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THE WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1940.

THE WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1940.

22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROMOTIONS IN EIRE ARMY

PROMOTIONS IN EIRE ARMY

Tho Minister for Defence has promoted officers of the Reserve of Officers as follows : To Ire Captains—Lieutenants Edward Stafford O’Reilly, Thomas Alison. To be Lieutenants—Second Lieutenants Hugh Patrick Cassidy, Henry Reginald Hogan, Denis Joseph Kirby, Michael William O’Brie
22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CROSSWORD PUZZLE NO. 795 CLUES. ACROSS. is ■■4* wkm!? n

CROSSWORD PUZZLE NO. 795 CLUES. ACROSS. is ■■4* wkm!? n

22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DOWN.

DOWN.

24 Important (9) 26 Hardly (6) 28 Pronoun (3) 29 Study (3) 30 Year 32 Show (6) 33 Rested (3) 35 Securer (5) 37 Slow (5) 39 Grain (4) 42 Exist (2) 42 El (actual) 44 HD (actual) 45 Article (2) I Rude (6) 27 Window (4) 1 Wild (5) 6 Animals (4) 29 Bear (S) 2 Plant (3) II Vouch (4) 3
22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. W. B. CHARTRES

MR. W. B. CHARTRES

The death occurred on Sunday last William B. Chartree, who, for over fog years, had been engaged on the sporting of the Bd/cut Telegraph. Mr. Chartiw was a keen footballer in his younger ctj* He is survived by his wife and ™ daughters. Ten thousand London children last September
22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN HORSE SHOW BRIGHT PROSPECTS

DUBLIN HORSE SHOW BRIGHT PROSPECTS

Some months ago it was decided by the Council of the Royal Dublin Society push on preparation for the opening of the Horse Show at Balbbrjdge on August 6th next. The Royal Dublin Society, despite present difficulties, is hoping to stage a Show which will be worthy qi it* great t
22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A TALK

A TALK

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE Nearly thousand members of the Bt. John Ambulance Brigade in Ireland. men. women, two bands and six buglers look place on Saturday in the annual lecievv of the ambulance and nursing divisions in Iveagh Gardens, Dublin. The impacting officer Lieutenantn
22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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« Amateurs hear the term " ootential ’* onJ dismiss it as being something techi>> cal that convoys nothing great importance to them in so far as the operation of their sets is concerned. They leave all these dry and dusty terms for theorists to ■wallow and maybe enjoy. With no po
22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Delaney. The band also performed a programme of music throughout the proceedings. Oil the ground was also the A.R.P Auxiliary

Delaney. The band also performed a programme of music throughout the proceedings. Oil the ground was also the A.R.P Auxiliary

Rcser\e, under the command of Controller Saveli 0. Hicks and Assistant Controller Miss Kthel M. Kane. Lieut.-Cen. Sir James Hartigau took the salute. Assistant-Commissioner Connor and General Sir James Hartigau then made the following presentations;—
22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENTATIONS

PRESENTATIONS

Insignia of the Order of St. John to Ambulance Officer Henry McC'ainley and Superintendent George Dukes. Service Medals (Fifteen Years* Brigade Service) to —Brondstone Ambulance Division : Ambulance Officer William F. Jones and Corporal Joseph Knnis. Headquarters Ambulance Divis
22 June 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland