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LER•INEACADEMIC

LER•INEACADEMIC

PlarcroAL—T. G. HOUSTON, N.A. MATILIKATIGAL MAlrrEit- W. IL JET.- FRETS, 8.A., Oxon, Mathematical Honours (Pure and Mixed), Scholar of Queen's Coilege, °afoul. CLAssic.Al. Mawr= STEWART Z. COONEY, B A., Qt.l. (with Doubly Honours), sa Literary Scholar and Priseman, Q C. B. Harms
July 30, 1881 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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July 30, 1881 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
worth, polished wood, . Douglas, Faq, J P, a Norfolk car, in polished wood, for built to order of G

worth, polished wood, . Douglas, Faq, J P, a Norfolk car, in polished wood, for built to order of G

H Dobbyn, BEL, S Limavady ; a Lorne oroydon, bat of Mr Fulton, Bingrash, Coleraine ; len phaeton (for sale); a tandem dog-cart , sale); A very light fly car, in polished and mounted on American springs (for Miss Alexander's medium, • beautifully balanced car, built with extra lo
July 30, 1881 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAND BILL IN COMMITTEE.

THE LAND BILL IN COMMITTEE.

ON Saturday morning, at Are-and.twenty minutes past one, the Committee on the Land Bill completed its labours. The result was hailed with loud cheers. The principal feature of the discussion on Friday evening was with respect to the proposal of a new these by Sir W. Baritelot al
July 30, 1881 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BOYCOTTED AUCTIONS.

BOYCOTTED AUCTIONS.

The correspondent of the Freeman, writing from Thurles on Tuesday night, says ; Yesterday an auction of 100 acres of hay was to take place. When the hour arrived not a single purchaser was to be seen. The only individuals on the land were the agent, the auctioneer, and a couple
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Land League Convenlion at Clonmel.

Land League Convenlion at Clonmel.

On Wednesday a conference of delegates from the various branches of the Land League of the South- Biding of Tipperary was held in the theatre, Clonmel. The Bev. William Maher, C.C., Clonmel, presided. Twenty-eight branches were represented.
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TOURIST’S FIELD GLASSES. Observe—l 9 ASS U-STfIEET, DUBLIN. NEW BINOCULAR OPERA, RACE, AND FIELD GLASS. Consisting of adaptation of

THE TOURIST’S FIELD GLASSES. Observe—l 9 ASS U-STfIEET, DUBLIN. NEW BINOCULAR OPERA, RACE, AND FIELD GLASS. Consisting of adaptation of

Mr. E. SOLOMONS famons Lenses, securing complete absence of the colour, distortion Irritation, and latigneof sight, so frequently the chara,te-i sties of common glasses. It possesses the extraordinary Of several miles, has large, brilliant field of view, and is exceedingly porta
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN LINE

AMERICAN LINE

UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMEIIS BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA, Taking Passengers without extra charge NEW YORK, BOSTON, or BALTIMORE nrst-olaasfull-powerediron Steamshipsare appointed sail from LIVERPOOL EVERY WEDNESDAY Next sailings are IANA Saturday, July 30th. BRITISH KING
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Allan line m e rt°i ca .

Allan line m e rt°i ca .

Allan line m e r t °i ca . ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LONDONDERRY TO QUEBEC. MORAVIAN to Quebec Direct ... Aug 6. BARMATIAN to Quebec Direct ... Aug 12. Leaving Liverpool the previous day. LONDONDERRY TO BOSTON. PHCENICIAN to Boston ... WALDENSIAN to Boston... ... Aug 11. ... Aug 20. .
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rj.XCE SIXPEKCE

rj.XCE SIXPEKCE

Loudon —T. A. BROOK Co.. Strand. W.C. Dublin: M.H. GILL&SO>, 50UpperSackviUe. street. And all a. CONGOU TEA. BLACK LEAF, full strong, old style, imported by the Honourable East India Company, the perfection of Tea, Stimulating. Invigorating, and Refreshing. can supply chests and
July 30, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland