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PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

ST. BILIGILVS CLII.O LLD I LUL.I M cu. NOUN OF INSPFArTION ON DICKMBVII. 191.1. As the result et my visit to this lastitute.n to-day I formed the opmioo that it is actively and efficiently and cu every attention paid to the comfort and welfare of the tamales I found females In r
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAYS.

RAILWAYS.

GRIAT NORTHERN RAILWAY (IRILAIII:). NRWRY AND AR.bIAOH LINK. between Gareth...rod and learketbifil will be Closed for dorlo repairs to oath tortber notice. A Local Peewee.' fritO Benton wW Ludo Arenagb and Idartetblll. JOHN BROW ELI. General Ywpr• Dublin. January 24th. 1914
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT HOME RULE RALLY

GREAT HOME RULE RALLY

MR. REDMOND. M,.P. AT WATERFORD. Father O'Donnell, and Father Furlong, Waterford. Mr. Joseph Devlin. M.P.; Mr. J. J. O'Shea,. M.P.; and Ald. Ileums were seated in a third, ■nd in several waggonettes which followed were members of Par!lament and the Lord Mayors of Dublin and Cork
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SYNDICALISTS AND HOSPITALS.

SYNDICALISTS AND HOSPITALS.

London i. experiencing a grave labour upheaval. which ha. horn precipitated by Syndicslkte. Upwards of 350010 are :dread, tiffected. They include building trade employ,: 1130.00u1. general carters ti0.(00). coal porters 110.000). The temper of the strike leaders has been shorn b
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO•DAY'S LONDON PAPERS

TO•DAY'S LONDON PAPERS

London Office: U Fleet street, E.G., Monday Morning.
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REDMONDS 45.000.

REDMONDS 45.000.

K. HARDIE GETS LIKE BENEFIT' it. Court of Se.eion, Edinburgh, on Sauey, in reference to the testamentary c ower of Miss Jane D. Kipper,. ' ,b o di e d a claimers' Hospital. Edinburgh, on April imb, MI. decided that documents submitted disposed of the estate. sabred at to the mc
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A SUMMARY ANU A COMMENTARY.

A SUMMARY ANU A COMMENTARY.

The Hon. Albert G. Canning, already well.knowa as the author of studios at once popular and scholarly of Scott, Maeanlay, and Shakespeare, 'has in his new work, ' Thoughts on Christian History.' given no a revised and enlarged version of on earlier treatise un the same subject.
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RACE OF CASTLEBAR AN IRISH HISTORICAL NOVEL

THE RACE OF CASTLEBAR AN IRISH HISTORICAL NOVEL

There Ls a vary cotuiderable element of sadness in taking the teat work of a; writer who has given Irish readers so much pleasnre as the late Miss Emily Lawless. For, though her name is associated on the title page with that of another eminent Irish story-writer—Mr. Shan F. Bull
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PAUL VERLAINE

PAUL VERLAINE

Poets are not to be judged, perhaps, alto-I gather in strict accordance with the Bode, that guides less gifted mortals; but no matter how blind we might wish to be to their faults. we cannot excuse them when the poetic licence becomes poetic beenticortanees. Paul Verlaine was ov
26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTTINGHAM. SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY.

NOTTINGHAM. SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY.

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26 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland