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FOLLOWING tactical exercises on a large scale in the Howth area on Sunday, 2,000 members of the Local Security Force paraded with impressive display before Mr. de Valera, Mr. Oscar Traynor (Minister for Defence), Mr. Gerald Boland (Minister for Justice) and members of the Regula
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
congested roads

congested roads

Dining the day the main roads between Dublin and Howth presented something of war like appearance, but the greater part of the civilian traffic was going towards Howth instead of owav from it. Lorries and cars of almost every description carried troops sandwiched between private
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAFETY GLASS

SAFETY GLASS

MOTOR CARS Polished Plate Glass (or Table Tops awl Shelves. THOS.
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NtKIELL

NtKIELL

sons co. LIMITED, DUBLIN
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECURITY FORCES IN THE BATTLE OF HOWTH

SECURITY FORCES IN THE BATTLE OF HOWTH

was discovered rather lute the day to he dressed in the uniform of a children’s nurse, and was openly pushing a perambulator suitably furnished with a child in close proximity to defence points. Having regard to the progress made the enetnv, their casualties were regarded* light
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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HAND-TO-HAND

HAND-TO-HAND

The first serious enKUßomeut took place at the gates of Howth Castle. Both sides had machine-gun sections in action here, and from belts of trees on either side of the gates
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINISTERS VISIT FIRST AID

MINISTERS VISIT FIRST AID

POSTS The Prime Minister, Mr. Valera, accompanied the Minister for Defence, Mr. Oscar Traynor, and the Minister for Justice, Mr, Gerald Roland, visited three first aid posts of the Sutton Sub-branch of the Irish Red Cross Society during the Howth L.S.r. manopiivres, whicn look p
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1940.

THE WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1940.

14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Peggy herself had become so much Ruth Plotcher that there was little risk of betray her real identity. CHAPTER XXXII.

Peggy herself had become so much Ruth Plotcher that there was little risk of betray her real identity. CHAPTER XXXII.

* mine mouth—keep up, Althea. We’l! be out of it in moment. Althea did not hear, or, she did, failed la understand. She was stupefied with smoke, heat and terror. Peggy dragged her by mum force to the mouth ot the pit, thrust her in, then followed. The adit, one of the scores th
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER XXXI.

CHAPTER XXXI.

WITH A DEADLY EEAUTY. PEGGY stood by the bod where IsoU-l lay, with her tl»e curve he» arm. He’s fine l*oy, Isobel,' hlie said softly. •* He’d have had mother it hadn been for you, Peggy,” Isobel answered. Her eyes were full of gratitude she gazed at her sister. Her words were t
14 September 1940 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland