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DANCING IN SCHOOLS.

DANCING IN SCHOOLS.

A STARTLING DEVELOPMENT. It has become the custom at many schools of late, to teach the children dances, with a view to both breaking the monotony of the school routine, and allowing the restless mites some amount of healthy exercise. But in the case of an excitable, nervous chi
21 September 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIGHTING IN WEST AFRICA.

FIGHTING IN WEST AFRICA.

j The Press Association says that tee certificate of death of Sir George Gray attributestbe event to senile decay. The paralytic seizures preceding death were, owingto the extreme bleakness of the veteran statesman, not very marked. His condition bc- came particularly grave on t
21 September 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CURRENCY OF THE NIGER PROTECTORATE.

THE CURRENCY OF THE NIGER PROTECTORATE.

THE CURRENCY OF THE NIGER PRO- I TECTORATE. I With regard to the system of trade by baiier in the Britishi Niger Protectorate some interesting observations are made by Sir Ralph Moor, the Consul-General. It is generally supposed, he says, that the system of trade adopted througho
21 September 1898 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE iJPANLSH-AM KRIOAN WAR.

THE iJPANLSH-AM KRIOAN WAR.

THE iJPANLSH-AM WAR. THE SOUDAN, Every Event to dale. Amaamg Amuaemeut Aggregation. A bit of the best of everything. MI, CLUSfc S.\ IT'KDAY. 1/tb. To open at Town Hall. Kingstown, September 19tb. for One Week.
15 September 1898 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DAILY NATION. TgUSSPAT, SBPTEItSER 18, 1898.

THE DAILY NATION. TgUSSPAT, SBPTEItSER 18, 1898.

15 September 1898 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THIS DAYS PROGRAMME.

THIS DAYS PROGRAMME.

I.4s—The YARE HANDICAP 150 bov*. second to receive 10 *ovs; winners (selling races excepted) extra. Five furlong*. yr* lb Lord Crewe * Bend Sinister ...G Dawson 8 11 Lord Wolverton's Marsh 3 8 9 Mr D Seymour's O’More Sherrard 8 aMr T Jones* Stonebow F Day 5 8 4 aMr L de Rothschi
15 September 1898 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BOARD OF TRADE STATISTICS

THE BOARD OF TRADE STATISTICS

The Board of Trade Journal" report on the Mate of the skilled labour market states mat employment in August was still affected the South Wales coal dispute. Apart from this, employment was generally good, hough there has been some falling off in the shipbuilding and printing tru
15 September 1898 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In SPARKLING CONDITION. LUNCHEONS OFF THE JOINT AT 3d.

In SPARKLING CONDITION. LUNCHEONS OFF THE JOINT AT 3d.

VISITORS and the General Publio who require Refreshments of First-clasa Quality and Popular Prices during the coming are rwspectfully invited to try the
15 September 1898 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH EMERALD.

IRISH EMERALD.

Amongst the oootenta this week’s issue ■/ill be fouud : MARY THE MAID OF THE INN. Tale *9B. By Mra. M. T. Pender. (Illustrated.) THE HEIRESS OF THE CHESTERS, or, The Old Harbour Town. By Augusta C. Wateon. Splendid New Story—BLACK DAVE, THE SECRET OF RED EARTH PLAIN. IRISH-AMERI
19 September 1898 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
II 1,1201,085*. 250 8 W 29 WHISKEY REPORT.

II 1,1201,085*. 250 8 W 29 WHISKEY REPORT.

There no specially attractive or new feature in the market for wfu&key. Tone remains firm, with quiet, but stoaay, consumptive business passing. The exports of whiskey from Dublin, shown by the Customs daily snipping lists and bills of entry for the week ending 17th September, 1
19 September 1898 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland