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  • County: Wexford, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

26 May 1900

SAWURDAY, MAY 26. 1900. •6mo S DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED ELD THE GREAT OPPORTUNITY NOTTO BE MISSED. 0 S Ladies who wish to should save money • grasp the present op- portunity of procuring their new Costumes at - - SIANUFACTIFILESILIP The LATEST PRICEY.

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

20 Nov 1903

a patient filament three-fourths, he would deal Mr. Moore then .came forward, 'and with them and put forward to the Land said as several of the tenant* en Lady Commission that their holdings should hi .lnnally's estate expressed a datire to pure deemea

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

10 Nov 1905

married into trade and money. The (*boors admired Mr. ,rt.mrli very much ; but some of them' 'lied a way of deploring his lax vie rind hi. unlikeness for permanence whi , highly offended Peg. Poor little Mrs. Searle liked the cos forts Which hec . connection

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

7 Nov 1913

yourself, for instanee— What miter said Hickman, starting round his face became pale as aitheei, kites it to at once! ' Hot Heffernan held it firmly between his fingers, and men !y shook his head. while, witi: a gentle smile. he said. The hauler who entrusted

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

1 Apr 1910

the Budget. Mr. Dodd (Grange) Iliad* a remark which was inaudible. Mr. P. Walsh—Stand up and speak. Mr. ('odd-1 can talk sitting down. Mr. Devereux—Why dum Mr. Walsh oppose that resolution! Mr. Walsh—Bemuse of the people who sent it here. Mr. Devereux—l

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

27 Jun 1913

its jaws, eerrwsl him off. purring and growling hcrrihly it went. It had its teeth Meal ill his right arm and ifhoulder. so that his face was uppermost, while his feet dragged on the emend. lie wore spurs, which kept (-etching in the earth, until the leathers

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

19 Nov 1909

got into rommunication with one Mary enlighten mid succour the moat of laird Kingston's servant.. and took up iinnorthy of sinners.- St. ldelbert. his residence furtively in Mr. Barry hotel, which stood almost I: PDSite to the The name, of Mother of

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

8 Jan 1943

said would have probably established his right to the father's peerage but for his early death. hud, however, been knighted on his own account for services in the royal cause. by Charles I, and on the election of his uncle to the peerage as Viscount Burke

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

8 Oct 1915

home country residents in his Gemini.' Irish Alliance. Ile was unauccessfuld has opposed the Red-, mond Rome Rule programme. and. course, didn't get a very warm recol,„' tion when he went to Ireland. sheds further light on Mr. Cumming',l famous visit

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

29 Jan 1915

tivriy. Mr. T. Fte.- girrald started the bid-ling at £lOO, Mr. Ilm ti ii Breen, Ca ial in. hid £106; Mr. Itron, 11111: Mr. Itreen, .1:115: Mr. Fitzgerald. €l2O. When Leo lidding rearb,•4l 1:155 Mes4rs. Ills-in apt Itrefel ii.e.rea‘etl it to CIRC. Mr. A. P

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

28 Jul 1911

what, Mrs. Bulger P And that she was going to—to have her fling. To_have—what? To have her Bing. Those rere her very words. And I can't for the life of me tell what she meant. Father Feely clasped his hands ar' sat gazing fixedly at his toes for

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

12 Aug 1921

appeared in Dublin paper where conxpeny was organdie's fer eleetricity from the beep for the whole laird. - 071 tie proposition of Mr. Hanley, ee. m ead by Mr. Butler, the Shosisoorthy oresniteses resolution wee Tits le &ICH OP CTTimaanai. e. desk but no

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Wexford People

Wexford People Wexford, Republic of Ireland

28 Dec 1907

between myself and his disagreeable compunv. And when I aid look his way 1 could drinly I bald an enemy, though he. tried htird to hied, his chagrin at nay late sudeness. I could also set , Aunt Emma did not. care very mush for Mr. French, yet she 11111(14

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

25 Jul 1947

licensed. Mr. Kelly said his client sent in his brother to licence the dogs and he licensed four of them. The Justice imposed a fine of 108. in each case. iWhiskey Blamed.— John Rendrick, Rathgarogue, was charged with a serious offence. Mr. T. J. Kelly

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

21 Nov 1924

sending his here. Mr. Ccadon—l propose that • eommittee visit .he parents ghat the chiM. Mr. ISeegan-4 don't see why we Mould sismaint the parents 'heat the child. Miss Oltvan—lf his parents are not able to control him this is not the place for his. Re should

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

27 Dec 1918

nanchtar). Mr. lidwand O'Neill—How much sr* you est:online to xoti. Mrs Franklinliars you thilifrun of year nue Mr. Neill--Ves, Mr,. Franklin-- -What does it omit you to fires'. them P (laughter). Mr. O'Neill—A good penny (laughter). (Itairmen -Mrs. Franklin

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

15 Mar 1912

Ike IL The Chairman said the magistralos wuidd give a decree. Mr. 1101'Conner--:You need sot mind thnl ikelfpenny, Mr. Kavanagh. . - ,Air. Lennmi-L-1 am gratefel.tat,ydsfeal your voniments. .Mrs. Walsh—You need not; they awe' dearly due to you. The wrong

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

28 Oct 1910

love, his mora than womanly devotion, to widen his own heart could give no adequate re_ sponse. But Muriel's beautiful hand was trembling on his arm; her white brow was leaning on his shoulder; her perfumed hair, stirred by her breath sad hi-. was quivering

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

29 Apr 1932

Father O'Byrne. seconded by Mr. Murphy, Borris, Mr. J. A. Fitzpatrick wax unanimously elected calla Ain. Mr. Fttapatnek thanked tho meeting' for electing him. The election of hon. sec. caused some discussion. Mr. Lennon tendered his resignation. The advisability

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

9 Jul 1943

of roam: sp. ~it* *altrs of to his Lordship tie' !Ike!** Of a. WERFORff INltttlif • *BURT. at thl Com:thou% Wexford, on Tweeds), at 11 o'clock,' before Thlrft hi no &Wall duile, tint win pmeentiell leftit what* el his Ord dt4niu. m skim!. On the hit

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