Rathgar Tennis Club

    tennis club
  • A recreational facility containing one or more tennis courts and may contain accessory uses such as administrative offices, or locker rooms (For Tennis Clubs seeking an alcoholic beverage permit, see Section 6.11.11).
  • a club of people to play tennis
    rathgar
  • Rathgar (meaning "Rough Ringfort") is a suburb of Dublin, Ireland, lying about 3 kilometres south of the city centre.
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Life And Letters Of William Fleming Stevenson, D. D., Minister Of Christ Church, Rathgar, Dublin...
Life And Letters Of William Fleming Stevenson, D. D., Minister Of Christ Church, Rathgar, Dublin...
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Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 200b
Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 200b
Title: Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 200b Creator: Cebra Tennis Club Date: 1915-1945 Source: Collection 9800.009 Cebra Tennis Club records File name: 9800009_200b Rights: Rights status not evaluated Citation: Cebra Tennis Club records, Collection #9800.009, City of Boston Archives, Boston.
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Weekly return of births and deaths in the Dublin registration area, consisting of the City of Dublin and the urban districts of Rathmines and Rathgar, ... of the principal urban districts in Ireland
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: ... close of each of the three preceding weeks the cases of measles under treatment numbered 101, 91, and 65. Twelve cases of scarlet fever were admitted to hospital, 6 were discharged, and 51 cases remained under treatment at the close of the week. One case of typhus was admitted to hospital during the week, one was discharged, and 3 cases remained under treatment at the close of the week. Six cases ot diphtheria were admitted to hospital, 4 were discharged, and 19 patients remained under treatment at the close of the week. Eight cases of enteric lever were admitted to hospital during the week, 4 were discharged, and 30 cases remained under treatment in hospital at the close of the week. In addition to the above-named diseases, 11 cases of pneumonia were admitted to hospital, 8 were discharged, there were 2 deaths, and 33 cases remained under treatment at the end of the week., ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND. lne mortality last week in 76 large English towns, including London fin which the rate was 12-5), was equal to an average annual death-rate of 12'5 uer 1,000 persons living, the average rate for 8 principal towns of Scotland was 150 per 1,000, the rate for Glasgow being 15-9 and for Udinburgli 14'3. „. _. _ INFECTIOUS DISEASE IN EDINBURGH., 2?-B JeKI»trar-feneral has been favoured by Bir Henry D. Littlejohn, MJ., Medical Officer of Health lor fcuinburgh, with a copy of his Keturn of Infectious Diseases notinea during the week ended 2»th June. 1 rom this Report It appears that of a total of 61 cases notified 22 were diphtheria, 16 soarlet fever, 0 enteric fever, and 4 erysipelas. Among the 104 cases of infections diseases in hospital at the close ot the week were 124 cases of scarlet fever, 85 of measleB, 65 of whooping-cough, 47 of diphtheria, 2 of ...