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ELECTION OF A BISHOP FOR KERRY.

ELECTION OF A BISHOP FOR KERRY.

I ELECTION OF A BISHOP FOR I KERRY. I (SPgCLAL TELEGRAML) Tralee, Tuesday ;ight- The election of a bishop for the diocese of Kerry' in the room of the late lamented Dr. '£Carthyt took place to-day in the Cath l, Killarney. llic Grace the Most Rev, Dr. Croke Arcabishop o,, Cashel,
August 17, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAND FOR THE PEOPLE.

THE LAND FOR THE PEOPLE.

ISTHE LAN-D FOIL TaE EOPLE. To rh EMDIOR OF THEI FREEMAI. C Sin-The first campaign is over, and the popular ti forces ate redreasing their ranks for a frsh ad P vance. It were wise to consider for a little the his- T toryof that gallant uprising of the people which fi is bas shak
August 15, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COLONEL EYRE.

COLONEL EYRE.

COLONEL EYFRE. Arngig the olicers Promoted in the recent monster ' U;azett' " is one whose career loss been romantic and succes-irul. Thirty years ago there lived at Woedview, Eyre Court, county Galway, a worthy gentle nan cf the Irish branch of the d-s- tiuguished family of lyre
August 30, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REVIVAL OF IRISH INDUSTRIES.

THE REVIVAL OF IRISH INDUSTRIES.

THIE REVIVAU OF IRISH I INDUSTRIES. I 'We cannot allow communications under this heading to degenerate into tere . "puffs" for particular firms. We will welcome practical suggestions and advice, but "' advertisements " must appear in another colunin.-ED. P. J.] TO THES EDITOR OF
August 25, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN UNITED TRAMWAYS COMPANY.

THE DUBLIN UNITED TRAMWAYS COMPANY.

THIE DUBLiN L?-iThD C 0 _P ?? I . ho] iers of tlxe 5ji5. lin Ucitec T ralr.WaYs CozTrrml s--as bicti at ?? Ejctj, Sackvi~leat~rC- Mr. Ii. Aedci-an. the cctrycradl the reporl~ wh0- reonz~etc-4a 6uniclardat rAo4 pcr ceit. - bet:.; V1 2~- iCn, ?? that a- i:aha!:ce ol Year. Ti'Chairn
August 19, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

i I THIS3 WEEK'S RACING. (FROM OUR CORRxsPONwMs.) Y Thera is to be a big week's racing, seeing that e we are to have three meetings before Frida, (tad that two of them commence and end to-day (Monday), That most objectionable of practices e-clasbing-is indulged ius with a persis
August 1, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

KINGSTOWN AND BRAY INTELLIGENCE.

KI1NGSTOWN A3D M&Y INZE 4 I - . GaENG FRACAB ox Tam Ea= Pn&-.Ydar5e wkeie the East her as Khsiwm vmcmued with a bashion1 0omras of 'kdtartbo ?? , a fracas took plaes betumix sof& yodu, Of tem oandfe bs fesg aoded by the msmarkof aao4e sax hai i-vaflistely diiesc& hinf ofi astkd h
August 1, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

APPOINTMENTS VACANT. lITANTIED a steady Person to care young children:I 1? cust juie ftllleda similar situation hecoreo. Appyly F5 lifatmitrime-c road. W VT{2; a ThoroughI Serat h cncn V;.~cs lt~r ;none need rijply who have flet tenexcep- _AN,,v ) at elms a Thloyeough Servant; mu
August 31, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

I I (By Rutels and Ordinary Telegraga.) f i, CRITICAL CONDITION OF t 0- PRESIDENT GA1RFIFLD. .,n (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) c m Washington, Thursday Midnight. After the evening bulletin had been issued ?? attending surgeons began to notice a change for the worse in soroe of the Prosi
August 27, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

ICRICKEtr. TO CORRItSPONDENTS. flepbrht of matches to ba Inerted in the "' Free. mn " must be forwarded without delay. CIV1t SERVICE V DURHlAM LIGHT INFANTRY (Retarn)-Played yesterday on the C S ground, and ended in an easy win for the Service by S&i on'the first Inninga, and wit
August 27, 1881 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland