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DIVISION 447, WAIAINISTOWN.—Meeting held on Sunday, 14th inst, Bro J Magrane presiding. Twelve members t were initiated. Bros Daffy, Donsgh, and Watters, of the Drogheda Division, were in attendance, and gave useful information as to the future working of the Division. Next meet
27 March 1920 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. SPECIAL DISPLAY OF THE LATEST FASHIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRAPERS,

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. SPECIAL DISPLAY OF THE LATEST FASHIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRAPERS,

Mr Tallan applied for an adjournment, on the grounds that there was a doubt as to the teapot: sibillty in the question. He bad counsel engaged in the ease, but Mr Lindner had heap engaged at the Louth Asylum Inquiry at Richmond. The ap. pin:ration was for £1 a week arrears from
27 March 1920 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS FOR TRI RNBUUcG R.

FAIRS FOR TRI RNBUUcG R.

IlownAT—Ballnioask, Killeagb, Kills; Navin, Nowiownstlwart. Tuaswia—Ballmn, Wicklow. WIDNIMIDAT.-- TKOMIDaT— It. Bolturbet, Toward. riID6T-. Dslvin, lEilbo SAlSllDAT—Athboy.Ccilingford, C loglow, 1 town, Down. DIT.OOIIIID/I.—Priated ud Published by ll'Known, Progoitwolo, lb* Off
27 March 1920 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
POSITION OP KX-SERTICE MEN

POSITION OP KX-SERTICE MEN

j Prime Minister has issued a considered statement which amounts to the indictment that trade unions are preventing the entry of frorkmen into particular trades, and retarding the development of building schemes. The Executives of all building trade unions, with one exception—th
27 March 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

Mr and Mrs TODD and Family de-i-c tj turn their sincere thanks to the many ki*..l friends and neighbours who sympathise i with them in their recent bereavement also th<»e who sent letters sympathy. peoially the Members of the O.G.T. Village Star lodge, Glynn, for thei; I.enutil
27 March 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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TUTORIAL CORNER

TUTORIAL CORNER

ENGLISH COMPOSITION, Select one of the following subjects:— 1. Should “Summer" time made permanent? 2. Tho arEumente for and against the 24- kcur clock. 3. Dancinjf as form of amusement. 1 Give an account the nosition and trade of Cardiff and Bristol. Sketch briefly the history
27 March 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIFTEEN T.C.’S AS AN ESCORT.

FIFTEEN T.C.’S AS AN ESCORT.

FIFTEEN T.C.’S AN ESCORT. MELBOERNE, Saturday. It has been arranged to hold a monster procession here on Monday, when 15 V.C.'s will escort Archbishop Mannix, who is shortly leaving for Rome to be made a cardinal. —Rjgnter.
27 March 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mile End. London, B.

Mile End. London, B.

The amazing cures of all kinds of Skin Trouble prove there is ' nothing like GIBSOL OINTMEN I* * or P V * instant relief and a speedy cure. Of all Chemists 1/3. Skin. or post free from tMe manufacturers J. Gibson & Co.,Clare Lane,Dublin
27 March 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE TAKEN OFF STREETS.

POLICE TAKEN OFF STREETS.

Impressive scenes were witnessed in Cork on Saturday evening when the body of the murdered Lord Mayor was removed from bio residence the City Hall. All through the day and up till late hour thousands of the townfolk wended their way from every corner of the town to the official
27 March 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Comrades of the Great War held a large demonstration in Dublin on Saturday. Our picture shows.—(l>—Members of the Kingstown Branch with their banner, and (3) the Band of the Comrades passing along Stephen’s Green.

The Comrades of the Great War held a large demonstration in Dublin on Saturday. Our picture shows.—(l>—Members of the Kingstown Branch with their banner, and (3) the Band of the Comrades passing along Stephen’s Green.

The Comrades of the Great War held a large demonstration in Dublin Saturday. Our picture shows.—(l>—Members of the Kingstown Branch with their banner, and the Band of the Comrades passing along Stephen’s Green. t.>e. having pierced the boot. The boot and bullet were taken possess
27 March 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland