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ARMENIAN MASSACRES

ARMENIAN MASSACRES

MR. WILSON FIRM ON THE ADRIATIC PROBLEM. While Mr. Lloyd George is endeavouring to settle the Turkish question in consonance with British interests in the East, it is now report that the Turks have massacred 18,000 persons in Marash, and that 1,300 Armenian women and children re
09 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMENIAN MARTYRS

ARMENIAN MARTYRS

PREMIER'S SHUFFLING. Reuter says a telegram dated Adana, Feb. 29, sent by Mr. A. Williams, M.P., to Dr. Kennedy. who is supervising the distribution of the Armenian Relief Fund, confirms the nets that 18,000 persons have been massacred in Maragh. The city, it adds, has been burn
09 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCENE IN BERLIN RESTAURANT

SCENE IN BERLIN RESTAURANT

(Ey special Arrangement with the " Daily Chronicle") Berlin, Monday, Prince Jnaehim, the ex-Kaisor's cousin, who diAinguiShod himself in the apnrol . ed Pan-Gorman fashion in the reetzi:nart the Adlin ITot'l on Saturday niglt. Mr. Geo. Renwick, the special correspondent of the "
09 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACTIVITIES OF VICTIM

ACTIVITIES OF VICTIM

The general public seem to have forme4 their own opinion as to the activities of John Charles Byrne. of Render& Essex, who was shot at. Glasuevin, and- the fact that he -passed under the fietition, name of John Jamesen while staying at the Granville Betel is a factor which stren
09 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PERIL OF THE POOR.

PERIL OF THE POOR.

INCREASED IRISH SUPPLY AGAIN PROMISED. Notwithstanding the many promises of improved supplies the coal situation in Ireland has grown still worse. The acute shortage in Dublin was keenly felt during the week-end in the working-class districts. Timber and turf wero at a premium f
09 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT WILL PASS "HOME RULE."

GOVERNMENT WILL PASS "HOME RULE."

WHAT BOMAR LAW THREATENS. of any parsons outside the Goverst .eitt. whatever. "As regards Ulster, with which, in I 13.F.,e, I am more immediately concerned" '0 dot sions will haw, to take will be en:frt. L.J reg,ulate the business, he and th.. hapoirkese of our people' tie filt:
09 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NITRATOS.

NITRATOS.

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08 June 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
111•01ILLAIIII•VO.

111•01ILLAIIII•VO.

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08 June 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT DOES NO WRONG, MR.' HEALYS SARCASM SEQUEL TO MOTOR STRIKE There was one thing about the British Government in

GOVERNMENT DOES NO WRONG, MR.' HEALYS SARCASM SEQUEL TO MOTOR STRIKE There was one thing about the British Government in

Ireland—it never apologised. For 750 years it had never been wrong once. That was the basic principle of the British Constitution. It never erred. This was one of many brilliant flashes of sarcasm in a speech by Mr. Healy, K.C.. th, Itt. Hon. the Recorder at Dublin yesterday, wh
09 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN MARKETS.

AMERICAN MARKETS.

Ne 4 York, Monday . (Reuter's Cablegram). opened I:vms - on Saturda t, and alter 'declining staa rkct re;T , ouncied vigoi . o7.lsy, under . Cal! MonPY 713) 8 London 1 rausiers 3.80.25 P4r, Exchare Funded Ji - ..a, • look Atchison Corn. Do. P.a. Baltimore Com. Canadian Pacific C
09 March 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland