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I Dust Irisft news f c l ; : ; : " I CITY OF DUBLIN". , i Dublin Weekly Freeman. Nov. 12.) The National Assurance company of Ireland is to' be transferred to the Yorkshire Insurance company. n lias been decided that there are to be no figure dances at the next Dublin ' i Feis. i f 'Mr. John Redmond. M. P., lias ar-plied ar-plied for shares in the national exhibition, exhibi-tion, mid ho expressed his full approval of the project. Mr. Nannetti, M. P., has also applied for shares. ; At the opening; of the session of the i ' National Literary society on Monday, air. T. W. Jiillcs'ton made reference to the proposal to erect some public memorial me-morial of James Clarence Mangan in Dublin. The United Irish league standing committee met on Tuesday and dealt with a large amount of correspondence connected with the claims of the evicted evict-ed tenants for reinstatement and the -working of the land act generally. f Francis K. Ruddy, Dublin, a clerk in the employment of the congested districts dis-tricts board, .was on Thursday discharged dis-charged under the first offenders' act by the Ballyhaunis magistrate on pleading guilty to a charge of embezzling embez-zling 29 3s 3d. Sir Christopher Nixon delivered an interesting address on the occasion of ithe inauguration of the medical session at the Mater Misedricordae hospital on Tuesday. The Most Rev. Dr. Uealy. Archbishop of Tuam, who presided, when replying to a vote of thanks, delivered de-livered a speech on the university question. I On Tuesday a meeting was held in I ' 1he rooms, 102 Capel street, to establish a branch of the United Irish league in (the Inns' Quay ward. The high sheriff Alderman Coffev) presided. Mr. Joseph Devolin, M. P., Mr. Nannetti. M. P., and ether speakers addressed the meeting. . On Monday before Mr. Justice Meredith, Mere-dith, it was stated that owing to the fall in consols the estate which Mr. John K. Redmond, M. P., took from the late Oienoral Redmond was insolvent, and that there would be a. deficiency to the extent of 400, even depriving Mr. Jiedmond of the bonus. 4 On Wednesday Judge Ross, in a case rf Johnson's estate. County Donegal described de-scribed the prices offered by the tenants as "monstrous." and expressed his opin- ! ion that "wreckers" were going about the country advising the tenants iigainst buying. He said the prices suggested by the land commmission for tenancies on the Dwyer estate, Tipper-wry-, were "startling." I On Thursday in the Southern police mart, before Mr. Swifte, Patrick Kava-nagh, Kava-nagh, 8 New street, milk contractor to the South Dublin union workhouse, was fined 2 for supplying milk from which I T,o per cent of its fats had been ab- I stracled. Joseph Doyle, 122 Cork street. ' was fined 3 on the same occasion for supply to the workhouse milk adulter- i j te by the addition of 19.7 per cent of water. -4 I On Thursday Mr. Justice Koss, in the I case of a county Limerick estate where Ithe solicitor said the tenants had only offered twenty-years' purchase on second-term rents, remarked that they tc nicj to think they had got it all their own way. and that he would "teach I them.-' Jn another case where Mr. f Rose Todd, the solicitor, stated that I . some leiiants who were not paying their 1 icnts had refused to make a proposal I lor purchase, his lordship, in reply to a J MiggcMion from the solicitor, observed 1 that they ought certainly be proceeded j i. gainst by ejectment. On Friday before Mr. Justice Rose, in 4 Dowling's estate, county Tipperary, the ! roljcitor having carriage said the ten-1 ten-1 ;.nts had offered from nineteen to twen-j twen-j l -three years" purchase, but appeared I to think they would' not have to pay 1 their arrears as a condition of the if terms, although he had been quite clear I with them on the subject. Mr. Justice I Ross directed that if they did not pay I half a year's rent on account within a J fortnight they should be sued at the 1 January sessions. After that he would I consider the terms of purchase. I On Wednesday evening between 7 and I S o'clock a laborer named Patrick Ryrne, aged 22 years, residing at 13 i Emily place. Lower Sheriff street, while 5 "engaged in covering the main hatch of I . the steamer Shamrock, lying at the North Wu.ll. accidentally overbalanced I himself and fell into the hold, a dis-I dis-I tance of about twenty feet. He sus-I sus-I tained serious injuries to the left leg I and arm. !ALL AROUND IRELAND. Reductions cf the police force in County Limerick are announced. i j Twenty-four deaths from diphtheria I have occurred in Longford. I - A successful Feis was held in Ath- I league, County Roscommon, on Sun- l . clay. I The body of Margaret Glenn, the j third victim of the Coleraine boating I accident, has been' recovered. I A man named Walsh has been ar- rested in Rallinrobe and handed over I 10 the Glasgow police on a charge of j - bigamy. t A County Tyrone trader has been I fined 2 10? for selling tobacco on the I public road without a hawker's license. I A farm laborer named James Mc- j Mullen lias been arrested and charged Iwith the murder of Daniel Mallon at Moy on Friday night. On Wednesday the city of Dciry I Orangemen passed resolutions con'-. I demning the present Dublin Castle f regime and Devolution. I '' be Xatan guardiins have passed a I resolution condemning: the zones sys- I tetn and calling for inspection under I the land purchase act. I "." ' 4 ' I It is announced that the strike at the Lee lxwj( factory. Cork, has been I brought to a satisfactory termination. 4 v onsta.oie.iiayes. 01 .the R. j. c.. w ho I w-s- stationer .it .Dcrry till recrntlv. t was nn Thursday sentenced to a I month's imprisonment for larceny, f - ' 4-. Tbe Dcrry nationalists are arranging I ;' Public reception .for M'rs. Redmond. ! I Dillon and Devlin n t he ,nc-,lsi,.1 ,,r i "n ir coming visit to that cilv. I At. a lnw'tiim of the Jiortheast Cork i executive. U. L L.. at Kanturk. a. series I f icsolutionis were passed dealing with I the claims of the evicted tenants. i TSl 1'OsUnistresp at Newport, County I Tipperary. has been remanded in ous- I todj-. charged with the embezzlement of I several hundred pounds of , postofiiee 1 money. : At the annual meeting of the Iver- I a?b branch of the Gaelic league1 on I Friday a ratisfactory report of the ptogress of the language movement in I Cahiciveen district was submitted. ' !- 4 . - , '1 ! On Tuesday the, annual reunion of I natives of Donegal", resident in ' Green - I oek, was held in the Irish National in- 4 sutute of that town. The Rev. A. C ) Ward. AdmiC Car ri clc, County Donegal, who pres ided, delivered a stirring ad- j dress. . ! 4 Mother M. Brigid O'Curry, last sur- j viving daughter of Eugene O'Curry, the j great Gaelic scholar, and antiquarian,' ciicd at Lore to Abbey, Rathfarnham, a: few days ago. 4 During last October 1.337 person emigrated emi-grated from Derry to th United States and HO to British North America. These figures show an increase. 4 The Westport board of guardians has demanded a reduction in tlie rents of the people of the rural district in consequence conse-quence of the failure of the crops this year. 4 The owners of two foreign trawlers were each fined '20' and costs at Ban-try Ban-try petty sessions on Monday for illegal il-legal fishing at the mouth of Bantry bay. - A lady candidate for the position of relieving officer in Limerick, in succession succes-sion to her father, who formerly held the position, was defeated by a large majority. The relieving officers of Tuam union report that the potato crop this year is not half as good as it was last year. Reports of distress arising from the failure of the crops come also from Donegal. 4 ' ' At a representative meeting held in Wicklow on Monday a demand was made for the introduction of a marine works bill in the next session of parliament par-liament for the improvement of the harbors and piers of the youtheast coast. An address of welcome was presented present-ed on Friday to John 0',Callaghan, general gen-eral secretary of the United Irish League of America, by the Belfast executive ex-ecutive of the United Irish League. The secretary of the local branch of the United Irish League has received notification of the surrender to the Widow Deegan of the farm at Kilcap-pagh. Kilcap-pagh. the taking of which was condemned con-demned at a recent demonstration. A boy of 10 or 12 years of age met with a shocking accident at Ennis on Monday evening. His brother in play painted a gun at him and accidentally discharged a cartridge loaded with powder into his face. 4 . At a meeting of the northeast Cork executive U. I. L. on Monday a proposal pro-posal to appoint delegates to the Cork advisory committee was defeated by thirty-two votes to fifteen, after a speech by Father Kennedy, C. C. Mr. William O'Brien, M. P., has written writ-ten to the mayor of Limerick postponing postpon-ing the signing of the roll of honorary citizens of Limerick to some future occasion oc-casion when the leader of the Irish party and himself may be able to receive re-ceive the honor together, 4 Thomas Ivcrs, a young man, living in Curratoora, County Mayo, has been returned for trial on a charge of having hav-ing caused the death of Daniel McEllin, from the same place,-in a quarrel. Mr. William O'Brien, M. P., has written to the secretary of the Fort Murphy or Riverstown defense committee com-mittee accepting the presidency of the committee, and enclosing a subscription subscrip-tion to the fund. -4- x The free bridge committe of the "V a terford corporation ha?i decided to appeal ap-peal against portion of the decision of the master of the rolls in .the recent case. Over 1,700 has already been expended by the committee in law costs. ' 4 A difficulty has arisen in connection with the Portadown and Banbridge waterworks scheme owing to the delay of the local government board in sanctioning sanc-tioning the loan of '60,000 applied for to carry out the scheme. 4 At Thurleg on Sunday important Gaelic athletic matches took place for the Crope cups. Tipperary beat Dublin in football, and the hurling match was stopped owing to darkness, with Cork leading Dublin. .' ' -4 '" ' At the .meeting of the Dublin county council on Thursday the resolution adopted at Letterkenriy advocating a more equitable allocation, cf the income derived by Tr5nfty college- from estates in Donegal, was Vejected- after a, discussion. discus-sion. ..'.. "(', - .-. -' . r : -4-' ' After the Thurlea urban council had been put to . the expense of having a special act of parliament passed for the erection of waterworks in the town, the treasury hai now refused the loan necessary to carj y out the works. Frank Manley has been appointed organist and choirmaster at .Thurlea cathedral. For the past three years Mr. Manley occupied a similar position in Sligo cathedral, w here his reputation was deservedly high. The poor law reform commission sat at Galway on Wednesday, and, took the evidence of witness in reference to the ten Galway unions. Strong opinions opin-ions were expressed with reference to the necessity of small cottage hospitals in remote districts. . 4 His grace the archbishop of Tuam, in a letter to Mr. Ml. Waldron Bally-haui,i.- honorable secretary Mayc county coun-ty committee of the Gaelic league, says that with the practical support of all interested in the revival of the Irish language, the Conhacht training school should prove a great success. A great Nationalist demonstration was held at Limerick on Sunday. Res- olutions of confidence in the Irish party par-ty and dealing with public questions were passed. Speeches were delivered bv Mr. John Redmond, M. P., and Mr. William O'Brien, M. P. t On Sunday a greiii Nationalist demonstration dem-onstration took place on Monastervan. The popular inember for the division. Mr. Danis Kilbride, addressed the meeting. Speeches were also delivered by the Rev. John Donovan. C. C: Mr. M. Flavin. M. P.; Mr. Delany, M. P.', and others 4 In the land commission court on Saturday Sat-urday the onse of Hogan vs. Thompson was heard, in which Lord Templeton's agent, Mr. MeCulIagh, expressed himself him-self as very sorry for the part he had taken. Mr. Healy.said he was a knave as well as a fool, but on the reprimand of Mr. Justice Meredith, withdrew the description. - -A. The body of John Ha una of Aughrim. near Kilkeel, rural district councillor, was found early on Saturday morning near Springfield, on the road from Kilkeel Kil-keel to his home. Mr. Hannu was an old man who has beeen in failing health for some time. 4 In a letter to the County Leitrini committee com-mittee of Agricultural and technical instruction, in-struction, the Bishop of Ardagh and Cloinniacnoiso pays there is now such a volume of public opinion mi the primary pri-mary education question that, it w ill le extremely difficult for the secularists and materialists to prevail. A letter on the same subject is published from the j Bishop of Killaloe. j .The recent election .of Mr. Jerome Ro-liayne, Ro-liayne, solicitor and tow'n clerk, Midle-ton, Midle-ton, as petty sessions clerk for the Mid-leton Mid-leton and Cloyne districts has been declared de-clared illegal, owing to the fact that . the chairman of the tTrban council voted without being, qualified as-. a. cbunty4naglstrate.- ."' . -- -'- " . The council of he. t)ei4-y. cSpner of commerce has appointd 'representa tives to meet representatives of the Dublin , Belfast and Cork chambers in conference on the subject of Irish private pri-vate bill legislation. 4 A mysterious murder case is reported from Moy, County Tyrone, where a farmer named Mallon has been stabbed to death. At the inquest on Saturday evening the coroner strongly commented comment-ed on the fact that of seven persons who were with the deceased at the time of the occurrence not one of them could identify the murderer. The death took place on Monday night of Mr. George JamesIIewson, M. A., of Holyroood. Adara county.Limer-ick. county.Limer-ick. The deceased gentleman, who was in his 78th year, was an eminent authority au-thority on Irish antiquities, and especially espe-cially with all that concerned the castle, cas-tle, abbeys and historical sites in the county of Limerick. 4 Speaking to a vast congregation, the Rev. Arthur W. Murphy. P. P.. Brcs-na. Brcs-na. County Kerry, dwelt at considerable consider-able length upon the evils and dangers, both moral, spiritual and physical, which were inevitably bound to accrue from the reading and study of bad and demoralizing literature, especially amongst young persons. The death is announced of Mr. J. McCarthy, Mc-Carthy, sr., near Ballymercheteadlen, Manister, which took place a few days since at his residence. .The deceased, who was far advanced in years, was secretary of the local branch of the United Irish League, a position which he held since the days of the Land League. -4 At Cahir railway station, an inquest was held by Coroner Cummins, J. P., into the circumstances touching the death of John Sweeny, who succumbed from injuries received as the resuit of an accident on the railway. The jury found in accordance with the medical evidence, with a rider that a representation represent-ation be made to the railway company to dc everything possible for the widow and family of the deceared. They also considered that no blame attached to any one In the matter. Intelligence was received at the police barrack, Dunmanway. on Monday morning that a young lad named Daniel Dan-iel Crowley, son of a laborer living at lnehincorka, about five miles from Dunmanway, had been drowned whilst attempting to cross the Caha river in search of goats. The body of the boy was found on Tuesday at 1 o'clock p. m, near Neaskin bridge, one and one-half one-half miles away from the scene of the accident, in a pool ten feet deep. -4- At the Newmarket petty sessions eight young men, all of whom, with one exception, are of the fanning class, were returned for trial, charged with having on the 4th of October, at MU-leenduff, MU-leenduff, County Cork, unlawfully assembled as-sembled together to disturb the peace and with intent unlawfully to rescue from the sheriff's officers certain goods and chatlels of William Larkin, MII-leenduff. MII-leenduff. seized under a decree at the suit of the Rev. John Ji. Heard for rent, and did rescue six calves so seized. The deputy coroner held an inquiry in the workhouse. Belfast, touching the death of Alice Whiteside (60). The deceased de-ceased complained of being assaulted on Oct. 21. and in presence of a constable con-stable accused a woman named Josephine Joseph-ine Strong of having pushed her off a box. She was sent to the Union infirmary, in-firmary, but left on Oct. 27. Medical evidence showed that death wa? due to cardiac failure, accelerated by Bright's disease. The jury found accordingly, and added that the alleged assault had nothing to do with the death.