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BOMB 6UTRAGE IN LONDON

BOMB 6UTRAGE IN LONDON

The Chorcli o! St. Martin in tfce Field*. Tendon, was Sunday night the scene of bomb outrage, believed be the work of Suffragettes, At 10.20 the constable on oTirsfl!* heard the an explosion, end, obtaining. the keys the building, had up after tlje evening serv ice. two etaincd-
11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WITH THE IRISH IN GREAT BRITAIN. (FBOM OUE SOB RESPONDENT.)

WITH THE IRISH IN GREAT BRITAIN. (FBOM OUE SOB RESPONDENT.)

WITH THE IRISH IN GREAT BRITAIN. SOB RESPONDENT.) London, Tuesday. Tho debate the accond reading of the Home Rule Bill was followed with the keenest interest by London Irishmen, who realised that this was the last time—with tho exception of four or live days—that the measure will
11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Irish Societies Meet.

Irish Societies Meet.

0 A meeting of the Irish societies of Liverpool was held at 1 Lawrence street Sunday night last. Councilor Austin Harford, J.P., presided. report was submitted connection with the expenses of the great procession celebration St. Patrick’s Day. It was nuanimomsly decided to have
11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JoeMion. W* Oem '*ch iy Mr.

JoeMion. W* Oem '*ch iy Mr.

11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Glasgow (O’Meagher Condon).

Glasgow (O’Meagher Condon).

Meeting in the Dale street Hall, Trades ton, Sunday, Mr. Philip president, presiding. the motion Mr. J- G. Hughes, seconded Mr. Michael resolution was passed in silence expressing sincere regret at the death of that veteran Nationalist. Mr. T. D. Sullivan, and conveying the symp
11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
From – – ; IRISH ORATORS.

From – – ; IRISH ORATORS.

From - - IRISH ORATORS. m pwPw" M GENERAL BURKE’S SPEECH FROM THE DOCK. I offer them that which i« poor enough, the thanks, the sincere and heartfelt thanks honest man. I offer them, too, in the name of America, the thanks tho Irish people. I know that I am hero without relative—
11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
paper patterns.

paper patterns.

Paper patterns the parmente illustrated can supplied for 6&<* each post free. Applications should addressed to "Home and Fashion," House, Carmelite street, London, E.C. Stamps most encloeed. and the number the pattern stated cases. Pattern* • will despatched within three the iso
11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Profession of Journaßem

The Profession of Journaßem

The Profession of is one of ever-growing importance, and one which particularly fitted to the character of the Irish. Now is truer than ever before that the pen mightier than the sword. Unfortunately, this power is but often used to oppose the Faith of Christ. Facts arc distorted
11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 April 1914 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland