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SLIGO BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

SLIGO BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

The ordinary •eekly meeting of the guartliane of the. I [liar. IMO held in the hoardtoom the Workhouse hod Tuesday. J. F. W Ltit R. in the ittr. The oilier guardian• in atteudam e Lyon., Esq. J.P. Alderman D. J. Nelson. Esq.. J.P.. Memm. I ;ap..r. M. Howlett. H. Norrimn. and P.
July 30, 1881 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
B. •Wll.lel AMSOK,

B. •Wll.lel AMSOK,

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July 30, 1881 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ARMAGH FAIR.

ARMAGH FAIR.

WHITE HORSE SHOW-YARDS. a THE REQUEST neToral T HOItSE »n 0 FARMEBS, I teSH? siS. TLc™ .m ".11, f .n,! 1.,' 0.. r One Huudred Horn?, ami every be given to accommodate both Buyers and bollera.
July 30, 1881 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
30.1881. FREE TRADE.

30.1881. FREE TRADE.

Norarao is more common thsn for thn politick sot call llicmscl.cs free tradsni misrcprc.m.l the « «mcoU of their opponent, and travesty their opinions. The free trsd.r. teld that their doctrine, were so OT.™h.lmiogly convincing that the „bole world sretlld immmediatoly embrace t
July 30, 1881 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
fincsorre PAM issoness Odds d ‘..) Dow, and sill dr Us& big kr =ay remasMsd Psis, is ask, ow soli

fincsorre PAM issoness Odds d ‘..) Dow, and sill dr Us& big kr =ay remasMsd Psis, is ask, ow soli

y. wed sada of Cbssimis. (0440turdrs),
July 30, 1881 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LOCITI2II SULPHUR HAIR lalltOW Bair from lambi lllaw ma op keg l a =ralrb sioniorelly rod Osiussi breallb. lbws it

LOCITI2II SULPHUR HAIR lalltOW Bair from lambi lllaw ma op keg l a =ralrb sioniorelly rod Osiussi breallb. lbws it

semirmlbdissea C el Mb lbe Mir se kb al Se webs ir 'dewier M b lids fa obi ik• ; Om do mem UMW mask older lbw li meg Os ON&
July 30, 1881 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
practices is forced upon me by the irrefutable logic of facts I have seen and heard since I came here.— I am, sir, yours truly,

practices is forced upon me by the irrefutable logic of facts I have seen and heard since I came here.— I am, sir, yours truly,

A, F. Winks. Kr. Michael Davitt in Portland. The following extract from a letter referring to Mr. Davitt’s imprisonuieut appears iu the last issue of the Limerick Reporter : You are aware that this is the place ia which Mr. Davitt is confined. It may prove interesting to hia num
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Assistant Land Commissioners.

The Assistant Land Commissioners.

We take the following from the Londonderry Standard :— The London correspondent of the Glasgow Mail, who ia generally well informed, mentions that ia the intention of the Premier to appoint Mr. Patrick James Smyth, one of the members for the county Tipperary, and Mr, Charles Jam
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HARTLEPOOL.

HARTLEPOOL.

At the bi-annual meeting, held on the 17th inst., Messrs. Frank Campbell (president) and John Moren (treasurer) stated that they were reluctantly compelled to resign their offices, owing to the pressing nature of their business. On the motiou of Mr. Joan O'Cannell, seconded Mr.
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
nation;.

nation;.

that investigation which ha embodies in the small tract now under consideration. It is little to say that the facts he adduces—if his statements are to be relied upon—fully establish the charge made by the Irish members, and denied by Mr. Forster, that the landlords were in cons
July 30, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland