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PROTESTANT PULPITS

PROTESTANT PULPITS

Sunday’s Outbreak Hatred, Bloodshed and the Insolence of Pride.”
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MfiS. LEIGH'S MESSAGE TO DUBLIN SOFFSAfiETTES

MfiS. LEIGH'S MESSAGE TO DUBLIN SOFFSAfiETTES

Her Comrade in Prison A March on Mounjoy"
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETINGS IN THE PARK

MEETINGS IN THE PARK

Sunday’s Suffragist meetings tbs Phoenix Park, under the auspices of Women’s Social and Political Union, brought together a large gathering anxious to bear the latest views on female militancy sine© the release of Mrs, Mary Leigh, th© English Suffragette. Owing the beautiful wea
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICES.

NOTICES.

THE GUARDIAN BANK, Ltd., Iliad QKees: Oawsan Street, Oublin Directors:— JOSEPH P. NANNETII. J.P., M.P. JOHN SHEPPAKD, L.UX.P. and 8., J.F* JAMES CBOZIER. T. 0., JJ*., JAMES. H. COUSINS. , . WILLIAM H. SANDERSON (Managing Director). Interest allowed on Deposits the following Bate
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PURE POT STILL

PURE POT STILL

The Finest Whisky Werid fEKRS oU>\ «BPEO«At.”\ 10 YEARS OLD EXTRA SPECIAL." JW 15 YEARS OLD LIQMEUR^^^y Sold »II Wine Merchants, Family Grocers, See., and can be bad at all Refreshment and Theatre Bars. FITS CURED By TRENCH’S REMEDY. the famous home trkatmznt fob EPILEPSY AND FI
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
State Governor Presides.

State Governor Presides.

Governor J. K. Tener, of Pennsylvania, presided over the meeting. In the course of stirring speech, the Governor declared himself a thoroughgoing supporter Ireland’s demand for Home Rule. Governor Tener. is a Tyrone man by birth, and a Protestant, and he said that his own experi
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH LEADER’S PROMISE.

IRISH LEADER’S PROMISE.

PARTY’S POSITION. STATEMENT BY MR. JOHN DILLON. case at all. They were not, the Lord Mayor said, going to open the ports England to Irish live stock speeches, but by the presentation a case so strong that Mr. and his experts could not hold out any longer .(applause). During the
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. DILLON’S SPEECH.

MR. DILLON’S SPEECH.

IRISH PARTY’S SUPPORT. DELIBERATE MR. GUBBINS’ LETTER. But when we have settled the immediate Mt. John Dillon, M.P., who on rising was emer enC y there will still remain the great, loodly applauded, said—My Lord Mayor and . important question to how this matter is gentlemen, the
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Amongst the priftcipal speakers at the All-Ireland Conierenoe at the Mansion House on Monday in reference to the Cattle Trade Crisis were Mr. John Dillon, M.P ; the Lord Mayor of Dublin. Mr. William Field, M.P.; whose portrait, with three other representative members of the Conference, are given above.

Amongst the priftcipal speakers at the All-Ireland Conierenoe at the Mansion House on Monday in reference to the Cattle Trade Crisis were Mr. John Dillon, M.P ; the Lord Mayor of Dublin. Mr. William Field, M.P.; whose portrait, with three other representative members of the Conference, are given above.

Amongst the priftcipal speakers at the All-Ireland Conierenoe at the Mansion House on Monday in reference to the Cattle Trade Crisis were Mr. John Dillon, M.P ; the Lord Mayor of Dublin. Mr. William Field, M.P.; whose portrait, with three other representative members the Conferen
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIE PIG TRADE.

TIE PIG TRADE.

Trade with Germany. IMPORTANT DEClSltnfr the < '* le ® Committee of £ Action was held StriS at Wynn’. Hotel. Dublin, Mr. C > P idin «’ Michael Bowe, John J Edward Brown, J. M’Evoy, K ’ Becr « tar y> JrrTL. . y attendance. and siSST*^ 0 * 1,10 la f‘' « w «™ read Messrs. Correspon
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland