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COUNTY OF KILDARE.

COUNTY OF KILDARE.

sale of eesidtjk op HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Springing and Stripper Cows, Store Pigß, Fowl, Outside Car, Set of Harness, some Saddlery, Dray, Heap of Manure, Two Wooden Houses, &c. . . rjOBERT J. GOFF has been favoured with in-1, strnctions from Captain Gekssox (who is changing his
23 April 1881 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
GRA ZING.

GRA ZING.

, t'O LET. from the Ist of APRIL, 1881, until the Ist of MARCH, 1882, 28a. 3r. 23p., Irish Plantation Measure, OF THE lands of rathasker, One mile from Naas. Apply pATRICE; keakuey, Rathasker,
23 April 1881 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
ATHY PETTY SESSIONS—Tuesday.

ATHY PETTY SESSIONS—Tuesday.

ATHY PETTY SESSIONS— Tuesday. Magistrates present; —Mr. J. R. Keogh, Mr, R. T Lefroy, and Mr. J. C. Moore, R.M. ALLEGED INJURY TO A FENCE. Mr. James Weir, Ardscull, summoned Mr. Felix Masterson, of same place, for cutting down a hedge on his land. Mr. Tully, solicitor, Carlow, ap
23 April 1881 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH LAND BILL. On Monday, in the City Hall, Glasgow, Mr. Parnell, M.P., addressed about four thousand persons upon

THE IRISH LAND BILL. On Monday, in the City Hall, Glasgow, Mr. Parnell, M.P., addressed about four thousand persons upon

the Irish Land Bill. He said it was difficult for Englishmen to understand the Irish question. They were unwilling to understand the Irish question, and they were more unwilling to do justice to Ireland than to any country In the world. He wished to explain the position of the L
23 April 1881 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
MYSTERIOUS EPIDEMIC.

MYSTERIOUS EPIDEMIC.

A mysterious epidemic, the cause and nature of which the local medical men are said to be at a loss to determine, has broken out at Aberdeen. The disease affects the throat and chest, and a large number of families are reported to be suffering from It at present.
23 April 1881 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
KILCOOK.

KILCOOK.

The Kiloock vestry was held on Tuesday. The churchwardens appointed were Messrs. John Whittle and John Walshe. Select vestry : Captain Davis, Henry Walshe, E. G. Purdon, P. Clarendon, G. N. Walker, and William Walker.
23 April 1881 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCTION IN PRICE FOR 1881

REDUCTION IN PRICE FOR 1881

T A IT’S
23 April 1881 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
ENDOWED SCHOOLS (IRELAND) COMMISSION.

ENDOWED SCHOOLS (IRELAND) COMMISSION.

ENDOWED SCHOOLS (TR.ELAx.DJ COM. MISSTOINT. TaE report of the Endowed Schools Commission was completed on Monday. The report extends to 230 pages. it bears the signat-tres of the Earl of Rosso, Lord Randolph Churchill, Lord Justice Fitzgibbon, Mr. B. O'Sbaughnessy, M.P.; Dr. Hart
13 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAW REPORTS.

LAW REPORTS.

LAW BREPORS. COURT 0 BANKRUPTCY. [reese ores SPECIAL REPOIRUE.I l ~Dlisrul, Tearsus~. .-Before Judge MILZU.- I in re CEORGE lrrNnY tiAiS11 The bankrupt was a farmer at Ballinderry, County Antrim. Ile camne up for final examina. tion. Mr. TOpLrS (Crouhelm & Tobias), for the assig
13 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ILLNESS OF LORD BEACONSFIELD.

THE ILLNESS OF LORD BEACONSFIELD.

THE ILLNESS OF LORD BEACONS'FIEl. I FitY T nE LIGR Ar.1 LOtNDONr MoxNOAT.-The relapse which Lord Beaconfleld underwent on Sunday when it he- Me. came known this morning caused great anxiety, Bud and hundreds of persons assembled inl Curzon pear Street to gather the latest Informa
05 April 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland