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Clergyman Cleo In the Workhouse.

Clergyman Cleo In the Workhouse.

The funeral took place yesterday of the Rev. C. 8. Cotdwell, who died In Bakewell (Derbyshire) workhouse. where be had be an inmate for two years. He was 82 years of age. and was a distinguished scholar. Only fis Tows Westport Z.C. election having resulted onty. two roembers bei
10 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCINE

REDUCINE

09 January 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(a) 10/- shares. 0)) 5/- shares.

(a) 10/- shares. 0)) 5/- shares.

Wale CC/.." . 7 aki
09 January 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CD. `.l Letting of 100 Acres Grass and Meadow Land at Sa!estown, MIDWAY BETWEEN DT NTIOYNE and LEIX.LII ) .

CD. `.l Letting of 100 Acres Grass and Meadow Land at Sa!estown, MIDWAY BETWEEN DT NTIOYNE and LEIX.LII ) .

ILIATTACK SMITH and SON are favoured with inst rod jot tr'm M to. 0 Con tior to LET DV AUCTION. on FRIDAY NE_T, 20th day_ UARY, 1920, at o eioek. 70 AMZEA FATTENING LAND. in divisions, and 30 ACRES gnu CROP MEADOWS. 'PATRICK SMITH & SON, Air tiou,rt - , Valuers, and Livc Stark S
14 February 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BEECHAM'S PILLS

BEECHAM'S PILLS

Prepared Daly by THOMAS BISCHAM, St. Helm. Lasts. Sold everywhere to bases. price 1/li (56 palb) & Z/9 (168
16 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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White's Wafer Oatmeal is 100 per cent. nourishment. It is charged with sustenance and energy in a greater degree than any other food en earth. On sale in damp-proof packets only. WHITE. TO3IKINS & COURAGE, Ltd., Belfast, Dublin, Taudragee. Eglintoe. London, Liverpool, Boston (Lin
06 February 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Foul the Ohar—it. booSO Woo. 9.27 H 1 Wettor, 10.39; 11.1

Foul the Ohar—it. booSO Woo. 9.27 H 1 Wettor, 10.39; 11.1

16 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BURNING OF RATHMINES CHURCH

THE BURNING OF RATHMINES CHURCH

GENEROUS SUPPORT FOR RECONSTRUCTION. ARCHBISHOP GIVES £l,OOO A fund for the restoration of the Church of Our Lady. of Refuge, Rathmines, recently destroyed by tire, was inaugurated at a public meeting held in the Mansi,:n. House yesterday, Must Roy. Dr. Walsh, who was present, c
06 February 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Irish Ex-Soldiers to Meet the Premier.

Irish Ex-Soldiers to Meet the Premier.

The Prime Minister has consented to receive .a deputation from the National and Irish Federations of Discharged and Demobilised Sailors and Soldiers. Mr. M. J. Nolan, general treasurer of the Irish Federation, and Mr. W. P. Walker, sec. Dublin branch, are representing the Irish
06 February 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
.RIS.EI INDEPEN DEN T,

.RIS.EI INDEPEN DEN T,

06 February 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland