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PL C.. ~,.,.~ 1 A i I . . .' -'r. - ' . --. -i , CART AND RICK COVERS HORSE COVERS— Wkite, Black, or Yellow. BLACK OIL COATS Leggin" H+b• MACHINE BELTING. WATERPROOF DRP7ING APRONS. Ladies Waterproof Capes a speciality. J. W. ELVERY & CO, ELEPHANT HOUSE, MI, LOWER SACKTILLE STRE
July 6, 1895 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
KR VINCENT STIEER, Diploma) Lie, Yu. Prin. Col. London. Organist, Ete., of Birr Parish Church. Receives Pupils for instrumental and

KR VINCENT STIEER, Diploma) Lie, Yu. Prin. Col. London. Organist, Ete., of Birr Parish Church. Receives Pupils for instrumental and

"Vocal" Mule. Candidates prepared for all (Practical sad 2, PA COALS! COALS!! COALS!!! J. J. BYRNE, MOORPARK STREET, BIER, BEGS to announce that lee hen • Supply of the Beet °MOLL, WlOlll, and HOUSE (AMA to STOCK. Coals delivered In bap to eonvenienee hone-ke= Orders null have m
July 6, 1895 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
lota on Portman.

lota on Portman.

This little Galway town o, the Shamma is rather triangular in with a populatirn of sheet and consists of Old, New, Close and Omer streets. There are monthly fairs and weekly istarkete. Some of the buildings are very fair fee a entintry town. The C Church on the north-west side m
July 6, 1895 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
Tim Now Coghlan Claimant.

Tim Now Coghlan Claimant.

It would sesta we have Dot yet heard the last the " rightrful" heirs to the &batons of gold left by the late Mr Henry Coghlsa, son of the first founder of it all—the General. The expectants iu the past were counted by scores, but all were politely bowed out of court with the exc
July 6, 1895 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
p•RSONBTOWN SCHOOL. Cu ESTLEVIELD Rowan. Bead-Master — F. HOGBES, 8.A., Exhibitioner, Ex-Sitar, First Homormau. Moderator, Medallist, 'friuity Colkge, Dublin. formerly

p•RSONBTOWN SCHOOL. Cu ESTLEVIELD Rowan. Bead-Master — F. HOGBES, 8.A., Exhibitioner, Ex-Sitar, First Homormau. Moderator, Medallist, 'friuity Colkge, Dublin. formerly

)'irat Master Grammar School, Galway, a. i-ted by HAROLD GODE TROT, 13. A., Loudon University.
July 6, 1895 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr Beaumont-Nesbitt seconded the resolution.

Mr Beaumont-Nesbitt seconded the resolution.

Mr Garrey said he did not think Mr Vaughan had put the ease fairly before the Grand Jury, oceans Mr Sanders said the oilier day that before the difference arose between the Town Commis...Muer* and himself he was, behalf ot the Grand Jury, doinor two-thirds ut the cleansing of I
July 6, 1895 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
LOCAL ARMY NEWS.

LOCAL ARMY NEWS.

Thai Wednesday the 74th Field Battery, under Major Owen. left the practice camp at Gleubeigh. To. 78th Battery. commanded by Major Carter, leave the camp this Thursday. both to return to Athlone, via N outwit and Parsoliatown. The 74t will leave Ireland and go to Beamedlc-nil-Ty
July 6, 1895 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
•IREARFA ST UPP R. E GRATEFUL—COMFORTING, COCOA BOILING WATE•

•IREARFA ST UPP R. E GRATEFUL—COMFORTING, COCOA BOILING WATE•

July 6, 1895 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
A CONNAUGHT AUCTIONEER'S SIMILE.

A CONNAUGHT AUCTIONEER'S SIMILE.

When Kylemore Castle was put up for sale, the auctioneer described it as having the ad. vantage for an American millionare that he would be able to sail his yacht from New York to the very doors of his Irish castle. It seems to have been the word :that caught Mr Eugene Zimmerman
December 5, 1903 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS FOR TRAVELLERS.

NEWS FOR TRAVELLERS.

In a London Court an application for a new trial was made in the case of " Sadler v the New Palace Steamers Company." The lady went to Margate for her summer holidays and when she landed her box was dropped into the sea. The jury awarded her £3O, but the company now said it was
December 5, 1903 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland