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to attend Che Alt Iceland meeting in tiie Mansion House, said the pig dealers had modi more cause of complaint against the action of the English Board of Agriculture than the cattle traders. was fact that, with the exception of isolated outbreak in Kildare, no case of fool-andmo
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEEKLY'

THE WEEKLY'

Ashford, « - a T ,,aht, “*•>• 1«2- X>»»r Mr. IfMdik w* hive great pUaiarl entrueting your care the enclosed draft, £l9 Bi., together with £3 already seat for affiliation, making altogether this aum £B2 Ba., towards the Irish Party Pond from the United Parishes of Kahaanagh and A
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Hoton and Fast Finsbury.

Hoton and Fast Finsbury.

senes of meetings has been arranged bv this branch, and will be held follows— Thursday, Sept, 26-Corner of Baldwin and Bath streets-—Speakers, Messrs. and Odell. Friday, Sept. 27—Comer of Hall st. and Goswell road; Speakers, Messrs. Lamble and Odell. All the above at 8.30 p.ra.
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
North Leeds,

North Leeds,

On Sunday evening the rooms of this branch Willow road, Leeds, were crowded with large and representative gathering local Nationalists and members other political organisations the city, who had met .to say farewell to Mr. Thomas O’Loughlin, who ta leaving Leeds take residence B
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Swansea (O’Coonen).

Swansea (O’Coonen).

Meeting the League Institute, 146 High street, Sunday, Ur. John O'Dea presiding. Minutes confirmed. Mr- John Carlin O’Sullivan was enrolled a member, ami Mr. Danis Lynch renewed his card membership. As Councillor Clancy's term of office expiree in October, and he seeks re-electi
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOLEMN HUMBUG.

SOLEMN HUMBUG.

The text of the long-expected ‘'Ulster” Covenant has now been before the country for more than a week, and it is quite evident, from the of the British Frees the British people, that they regard the thing solemn humbug. Beneath all tbe fustian in the ‘‘Times,” and the “Observer,
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DO WE DRINK TOO NOGH 7

DO WE DRINK TOO NOGH 7

DO WE DRINK TOO NOGH In a recent issue "The Family Doctor" there appeared very interesting article under the above heading, in which some strong remarks from paper read before the French Academy of Medicine by Pan! are quoted. Dr. Fabre contends that paper that " we drink too muc
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Rebel Lawyers

The Rebel Lawyers

RESISTAN6E BY FORCE TO HOME RULE. (Press Association Telegram.) Ballymena, Monday. For*the first time since the commencement of the anti-Horne Rule campaign in Ulster Sir E. Carson to-night absent from one the meetings. Upon Mr. F. Smith, Mr. J. H. Campoell, K.C., M.P.; Mr. Rona
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A BAD

A BAD

A man with sound kidneys almost forgets that Tie has a back- , But the man with kidney trouble always in misery— . .. He wakes with backache morning after morning— Any stooping heavy lilting sends sharp pain darting through his loins The same at night—hie bpek gives him peace, a
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Driven out oi Work.

Driven out oi Work.

Two Protestant workmen, who sympathised with Home Rule, had been driven out-of work, and poverty, destitution-, and misery had been "brought to those men whose work bad been sacrificed, .and their wives and dependents. These Orange bigot* were the tools Sir Edward Carson. Their
28 September 1912 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland