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TAAFFE AND COLDWELL'S

TAAFFE AND COLDWELL'S

PERFECT !SHIMS. SHIRTS are admitted by all who bay, aura them to be the most pervert fitting yet ustrudeord. giving gnat rare aad comfort to the Wooer, without or wrinkling in the !amt. Every order being ezecuted on the pouises. under e owls personal supervision. we guarantee in
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
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rig YIDRI►e.

YIDRI►e. The Email Board wrote. ask's( Iliad step Wes towards for the rosurrements of is this teapot. Time lert said not jet dlcial frame tie Kos Ike. ad the bat us ierstood Wet were of optima that so siker wooed. doctor was of Fartbst 'equines were ordero , l to be mai& The Coma
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
OVT-DOOlll IIIILIZt.

OVT-DOOlll IIIILIZt.

OVT-DOOlll Number on relief ill, eerreepoadisg rdhat year met of outdoor relief 4141 14a ebildres at aurae. 12. 011•1103ASILITT. Number of pauper,. chargeable to each electoral division :—Ardnaglue, 0; Dallycomoton, 1; 1; Cappeaear,l4 : Clara. 10; Derrycooley 3 ; Darrow 0; Oeashi
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
EDENDEURY BOARD OF OIJARDIANS. SATURDAY.

EDENDEURY BOARD OF OIJARDIANS. SATURDAY.

The meetingnf tlw wsu, attended to-day by Wekely, D.I. (its the vh.ttr); MetterM ecotone, C Jellied, P M Delany. J P Porent. J ; r.J.l'; O siibeon. E O'Brien. L Tyrrell. II D Kerr. W J J P;Tyrrell, J B U Hall. J.P. end tf W Handy. J.P. "TIMM TH2 g since last week. ; admitted. ;
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
FIN INCe

FIN INCe

FIN Coot of provisions consumed. £3; avenge per head weekly. 3. dll ; .1... in infirmary. 4. i& in fever bovitsl. 4.. !Id; do in hall, id. telegram wag m u t e . who lute been recently ill. at.itimt that be mimed W train. but hoped that he would be able to bu with the clerk on
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
THURSDAY. AUGUST 25, 1881.

THURSDAY. AUGUST 25, 1881.

THE NATIONAL SCHOOL TEACHERS. h is generally °encoded that there no body of Irish officials more deiservieg et public consideration than the Tmiele-rd our Nation.' School*. both male end tamale. That they are faithful to their trust none will dispute, while as regards the import
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
BANAGHER ROYAL SCHOOL (Esvanuenim Timm) CONTINUES to give a good monad Education to gentlemen preparing for almost of y "Oust

BANAGHER ROYAL SCHOOL (Esvanuenim Timm) CONTINUES to give a good monad Education to gentlemen preparing for almost of y "Oust

ion' or pursuits of Snead gentlemen have by ita means peened for one ether of the different Government or Public even after their success being oohed of from other Reboots. The situation is healthy. and particularly adapted for !or sailed to the rough siege of the larger school'
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
Local Land League Prosecution&

Local Land League Prosecution&

At the last Rhode Petty Sea.ione. before Carlota Inetraatv. and Mr 8. R. Kerr, a nunalaer of came Wore hoard involving charges of " Boycotting and intimidation." Mr Adam Mitchell, Sessional Crown Solicitor, prosecuted. Mr B. B. Sullivan, instructed by Mr I'. OM. White. Ldend4 rr
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
REFINED PETROLEUM OIL. (SECOND TIDS SEASON) JUST ARRIVED from NEW YORK. and n... lan 'ling. en ADA L. WRITE; 2779

REFINED PETROLEUM OIL. (SECOND TIDS SEASON) JUST ARRIVED from NEW YORK. and n... lan 'ling. en ADA L. WRITE; 2779

BARRELS EXTRA REFINED PETROLEUM OIL, "RI)TAL DAYLIGHT" BRAND (120 TEST) Which sill be sold to the Trsile Terns FISH, SALT, AND OIL STORRS, LIMERICK.
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
RR. VINCENT SYKES, *WSW OF ST. BSIVIDON'S Pete TOWS. AND TROTWOOR OP MOW. WILL be happy to receive PUPILS for

RR. VINCENT SYKES, *WSW OF ST. BSIVIDON'S Pete TOWS. AND TROTWOOR OP MOW. WILL be happy to receive PUPILS for

the Pianoforte, Organ, Harmonium, Sinatra. Toning, &e.. PARSONSTOWN.
August 25, 1881 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland