESTING POINT. Yesterday the presentment sessions for the Barony of Upper Belfast and the County of Antrim -rwere held in the Record Court of the County Courthouse, Crumlin Road, before Messrs. A. Hamill, J.P. (in the chair); George Ki
18 January 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FUNERAL OF MR. WM. DELANY, P.L.G.

FUNERAL OF MR. WM. DELANY, P.L.G.

( The funeral of tin late Win Delany, L (J. took place yesterday morning, from his residence Lawrence road, Clontarf, toGlaanevin, aii'l attended large and representative number of citizen*. As mark of respect to the memory of the deceased a!l the shops in vicinity of bis late b
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACTION AGAINST A RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPER.

ACTION AGAINST A RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPER.

ACTION AGAINST RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPER. Bofore Mr Justice Hawkins in the London Queen Bench yesterday Mr John Jackson, a teacher under the Wosleyan Board, sued the for damages for alleged libel a review of a book written bv the widow the late Re* Telfer entitled" The Successful Soul
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

(Co 'I'vuoNrl —This monthly catt's fair *ya* hetd in very mild w*»ther. The attendance «>f buyers was lsrge and the turnout above avei.ig*. Beet marked top ni ices lieing from 48s 50* per ; inferior, ?,8s t<. 42s perewt. Prime «pringin(f cattle resiised from £12 ii 4 10< each: i
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL YACHT IN COLLISION.

ROYAL YACHT IN COLLISION.

Porttm<uth, Monday. The Ro.\al yacht Eltin while anchor at Portsmouth to-day »v*s run into a tank ship and damaged. A fog prevailed the time. The Elfin acts v.'ssi-l for the Queen when her Majo*ty at Oeberne.
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE BANK OF IRELAND.

THE BANK OF IRELAND.

The following the report the court) of directors the Bank of Ireland, to the general court of proprietors be held Friday, th» 21st January, 1898, at 1 o'clock in the afternoo Bank of Ireland, Dublin, 15th January, 1898. The Governors and Directors of the Bank of Ireland herewith
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WISH LOCAL TAXATION.

WISH LOCAL TAXATION.

3-rfrtnisfi 3'wnral DUBLIN: TUESDAY, JAN. 13. 1898 The returns of Irish Local Taxation for 1896 present the usual feature a ady increase. Last year there was raised the various local authorities a sum nearly four mi11i0n5—£3,974.569 —as compared with £3.842.005 in 1895, and £3.7
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY QUESTION.

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY QUESTION.

ri BLTO MEETING BE IN BELFAST. A the local general committee in conneclion with the movement for the establishment of Irish Catholic University was held last evening in the Central Catholic Club, Belfast. Dr Peter Maeaulay. solr, occupied the chair, and there were also present—
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HELVETIA.

HELVETIA.

OPENED THE COUNTESS OF KING ALL. SPEECH BY HIS GKACE THE AKCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. >r lay t!i« ami fete in aid the funds for the renovaion of the Church cf Mtchaol and John was opened in the Rotunda in the presence of distinguished assembly. The fefca was opened by the Couutess of a
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SITUATIONS VACANT smart wanted to Dr«ss and Mantle Making. Apply Miss Doyle, Wicklow street p544 MILLINER; wanted a thoroughly experienced

SITUATIONS VACANT smart wanted to Dr«ss and Mantle Making. Apply Miss Doyle, Wicklow street p544 MILLINER; wanted a thoroughly experienced

Milliner to take entire charge of department wh«*re a liigh class trade done; must a pushi g saleslady, ' trimmer, ind good stock-keeper. Add ers, giving full p>rticulars as to where previously employed, | to Freeman office. ino or two Apprentices wanted the Dressmaking; \-/al o
18 January 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland