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FRENCH FUSILADES. FRANKFORT BLOODSHED

FRENCH FUSILADES. FRANKFORT BLOODSHED

- MO " y Mime' 11 Paris. Thursday. The French military authentiea are eon. vineed that the itwident” in Were earetully organi,"l by the tierm..n militari.t.. en Irons Berlin Yeeterday morning the. town wal. calm. After mirklar new , 'Tread th.: England and Amen,* had ~ e nt the
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL TEACHERS CONGRESS. PENSIONS, NON-MEMBERS

NATIONAL TEACHERS CONGRESS. PENSIONS, NON-MEMBERS

rinatitial matter occupied the attention of the I.N.T.U. Cs:agrees at yesterday's witting in Baaha Hall. Parnell tin.. under the chairmanship of Mr. Nunes, the outgoing President. A resolution was pawed protesting awinst the refusal of the Treasury to reek the pest and modest de
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1 ITEMS OF INTEREST (By Wire and Despatch).

1 ITEMS OF INTEREST (By Wire and Despatch).

ITEMS OF INTEREST (By Wire and Despatch). Dodoes Halt Onntury's Sinless. Dr. (Venn. resigned. bag Data 51 rem IN.O. of Ballynauals dispensary district. and Russo. A Mforere r/irstras says reload has aceseted the Aosta propowl for a Russo Polish hare Con ferrate. slO.OOO maimed b,
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Strong Candidate for U.S. Presidency,

Strong Candidate for U.S. Presidency,

- Hiram Johnson, Califorcia. says th• New York correspondent of the Daily News." is now the chief Presidential por sibility. In the Michigan primaries Ise obtained 124.000 %ours to 02_ ,000 for Senator Wood and 40 . 000 for Mr. Hoover. He is • Radical. against military eersict.
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TODAY'S NEWBURY TIPS.

TODAY'S NEWBURY TIPS.

^ I 1 Juven il e Plate- - Be Bapstal (9) Cesaptoa llaadteap—Treaeury WI I 1 Greenh•re es..ke•—Tetratena Otioseles Haedkaap—Pbe Speaker et , I the A r IS) Berkshire Basdiesp— /Silver Jag ere Ink , bleed lel Beekhamptes Stakee—Drusefilair ^ " tßeperter WI" fal. 2. Jetty 3. Trtrate
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN AND DISTRICT

DUBLIN AND DISTRICT

Mmals.--Tomight. a- 0. t. VtareetPlidlirr2 !keret, meant ad of poor. theatre. Belvedere College; tomorrow. Men 2.30. Boy greet dhow aM Jamboree. Sellahndge The &areal reran the Airortatier to the of the Very hoe. Lt 4.. Rates that the gross reretfre from rests were 11.4041. 0W t
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN MARKETS.

AMERICAN MARKETS.

AN IRREGULAR SESSION. (Reuter's Cablegram.) New York, Thursday. Stocks opened strong. and contanued to advance on a revival of ballu.h interest. which attracted a large out.ode following. After /Anne late prulit-take-g the 'larks* closed irregular PO O& Week. 0111 4. ti.y it rin
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH MERCHANTS' GRIEVANCE.

IRISH MERCHANTS' GRIEVANCE.

The Port and Docks Board referred to the Ministry of Traneport a letter from Mr. J. M'Cabe. Sherrock, in which attention was drawn to the following differentiation in shipping charges on • small , motor car (kb esti—From Dublin to tiles. IrOf.Glasgow to London. I£4 les. 3d-, and
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THZ INCREASED DOG TAX.

THZ INCREASED DOG TAX.

T. lOW "Irish Indidmindent." Bir—trhie cannot wonder at the bate.- f...t. jog mars' among Ow poor anal 11113011ritqc chimes by the IVO ter mot. increase of th.• dog tan. 'lifter precont circumstances aranyture could he more inopportune and ill-advised. To clinch the matter in.!
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FATHER NIATHEW FEIS PROMISING VIOLIN PLAYIRS.

THE FATHER NIATHEW FEIS PROMISING VIOLIN PLAYIRS.

Among the competitors in toe Mayan. tory Viola' section, Mr Jobs Moody. the adjudicator. reworked that there was Ifair proportion of promising players. Thu. is a eery encouraging fact 000sideriag the !growls/ demand which the picture brier IEII cresting. It is a pity that the 'c
09 April 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland