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DOGS, HORSES. LIVE STOCK

DOGS, HORSES. LIVE STOCK

fBEAUTIFUL young Male Collie; magnificent animal* bargain; 17/6. 25 Tram Cottages. Piiibsboroug VR COCKER Bitch retrieves tenderly land and water. 30/-; anotiler. partly trained. 15/-. 27 Aug hrim street. VR AST Quiet Pon 14 hands, 8 years old. Round Trap and Harness, lot £l6 10
07 March 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOBACCO HABIT

TOBACCO HABIT

CONQUERED IN 3 DAYS. ~.. :...•....i.:::::. ~.., V:; „,,.. ..,... ''.... ::......._ I offer a genuine guaranteed Remedy for tobacco or snuff habit. IL is mild, Pleasant , strengthening for either sex. Overcomes that peculiar nervousness and craving for cigarettes, cigars, pipes,
07 March 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEGAL NOTICES.

LEGAL NOTICES.

e S/RkT n a b k r:ss r!i a ot s i t ce ree t , hat :rv l r:er Jos i ;:p t h he lif htsyr , of 35 lin, do intend to apply at the next General Loxes. tag Sessions of the Pmice, to be boldon in and for the Country of the City of Dublin, for a transfer Licence to sell Beer, Cider, a
07 March 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINEST QUALITY

FINEST QUALITY

MADE BAKERIES: 124 TO 130 GT, BRITAIN ST ST, PATRICK'S BAKERY LlOttflipap Tlms-6. 4 8 p.m N lib Wahl' CD üblln)-- 0.12
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TO-DAY'S AUCTIONS.

TO-DAY'S AUCTIONS.

R. J. Goff and Go.—Effects of the late Capt. T. H. Ken 113315, D.L., Maryboro'. J. F. Keogh and Co.—Furniture. 68 Lower Drumcondra road.
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WAR ON WASTE.

WAR ON WASTE.

An urgent appeal has been made to the public to prevent waste of paper in every posalble direction, and a drastic regulation is to be enforced reducing the import by 33 1-3 per cent. of paper and paper-making materials. - As a rule moat newsagents give orders for snore papers th
07 March 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1916.

THE IRISH INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1916.

dropping of the bombs, for it is stated that I two of the airships hovered over a Kentish' town for twenty minutes without attempting to do any damage. That this was due to any humane considg'fation is to be doubted, for the air-raiders have been as ruthless as the submarine pir
07 March 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL

Birthday congratulations were due on Sunday to the Marquis of Huntly, and yesterday to the Duke of Hamilton. • • Sir Albert Me'don and Sir John Griffith have left for England by the King-town mail route. Amongst recent arrivals from England by the a.ne route are Major Tilney, Ma
07 March 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARCHBISHOP MAGUIRE AND THE IRISH

ARCHBISHOP MAGUIRE AND THE IRISH

A striking tribute to the Irish is paid by Most Rev. Dr. Maguire, Archbishop o f Glasgow. in his Lenten Pastoral. 'I here has, he says, been an endeavour on the part of a small minority to make light of the readiness of Irish Catholics to help in the defence of the Empire but th
07 March 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RANK AND FILE.

IRISH RANK AND FILE.

KILLED.--R. I. Rifles, 15th (N. Beifast)—Bailie, 11‘340, A.; Boyd, 11843, J.; Wat , Gn, J. Irish Guards, 2nd—Sullivan, 7574, J. Inniskillings, 2nd—Langlord, 9J-19, R. WOUNDED.—R. I. Rifles, 10th (S. BelfasO— Parker. 16925. 1. 110 (a. Antrim)—Mercer, 2043, Cpl. J. 15th (N. Belfas
07 March 1916 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland