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PRESENTATION TO REV. JOHN W. JONES.

PRESENTATION TO REV. JOHN W. JONES.

P2BELNTATION TO REV. JOHN W. JONES. A.znmcrse was held in one of the classrooms in ,comnection with the Methodist Church, Lisburn, I:st eveninig for the purpose of presenting a, silver tea and colee-service to the Rev. John W. Jones, ,om the occasion of his removal to Coleraine,
05 August 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN TRADE REPORT.

DUBLIN TRADE REPORT.

flUBLIN TRADE REPORE. DunriN, SATuRDAY,-The Customs' duties for the week are £16,141, against £17,619 in the cor- responding week of last year. Decrease, £1.5iOS. The total amount of customs-duties received at this port for the month ended 30th July, was £7B,700, against £76,920
09 August 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DISASTROUS RAILWAY COLLISION.

DISASTROUS RAILWAY COLLISION.

DISASTROUS R.MLWY COLLISION. -FATAL LSULT.S-SEVERAL PERSOINS INJURED. [ -T ELF Gl R APiO. ] t A DiDsmsTors accident happened yesterday after- il noon in Blackburn Station to the express train, v on the Lancashire and Yorkshire aailway,. a leavina Manchester at 2-25 p.m., and. rea
09 August 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 23.

DUBLIN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 23.

?? 'rcelllni't s 31011a.1 | DUBLIB: TUESDAXY, AUGUST 23. An E.press Van. carrying copl, of the e is Frepr!nan's Jouraal," rmss eazh morning as v follows : - DuTblin... 5 0 am. a Sai'lorq- ?? 5 401 ", C fay .. ?? ?? 525,, Plilliney ?? ., 45 ,, tildkey ?? ?? ?? ( 5t , Ttas Royal As
23 August 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

I I (1By "' Frenman ' Spec nl Wire and Ordinary Telegraph.) TIO USE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY. THlE IRISH LAND A(6T-THE ROYAL ASSENT. Their LQ1DRIIIP3 inet at a quairter past three o'elocrl when the Royal Assent wvas given by Coin- mninioll to the Land Law (Ireland) Act and anu-n. ber
23 August 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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06 August 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN NEWS.

PRESBYTERIAN NEWS.

PRESBYTEqIAN NEWS. (FiWa.V OuI ow.v COHRmSioNDKr'g.) The numerous friends of 4heolev.T. E. Clouston, latc of luortaferny, county Down, will be glid to know, from iutelligence from New South Waler, that lie h:s received and acctpted a hearty and unauhnouas cill from the united con
06 August 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EDUCATION. LG 3A3 SCHEO OL,9 91 14~~ROAD, RATHKMIR& byth. MISS vs YOUNG. ge1yl e-open o Asgust 29th. Prospectiiif to .O~lawcaio ?? YoUng. P4=6 El-TE COLLEGE, TERBESUtRL VO. E C^UOD wr end on Wednesday, C.Xfiaiets NdeSt are eo Return on Thursday, clastu wens be in full working ord
27 August 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

MARKET INTELL[GENCE-YrSTzRDAY. i~ ?? - a - I DUBLIN MARKETS. COUtY EXCHA;'0-FRIDAY, Ario 26. The bad vepather deor ing the week makes holders firm but very littlle business practicable. Fair attendanca. Irish ?? change. Barley-Noneofferlug. Oats -Very little bulsnifeus doing, and
27 August 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OBSTRUCTION.

OBSTRUCTION.

(From the " Times ) The session has been long and weariasone, and it hps even less than the usual amount of corre- spoudence to shove between the effort aud the work done. Some importint sneasures vhich the house attempted. to take in hand it haB been compelled to drop utinished
27 August 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland