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29-Aug-1890Ceremonial of opening the New Science and Art Museum and National Library in Kildare street by His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, on which occasion Mr. Thomas Deane, the architect, received the honour of knighthood. 
1-Oct-1890Lord Wolseley arrived in Dublin as commander of the Forces in Ireland in succession to H.S.H. Prince Edward of Saxe-Weimar. 
13-Oct-1890Centenary of the Rev. Theobald Mathew- "Father Mathew," the great Apostle of Temperance; the top-stone of a monument to his memory, in Sackville-street, was laid by the Right Hon. E. J. Kennedy, Lord Mayor of Dublin. 
1891Census of the population of Dublin taken. Number of inhabitants within municipal borough 245,001, inhabiting 25,764 houses. 
1-May-1891The City of Dublin Junction Railway (Loop Line) opened for traffic. 
7-May-1891The Foundation Stone of the Ardilaun Memorial Statue in St. Stephen's green laid by the Right Hon. J. M. Meade, Lord Mayor of Dublin, who presided at a Banquet in the evening to celebrate the occasion by entertaining Lord Ardilaun , and expressing there the gratitude of the community for his munificence. 
20-Aug-1891Arrival of Members of the Institute of Journalists ; a Conversazione on a brilliant scale given, opened in the Royal Hibernian Academy in honour of the visit. 
18-Nov-1891The Right Hon. William Lawies Jackson sworn in as Chief Secretary for Ireland. 
17-May-1892Masonic Centenary Exhibition, and Bazaar in aid of the Masonic Female Orphan School, held at Ball's Bridge, and opened by His Grace the Duke of Abercorn, Grand Master of Ireland. 
18-Jun-1892Lord Ardilaun's statue in St. Stephen's green, from the studio of Mr. Farrell unveiled by the Right Hon. J. M. Meade, F.C., Lord Mayor of Dublin. 

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