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IRISH BUILDER

IRISH BUILDER

PUBLISHED ON THE Ist AND 15th OF EVEBY MONTH. j-A.3srxj-A.itY, isee. .. The empire of man over materiai thinge. has for its only foundation the Sciences and the Arts.”-LoHn Baco*. YOL. XII.-18T0. DUBLIN; PRINTED and published by and foe the proprietor, at the office. MABBOT STRE
January 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DOOLEY’S PATENT WEIGHING MAjL CHINES.—These Machines are used upon the principal railways of Great Britain, and are unrivalled for accuracy.

DOOLEY’S PATENT WEIGHING MAjL CHINES.—These Machines are used upon the principal railways of Great Britain, and are unrivalled for accuracy.

Specimens may be seen, and every information obtained from H. BIBTHORPE AND SON, 11 A 12, CORK HILL, DUBLIN.
January 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERISHABLE TESSELATED PAVE-1 MENTS—H. SIBTHORPE AND SON, Agents to Maw and Co., are prepared to supply Designs for Floors of

IMPERISHABLE TESSELATED PAVE-1 MENTS—H. SIBTHORPE AND SON, Agents to Maw and Co., are prepared to supply Designs for Floors of

Churches, Conservatories, Entrance Halls, and Passages, with proper Workmen to lay them in any part of Ireland. Various specimens may be seen at their Warerooms. 11 and 12. CORK-HILL. DUBLIN
January 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. PATRICK’S CHURCH, KILCOCK.

ST. PATRICK’S CHURCH, KILCOCK.

The new parish church, Kilcock, was consecrated by his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin on the 17th ult. It has been erected at a cost of about 152,000. The building, which is the style of the 13th century, consists of a nave and aspidal chancel, measuring 65 feet by 20 feet, robi
April 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

The Proprietor of the Irish Builder requests that all parties ivho have been furnished with accounts from the office will send the amounts of same immediately. Post Office Orders and remittances should be made payable to Mr. Peter Roe, 42, Mabbotstreet, Dublin. HATES OP SUBSCRIP
April 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER

THE IRISH BUILDER

Admiralty and War Office favoured Mr. Girvan with a very courteous letter, and acknowledged his ingenuity; but the Irish farmer and inventor, of Carnduff, is likely to hear no more from either the Admiralty or the Horse Guards. Perhaps he may see his invention, with some modific
August 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE lEISH BUILDER.

THE lEISH BUILDER.

After-piece. Thoughts will come back to the memory, recollections will recaUed, and perhaps “Mud Island” will have yet A SEQUEL.
August 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEIIKMEAH WADE, MONUMENTAL SCDLPTOU, ARTIST, and GENKRAL STONECUTTER, UPPEK BEKKELEY-STREET (opposite the Mater Misereeordia Hospital), Dublin. Irish ami Foreign Marble

TEIIKMEAH WADE, MONUMENTAL SCDLPTOU, ARTIST, and GENKRAL STONECUTTER, UPPEK BEKKELEY-STREET (opposite the Mater Misereeordia Hospital), Dublin. Irish ami Foreign Marble

Busts, Figures. Models, Chimney pieces, Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Table Tops, and Printers' Imposing Stones, &c., manufactured at nearly half the usual prices. Old Monuments. Tombs, and Headstones, Cleaned, Polished, and Lettered same new. Work supplied to all Parts of the K
August 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER.

THE IRISH BUILDER.

[March 15, 1870, -R a rn-pg* STOISTE OF BEST <^TJ-A_EXT SAOBDEBS, AMD COMPANY (LIMITED), I,ST OP PBICES THE WAREIES oN , LICITIO[ , TO bath stone opfice. OOESHAM, WILTS LUBLIN BEPOT-Messrs. MONSELL, MITCHELL. & Co., 73. TOVKSEND-STBEET. rath stone of best ouality. Hr Onarrv Owne
March 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANUFACTURERS OF

MANUFACTURERS OF

ASPHALTS ROOFING FELT, INODOROUS FELT for lining damp walls' and under carpets. BOILER FELT for covering boilers and steam pipes, saving 25 per cent, in fuel. SHIP SHEATHING FELT for ships' bottoms under copper or wood. ASPH&LTE FLAGGING for floors and flat roofs of Mills. Facto
March 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland