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ASSOCIATION OF SECONDARY TEACHERS,

ASSOCIATION OF SECONDARY TEACHERS,

IRELAND.
9 April 1910 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Tlie Kerry Evening Post, Wednesday, April 13, 1910.

Tlie Kerry Evening Post, Wednesday, April 13, 1910.

Kerry Evening Post, Wednesday, April 13, 1910. Patrick Cronin said sew Myers wheeling roond with stick and strike Daly one blow. Dely did Bathing Myers far he could see. Uelecfaie Sheehan be saw Myers naming to the palling booth. Be did not eee Myers struck until be (witness) str
13 April 1910 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWS COURT. (Mm Hnan BMP Wjbb», K M; J Kelliker. J Walsh sod T Slattery), Senrml charges for drankanceu werf

TOWS COURT. (Mm Hnan BMP Wjbb», K M; J Kelliker. J Walsh sod T Slattery), Senrml charges for drankanceu werf

hoard and inlrated. Salliran, McCowen’a Uaa, «aa sentenced to foortora day*’ impcisonaant tor being guilty of dia orderly babarioor the 7th Apfil Bear the akatieg rink. In second against same defendant for similar the Bth April, the defendant was sentenced to one month's impriso
13 April 1910 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS. THE STRIKE IN NORTHUMBERLAND.

LATEST NEWS. THE STRIKE IN NORTHUMBERLAND.

Tha Northumberland strike leaders hsvsdeoidsd not to inftoenos for the present the ballot among idls workman by making rsoommsadations ona way or other. This oonsidsrsd be favourable sign of the satly tsemination of ths sectional strike. J»mM Teaban, Market atrmt, was 2a Bd, and
13 April 1910 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

WiLxsa—Bonn—On Monday, April 4th, at Holy Trinity Chureh, Clifton, Derbyshire, the Bar. William Warner, Oxford, assisted Canon Harris, R.D„ of Ashbourne, John Barry Walker, R.G.A., youngest eon of the late P. B, Walker, and Mrs. Walker, 17, SoSolk Square, Cheltenham, to Sarah Ba
13 April 1910 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. To ADVERTISERS, the " KILRUSH HERALD" offers special advantages, as it finds a welcome home among the

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. To ADVERTISERS, the " KILRUSH HERALD" offers special advantages, as it finds a welcome home among the

respectable and wealthy families in West Care, in other counties, and abroad. Our rates for Advertising will always be found moderate and reasonable. For Short Advts., " Wanteds," &c., three insertions for the price of two, prepaid. All Advertisements should be received, If poss
8 April 1910 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
Tbe Oxford and Cambridge Boat-Race owes institution Olin. 10th; 1829). among others, to the two younger sons of the poet

Tbe Oxford and Cambridge Boat-Race owes institution Olin. 10th; 1829). among others, to the two younger sons of the poet

Wordsworth'e beeither, who was Master of Trinity, Csashaidge, 1820-41. Theme bother. aad Christopher. wroto the well-known Creek and Latin grammars, and died Bishops of At. Andrews and of Lincoln respective* The of the pair, Charles. as a Christ Church undergraduate, palled "4"
8 April 1910 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
VOUS 1.611 GE TEETH,

VOUS 1.611 GE TEETH,

VOUS TEETH, wheat* the name Tetrodon. meaning four-toothed. The.mipt interesting peculiarity of the fahak is its power of inflating itself like a balloon, by drawing in a large qmintity of air. Usually it swims in the manner of other fishes, but when danger threatens it rises qui
8 April 1910 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
AN UNDEBGROrND CITY.

AN UNDEBGROrND CITY.

A strange underground city was discovered in Turkestan some years ago beneath a chain of rocky hills, on the right bank of the Amou Dania. There are Streets and squares, and some of the buildings are of two storeys. All the utensils found point to a considerable degree of skill
8 April 1910 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
AIR AS A STIMULANT.

AIR AS A STIMULANT.

The exciting and stimulating properties oxygen aro well known, and everyone felt tho invigorating influence of fresh air; yet little practical application has been made of these beneficial properties of a substance so cheap and universal. When the body is weak, tho brain fatigue
8 April 1910 - Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland