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THE WEXFOBD INDEPENDENT. RAILWAY ACCOMMODATION.

THE WEXFOBD INDEPENDENT. RAILWAY ACCOMMODATION.

The Wexford and Bageoalstown Railway re-commenced running on Monday last as far the Ballywilliam station, and about the 26th inst, it is expected that the first train will arrive at' Ballyhogne, about seven miles of Wexford. This railway will open the oountiea of Carlow and Kilk
September 14, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EMPRESS ECGENIE.

THE EMPRESS ECGENIE.

The Times gives an account ihe journey of the Empress Eugenie from France to this country. The Empress, leaving Paris, proceeded to Deauville, near Thionville, and introduced rself to Sir John Burgoyne, whose yacht, (he Gazelle, was the harbour, claiming his protection as an Eng
September 14, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
W F.X FORDsEPTEMBER 10,1870

W F.X FORDsEPTEMBER 10,1870

FORDsEPTEMBER 10,1870 PHOTOGRAPHY. Mrs. McCABE, Photogr»phic begs 'nform her Friends the Pnbhr «he,. quite recorered from her lile 1 , ncl Moderate business; and Improved lhe support Charges, she hopes to ment errnunuance ol liberally extended to her. She takes ini PI kindl of re
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
BATTERIES.

BATTERIES.

These highly 'improved inventions render Electricity perfectly self applicable, in a mild continuous form, and extremely efficacious, no shock or unpleasant sensation being experienced, whereby it becomes a true fountain of health and vigour, speedily soothing agont ising pains,
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
AS compensation for accidents of all

AS compensation for accidents of all

KINDS, (RIDING, DRIVING, WALKING, HUNTING, &c An Annual Payment of £3 to £6 5s insures £l,ooa Death, and an allowance at the rate £6 per weeko injury. A Sonus to all Policy Holders of Five Years Standing has been declared payable in and ajter\&3\ RAILWAY ACCIDENTS ALONE May be p
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

Ballycoursey House and Grounds containing 445 a 3r. 10p. statute measure, lie within one mile of the thriving market and post town of Enniscorthy, from whence th*re is railway communication with Dublin which will shortly he extended to the town of Wexford ; there is | til-o wate
September 14, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL.

THE NATIONAL.

SOCIETY TOR AID TO THE SICK AND WOUNDED WAR. President—U.R.H. the PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., &c. Chairman Central of Committee— Lient.-Colonei Lojd-Lindsay, V.C., M.P. The Central Committee request that Local Committees will REMIT each WEDNESDAY, (o Messrs Contts and Co., the AMOUNT
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
J^ritulto. VENTILATION OF STABLES. In previous articles we hare shown that large amount of disease is the result of breathing

J^ritulto. VENTILATION OF STABLES. In previous articles we hare shown that large amount of disease is the result of breathing

air whioh has been repeatedly respired. have seen that the quantity of air which a man hourly requires is very large—no less than about 2,000 cubic feet. Of course, this quantity of air does not hourly pass into and out of the lungs of adult man ; but it is neceaaary that the po
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.

NOTES FROM PARIS. The cartridges found filled with sand were simply intended for the instruction of the recruits. The Princess Mathilda was arrested on Sunday near Dieppe. The regalia and the French crown haTe been deposited with the Bank of France. Several thousand muskets whic
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
GUANTSTOWN CONVENT.

GUANTSTOWN CONVENT.

The Feast of St. Augustine was held on Monday last at Grantstown Convent, with unusual splendour. Crowds from all the neighbouring parishes having assembled venerate the virtues of that great Saint. The Rev. James Barry, C.C., officiated as Celebrant at High Mass, and after the
September 10, 1870 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland