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THE NATIONAL BANK.

THE NATIONAL BANK.

r : . TMI4TioNALI BALN- .. : ?? - . . ,, *0 - TO .TH EDITOR OP ThE FREEM.A-N. . Slis-ThenameofMrcikidenr, MP, issnowspenlv mentloned as- the intended future chairmant | the National Bank. The statements published by I v youn and received by many with some incredulity, LIare thus
07 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING( INTELLIGENCE. O DUBLIN SHIPPING LIST-YySmnoAr. Wind -and Weather-N W; light breeze; -ine and clean: Biromerer. 36.10. Arrived-Foreign ?? Host, of St John's. Cfron -New York, with petroleum oil. Foreicn sailing vessels-Nil. Steamt ?? 31'Clure, forai Newpbrt- Maagje k-ina
07 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RATHMINES BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.

THE RATHMINES BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.

THE flAT MINES BRANCH OF TH'E, ! . SAMION-L LEAGUE. I I o _ I Last evening the annual meeting of the Rath- mines Branch of the Iris', National League was held in th eir rooms, Upper Rthrmines, Mr. P. Cuommins, T C, president, in the chair. Ajerngst those present were- - I ,I esrs
22 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKETS.

NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKETS.

lat wYORK PRODUCZ MAKES. I LATEST CABLE QUOTATIONS FOR Fl7URZ DELUVERY. Newr York, Wexeisy. ! V0RTLT opee steady, ?? unchaaged, Aund during e-lY t-ig there was; a heav7 inami-. tD cover shortj Waes. sabes at first were jlS follows.-May, 83 anldi 89*; J3 , 8S; Jkly, 78 and 77T; Au
22 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL OCCURRENCE.

DREADFUL OCCURRENCE.

DREADFUL OCCURRENOR F IVE MMEN CEOKE) BY SEWER GAS. The Paris parer ef yesterday contain harmro inz accounts of it terrible accident wh" occurred in the 3lle (l Daex Ponts on Monday, and which ?? in ?? deaths of five men under ci- |stances as dreadful as singular. 'sT'l lives of
14 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN MARKETS.

AMERICAN MARKETS.

?? AMRC ANK: MURKETSS. - ~ ~ - -f REUTR'SSTOCKS. N1kw Ybrk, TuesitT. But few itnmbra Well pre6ent on the, Stock E scaange to-day, and w-hef it became toppezet that their abrswce alade it u2fair ta tram sibusi- lesa t-be meeting ,f the - Goiernmg Connittaee decided to close the Ex
14 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE-YESTERDAY I NORTHERsN DIVISION. (Before Mr. Keys.) CEARGE Or BEGtLAnY. -Matthew Hyland, a middle-aged man. was charged with breaking into the shop of Thomas Smith, in Capel-street, I'nd stealing therefrom a quantity of cutlery, etc. Wauiam Guitfoyle deposed, h
29 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN MARKETS.

AMERICAN MARKETS.

I. AMERICAN MAKETS. - I. REUTER'S STOCKS. The Stock Market 2'.ew York~, WednesdaY. The Sock Mrketopened stron with an urn-' proved feeling, but met with severe pressurre aggainst coal stocks and ~specmiaities which were, forced down 2 to 3~ The general lis-t also', became heavy,
29 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SEIPPING INTELLIGEIN i ._ - ?? %. DUBLIN SEIPPING LI3T-Y5TERDAY. W;nd and ;veatler-Wveslerly, strong breeze, 5squh11i ndl luli: shaoers of ruln. 1taromerer. 29.16 Arr:-etl-n.-oin steamners-tlen Tilt. ?? cr-nat. barleyv. f-ow~c e saiingz vosSess-YiL StOant coil:ohrs;-ia-;er. from
10 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. WM. O'BRIEN'S RETURN.

MR. WM. O'BRIEN'S RETURN.

|MR. WM. O'BRIEN'S RETUR . ILUWESS OF CAPTAIN PLlKETr. (FRnO OUR REPORTERn) Cori; Monday. Mr. Wrn O'Brien, 3 P, having arrived in Cork from Youghal at 140 IS mn to-day, left for Dublin by the limited mail, starting at 2 10. The bhon gentleman, who looked in capitallwalth and spir
27 March 1888 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland