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THE MOY-MELL CONVALESCENT HOME, MERRION.

THE MOY-MELL CONVALESCENT HOME, MERRION.

ITHE MOY-MELL CONVALES- CENT ROME, MERRION. The following circular in connection with the praiseworthy project of the Sisters of Charity for providing a convalescent home for children at Merrion, has been sent to us- The following brief observations are in- tended chiefly to put
3 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

ClRCKET. GREYSTONES YOUNC4 LADIES' XTI vMB J B MELDON'S -XII. Thiis match was played on L'hursday at Belle- vue, Delgany, the bemutiful cricket ground berug knidly lent by Major La Touche mud the Delwauy C C. The Younga Ladies' XLI, which wm cora. posed of'very youthful players,
3 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.

NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.

NIRW *Oi~i MON VY ~1AtIKET. (REUTER'S TELEGRAM.) New York, Saturday. The Stoak Markets opened up in sympathy with London, then reacted on xales to realise, but stiffened again on the traffic statement of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St Paul Railway for the firet week of September,
12 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN UNITED TRADES COUNCIL.

DUBLIN UNITED TRADES COUNCIL.

DUBLIN UNITED TRADES .T. - COUNCIL. ?? The focnightly meeting of the Dublin U, United Thdes Council and Labour League was held Jast evening at the Irades Ha1j, capel strest. Mr, T Iearns, vica-prtesident, presided The following delegates also attended- n Brushmaktrs-Mr Tucker. Ba
27 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

KINSTOSWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE. in KINGSTOWN POLICE COURT. ?? Mr E J Swifte.) John Berry was charged with being drunk and a disorderly at Kingstown the previous evening and With assaulting another man. From the evidence of Constable 130 F it appeared that re the accused struck t
27 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

RoCK (Co TvsoNB'-Th s monthly hose am! cattle fair sra held yesterdziy, and was exten. svely attended by b..rers and dealers trom Armnagh, Portadown, Dungannon, Cookstown, Suewartstown, and other plces. The turn-outs I of animals was well up to the average. The demand wras good
27 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CIVIC PORTRAITS.

THE CIVIC PORTRAITS.

THE CIVIC POlTRALT8. The Finance nd Leases Committee yester- day examined the historic portraits belonging to tw City Hall, which have for some time post been in ohe hands of Messrs Nairnand4 Son, ?? street, who, havint restored the par- tasits in the Mansion Uonse, were farier c
27 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

CRIlCKET. BEAUMONT 0 C v CELBRIDGE C C. This match wee played )u Celbridge ground on Saturday, when the home team woz by 23 runs. The ?? are tie scores- CZL13R1D<Gr,. J Fagan C J teid b (ibb,,n . 2 B ' Arctlsekne" c JJ I&rry b Oibbon, 0 " Pitts c D Ryanb J Brr ._ 9 1K " WilUiems"
27 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

AUCTIONS STORE CATTLE AUCTION THURSDAY NEXT, SEPT 20tr AT 12 O'CLOCK, IN 63 PRUSSIA STREET. LIST OF ENTRIES-- B Leunon ?? 1 Cow Jno Brne .5 1 Cow 4 Udifers Mrs Killa .. 2 1 Cow 1 Heifer St Joseph's College.. 4 Heifers and Bullocks, 1J y Mit. Lombard ?? 4 'tearlings '1 hos Gaynor
27 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REVISION COURTS.

THE REVISION COURTS.

I ' ' Yestertthe~esing BarrMmters sat in their respective Courts and resumed the revision of the City Parliamentary and Local Government Lists. In the Court of Appeal Mr Ferguson was occupied the greater part of the day in reading over the North Dock Ward List. The claim- ants W
15 September 1898 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland