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ADJOURNMENT THE SALE BY AUCTION OP THE BENJAMIN HOWARD," the 3rd day of OCTOBER at the hoar One o'Clock, Che

ADJOURNMENT THE SALE BY AUCTION OP THE BENJAMIN HOWARD," the 3rd day of OCTOBER at the hoar One o'Clock, Che

highest bidding being only £950, which was not considered sufficient. *TlO BE SOLD PUBLIC AUCTION, the "BENJAMIN HOWARD," Copenhafen, on TUESDAY, the 3rd of OCTOBER, at the hoar o'Clock in the Afternoon, on board the said Vessel moored nearly opposite Messrs. Whbblbb's Dry Docks
22 September 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
__ T WTTf I REGISTEEED FOR WITHIN TH* VOL LXJLVII. united kingdom.

__ T WTTf I REGISTEEED FOR WITHIN TH* VOL LXJLVII. united kingdom.

20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAGMICENT display in the capital.

MAGMICENT display in the capital.

display in the capital. great procession. THE IRISH MUNICIPALITIES PARADE IN STATE. DELEGATES AND CONTINGENTS FROM ALL FARTS OF THE COUNTRY,
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UIING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE

UIING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE

MONUMENT, MAGNIFICENT SCENE. RECORD DEMONSTRATION. Monday, favoured by all the moot propi-1 elements and attended by an almost unpneedented gathering of people all shades of Nationalist opinion, the demonslTation in honour of the memory of "Wolfe Ton© took j place in the city. T
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TWELVE PA-GES.

TWELVE PA-GES.

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20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MICHAEL DWYER BRANCH.

MICHAEL DWYER BRANCH.

This contingent, 87 strong, was headed the Emmet Guards Band. Its banner had paint- I ings of Michael Dwyer and Robert Emmet. The president was Mr Campbell, secretary Mr H M‘Mahon, and the marshals were Messrs J and Arthur Collins. MART X'CRACKRN LADIES* BRANCH, BRLFABT. The con
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATIONS.

THE CORPORATIONS.

Next came the municipal bodies. There were nine Corporations represented. The only Irish Corporations which member attended were those Belfast and Derry. THE CORPORATION OP DUBLIN was preceded by the Fire Brigade, who made a fine display in the scarlet uniform end burnished helm
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK CORPORATION.

CORK CORPORATION.

The Mayor of Cork was in his robes and chain of office. He was attended by the Town Clerk, Mr J F M'Oarthy, and his secretary, Mr •D F Giltinan. The other members the Cork Corporation present were—Alderman E Crean, M P; Messrs Maurice O’Donnell, John O’Neill, Kd Cronin, J Buckle
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TRADES

THE TRADES

The Dublin trades bodies came next. There were 54 organisations, which was a very full turn out indeed, and the bearing of the men and their steady movement in the ranks was a highly creditable display of the mettle spirit of the Dublin artisans. Each trade society brought out i
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT TONE’S BIKTHPLACfc.

AT TONE’S BIKTHPLACfc.

When the procession turned from Abbey street to Stafford street they moved past historic spot, for her* Wolfe Tone was born. Here bis father, Peter Tone, a Kildareman, carried on the business of coachbuilder. The house has, in the changes which time produces in all large cities,
20 August 1898 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland