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AMU? ENTS. THEATRE ROYAL

AMU? ENTS. THEATRE ROYAL

HIPPODROME 6.45 •. TWICE NIGHTLY ... 8.50 CLARA EVELYN KNAPP AND ANI) IVY ST. HELIER. CORNALLA Omega Trio, Croft and Naughton, Boy Ronald. Sisters, Colley, Yc,st aad l'trtlier, Laux , e Devine. ROSIE LLOYD. WINTER aARDENS. Vocalist Daily between 1 and 2. and 4 and 5.
29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
" SUMMER-TIME " IN IRELAND,

" SUMMER-TIME " IN IRELAND,

(March 28, 1920.) " Dickery-dickers-dock ! There's some tric'_'hievous mouse in the clock That could mark " summer-time," To a curfew beli's chime And the grating of the prison lock ! Hey•diddlediddle!" Some Pat with a fiddle Must he giving the mouse a good scare, To judge by th
29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INDEPENDENT SOCIALISTS

THE INDEPENDENT SOCIALISTS

BY P. THOMPSON. Scheidemann, the then leader of the German Majority Socialists, is reported to have said to lmpeiial Chancellor Bethman Holiweg at the end of 1916: "If you do not cry to make peace before Christmas the people will revolt, and I will lead the Revolution! " The res
29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A LIMERICK MAN OF MYSTERY. A TIED AND BLINDFOLD

A LIMERICK MAN OF MYSTERY. A TIED AND BLINDFOLD

CORPSE. From Co. Limerick come the details of another mysterious shooting tragedy. The victim, who is described as being of very respectable appearance, and between 25 and 30 years of age, was found dead in a field at Moanroe, about three miles from Newcastle-West, blindfolded,
29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY EXTRA.

CITY EXTRA.

29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCREASED FREIGHTS AND PROFITS

INCREASED FREIGHTS AND PROFITS

To the Editor " Irish independent•" Sir--Over two months ago I wrote directing• attentiuu of the Food Ministry, London, to the serious position created for retail traders by the then proposed huge increase of freights, and I asked if a revision of (alleged) profits would be made
29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLISHER'S COLUMN.

PUBLISHER'S COLUMN.

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29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PHOENIX PARK RESULTS

PHOENIX PARK RESULTS

Junior Champlenship.—Hur.--C.Y.M.A. 3-4, Kevins 2 - 2; Rapparees defeated Cuala. F. - ,otball—Peadar Mackens 2-4. Midland Gaels 0-2; Cla :in O'Tooles 2-2, Southern Rovers nil; M. Malones and Brian Born postponed; T. Ashe Ccmmercials 1-0. Football League.—S. M'Dermotte 2-5, .1. S
29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE BARRACK BLOWN UP

POLICE BARRACK BLOWN UP

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29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UTICL

UTICL

ISSUE OF MORTGAGE BONDS THE DUBLIN PORT AND DOCKS BOARD are prepared to receive applications for Mortgage Bonds to a limited amount. They will be issued for periods of either five or ten years, at the rate of six per cent. per annum. The Bonds will be for £lOO ur multiples of £l
29 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland