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TIPPERARY NEWS. NEW RAILWAY FOR NENAGH.

TIPPERARY NEWS. NEW RAILWAY FOR NENAGH.

5 6 TYre• prior imbed 6 20 61b 0_92 5 - 10 646 550 366 10 75 15 60 i The project which was mooted mob timc ago of cennsoting and Drostineer by a sm. at fight railway, is about taking practical The undertaking will, DO doubt, prose a very 'spoonful commercial enterprise, and at t
July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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Sp y. i . cOßsc. i LISGOOLD SPORTS. SUNDAY, 31" JULY, 1898. (Under GA A sad ICA Bails.) BIG MEETING
July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OPERA HOUSE. MR ARTHUR ROBERTS' VISIT NEXT WEM

THE OPERA HOUSE. MR ARTHUR ROBERTS' VISIT NEXT WEM

Mr Arthur Roberta and a full London company, numbering forty artistes, by special trsin from Dublin on Sunday next, at 11 p.m. We tmderstand that the booking of place' for this important engagement conunenoed wdl. Speck) trains have been I arranged to Bandon, Kinsale, Kasten, Wa
July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR 61.1380NBOWLES EXPLAINS.

MR 61.1380NBOWLES EXPLAINS.

Mr . personal explanation. A statement had appear, ed in that day's - Standard" to the effect that he objected to the Criminal Law Evidence Bill, and was prepered to carry on the struggle through an all-sight sitting. That statement was absolutely fake and unfounded. He had made
July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CUBAN DEMANDS BRUSHED ASIDE. London, Thursday.

CUBAN DEMANDS BRUSHED ASIDE. London, Thursday.

The "Times . ' New York correspondent telegniphs—Whoever on either side imagined that the Spaniards were to be handed over to the tender mercies of the Cubans is thoroughly undeceived. The Cuban demands have been unceremoniously brushed aside. They would have been in any case, b
July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Semi•FinaL

Semi•FinaL

Miss A Berber and Mr - W - BIGeo we 40, beat ktra Montgomery and Mr W IP Wear, owe 1.6. 6 to 3. 6 to 2. Smyth and Mr E P Gram, owe Hs% beat Miss Wills and Mr A E French, 3.6, ss. 7, 6 to 2, 6 to 4. Gentlemen's Handicap Doubles. Semi-Final Booed. Mr TA O'Brien and MrW E O'Brien,o
July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
YACITING. ROYAL CORK ...YAM' CLUB.

YACITING. ROYAL CORK ...YAM' CLUB.

YACITING. ROYAL CORK ... YAM' CLUB. It would. indeed be difficult to find more able weather for yachting than that whir to-day. At the start of the first ire, was for yacht* rot exceeding 36 rating, • breeze vu blowing from the 8.8. W, but there was some rain falling, which nesee
July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
KERRY NEWS.

KERRY NEWS.

THEATRICALS AT Lel LEISLAND. Abbeykale, Thandev. The members of the Abbeyfeale Amateur Dramatic Club intend giving an entertainsnent at Gesdeisland on Sunday next, Nth inst. The is mom attractive, consisting of C:7l s awn," followed by • concert, to which some distinguished voca
July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
- MARRIAGES AND DEATH& of Marriages and Deat .... hs 7 0 4 00 064; ay* which nut la all

- MARRIAGES AND DEATH& of Marriages and Deat .... hs 7 0 4 00 064; ay* which nut la all

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July 22, 1898 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland