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  • For Years: 1890 - 1899

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 Dec 1894

specially sent for his convenience and attached to the boat train. Though the 4411 wan t rough, the distinguished travel. Ii had a fairly good from liii lordship was met at Dover by the Dowager Duchess cf Marlborough, Lady Wimborne, and Lady. Curzoa. Lord

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Cork Daily Herald

Cork Daily Herald Cork, Republic of Ireland

7 Aug 1893

improbable that Mr Vesisebilt wi:l have to expend the sum of at least £150,000 Define be can call the vessel his ow. - - Iselgur of the hull is Mr St Clare Byrne, et Ceetie-streat, a yacht architect who has no little fame by reason of former dealas, Mr Vanderbilt

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1895

by Galhard—Dressmaker Mr D Baird’s Witchcraft Mr Chalonei’s c Faust—Capua Mr L de Rothschild’s Little Bob Capt MacheU’s Mr J Waugh’s Aggie Marden Sherwood’s Bellinetti Mr Elton’s Australian Mint Mr Manser’s by Umpire—Lady Jane Mr K Bevridgc filly by J

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

16 Nov 1892

Straight Mile. Mr Moncriefl’s Ben, sjrs. 10« t, Cannon 1 Mr Chatterton’s Battle Cackle, filly by Laird of Cockpen, dam Katllecap, 2yrs, Oat 71b, S Chandle; . • ••• ••• ••• Mr G Uanghton’s Mrs Qailp. 2yn, 7st lib, Bradford ••• Mr E Percy’s Irish

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

14 Sep 1896

8 Briatow, The Hon Chief Justice, Goldney, Trinidad Lady Goldney, J H Hunter, Dublin ; W Hudson, J Durie, Dublin Mr and Mrs William Laird, Mr and Mrs John Laird, Mr and Mrs John Laird, Mr and Mrs Bevis, Dr Editor Irish

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

7 Sep 1896

to say tb* least, worthy of Master Far rail's reputation. and oonviaoee that, were it not for his Ills befor* and daring hi* examination, hav* repeated hi* performance last year. Th* college ha* also s*cor*d composition pria* Latin in Preparatory Grade

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 Oct 1896

Quarlict that Mr Mis. Clara Greet, and the clever though «- • j- • j Rev Mr of Mr Hobson aige- Maurier creates, will disappointed. Tne rauskoteare J f tbe Ta |f y ( M 1> wistful and sweet Trilby, the romantic genius erley), the Laird (Mr Foster Ceurtenay)

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 Feb 1896

sy. .F 7 Mr Retlfern’s Fatherless, 6y Jarvis 7 Mr Cohen’s Vic, 4y Andrews 7 7 Mr Reid Walker’s Burnett, Golc 77 Mr Fulton’s Lady Lucy 11, 5y . Lewis 7 7 PrinceSoltykofTs Lorikeet, 3y Waugh 7 7 laird Derby’s Dingle Buy. 4y Lanibl-m 7 5 Mr Leopold Ro

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

12 Jul 1894

of Cnlrois,” was not the only-Primrose whom Mr Beveridge has discovered to bo connected with Culross. He finds Archibald Primrose, laird of Burnbrae, near Kincardine, marrying Margaret, daughter of Blaw, laird of Castlehill (now Uunioiarle) Curnock. Again

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

22 Oct 1896

year. Messrs. Laird Brothers. Birkenhead, yesterday launched the twin-screw steamer Monster, the third of a fleet in course of construction for the aooelerated mail between England and Ireland. The veesel, which waa named Dy Mrs Wm Laird, wife of the senior

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

2 May 1895

the action of their agents circulating such statements. If a member forfeited his seat because his agent circulated hot cards cockades he should equally forfeit his seat if his agent circulated slanders with the intention deceiving the electors. Dr FARQUHARSON

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Sep 1896

Conservative patty ; Mr Edward Evans, jun, Leader the Liberal party ; Lady Derby, Lady Forw rod, Sit E Uussell,Sir John Brunner. Mr H Watts, Mr J Wilcox, M ; the Rev A Armstrong, Mr 1» Forwood,Mr W Rathlone. Bowning, Mr Edward Lawrence, Mr Warr, M 1‘ ; Flannety

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

2 Jan 1893

worn by Mr. Fowler, Mr. Asquith, Mr. Arnold Morley, Professor Bryce and Mr. Arthur Acland at Mr. Gladstone’s fulldress Parliamentary dinner on the eve of the Session. The additions and improvements at the House of Commons include a lift the ladies’ gallery

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Apr 1894

Redraspberry. Bought by Mr Strongman, Limerick, for 27 guineas. From Mr A Forrest, Ballyphilip. Glanmire —Farmer’s Fancy, blood red, calved 7th May, 1892. got by bull bred Lady Corbcry. Bought Mr C Bolster, Mallow, for guineas. From Mr J Penrose-Fitzgerald

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

8 Oct 1895

adapter has been well advised in representing hi- Trilby as more refined young person than the Trilby of the original. Undoubtedly the greatest blot upon Mr Du Maurier’s book is his unnecessary degradation his heroine. Even a person of Trilby’s loose early

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

10 Nov 1892

law if they think the law can be broken with impunity. What has Mr Motley done with regard to them advertised his entry into otfice by repealing the only two clauses of the Crimes Act we thought it necessary to keep in force in Ireland—the section of

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1896

Anitas -Byan 8 4 Mr J H Hculdaworth'a Photo. .Byan 8 4 Mr MilM I'Aaaon'* Lady Kenilworth, W I'Anaon 8 4 Mr Janet FoaterJ Enoch 8 4 Mr Jm Lowther'* Otte J Enoch 8 4 Mr Jm Lowther'* Delbarta J Enoch 8 4 Mr H Nettling.. Jewitt 8 4 Mr H McOalmcnt'i

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

5 Sep 1896

Miss Baker (Secretary of the Ladies' Committee), Mrs Pike. Mis Barter, Mrs Jerome Morphy, Mrs James Murphy. Mrs Coppinger. Mrs Singleton. Mrs and the Misses Smyth, i* Their Excellencies were immediately conducted to the Lecture Hall, were statements were

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

20 Nov 1896

a paper “Commercial Immoralitiea was read by Mr J L Coperaan. The chair was occupied Mr W Lane, J P (president of the eociety), and there was a very large attendance members. Mr Co an, in the course his paper which was moat interesting, said it was stated

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Cork Constitution

Cork Constitution Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 Mar 1896

Wheels” this week remarks -Among the prettiest tiders I have seen may included Lady Lorgan. Lady Cairns, Lady Norreys, Mrs W 11 Grenfell, Mrs Charringtou, and Lady Gritliu. How Lady Norreys’ skill was noised abroad’l not know. She was only twice Battersea

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