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DARING

RAIDS BY
02 April 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
U.S. FORCES

U.S. FORCES

(Reuter's Cablegram.) W 0 spectacular raids by American and Filipino t roops on Mindanao Island, In the Philippine group, are r eported by the U.S. War department. Communique says that the raiders destroyed 22 warehouses a a Japanese supply base near 1 14. g °s• Other troops pen
02 April 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

CUNNING HAM—Eighth Anniversary—ln loving memory of Patrick Cunningnam. Culloville. Co. Armagh, who died July 31. 1934. Always remembered. DONOVAN—Pray for the soul of my mother, Margaret Donovan, who died at Roscrea, July 31. 1936. R.l.P.—John Donovan. DOWLING—In affectionate re
31 July 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPECIAL NOTICES.

SPECIAL NOTICES.

BROOKS,
31 July 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

NUNAN (Knockea, Limerick, late of Monaleen) —May 22, 1942, Margaret Nunan; deeply regretted by her loving family. R.I.P. Requiem Mass, St. Michael's Church, to-day (Saturday), 10 o'c. Funeral, 3 o'c. (S.T.) same day to Mount St. Lawrence Cemetery. O'DONNELL—May 21. 1942, Sister
23 May 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

A respectable young man seeks employment, good knowledge of gardening and house work or woula go as improver to carpenter. Please state wages indoor. Box 15682. WARand Grocery, Girl. 12 years' experience, presently engaged, desires change. i3ox 158U5. BUTCHER, capable, trustwort
23 May 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VR I( R IE E W AD S ERS'i E.S.B. RESTRICTIONS C. Dreyer, 19 Harcourt Terrace, Dublin, writes: " The

VR I( R IE E W AD S ERS'i E.S.B. RESTRICTIONS C. Dreyer, 19 Harcourt Terrace, Dublin, writes: " The

thanks of all consumers of electricity are due to you for your leading article dealing with the E.S.B. Please allow me to deal with another aspect 0/ the matter. The restrictions set forth are based on the corresponding period of last year. On 2oth of April, 1941, I received a c
23 May 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Social and Personal Sir Edward Vere Levinge, who will be 75 to-morrow, is son of the late H. C. Levinge,

Social and Personal Sir Edward Vere Levinge, who will be 75 to-morrow, is son of the late H. C. Levinge,

of Knockdrin Castle, Mullingar. He married in 1900 Alys Adele, daughter of Major-General Thomas, and has issue one daughter living. The engagement is' announced between William A. Tormey, solicitor, Athl o n e, and Angela McCartan, Cloghans House, Clognans Hill, Tuam. The marria
23 May 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WALL ST. REACTION

WALL ST. REACTION

The " peace-time " issues in Thursday's Wall Street rally came to a standstill yesterday and the majority of them showed fractional declines. Warnings that optimism over the outcome of the war is being overdone and that the chances are that the conflict will last a long time par
23 May 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSPECTOR PROMOTED

INSPECTOR PROMOTED

Inspector John Lincoln, Tipperary, who has been appointed a Superintendent, is a native of Ring, Co. Waterford, and is a fluent Irish speaker. He was for some years attached to the Translation Department at headquarters. He also spent some time at Cobh. He was promoted inspector
23 May 1942 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland