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ROBBERY OF £90 FROM MICHAEL SHANKS, THE BOOKMARKER.

ROBBERY OF £90 FROM MICHAEL SHANKS, THE BOOKMARKER.

I ROBBERY OF £90 FROM MICHAEL I SHANKS, THE BOOKMAKER. At three o'clock on Saturday in the Northerm Divisional Police Court, Aro. WNoodlock presiding, Mrs. Eliza Cole, a young married woman, respect- ably dressed, and of handsome appearances described as a restaurant keeper, Duke
May 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIVORCE CASE.

DIVORCE CASE.

f DDVORCE CASE. In the Matrimonial Division on SaturdLy h¢, the Right Hon. JndgeWarrenlapetitron for i, was heard. The petitioner, Mmrs. Bfese Hen.e, i Ogilby, sought a divorce a menst et torf respondent, Mr. C. W. Leslie Ogilby, 0n the ets2 of cruelty and adultery. The respondet
May 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE [ill].

TO THE EDITOR OF THE [ill].

T3 T--, - ?? z q ?? K -- - I . I -1 - - K;i;:J ~ siiiS ?? ?? :1 r:. ?? Sm-While exre-si ailesP 1. T.'V Ceen i:r deutednuss to vuor eoureisv S:. a r e < ^ in tei columns if t C 're Qt,." ever" T1i^ l ,f Which is of the reatet: vaa o to the I: oLt. 2, ! when recording my pruc - : t
May 16, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTRIC LIGHTING—BRUSH SYSTEM.

ELECTRIC LIGHTING—BRUSH SYSTEM.

ELECTUIC LIGIITNG - BRUSH I I SYtS=TE. (ily " Freeman" ?? Wire.) (JtRiOu C-J.; CC2R!:SPoY*DBN7.l) London, ru..y. !1 am iniormed tlat --l ?? of rumours have becn latcly in circulation in Dublin as to the I fai'ure of the Erush electric sgstem in London. I c,-i tell you positively
May 21, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOAN FUNDS, EMIGRATION, AND THE LAND LEAGUE.

LOAN FUNDS, EMIGRATION, AND THE LAND LEAGUE.

LOAN FUNDS, EMIGRkTONT, AND THE LAND LEAGUE. -- - - -- -4 ve gight Hon. the Recorder presided last night St he forty-fourth annual meeting of the Associa- tion for the Relief of Distreosed Protestants, held in the Association House, 45 .Molesworth-street. .is ior.ihip, adverting
May 20, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

i FOREIGN TELEGRAMS, I (By Reuter's and Ordinary Telegraph.) FRANCE AND TUNIS. Tunis, Thursday. i Fighting occurred yesterday at Souk-el- Arba between the French troops and the e natives. The loss in killed and wounded is stated to have been heavy on both sides. The French are ma
May 20, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUSPECTS IN LIMERICK JAIL.

THE SUSPECTS IN LIMERICK JAIL.

THE SUSPECTS IN LIMERICIC JAIL. (FsOnt OUR rFORTER.) t Limerick, Thursday. There axe now ten prisoners in Limerick jail under the Coercion Act. This morning Ur. John Hefferuan, of Cork, was visited by Rev HErold Rylett, Air. A. J. Kettle, and a representative of the " Freeman's J
May 20, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

I IMLITARY INTELLIGENCE. X I .- -* I ?? INSPECTION OF THE 5TH ROYAL IRISa H t LANCERS. Yesterday morning at 10.30 the 5th Royal Irish 6t Lancers, stationed at Newbridge, under the corn- mend of Lieutenant Colonel W L L Browne, and a. troop of the 19th liussars, stationed in camp,
May 18, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

I HLAW INTELLIGE>NCE. I YESTERDAY. COURT OF' APPEAL. (Before the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Jastice of Appeal.) ANTHONY V.NOBFe.-There were two appeals in this matter by the plaintiff, Miss Anthony, against decisions adverse to her actions in which she was concerned. The Lord C
May 18, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IYPSERIAL PAR1LIMAI4ENrp. 11TJOSr, OF LOIID)S-Y:ESTI:IIar.~Y TU1'OE LanD CEANiltoI, took hiis seat at five o'clock. Lord t'aoys took the oath and subscribed the u h is succession to the title. 'Pll(10 ?? cts (Irciand) Amendment Bill 5555 rc a* a ?? dile onl the mutiou tl Lord dI(
May 18, 1881 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland