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Calmat Suds Sent cat Application.

Calmat Suds Sent cat Application.

Calmat Suds Sent Application. b (*Ft d 0 e. hold them abet fee ernes of kind inbred fns hew:rites is this vernal, bet whose naminkii or Aerial over seems they Intl, is their either .em seined the correctly. Wlwo Advortirry wits f`•*7 ;WWFoa tx. a rowntow. of Ore Oar& it 11.'1 for
24 April 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tie IN Canby.

Tie IN Canby.

Tie Canby. Mr. J. 'lope asked the Pram MASK vrheihr Sir Arras, Paget was diherred ham mile2 ... aiato the Mimes of the 3ra= rivet the dety ordered them order and the proem. of property, end did not lovely* the Initiation of mine military operettas, 'visit thEir. Yr. Asquitk—As I
24 April 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I.TIII UNION

I.TIII UNION

Mr. If. 6 Doyle. &pat, returniug biker. has Axed Tuesday, June 2nd. u tho day for the e leetiou of rural district councillors in the li.adare portion Union. Iloaday. 4th of May, the last day for nominal+oas. In the Queen's County portion the elect:on, are also. Axed be Ili. for
24 April 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EOM CUP EASILY WON IT W MULL

EOM CUP EASILY WON IT W MULL

EOM CUP EASILY WON W MULL SI:CCESSEIA INNITERSTRY MEETING. (Specially CoMriimted.) There is • *stet diferenos between going racing at Epeeist and bandown, and whereas the former is always • bit of a fag, one can enjoy the proceedinp on the Either slopes without doing an extra amo
24 April 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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ANEW' a saLume

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24 April 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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LEINSTER SENIOR LEAGUE.

LEINSTER SENIOR LEAGUE.

Metropolitan and Edeae•d Cep BMWS. A meeting of the Loinater Senior League took place last. night at 56 Ilenry street. Sergeant Vaughan. West Riding.. presiding. The only business was the 3letropolitan and Edmond Cup draws, whith remitted W. : Metropolitan Cop—St. .lam..' Gate v
24 April 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

THEATRE ROYAL. PODROILI /runs OARDWIL MIMI' 'Brims. "A YEAR IN AN HOUR." lo t alearrkir. Nub Gnus " THE OkbL FROM UTAH." " :fi t Wed*ad Alt= Nits a Mistake, lies : DOS *el 11'. Iwo pimps tree Tat Rai 1 MA. monthly mall pingo: tall Inoeta4 e►le! MI W M. Cramer, Wood & Co., flt. O
24 April 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY DONEGAL FISHERIES.

COUNTY DONEGAL FISHERIES.

For the development of the County Donegal fisheries the Board of Work* are about to carry out harbour extensions in the county, particularly at Burtonport. Sirdeorge Holmes. M.V.0., chairman of the Board of Works, yesterday returned Dublm after visiting Burtonport. BANGOR LICENS
24 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
and jumping given by the. boys of tl.

and jumping given by the. boys of tl.

and jumping given the. boys tl. Training Scnuol, under The boys gave also a wonderful exhibi* chair tricks. Before leaving, the b--'.-= thanked on behalf of the C.H.G. Mi. 1 Storey, general secretary, and also th' man. who exjnvissed the extreme plea-m. • him see. fine eet boys.
24 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
From a Special Correspondent.

From a Special Correspondent.

Stockton. Thursday Night. weather to-night remains very warm, and while rain would materially benefit (he going, to-night the arrival list euggc.sts that tho fields will lie large, fur many of the horses which ran at Pontefract and aro engaged here will travel over tho morning-
24 April 1914 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland