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THE IRISH WOOLLEN TRADE.

THE IRISH WOOLLEN TRADE.

I IRISH WOOLLEN TRADE. . Ihis simply repeating a vell-kaown. fact when, it is stated that not many decades ago one of the staple industries of this country, and one of its most important ones as well. was the manufac- ture of woollen goods. The merest tyro in Irish, history is fa
04 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY'S CATTLE SHOW.

THE ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY'S CATTLE SHOW.

THlE ROYAL DUBLIN SOC'ETY'S CATTLE SHIOW. The arrangements for the Spring Cattle Show of the Royal Dublin Society, to be opened on ITuesday next, are now in a very complete state of preparation. Thanks to the energy, displayed by Messrs Mleade in laying down the floor for the i b
04 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING NTLIIGEN= DUBLIN SHIPPING LIsr-FanR . Barometer, 30230. Arrived-Foreign steamers-Sophie, Dautzic, wheat; City of Malawa, Malaga, general. For ig-n sailing ves- sels-Nil. Steam ?? NM'Alitock, New. port; Dublin, Garstori; Captain Cook, Cardeif: St evrm, :arston; Calypso, B
06 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SOUDAN.

THE SOUDAN.

#THE StSOUDANl-. I .. 1 THE TAKING OF TAMAL. __ . . ;THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE! SUAKIM-BERBER RAILWAY. [ PROBABLE WITHDRAWIAL OF THE BRITISH FROM1 TE SOUDAN. EXPECTED DESPATCH OF TURKIRiH, TROOPS TO THE SEAT OF WAR. ARAB DEFECTIONS FROM OSMAN 'DGNA. THE SUAKIM FIASCO, MR. J. J. O'X
06 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STEPHENS FUND.

THE STEPHENS FUND.

THE - STEPHENS FUND. I _- _ _ I Aiready acknowledged ?? ?? £30S 14 0- s Inhabitants of Gorey, per J A Scott 5 0 0 A F'ew Viuegar Hill Boys, per " Fon. M tenoy" ?? . ?? , 110 0 PI Harvey, Grange, Waterford , 0 2 6 6r Collected by John Clancy, T C- 6t JWS ?? ?? £1 0 0 Le Edward Kel
06 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARGE OF STEALING PUBLIC DOCUMENTS.

CHARGE OF STEALING PUBLIC DOCUMENTS.

. CHARGE OF STEAITNQ PUBU-C ' OCrM TS ' - . _. . I. . Yesterday, in'the Southern Plolk-e Court, beR Mr. Byrie, QC, Mi iael Coyle, careaker - t OourthonaeGreew street, w-cs charged br Acrg- iuespetbr Pieatly, ' C, -ltd Sergeant Have,, ?? G, with having from tirme to time. since Fe
02 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH CATTLE TRADE.

THE IRISH CATTLE TRADE.

- ?? l ~ Yesterday a special meeting of the Irish Cattle. 5 Trade Association was held at the offices. of the 'f Farmer's GazetW Bachelor's- walk, for the transac- r tion of important business. Professor Baldwin Was voted to the chair. There were also pre- s sent- e Mlessr; John
02 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIFTH LANCERS.

THE FIFTH LANCERS.

THE FIFTH LA-NCS. i, A01CIO- OF THE DUTE OF CA3MRIDGE. WITEDRAWAL OF THE TWO Cox MAN-DING OFFICERS. Little over a month has elapsed since tw, squadrons of the Fifth Lancers sailed IVC the hi"'d transport, the Lydian Monarch, from Kingston to the seat of war in the Soudan. Prior t
02 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO INDIA.

THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO INDIA.

I THE SHORTESTROUTETOQINDI f . i - . . . . -e ' .~ _ , i ; . .~ i Atm meeting 'of ?? ?? Eu- _4metrg -iv-~n gineers of Ireland ?? tig~ht-Mr. Aspinal in the chair ?? - t- ' Ir. Jamea 'Price read a -uper ehiiled.-j' He L, Shortest Route to India," The writer proposed' rk a Trans-Ara
02 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

[ .tA 4 E. ' - :; I .S~~i+AgWEY! ?? ?? ?? p oclainatin da 1in'thMarcir, ITh,. it is directed thi'll. soldiera- w vowul¢ ?? wise be entitledn. purauco of tbz tens of their-enlistment, to be trannared 'to t 'e isha11 cpntiue in 'armyservie .unti 1legally 'ai ?? clzred 4r,!tr ulsfer
02 April 1885 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland