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•4IKNICAN LINE

•4IKNICAN LINE

•4IKNICAN UNITRD STATES MAIL STEAMERS. 4Asc IO PHI LADELPHIfi RVIIRT al Pirst-e s All-powered. I ron &reappointed to hail 'LORD CI.IVr. . 4pr If' • PRIN.:EN . V I . 1001 I.VANIA . Apr 1111111 Vt'aulre.day. Apr 3 • LORD GOUGH % rdrie.day, May "SRITI3IICROW Saturday, is) 11 Cabin 1
19 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
A LUCKY ESCAPF..

A LUCKY ESCAPF..

At the recent Middlesex Sessions, before the 4anlitant Judge, Thorn :a Busse was inuicted for conveyite , certain letter out of her Ma esty's Prison at Holloway, contrary to the regulations of that prison sir. Met prosecuted on behalf of the Treasury ; the prisoner w undefended
05 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
CLOSING OF CUPS AND PLATES.

CLOSING OF CUPS AND PLATES.

All Racee and Plates clove at 10 o'clock. p in, on the dates given, with Mr Hunter, 69 St !Meehan's Green. East, Dublin. Ss Rootage on all Races except Farmers' Race. which is 2s U. Thursday, 10th April. 2nd Entry, 17th ApriL The Meath Hunt Cup.. 2 toys .. 3 soya Navin (up .. 2
05 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
UPON THE DEATH OF PRINCE LEOPOLD.

UPON THE DEATH OF PRINCE LEOPOLD.

(Communicated.) Again the blast of death has struck, With mighty force, that tree of England's pride, Severing from thence a goodly limb—a limb That had itself ta'en root, was bidding fair to be A comely noble stock. Though now and then a branch is torn away, Spoiling the even g
05 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
Nlllllllll AND Nitric... Post boo, from 67, Orest Russell Street, opposite British Museum, by

Nlllllllll AND Nitric... Post boo, from 67, Orest Russell Street, opposite British Museum, by

12 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
P. 0.0. TO ME ••olt PAP•PLIII TO

P. 0.0. TO ME ••olt PAP•PLIII TO

P. 0.0. TO ME TO av M' SPITALFIELDS SILKS ‘ FOR FURNITURE AND DRESSES. Embroolery and Textile Fahroinok by R. HELBRON NEE, mu S M. Oxford Ktfeet , London. THE "CAMDENFOUNTAIN FEN." PATENT, Awns'. THE PERFECTION OF "FOUNTAIN" OR RESERVOIR PENS. Simple in Conatruction. Cannot get o
12 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
BELLAMY'S DISCOVERY, LAME AND BEti g liiiE w D HORSES. SPRAINS, BRUISES, INPLAMED SWELLINGS, BONE SPAVIN, Curb Splint, and Sony

BELLAMY'S DISCOVERY, LAME AND BEti g liiiE w D HORSES. SPRAINS, BRUISES, INPLAMED SWELLINGS, BONE SPAVIN, Curb Splint, and Sony

Pormattons, WINDGALLB CURE THORIM and ORPIN ROG SPAVIN, D REMOVED. without firing or injury to the Hone. Remedy for Sprains. 6.; None tc.. M. Windmills, Bog Spann, Sc.. 16. Id.; Carriage mat. P. 0.0. OR CHEQUE TO ACCOMPANY ORDER. Fall particulars and testimonials Post Free on ap
12 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
SINGULAR CRUELTY CASE.

SINGULAR CRUELTY CASE.

at the elderly widow, named Hannah Maria Day, was lately charged on live separate summations with cruelty to animals. Front the evidence it appeared that the defeedant was a woman of eccentric habits, and kept in her house a number of cat., dogs, and canaries. They were kept in
12 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
CIIAPI ER XI.

CIIAPI ER XI.

TYR DAGI'EHREHTTPE FEoM THE DEM/ ITE. ONE bright morning, toward the close of fleptem` er, A rden strolle( ton nook, a mile above the fall, filled with rocks and water plants and hs became so absorbed in transferring them to his sketch-book, that time pass-d insensibly on. The h
12 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
AND CAVAN AD

AND CAVAN AD

FOR HER BARE. " Milli Cameron " Leonia ameron, lazily looking out of a how win leg upon a garden flaming with autumn tints and sunset glow, lifted a pair of soft dark eyes to Mrs. Tollman's face. It was an anxious face just at that moment, and being us ally full of placid conten
19 April 1884 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland