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THE UNIVERSITY QUESTION

... DUBLIN THURSDAY JAN 13.1398. Tun comments of the Irish Unionist Press upon the proceedings the Mansion House on a e neither very candid nor encouraging The Daily '.i/i/t'ss, ...

SUBSCRIPTIONS AND EVICTIONS

... desperate condition the unfortunate j peasants whom tiie potato failure overlarge districts has re iuced to the very verge starvation, his 'ved a multitude' ■ witnesses, b ...

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

... CHAMBER COMMERCE. adjourned meeting the council of the Chant her Commerce was held in their board room. Commercial Building*, yesterday. Pre sent —Me.srs J Batry. president, the chair; John Nuttin.'. ...

FAIRS

... klt. —Th* cattle this «u held y««t«rday »ud w«U attended !>y buyer* dealers, from Antrim, Tjri>oe, *i«i l»«riy. day b«u«g a gsuerai hoililay large i.um'ier were tow*. Ths turn out ««f animals w ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... A QUESTION PEDIGREE. hXTKAOKDINAIiY STORIES 1 advknture. Yesterday the Chancery vision, before the • Muter of the The case Lynch Clarktn an! others, came for hearing. Thie was acton ...

COMMERCIAL NEWS

... DUBLIN MONEY MARKET. Friday Evening. COA'SOLS ACTIVE AND StPPOBTED. FLAT. IVRKS Cycles still the sli mi. A very conspicuous feature on 'Change to-day was the smart rise in ConsoN, hu ...

LAW NOTICES-THIS DAY

... ' ' • X V M III (From the Legal l>iory.) COUNCIL CHAMBER. Dublin Castle—Tomorrow, Tuesday, ISth January, o'clock— Letterkennv and Burton port Kailwav. M COURT OF APPEAL IN IRELA ...

APPOINTMENT AT THE COURTS

... ArruiiuMri.il lUCJ Inspector M'Donnell, the D Division, Green street, has received an appointment which carries with it the credentials appreciation and trustworthiness. has ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... LAW NUT ICRS -THIS /MI. (From the Le'j'd Diary A HIGH COURT JUSTICE, CHANCERY DIVISION LORD CHANCELLOR The Lord Chancellor will sit on Tuesday next, sth April, hear Motion* iu Court ...