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DUBLIN, SATURDAY, NOV. 16, 1940. Warning The man in the atreet—and, what ia more important, the woman of the houaehave not diaplayed ao keen an inteicat in Mr Scan Lemnaa'a broadcast of Monday night aa might have been expected, or might have been desired. There ought to be mista
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1940. DUBUN FIRE FIGHTING DISPLAY MEN AND WOMEN TAKE PANT IN DEMONSTRATION Three

THE WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1940. DUBUN FIRE FIGHTING DISPLAY MEN AND WOMEN TAKE PANT IN DEMONSTRATION Three

fire* occurred in the Tara street headquarters of the Dublin Fire Brigade on Saturaay afternoon. One was extinguished in second*, and the others as many more as did not matter. What mattered more was that both were handled women —member* of the Women’s Section of the Auxiliary F
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(■■POM MR. JIMTIGI OAVAN DUPPV.)

(■■POM MR. JIMTIGI OAVAN DUPPV.)

Reserved judgment was given in two eonstruction summonsro relating to the wUI of U ilbraham Fitxjbhn Trench, Grianbloh," Palmerston Park. Dublin, Professor of fcnglish Literature in Trinity College, Dublin. Une of the summonses, brought by the executor, and trustee, of the will,
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRK SERVICE COMES FIRST

FIRK SERVICE COMES FIRST

The types and incidence of fires caused aerial bombardment were described by Major J. J. Comerford, 8.E., M.Sc., Chief Superintendent, Dublin Fire Brigade, in lecture before the Engineering and Scientific Association of Ireland in Dublin on Monday. He emphasised that in any A.R.
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ranks (Ireland) Decision

Ranks (Ireland) Decision

At a meeting of the Board of Banks (Ireland), limited, held on Tuesday, it was resolved that an interim dividend on the Ord. share capital of sd. per share, less income tax, on account of the year 1940 (representing return of 2.78 per cent, on the issue price of the shares), lie
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Rise in Dunlops

The Rise in Dunlops

Dunlop £1 Ordinary units rose sharply on Tuesday to 325. Activity the trade has increased in many directions. More and more heavy lorries are going into service, and Britain's air fleet production speed-up must have brought considerable amount of new business. The financial year
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LKAHY—O’IVAHKLLV

LKAHY—O’IVAHKLLV

The marriage was celebrated at Moyglass Church (with Nuptial Mass and Papal Blessing) Mr. Diarmuid Leahy, Munster and Leinster Bank, Tarbert, Co. Kerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Leahy, Bridge House, Ballinacurra, Middleton, to Muis Peggy O’Rahelly, daughter of Mrs. Mary and the la
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OFFICIAL QUOTATIONS

OFFICIAL QUOTATIONS

qOVKRNMBNT FUNDS—S p.c. Second Nalioul Loan •113*4; 4»* pc. Third (109) 109»l; p.c. Fourth Loan (103) 105; p.C. Conversion Loan (unchr £200) (107*4) Sis pc. Financial Agreement (103*1) KBs 4 px Exchequer Bond* (under £200) (107*4) 108: 4*| p.c. Land Bond* (112*t) 112*4; dp. (uml
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW IRISH COMPANIES

NEW IRISH COMPANIES

Amotur Hie companies regiatcred Puhlin Textiles, J.t«l.. iirivnto comiiany, nilli £IOD nominal cniHtnl. is to carry on in Kiro (or elsewhere) the businei'a nf clothing omni»* focturcr*. taibrs, dressmnkrrs. iimnufncturcrs of. and dealers in. mitt gniMls mid wearing apparel of ev
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD THEFT CHARGES

WATERFORD THEFT CHARGES

At Waterford thirty-nine counts, including coosoiraij to steal and larceny from the Loudon and Newcastle Tea Company, Ltd., were preferred against Richard Delaney and Harry Moran. Kathleen Dergin, Rose lane, was indicted with the unlawful reception of goods alleged to have been
16 November 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland