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Enormoue Sala GREAT SUCCESS. Late News than any other Laily Paper. To had of all Newsagents. o•min ell li Wil by soli ebb d Joa Odein& from .1 To trete the Now CHEAPEST AND BEST be oar*, MIPPI7O.- 'Amato ard Yoratga Haw sad w., WOTICES 07 Tna OW To sad ADVERTISING PAPER. to be m
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
Ar CHRONICLE BU.

Ar CHRONICLE BU.

CHRONICLE BU. MR. CRAMBF.RLAIN ON RAILWAY RATES. A letter has been published in Birmingham from Mr. Chamberlain. It is in reply to complaints regarding excessive railway rates for the conveyanie of fish. He says : " I am aware of the numerous complaints of preferential rates : bu
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
A PRECIOUS PEARL.

A PRECIOUS PEARL.

The wane of events , were she mild evade the watch set upi cousidered very east•• of accompLahment Some of the most valuahie poirls in the world are found near the island of off the coast of Persia. and one of the lined was tames& d at out two hundred years ago by Imenheit, the
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
TULLAMEADOW FARM.

TULLAMEADOW FARM.

I WILL NEXT RECEIVE PROPOSALS, In writing, fur the Purchase of the CREAGIIMoRE FARM, The highest offer to be submitted to the Landlord, for hie approval. I WILL THEN PROCEED TO LET 10 7 IRISH ACRES Of the rich old fattening Lands of CORBALLIS, For grazing purposes, up to the 29t
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
WESTMEATH QUARTER SEsProNg.

WESTMEATH QUARTER SEsProNg.

Mulling:lr, WedneKday. The Hilary Quarter Smisions for the Mellinger Division of toe county Westmeath w.,e commenced today before Mr. John Adye Curran. Q.(7., t ounty Court Judge. when the following gentlemen were sworn on the grand jury:— Mr. Christopher Hope (foreman) Messrs.
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
YOUNG FOLKS' COLUMN. A BRAVE LITTLE GIRL. A little girl, in circumstances of great danger, wee once tire aria of

YOUNG FOLKS' COLUMN. A BRAVE LITTLE GIRL. A little girl, in circumstances of great danger, wee once tire aria of

saving her father life--not by rescuing him from any perilous position by bodily e• onion* on her part that, of courpe, was out of the .4. esCon in child of eight or ten years), but by conveying food to him day after day while be was in hinting, when the slightest mistake, or th
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
DENTISTRY. ELLS. REGULAR MONTHLY ATTENDANCE. KELLY—Tuvatmv. 22nd. at the DEADFORT ARM,' HOTEL (rivate apartments), and REGULARLY EVERY MONTH. R AINLESS

DENTISTRY. ELLS. REGULAR MONTHLY ATTENDANCE. KELLY—Tuvatmv. 22nd. at the DEADFORT ARM,' HOTEL (rivate apartments), and REGULARLY EVERY MONTH. R AINLESS

MESSRS. DAVIES, NURGEoN DENTISTS, 10 LOWER SACKVILLE STREET, DUBLIN, Established 1853, Beg to notify to their numerous Patients that one of the Firm will attend personally on the above date, and regularly every Month. Meows. DAVIKs . system of Artificial Teeth, protected by Ha*
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
INVESTMENT LIFE POLICIES

INVESTMENT LIFE POLICIES

(peculiar to this Institution). Combining all the advantages of an Ordinary Life Assurance with a mcst Profitable Investment. Unattainable In Any Other Institution Illnitrations of Actual Results forwarded on application. Special Advantages to Immediate Entrants. LIFE ASSOCIATIO
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
KELLS PETTY SESSIONS 7. Before TIMM LL, chairman C A Nicholson, Thomas Bothwell, George Bomford, John Keating, and George McCarthy,

KELLS PETTY SESSIONS 7. Before TIMM LL, chairman C A Nicholson, Thomas Bothwell, George Bomford, John Keating, and George McCarthy,

B M. The sanitary authority prosecuted John Daly for having a house unfit for human habitation. On the case being called, the sanitary sub-officer stated that defendant was doing up the house. In consideration of this, the case was adjourned. Sergeant Jingles charged J Farrelly
19 January 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland