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. Mr. Robert Crawford, of Stonewold, Ballyshannon, retired ciril engineer and Professor of Civil Egineering in Dublin University, 1862-87, who died on the 31et May last, left personal estate in the United Kingdom valued at £26,716 fie 7d, which £85,960 2s fid is in England. Prob
AUSTRIANS USE AEROPLANES. (Reuter’s Telegram.) Vienna, Friday. A Semlin telegram states that on Tuesday evening a battle opened at Sava Bridge. An Austrian aeroplane lit up the Servian position with searchlight. Howitzera silenced the enemy. Searchlights later revealed the enemy
U.V.P. BADGE. An extraordinary scene waa enacted in the office of the Dublin Detective Department in Exchange Court about ten o’clock on Wednesday morning. It appears that well-known member of the force, who would seem to have Orange sympathies. had been during the laat days wea
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The following official statement was issued yesterday evening by the Admiralty: —The commander of the torpedo flotilla reports that his Majesty’s ahip Amphion and the third torpedo flotilla sunk the German mine-layer Koenigin noon yesterday. The Koenigin Luie is s passenger vess