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QU ZEB-A-TIH; STO3STE OF BEST RIiMUGL.Ii, AMI* (E.IMITEI*), ARRYMEN AND STONE MERCHANTS, BAT LIST OF PRICES AT THE QUARRIES AND

QU ZEB-A-TIH; STO3STE OF BEST RIiMUGL.Ii, AMI* (E.IMITEI*), ARRYMEN AND STONE MERCHANTS, BAT LIST OF PRICES AT THE QUARRIES AND

DEPOTS, ALSO COST FOR TRANSIT TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED KINGDOM, FURNISHED, ON APPLICATION TO BATH STONE OFFICE. CORSHAM, WILTS. DUBLIN DEPOT-Messrs. MONSELL, MITCHELL, & Co., 73, TOWNSEND-STREET.
January 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BUILDERS.

TO BUILDERS.

PROPOSALS will be received for the Erec-1 tion of a BRANCH OFFICE and Agent’s Residence in the Town of CASTLEBAR, County Mayo, for the BANK of IRELAND, according to Plans and Specification to seen at their Office in Castlebar, or at the Office of their Architect. Mr. S Stmes, 48
June 15, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHITE BRICK

WHITE BRICK

THE Subscribers, as Ageuts for Ireland for 1 Messrs. Allen & Mann of Glasgow, would invite the attention of Architects and Builders to the unrivalled Brick manufactured by this Firm. These are, in every respect, superior to any other whue fine* manufactured. . . .. Samp e boxes
June 15, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

It is to he distinctly understood that although we give place to letters of correspondents, we do not subscribe editorially to the opinions or statements set forth in same. We shall glad to receive from any of our rentiers notes of works in contemplation or in progress. RATES OP
June 15, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE IRISH BUILDER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE IRISH BUILDER.

Sir,— The building profession owe you debt of gratitude for the manly and outspoken manner in which you have denounced the alas 1 too common practice of importing foreign materials, and, in some cases, foreign workmen into this country. It is much to be regretted that this prope
December 15, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES,

ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES,

The annual distribution of prizes to the successful pupils of the School of Art took place in the Theatre of Cork Institution on Tuesday evening. The Mayor presided. Mr. Brennan, Master of the School, read the report as follows : Mr. Mayor, Ladies, and Gentlemen, —I have the hon
December 15, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.

TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.

Field Drainage Pipes, from Inch to 6 inches in bore, of the best quality, at moderate terms. Prices and all particulars on application. Inspection in'Tited. , _ _ EGBERT BROWN AND SON, Dublin Depot— 66, NORTH-WALL. Belfast Depot— QUEEN’S-QUAY.
December 15, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTENSIVE SALE OF WOOD GOODS.

EXTENSIVE SALE OF WOOD GOODS.

T7IRST ARRIVAL OF QUEBEC, ST. J. JOHN, and BALTIC TIMBER and DEALS. SOLD BY AUCTION, On TUESDAY, the 12th day of JULY, 1870, AT THE TIMBER STOKES, NORTH WALL, A large, superior, and varied assortment of Wood Goods, consisting North American and Baltic Timber and Deals, the follo
July 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIVIDENDS from 10 to 30 PER CENT.

DIVIDENDS from 10 to 30 PER CENT.

For Particulars see Mackenzie and Co.'s Circular for June. RAILWAYS AND MINES. Capitalists 11 who seek safe and profitable investments, free from risk, should act only on the soundest information. The market prices for the day are for the most part governed the immediate supply
July 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS FOR CHURCHES, CHAPELS, SCHOOLS, AND OTHERS, F. S WIN BURN, MANL'FACTUItEK TRANSPARENT Oak, Wainscot, Mahogany, Walnut, and Satinwood

ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS FOR CHURCHES, CHAPELS, SCHOOLS, AND OTHERS, F. S WIN BURN, MANL'FACTUItEK TRANSPARENT Oak, Wainscot, Mahogany, Walnut, and Satinwood

Stains, FOR STAINING DEAL, PINE, &.C., IN LIEU PAINT AND TO SUPERSEDE GRAINING. KSK STAINS, having no Painty Matter in them, are Transparent ; they Colour, but do 1 not obscure the Natural Grain and Feathery Appearance of the Wood, but biing it out in beautiful manner; the effec
July 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland