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lx Rows W • MeDeedld asked ill blind whether all the jams Qeser's Carty have bees ordered wide toms awl foe woos that Gibbsbo ; whether w et seemly 88 per mr 1.... ; be is bilis the wain Nome ; aware that bet eel per ..tad July Mr JOrstos, the sots, ledge el swim; whether jades t
02 August 1888 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
RATMOIBOON PUMP.

RATMOIBOON PUMP.

Mr Garvey said he bad received a letter froin Clerk calling his attention to the fact that the Guardians were of opinion that a pump was very mach required in the district, and asking if Mr Bennett would bear portion of the expense of having one erected. He (Mr Garvey) considere
19 August 1886 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RAMBLER FROM CLARE.

THE RAMBLER FROM CLARE.

(IRON lILL•LOK comuaroinatra In the Orem world, peopled as it is wi • thousand diversified attranious, there Is so sane so talisinsok its owe department as that of Johnny Patterson. There is scarcely an Irishman the earth over who las not heard of this peat celebrity of fan. It
19 August 1886 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
Tilt: Rev. J. Soudan, C.C., in an able speech proposed a series of practical resolutions, which were seconikd by Mr

Tilt: Rev. J. Soudan, C.C., in an able speech proposed a series of practical resolutions, which were seconikd by Mr

kleaglier, coroner, and passed with acclamation. Pressure of apace aluue prevents our giving them .e but in view o f the importauce and interest uuivetsally attached to the questions of hunting and poor law elections we submit tie following extracts to our readers' consideratima
26 February 1885 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
Upwards of Zion people esseiubled ou Sunday last to see tbe above meet at knoll° to kick a match. A

Upwards of Zion people esseiubled ou Sunday last to see tbe above meet at knoll° to kick a match. A

field was kindly lent by Air Kelly, with his usual very great kiiiduess and generosity, for the °median. l'nfeisely at 2 o'clock 17 on each aide "pealed" to contest the laurels. Though the day was wit very propitious, yet considering everything it was not Lou bad. 'the fallowisi
26 February 1885 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD (With the couseut of the Landlord), the Tenant's Interest in a most Desirable FARM, CONTAINING 12 IRISH

TO BE SOLD (With the couseut of the Landlord), the Tenant's Interest in a most Desirable FARM, CONTAINING 12 IRISH

ACRES OP PIUS UPLAND. The Farm is situate at BALLYK INASH Within about One Mile of hire, is well watered fenced, and bmd under a lease for years, mut years of which remain udespired, and at the nominal rent of £l2. There is also one acre of bog attached. For particulars address,
26 February 1885 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.

A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.

F. R. MALONEY, Wholesale and Family Grocer, PLAIN AND FANCY BAWL :CASTLE 1107 EL. NENAGIL SZABON 1889. IRISH CHIEFTAIN.
08 June 1889 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SERIES OF ARTICLES "HOW THE POOR LIVE". By GEORGE R. SIMS, Illustrated bit FREDERICK BARNARD, NOW APPEARING IN THE

THE SERIES OF ARTICLES "HOW THE POOR LIVE". By GEORGE R. SIMS, Illustrated bit FREDERICK BARNARD, NOW APPEARING IN THE

PICTORIAL WORLD , Should be read by all those who have at heart the interests of their fellow men, as they show, in a powerful, graphic, and truthful manner, the hardships and privations endured by the London Poor.
26 July 1883 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MIDLAND TRIBUNE, BIRR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 43, 1886.

THE MIDLAND TRIBUNE, BIRR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 43, 1886.

ROSCREA UNION.—TIIURSPAY. W. P. H. L. VAUGHAN (in the chair). Other Guardians Fewer —Win J Menton, O'Brire, Denial Kennedy, Al Quaney, W K Roe, George Hoe, Garret Farrell, William Mitchell, George Frend, Martin Hennessy, William Jackson, Henry P Bridge, Vice, Brid,re, K A Burris
28 October 1886 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
WIT AND HUMOUR.

WIT AND HUMOUR.

a downward course—rAiM ient of colour—Painters A difficult missam—Submission. Moat of the tune iu hot water—The washer woman. Where oue man " wants little here below," three others are within hailing distanc.!whowant ell, Nut Disobedient—Alaalma: " Fratikie, are you eating those
28 October 1886 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland