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THE PUBLIC HEALTH INQUIRY

THE PUBLIC HEALTH INQUIRY

THE PU BLIC HEALTH INQUIRY| 'The 'nrruir;' into ~the Public Healthb Of hII ~o'thited~-eretdtvja he ityHall, Air d ('lao cc ' Coton. Irte C I. chlilltlfl of thle cajuse, C' ~O1I'toi. ive1 Ot'- Tb-ae other rtncohe-n ?? ?? ii. P ii Qiil~vd 0! Sure' n Ci III ct it Post I ?? ?? E.,:Ai
February 27, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

I M1M7TH5 A3tRIUGES, A" DATSR ?? Ulad be fully authentieaied Sall eom~a~is4 by remittance:- UP to6 wer 4 ?? .. Ca id e BIRTHS. O ONOSTON-Oi the 21st Fb rnta-y, at 8 Thorn- b n avenue, Streatham Hill, the wife of A A Compton, Barriter-at-law, of a daughtere HUDSON-On tho 19th Febr
February 24, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. YESTERDAY.

-POLICE INTELLIGEENCE. YESTERDAY. NORTHERN DIVISION-(Before Mr Wall, ASSATJLTING A WIFE. Michael Fox, labourer, was charged with as- saulting his wife, Bridget Fox, in their -resi- dence, ary's lane. From the evidence it ap- peared that the accused knocked his wife down, and she
February 24, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

JATIAND DE.ATIrS. -'nat b3~tU uh~~~e - C I ..~a ?? t~ la Ga ' ;er . ?? US 6dextms ZT~$. - K ?? h, v: a sor. 2, at 1Z1 Docc'al -, 1,0 V Co~ n., - - ?? ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ?? - - ?? .~ C, Co. - ?? r -7I - : .t- - S~~ . .7 ~~ w ba ?? 77
February 14, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PUBLIC HEALTH INQUIRY

THE PUBLIC HEALTH INQUIRY

Yeesterday the inquiry into the question of the Public Health wits opened in the City Hall. rhe inquiry is he'd under the Public Health 'Ireland ASct of 1878, into the following sub- lects --1) The cause of the high death-rate in Dublin ; and (2). the measures which should be id
February 14, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

N MfiK )1 i A MCADI)SI Yl.';tSl TYLrS. Al F ?? 'ro N'S Pet:erus, Se; Pc3t Freo| 14 an9 S EATON, ?? FTON REET. -~ ~~ 1. TiHiOPN)T'N, FRU; IT I ?? A NI A-ND FLORIST, LAF RE?IU S'lCIC TN INEL A4ND. c tAV'ti' I'i:ICES 9130 _l .rf _ o ' _ ' . ?? . .. NN TRF~i ONj NS~ERVteOL; DISEASES
February 2, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.

DUBLIN VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.

r DUBLIN. VICTUALLERS' | ASSOCIATION. ANNTUA L MEETING. The annual general meeting of the members of the Victualiers' Assoe'ation was held at the Officea 1 College street, on Tuesday15 last, 1e2 I ?? occupied by the presibcnta ChiRs- Itotr Cocciey. There were Slab MeIssrs P J Geo
February 2, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

I- 3 O0 9 ".9 I. 1 EiIVIH NY E' MARKET. n-'ayt tEvening. ?? ,.Ttr't GENERAYLLY ?? -t ;;->3v.i<l'4i S cVV - , ?? <'iS l'eil~'l'yafter- - ( - , ?? ?? ; ivi'g r n nined ! ' tS lililer im- I, , i ?? reqnes, and , ,, 4. a 'ith PR -l ; ,Lous- Ord'rarv , 1 r ci.The ?? - NI'r heril and;
February 2, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVINCIAL NEWS.

PROVINCIAL NEWS.

1 PIROVINCIAJL ) ENlS. I i~ Y NI ESS RS JOHN DILLON AND) p1 J. J. SUEE, ?? ON THlE WEXORDom, ItSOLTION. , Wh~~~flngarvan, enuirsusy. At the, weekly meeting of the U rban District Conndil'(Mr John Walsh presiding), The. Chairman said he had that tuorninu re- eeivved a letter from
February 2, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.

NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.

ANEW YORK MON'EY MAARKEiL ?? Telegram.) Ntew Y-X~fi, Tkursda Y (Closing- Stocks. Price. Tlis Prev dav. i dav. i ('al11 ore. fvds 2. . to 21 210 21 S OtsInr Secriries 2 to .2 2to 2 Ex, h- 4.0nd 6f days 4 38 4 84. . Cable Transfers ?? 4 4 8°; Earls Pi>'iS 60 davs ., 5 20 5 19't ! E
February 16, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland