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MOULE’S PATENT EARTH CLOSETS, NO BAD SMELLS. MAY BE USED ANYWHERE. BEST NIGHT COMMOEfES. GREAT BOON TO COTTAGERS. VALUABLE MANURE

MOULE’S PATENT EARTH CLOSETS, NO BAD SMELLS. MAY BE USED ANYWHERE. BEST NIGHT COMMOEfES. GREAT BOON TO COTTAGERS. VALUABLE MANURE

SAVED. NO FROZEN PIPES. FEVERS AVOIDED. NO EXPENSIVE REPAIRS. This Invention effectually remedies evils arising from common cesspool privies and water-closets, and prevents tht offensive smell consequent on the use of the ordinary cornmod* bedrooms, hospital wards, Ac. It is fou
August 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT

MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT

Oak, Wainscot, Mahogany, Walnut, and Satinwood Stains, FOR STAINING DEAL., PINE, BcC., IN LIEU OF PAINT AND TO SUPERSEDE GRAINING. THESE STAINS, having no Painty Matter in them, are Transparent ; they Colour, but not obscure the Natural Grain and Feathery Appearance of the Wood,
June 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ATHENiEUM

THE ATHENiEUM

IS NOW PERMANENTLY ENLARGED. To be had of all Booksellers and News-agents, Price Threepence. Single copies forwarded direct from tlie office on receipt of four Postage Stumps. Subscription for Twelve Montlis, 135.; Six Months, 6s. 6d, If required to he sent by Post, the Postage
June 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER.

THE IRISH BUILDER.

part he did not like the plan of union rating, he would much rather prefer a national rating, which, at a uniform rate of lOd. in the pound, would produce a sum sufficient for all purposes. In conclusion he would advise the ratepayers not to allow their expenditure to reach high
June 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Contents. TnR Late Builders’ Association of Irelakd, and its^ Obituary—Patrick J. Murphy, Esq Notes from Derry The Institution of Civil

Contents. TnR Late Builders’ Association of Irelakd, and its^ Obituary—Patrick J. Murphy, Esq Notes from Derry The Institution of Civil

Engineers, London Archaeology and Arts Home An Overcrowded Milliner’s Workshop Proposed Restoration of Christ Church Cathedral lames and Cements .. .. •• •• * Sculpture at St. Finhar's Cathedral, Cork • Ready-Made Houses Sanitary Condition of Drogheda lectures on Architecture •
April 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER

THE IRISH BUILDER

family. He is dressed in a toga, like man, and is described in the inscriptions a marvellous child, capable of disputing with lawyers, and writing and improvising Greek poetry equal to that of the Greeks themselves. The last argument on which he wrote appears to have been What w
April 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER.

THE IRISH BUILDER.

better and more durable will the roof. After the process of felting the roof is completed, the plastic slate, mixed as previously described, is then spread upon the felt three sixteenths of an inch thick, with a trowel, and finishes complete flexible slate roof, one solid sheet,
April 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWTON, CHAMBERS, THORNCLIFFE

NEWTON, CHAMBERS, THORNCLIFFE

NEAR SHEFFIELD.
April 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER.

THE IRISH BUILDER.

R.C.C.; R. Malcomson; R. S. Longworth Dames ; A. G. ’Geoghegan ; R. Ij. Whitty ; A. Fitzgibbon; N. Carolan. As Members His Imperial Highness Prince Lucien Bonaparte ; Rev. Henry Octavius Coxe, Librarian of the Bodleian Library, Oxford ; H. W. Acland, Esq., F.R.S.; H. E. Stokes,
July 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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November 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland