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PI%JAW'S Dentistr7. REGULAR MONTHLY ATTENDANCE— J . • TIPPERARY—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12rn, AT DOBBYN'S HOTEL (Private Apartments), and every Monti,. Messrs.

PI%JAW'S Dentistr7. REGULAR MONTHLY ATTENDANCE— J . • TIPPERARY—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12rn, AT DOBBYN'S HOTEL (Private Apartments), and every Monti,. Messrs.

Davies, Surgeon Dentists, 10, LARRY MACYVILLII-STMRET, DUBLIN, (Established 1863), En to notify to their numerous patients that one of the Firm will attend personally oa the above dates and regularly the Second Week in every month. Mews. system of Artificial Teeth, picketed by H
January 12, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

It is understood that the Earl of Fife, Captain of the Gontlemen-at-Arms, Aar resigned his office. Lord Fife's resignation does not, we arc informed, originate in any dissent on his part from the policy of the Government. Ile wiU be succeeded as Parliamentary representative of t
January 12, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 12, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 26, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ROUSE AIM PARLOUR MAID. —Wants a Situation as above ; will le found willing and obliging, and can he well

ROUSE AIM PARLOUR MAID. —Wants a Situation as above ; will le found willing and obliging, and can he well

recommended. Advertiser i. a Protestant. Address—Y. Wearthy, Johndown Park, Rennet.
January 15, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 

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ITIORKINO OARDMER.—Wanted a Work, ins understand the rare of fruit, dowers, and vegetables, and be able to take charge of

ITIORKINO OARDMER.—Wanted a Work, ins understand the rare of fruit, dowers, and vegetables, and be able to take charge of

a small greenhouse • a married men, with a small family, preferred ; will be required to live at a gateelndge. Apply, enclosing testimonials, and stating where last employed, to A.8.C., Post-office, Cleghecn.
January 15, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LISMORE.

LISMORE.

Snomoun—These wasions were held Saturday before Captain H. E. Redmond, R.U. (in the chair), and Major Gyles. Sub-Inspecter O'Rielly occupied a rent on the bench. AKI,AULT.—OOI7ICrIIIII Scanlon summoned Thomas Scanlon, his son, for assaulting him on the night of the 21st November
January 15, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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The Rate Trials ware resumed yesterday. When the jadges took their scats st the commencement of the proceedings, 311 r. Justice Fitzgerald slid since the court sat oa Friday he and Mr. Justice Barrr bad reviewed the decision which they had given .rill ref.:emit* to the admission
January 5, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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Mr. Curtis, the t shorthand writer, wu recalled, and read his report of Mr. Dillon's speech at Dallaghadamen, on the 214 November last, when he told the people mumbled that they r.hould only pay GriStles valuation. and if the landlords refused to give a receipt in full so rest s
January 5, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PLANTING SEASON. M. SAUNDERS & SONS, Friurs'-Walk Nurseries, CORK. HE Stocks of the undermentioned are in really prime condition,

THE PLANTING SEASON. M. SAUNDERS & SONS, Friurs'-Walk Nurseries, CORK. HE Stocks of the undermentioned are in really prime condition,

and for cannot be surpassed. T The Nurseries are high and exposed ; therefore product) stout, hardy, and librous-rooted Trees, certain to succeed in any situation. Orders shall have prompt attention, and be liberally dealt with. ROSE.S.—The stack includes every good Nor or On Va
January 26, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland