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PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPHY.

WE beg to draw attention to the speetmens now on view of our aew PERMANENT BROMIDE ENLARGEMENTS. Orders entrusted to as will have our best attention, and we feel. from the very favourable criticisms with which our work has been received, that we can guarantee satisfaction is eve
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
P. JENNINGS St*

P. JENNINGS St*

Have Just Discharged at their Quay, Dundalk, The following Cargoes of Superior Goods, which they will Della reasonable terms " Curlew," from St John, Dominion Canada, 10,701 Pieces new Deals and Battens, lift, 9ft,lft x Sin. Ex "Nymph,'' from Meramlchi, Dominion Canada, '12,971
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
LOUTII HOSTITA L. N 0 TI C E CONTRACTORS.

LOUTII HOSTITA L. N 0 TI C E CONTRACTORS.

T NDER For the Suppply of MEAT, PROVISIONS, &c., 'l'o the Louth Hospital, for the year to end December 31st, 1897, will be received by the Secretary on or before SATURDAY, January 2, 1897. Samples of the Supplies to be deposited at the Hospital, on Monday, January 4th, 1897, bef
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
WILL SOON OPEN

WILL SOON OPEN

Under New Management. CHRISTMAS 1896. CHRISTMAS
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
LAVENDER LEAVES.

LAVENDER LEAVES.

The waving corn was green and gold, The dautaak roses blown, The bees and busy spinning wheel; Kept up a drowsy drone. When Mistress Standish, folding down Her linen, white snow, Between it laid the lavender, One eurotuer long ago. The slender pikes of greyish green, Still moist
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
26, 1898 Chabinan—We found we would not be justified in giving him any relief. Mr M Roe said if the

26, 1898 Chabinan—We found we would not be justified in giving him any relief. Mr M Roe said if the

man had lost his legs and could not work it was very hard that he should be refused relief. In reply to the chairman, Relieving Officer likArdle said he had made inquiries about M'Keever. He was addicted te drink and very rowdy. When sober he was right enough. Mr Boyle—lf he has
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CIVIL SERVICE APPOINTMENTS.

CIVIL SERVICE APPOINTMENTS.

DAY' Evening and Correspondence Climes. Most successful Tuition in Ireland. 675 Irish Successes (37 First Places) during the years 1891-96, Civil Service Guide and Prospectus (72 pages) Free. SKERRY'S ACADFIMY. 188, Great Brunswick Street, Dublin.
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
➢IIDWIFERY

➢IIDWIFERY

the Ladies of Dundalk arid neighbourhood' Ilaving completed the usual course of Obstretics at the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, and holding certificates of competency from the Master and resident Doctors, I beg to state that I tun prepared to a trend maternity cased, and would respe
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
EXECUTION AT YORK.

EXECUTION AT YORK.

At York on Tuesday August Carlsen, aged 43, a Swedish seaman, was executed for the murder of Julia Wood, with whom he lived, at Hull, on July 23rd last. Carlsen and Wood had been drinking heavily, and on the evening of the date mentioned Carlsen called out to the landlady, Fetch
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
BY SPECIAL

BY SPECIAL

APPOINTMENT LIPTON'S DELICIOUS TEAS.
December 26, 1896 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland