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OUR LONDON LETTER

OUR LONDON LETTER

DOINGS ON TYR OTHER IND& (TEROOOII OUR SPECIAL WIRE London OMce: 68 Fleet street, E.C.. Tuesday Nordin' • The situation which the Tory Party Ise created for itself by the attempt to morale the farmers and prevent their protest. against their betrayal under the Edinburgh compromi
06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TANGO AND TEA. DANCING AND PUSS.PARADING.

TANGO AND TEA. DANCING AND PUSS.PARADING.

"Tango-Tea Matinee "—that woe what the advertisement called it. And it aas at the Gaiety Theatre. Which explains our presence yesterday at the Gaiety Theatre. Tango may sound like a new brand of boot polish or a new Christmas game or a 'species of horse disease. It is not. It is
06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKENNY.

KILKENNY.

The three Aldermen, who retired to St. Canice's Ward were rrinrned unonpoeed. et. liankte'a (oounelltameine)--T. Brannan,* P. E. T Stollerd.• P Lennon, L. Moore, E. and 11. Smlthsb.k. St. John% (CouneMannlpe)—P. De toottny.• T. Dnwling.• IT O'Dwyer.• H. J. Magmata, IL P. Pembrok
06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNIONIST VIEWS ON HOME RULE.

UNIONIST VIEWS ON HOME RULE.

Stating that the Home Rule Bill is impossible as it stands, the London "Times" in an editorial Yesterday regards it as a profound fallacy that "liv dint of wasting time the Bill can be carried to the satiefaclion of the Government under the Parliament Act." This view, it save, "
06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVALS AT OATIVICK.

ARRIVALS AT OATIVICK.

A—Atari Mel. Arrow. 111-11alsiuun, 'anykistecit. C—Crot amt. Curiosity IV. P—Full Rome. 41—Grey Ptl, Gzs IV.. Ulu. !dab Wisdom. L—Laas /W. 111—Moadossiseet n. R—Newsversder. P—FerbranB o—Rusritrord. R-864 Damsel. Mot, Reiman Fans. 11-61stal. W—W Ise RIM. Mew o4bers m this monks.
06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOULD YOU SEE YOUR HUSBAND HEALTHY? DENTISTR

WOULD YOU SEE YOUR HUSBAND HEALTHY? DENTISTR

ICIAL Teeth. ran,. Sets. 16 , -. Eltrhetloo Of oouree you would. And reuse:Mt that the surest way to reach your bus., band's beast and keep it in love for you is through his stonsacb. Hem husband irks IluaTUa I)..auJ has a wife who is a good cook. boasts o f Lit of n to all his
06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fi e ll ,; t egrP7! 4 6 l o J.vet. Palch.orlu, 9d.. ox 800. hoe Into . 2 parreLs.

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06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UMBRELLA&

UMBRELLA&

Al. PORTAL L els to Meth. 3 l4onlonnon 07me Donna, be return." men, dal pude to Imo. 1 ILL Purobaloa - — nevi Omani< 5/ 1 1 Umbrella. &Met mount.d. Ladre' Gentlemen'', carnage pelt &Mc 140 Ilte bben's Great
06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(CONTINUED ON PAGE NINE.) RATES OF SUBSCRIPTICN.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE NINE.) RATES OF SUBSCRIPTICN.

Ti Irish Independent Publications. Posted to any Address in United Kingdom. ram. S 4. ISO .... 1 0 0 5 4 —.. 13 a Weal* 0 • •
06 January 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH PARTY.

THE IRISH PARTY.

%part from the Japanese question. Mr. Mann pointed out that the Hill would exclude Hindus. who time British subjects. and he maintained that at the present time. when Oure were so mans striking proofs of %ugh-American amity. it would he most impalitic specifically to exclude Bri
04 February 1914 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland