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MISS GARDINER BOYCOTTED.

MISS GARDINER BOYCOTTED.

The Ballina correspondeht of the Express, writing on Monday, ; This very unpopular landlady attended to-day the market Ballina, escorted by two policemen. She went into the shop of Mr. Muffeny, present a suspect in Kilmainham, and ordered some goods. The assistant asked permissi
August 20, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QOCKLE’S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS EIGHTY-ONE YEARS. 18 NEW DEMOND-STBEET LONDON, “FOR THE BLOOD !S THE LIFE”

QOCKLE’S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS EIGHTY-ONE YEARS. 18 NEW DEMOND-STBEET LONDON, “FOR THE BLOOD !S THE LIFE”

August 20, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY C. J. KICKHAM,

BY C. J. KICKHAM,

ALLEN AND HALL’S RELIABLE CLOTHING. Stock of Boys’, Youths’, and Gentlemen’s Cloth inf? is one the Isrgebt in this country. •The wisdom of fin extensive experience is brought iwar the selection of our materials, in order to combine sound and useful falfries with neat and tastefu
August 20, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RATIICOOLK.

RATIICOOLK.

At meeting held Sunday, August 14—Mr. James Nowlan presiding—pr< posed by Mr. John Walsh, and seconded Mr. John Jacob, carried unanimously—“ That tne members of this branch otfer their earnest congratulations to the gallant member for Tipperary, wohn Dillon, on his rele;vse from
August 20, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW LAND-LAW

NEW LAND-LAW

There is now a new Law of the Land. This one fact. A year has created and confirmed it, despite innumerable English antipathies, and a House of Peers, or rather House of Bears, growling and struggling to the last. This is another and a greater fact. The Irish people in this stro
August 20, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(Eomsponoems.

(Eomsponoems.

P, L.” (Manchester). —With thanks we shall accept anything of interest, briefly written. An Indignant Observer.”—Your letter is en* tifcly too long, and the epithets applied to a distinguished churchman are more indignant than courteous. “S. O’F.” (London). —Reprints we cannot pu
August 20, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A PHYSICIAN’S GIFT. 4 MEDICAL TREATISE, showing how gufferers from Xervounnew and Debility muy 4t>eedily recover health, •trengtb, tone, and

A PHYSICIAN’S GIFT. 4 MEDICAL TREATISE, showing how gufferers from Xervounnew and Debility muy 4t>eedily recover health, •trengtb, tone, and

vigour. Fr*»e 2 Btaiuiw. . Address—J. Baimch, Secretary, 7 Tavistock-street, » lfnrd-«in»re, I«ondon.
August 20, 1881 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, SATURDAY, 20 AUGUST, 1881.

DUBLIN, SATURDAY, 20 AUGUST, 1881.

that several of the provincial courts have been witnessing some extraordinary and most provoking prosecutions. Newcastle West probably bears off the palm for having been the scene of the most ridiculous of these. On Friday week Mr. Thomas Wall, of Dromcollogher, was charged by C
August 20, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Hyde and Mr. O’Brien, another suspect,’ were ripe, willing hands would be ready to save the crops. In Edendorry,

Mr. Hyde and Mr. O’Brien, another suspect,’ were ripe, willing hands would be ready to save the crops. In Edendorry,

also, the people have been showing Mr. Forster how strongly they admire the men who undergo imprisonment for the popular cause. On Thursday week Mr. George Patterson, who had been confined as suspect,” was released from Kilmainham, and on his arrival home ho was greeted with the
August 20, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLBORN,

HOLBORN,

A business meeting of this branch was held on Wednesday, August ;th, at St. Bridget’s Club, 59 Great Saffron-hill, thi president in the chair. He was supported by the vice-president; the registration committee were also in attendance, and meet at this club every evening from eig
August 20, 1881 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland