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THE NEWS IN LONDON.

THE NEWS IN LONDON.

The news of the ghastly holocaust reached London early in the morning as people were hurrying to business, and shortly after tea o'clock the first editions of the evening newspapers contained brief accounts of the terrible event. Soon the news spread, and before noon was the tal
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
and when they looked riot a terrific blaze of fire met their gore. It lit up the sky for miles

and when they looked riot a terrific blaze of fire met their gore. It lit up the sky for miles

around. and the huge volatile of black smoke was driven along by the strong southwont wind. which blew almost a gale. Sob- Inspector Lambert and the nine police of who constitute the force of New Souttigat,,' were etre noon mud. aware of what was happeeing. and m rapidly ae poss
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A FIREMAN'S ACCOUNT.

A FIREMAN'S ACCOUNT.

Captain Holland. of the Homaay Fire Brigade. said—" When we arrived they had got no water. I found there was a Groat run. Maur et the bottom of the field. and I got my men to dam the stream' I sent the step. mer down there, and got to work lila that. I ails it less bopelew to at
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL. DUBLIN SOCIETY.

ROYAL. DUBLIN SOCIETY.

The recital by Dr. A. L. Peace of organ music last evening under the auspices of the Royal Dublin Society attracted an audience Battering in its dimensions and apprOciative in its manner of receiving the rendering of the several items on the programme. The opinion erhich the cap
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATE ME. C. O'DONOGHUE.

LATE ME. C. O'DONOGHUE.

THE OBSEQUIES YESTERDAY, Mos Our Reporter). Matte, Tuesday. Today the remains of the late Ids. Charles 0 - Donoghne, J.P., eon of the irDoneghos of the Glens, were interred in Ballitrabown Now Ce rro terry. The deceased gentleman, who was a largo landed proprietor in Westmeath,
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
11HE LABOUR PARTY.

11HE LABOUR PARTY.

To the Editor "Independent and Nation.. Dear Sir—Your isms of this date contains Import of a meeting of the Troche Council. at which Mr. Effingham Lpaght Richardson mudded with a speech wharein be declares "that C-• whole policy adopt.' by the Labour Party since they went into t
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ICHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

ICHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

ANNUAL MEETING. THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. The walnut general mating of the Duthril Chamber of Ocrineneroe nue held in the Read-' ing Room of the Ooninnemini Buildings, lest! afternoon, The President (Far James afurgh3)' oeoirpied the chair, and there sap a good at.' tendathe of m
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GATWICK MEETING.

GATWICK MEETING.

PROGRAMME-11115 DAY, I.46—The PARIDOCK NOVICES' HURDLE RAGE of 70 cove, for certain borers; weifibt for age, eta; winacr to be sold for £5O. Two st lb Mr Bardott's Ms gie Mirror Mr Weller 511 3 Mr J M Bell's Fos Cfittelscr Ambler 611 3 Lord Denham's Hopeine Biondi 511 3 air I P
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORM HANDICAP HITHDLE

CORM HANDICAP HITHDLE

7..1717;;;. i. 10 .on; " . 1t.1 , 66 73f 1— ••••; Two nner after January 22 • 12 7 Allen • 1 2 31r Bean's Xenia.* Mr Wbelngs Cobden Fl L ton 612 8' Mr 13 Boma'. Prier Book (Mb es.) Coro 6 11 11 Yr Bores'. L Beaten Mr Peebles 511 10 Mr It B Sievier's Sabena Owner •11 6 Mr .7 (3 B
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACCIDEN7I9 IN TEE YIELD

ACCIDEN7I9 IN TEE YIELD

MR. JOHN WATSON, M.P.H.. INJCIESD. During a ma yesterday with the Meath Hounds Mr. Watson, Master, had a rather nasty fall over the Cretans double m a bout from Trotter'. gorse. Although ho received slight concussion, the Muter pluckily remounted and continued ea to Gabriel, eel
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland