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> 0 ™ ek. HTfiITION. Beware of Imitations. Obsarra Trmda • Marks and real Name f MED ArTM'VIENNA EXHIBITION. Beware

> 0 ™ ek. HTfiITION. Beware of Imitations. Obsarra Trmda • Marks and real Name f MED ArTM'VIENNA EXHIBITION. Beware

of Imitations. Observe Trade Marks and real Name. ENIEE’S COCOA sold in iA lb. Packets, and "awarded'MEDAL AT THE VIENNA EXHIBITION, Beware of Imitations. Observe Trade Marks and real Name. * ENTER’S ESSENCE OF COCOA sold in lb. and 1 lb. Tins, 2s. per lb. AWARDED MEDAL THE VIEN
July 22, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOD’S COUNTY WEXFORD SEED ESTABLISHMENT, WEXFORD. gACKS J ENT QN J£IEE. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Mt BONE MANURE. SUPERPHOSPHATE LIME end other

WOOD’S COUNTY WEXFORD SEED ESTABLISHMENT, WEXFORD. gACKS J ENT QN J£IEE. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Mt BONE MANURE. SUPERPHOSPHATE LIME end other

ARTIFICIAL MANURES, ere now msnafoctared by Special Contract for own Trade, and will be Bold by Guaranteed Analyses at lowest prices for eash. Important advantaged will thus be offered to Customers. Those Manures will be found to second to no ether Manufactured article in the Ki
July 22, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Chables A. Cavbkoe,

Chables A. Cavbkoe,

A. Cavbkoe, John*Hinton, Esq The above valuable Manures can delir«.j , Stations on the Lines of Kailiray. »t ill STOEES; BED HOUSE, WEXFORD i.-n ENNISUOKTHY. •‘.FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIPE-T' Dencronoray, chap. iii„ T cr, J!!? *'
July 22, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENTS

PRESENTS

The 10a 6d Locket for hair and Portrait. The 10s 6d Double-smelling Bottle, Silver Gilt. The 10a Butter Cooler. The 10a 6d Silver Fruit Knife. The 10s 6d Toast Back. The 10s 6d Ladies Bing. The 10a 6d Gold Pencil Case. The 10s 6d Gold Shirt Studs. The 10s 6d Gold Scarf Pin. S Th
May 20, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
the wexfobd independent.

the wexfobd independent.

Sttttrs % ®Wtor. VISIT TO THE COMMONS. (TROM THE LIVERPOOL JOURNAL.) TO THE EDITOR OP THE INDEPENDENT. , Dear Sir— l notice that Mr. Charles Taylor has been good enough to call attention in your colums to my retirement from the Bank of Ireland, and to sug gest that I be presente
May 20, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GALWAY PETITION. for virtue—and the Vicar-General Galwat, Monday. The election petition presented collc j jjjg speech by this statement

THE GALWAY PETITION. for virtue—and the Vicar-General Galwat, Monday. The election petition presented collc j jjjg speech by this statement

If the by Mr. Pierce Joyce, jun, against the return of Mr. p eo p le now staTid the priests how can Francis Hugh O’Donnell as member for the Borough people expect the priests to stand by them at of Galway, came on for hearing this morning before death beds.” That was a pregnant
May 20, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIA.

GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES. PASSAGES ARE PROVIDED *CIOR Married Couples not exceeding 35 yearn Jr age, with or without children, and UNMARRIED Women, not exceeding years *»f age, being Farmers, Mechanics, Miners. Labourers, and Female Domestic Servants, pay
June 3, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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August 8, 1874 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
rpHE CELEBRATED PONT, NORMAN, will Stand 1 this Season Tuesdays at Taghmon, Thursdays at Bridgetown, and on Saturdays at Wexford,

rpHE CELEBRATED PONT, NORMAN, will Stand 1 this Season Tuesdays at Taghmon, Thursdays at Bridgetown, and on Saturdays at Wexford,

at the low priceof £1 ss. and ss. to the Groom from Gentlemen, and 2s. 6d. from Farmers. Norman is a beautiful dark bay, with black legs, mane and tail, of perfect symmetry, great action, and possesses wonderful strength, and great bone Mid smew and is considered the first Judge
April 12, 1873 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LECTUBE ON PEAT.

LECTUBE ON PEAT.

Professor O’Eeilly, M.8.1.A., gave the first of a series of lectures on the subject of Peat and its Manufacture” on Monday, in the lecture theatre of the Boyal College of Science, Stephen’s Green. The attendance was not so large as might have been expected, considering the highl
April 12, 1873 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland