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THE DUBLIN l'01114) RATION AND MESSRS,

THE DUBLIN l'01114) RATION AND MESSRS,

THE DUBLIN RATION AND MESSRS, PARNELL ANI DILIMS. A special meeting of the Dublin Corporation was h. Id yi May fur the purpose of ruuferring the freedom of the city on Misers. Parnell and Dillon. The laird Mayor attended, though on the previous day ho said he would not do so. Mr.
October 26, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
To Mt f., of the Clonood ehrwriele.

To Mt f., of the Clonood ehrwriele.

f., of the tlatobm 25th, 18111. In tin ole•u th.-r,• in so ouch Mo. ter-Landing ettAing and tenant, Ir., the undersigned, have much ing b. the generous conduct of Yr. John Massy, of Kingman, county Tspporary, who has given liberal rodartion 20 per amt. as property is Ilurihan. A
October 26, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
POLITICS AT 14N/ft-LAW MEETINtiS.

POLITICS AT 14N/ft-LAW MEETINtiS.

At the usual weekly meeting of the Guardians of the Waterford Union, held this week—Sir Robert J. Peal in the chair -Mr. Joseph Fisher proposed the adoptioa of the raialut ion, railing upon the Government to • short 11111 staying evictions for 12 months. airdrome, fortified by t
July 2, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
sitEms ! torr. Sheep-rot, otherwise called iinke-disemes, is the most fatal in these countries of all the maladies of the

sitEms ! torr. Sheep-rot, otherwise called iinke-disemes, is the most fatal in these countries of all the maladies of the

ovine species. During the last three years it ho. caused enormous bosses in all those parts of England south the Trent, in mint parts of Ireland, mid, to a less degree, in the north of England, and in Scotland. In some parts of England, farmers having large flocks of sheep, have
April 2, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
BY ROYAL APPOINTMENT

BY ROYAL APPOINTMENT

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. TO TO 711 Itaa N , • Pineal or BY s 4, By Spatial Warrant, datod•Dec. 27, lU. doted Feb. 10, 1826. DAY, SON, & HEWITT, andwirlers of the OrCeihal STOCK - BREEDE RS' MEDICINE CHEST, For all disorders is Hones. Cattle, Calves, Sheep, cod Lambs. These Chests m
February 5, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
FCRTHER MISCHIEF BREWING.

FCRTHER MISCHIEF BREWING.

From his headquarters in Paris Mr. U. K. l Parnell writes to prominent Irishmen in London suggesting theatlvi of meeting at the Westminster Palace Hotel ,one of these days, and establishing for England '• a sister orgunintion of the Irish National Lend League.
March 23, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF MR. CARLYLE.

DEATH OF MR. CARLYLE.

The Central News says that Mr. Thomas Carlyle expired at 8.30 this morning at ►is residence, Cheyne I:ow, Chelars. He pared away very quietly. A Central News telegram rays :—Since flee o'clock y.sterday evening till his death this morning Mr. t•arlyle had her unconu•ious, the re
February 5, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Ladies who purpose making up their Summer °Mitts are requested to inxpett it later., doing so, as the prices urn

Ladies who purpose making up their Summer °Mitts are requested to inxpett it later., doing so, as the prices urn

exceedingly moderate and the Pattern* the very best that be turned out. Several Novelties in CHILDREN'S and PINAFoItES. The Baby- Linen Department rnntains a splendid assortment of Robes. Cloaks, Millinery, and the New Embroidered Caehmere titan. and Coreete made to order, and a
May 11, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
1111401(TANT TO/ TIIE

1111401(TANT TO/ TIIE

lIIDIFCTION II PRICES. PIERCE TOBIN,
May 11, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVE STUCK AND FRESH MEAT IMPORTS.

LIVE STUCK AND FRESH MEAT IMPORTS.

There was a somewhat larger number of steamers arrived at Liverpool with live cattle and fresh meat from the United States and Canada, but notwith. standing the arrivals were much below the preceding week. The steamers which arrived with live cattle were as &Dew - -The Massachus
May 11, 1881 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland