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MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE-YESTEP.DAY, I~~ - I DUBLIN MARKETS. ?? ana Cos Circulae.) NnTRorOLrTA.4 CATTLE MARKET, APRIL 23-Ntum- bers -Cattle, 1.6h-.decrease, 3; sheep, 3,738-increase, 718 ; veal c ilivs, 34-decrease, 7. As regards the size of this market there was no change as far as c
29 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O. D. OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS.

O. D. OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS.

I 0. D. OFFEPRS OF CUSTOMS. TO TLF EDITORi. O" THi FnREF'MAN. 25th April. Srp-Notwithstanlding the snecrs of your coon- temporary the " Civiian ' at the aunount of in- fluence you commiandi in rrfficirl nuarter-, I i-till prefer, with your kind permission, making you the exponent
29 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAN AND MONKEYS.

MAN AND MONKEYS.

To T0E EDITI O' OF rZE Fi{EEZSA_. Dublin, April iSf. Sm-Will you kindly ?? me a little spase, while noticing what seems to me to be a fen' in. I accurate statemeats maade by Dr. Siger-on in :is address on man and monkeys. The firsv is (I quote from your report) "N t. of the lowe
29 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. JAMES SCOTT AND THE LAND COM MISSION.

MR. JAMES SCOTT AND THE LAND COM MISSION.

I_ . ")!P. JAMES SCOTT AND THE LAND CoM I MISSION. TO TEE kT1TOh. OP THP FlRECMAf. Woodbine, Ballinn, 4-h Arwril. Sm-In your irnpres;s on of the 2°rd nlt. the fol0lowing passage. among others, appeared in re- ference to my evidence before the Laud Commie- sion:-" Mr. James Scott,
07 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

41LITARY I5TELLIGENCE, I fM, SEWS FROMI CAIMPS AN D CLUBS. Trooq OUR nILITARY CORREsPONDENT.) London, April 3, ISSI. Er. Clliilqers' ew army scherue has the e ect of -,ing the House of Commons of anaduirable aet, and remitting to full pay service an ox- ! l*icer. By the new rules
07 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY.

ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY.

R I T The fact that this year's exhibition has proved so successful must be very gratifying to all who are interested in the development of art taste in Ireland, and to the Academy in an especial man- ner it is encouraging. Unlike many former years, when an inspection of the exh
07 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KILLALOE NEW CATHOLIC DIOCESAN COLLEGE.

KILLALOE NEW CATHOLIC DIOCESAN COLLEGE.

KILL.kLOE' NE1W DJ \Tt'n:.i n1OCT>A | CUL'.!.fti4,, (t n i>. Tue-laf!y. ThIis mnn.11c' rtb rndl 'tS-ti nct.n . i'tug irbse'tl _q "ne is the fi -t in rca ,, rr e :ai - ?? uielt I unoder the srperinte'illnee of 1 iM:. iP;:illCeSi)C ii- nor, :u -nunirot civi1 il eu-'i'o, . natve *-
07 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMPULSORY EXPROPRIATION OF LANDLORDS.

COMPULSORY EXPROPRIATION OF LANDLORDS.

COMPULSORY EXPROPRTATION OF LAN-DLORDS. TO THB EDITOR OF T*UE FRREAM. Strzdbally, April 2. D?.aR STn-With your kind pernission, 7 . at tie suggestion of friends vitslv interested ia the lard agitation, I desire to explaitn, and tow.u. extent moiiffv. the criticistn which I ventur
27 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE PREVENTION OF INTEMPERANCE.

IRISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE PREVENTION OF INTEMPERANCE.

IRISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRE- I VENTION OF INTEMPERANCE. I A public meeting in connection with the Irish Association for the Prevention of Intemperauce was held in the Leinaster Lecture Hall last night, Mr. W. F. BARRETT in the chair. Among those present were- J G Riichardhon, E
27 April 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EARTHQUAKE IN CHOIR-DEPOPULATION OF THE ISLAND.

THE EARTHQUAKE IN CHOIR-DEPOPULATION OF THE ISLAND.

[by telegraph.] Constantinople, Tuesday. Earthquake shocks of considerable violence have recommenced in Chio, and it ia anticipated that harely twenty houses now remain habitable the whole island. Forty-five villages have been totally destroyed, and in many localities the popula
13 April 1881 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland