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THE IRISH INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1917.

THE IRISH INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1917.

04 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GIGANTIC NEW WAR LOAN

GIGANTIC NEW WAR LOAN

WILL IT BE "DOUBLE-BARRELLED." The new British war loan about to be issued will, says the " Daily Chronicle," probably be double-barrelled—one branch free from income tax, and the other subject to it. There is a conviction in good quarters in the Stock Exchange that there will b
04 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARRETT CASE REPORT COURTS SEVERE CENSURE

BARRETT CASE REPORT COURTS SEVERE CENSURE

A White Paper issued last night gives the report of the Military Court of Inquiry in what is known as the Barrett case and a second case which was also dealt with. Severe censures are passed on some of the parties concerned. The salient facts, as summarised, show that Patrick Ba
04 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PITHY PROVINCIAL NEWS

PITHY PROVINCIAL NEWS

Connaught. A branch of the Grocers' and Vintners' Association was formed in Galway, and Mr J. S. Young, J.P., elected president and Mr. W. Lenihan, temporary secretary. Mrs. Gavin, an old age pensioner at Westport, was burned beyond recognition by a candle having ignited the bed
04 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lung Troubles.

Lung Troubles.

Coughs, Bronchitis, Consumption. For any weakness of throat or chest, or any tendency to tuberculosis ; for a troublesome cough, bronchitis or any chest affection, the standard, approved treatment is a course of Angier's Emulsion. This remedy combines soothing and healing proper
04 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Don't Wear a Truss I AFTER THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE AN APPLIANCE HAS BEEN INVENTED FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAT

Don't Wear a Truss I AFTER THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE AN APPLIANCE HAS BEEN INVENTED FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAT

CURES RUPTURE.
04 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
After Season Sale

After Season Sale

After Seas on Sale NO FIRM in Dublin Makes Such Sweeping Reductions as we do at the End of Each Season. Beal/Marl Volle Blouses, with r.ew Hs.ndkerchlt r:1:; worth 7'll. Sale, 2 / 1 1. y---Hundreds at Dainty Hats. R cdue.ed now to one fth Original Prices. Svreeplng Cleerance of R
29 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINEST TEAS.

FINEST TEAS.

We buy all our Teas by comparison, and hand. We. therefore. oiler the PICK OF THZ MARKET at the following prices: -3/-. 2 / 1 0. 2LB, 2 8. 2,4„ 2 / 2 - Telopboo. 158 BECKER BROTHERS, LTD., TEA DEALERS AND IMPORTERS, 8 SOUTH GREAT GEORGE'S STREET: 17 NORTH EARL STREET. DUBLIN. KE
29 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CROSS-CHANNEL MAIL DELAY.

CROSS-CHANNEL MAIL DELAY.

As a result of a fall of rock, blocking the Penmaenbach Tunnel between Pentuueninawr and Concay, trains on the Holyhead-Chester line on Friday night were stopped from entering the tunnel. 'the lrish mail was stopped at Bangor. The L. and N. W. Railway o.ticials dealt with the tr
29 January 1917 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland