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CYCLES, Advnrvi-eatfntß in this column, 18 words for Sixpence, 24 words Kghtpenoc, words Tenpencr . Four consecutive insert for the

CYCLES, Advnrvi-eatfntß in this column, 18 words for Sixpence, 24 words Kghtpenoc, words Tenpencr . Four consecutive insert for the

price tluce; Prepaid. RIEL Cycles, 2s. weekly; own approved -A- security; carriage paid over Ireland; write for catalogues, J. Kelly and Co., Lower Abbey street, Dublin. 7776H11 ENT'S Freewheel Cycle, frame, tically new. new tyres; reasonable. Address letters Box 963, Daily Expr
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSINESS NOTICES V<ir**n;se«sents in this nohimn. 18 for S.*pcri«e, words Te^ip»Bce; Four conoecntlvc iswertfons for the pnm-nt three ; Prepaid.

BUSINESS NOTICES V<ir**n;se«sents in this nohimn. 18 for S.*pcri«e, words Te^ip»Bce; Four conoecntlvc iswertfons for the pnm-nt three ; Prepaid.

A Estate, Houses, ftmnjsea, Furniture, Library. Picture, consoll TjertUn, 91 Harcourt straet. 7783H5
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"EMRST-CLASS Dressmaking, Gostismeo speciality; moderate. Miss Hyland. 6 Whitworth place, llrumcoodra. r 7976H10

"EMRST-CLASS Dressmaking, Gostismeo speciality; moderate. Miss Hyland. 6 Whitworth place, llrumcoodra. r 7976H10

7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAN AGH—Bedroom >nd Sittingroom; attendar.fe; no children. 7 Ashfield road very moderate. 7934

RAN AGH—Bedroom >nd Sittingroom; attendar.fe; no children. 7 Ashfield road very moderate. 7934

7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN AND THE DRAMA

DUBLIN AND THE DRAMA

Dhcrce,*® Ths o* 9 -’* » W«®ntSy produced, wore played Dtibim 25 ago, «vhile that died 25 age is now being revived. hese, center ded, were not what should produced present, m they were not new. Th© General —Have they Charley’s Aunt?” (Laughter.) Mr. iJclloway—l don’t object that
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIRST SHOT.

THE FIRST SHOT.

The Fvtiiing Standard says;—The patriotism the Belgians lias been magiiihcent from the start. The pluck with which they took their stand for and justice will not bo forgotten bistorv. These first shots reailv moan a good deal, not only t-jelkaily-l'ut mortally. It of high import
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC UNITED PRAYER MEETING.

PUBLIC UNITED PRAYER MEETING.

public united intercessory prayer meeting in connection with the war will be held in the large hall the Christian Union* Buildings, Lower Abbey street, on Sunday, 9th inst., 3.30 p.m., the auspices the City Y.M.C.A. The President of the Association. Lord Langford, will preside,
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A Press Association South Shields tele

A Press Association South Shields tele

gram states: Tyneside shipowners have received information from the Admiralty that they may safely send their ships anywhere in the North Sea in daylight. The liritish North Sea fleet engaged the Herman high sea fleet, and are chasing them towards the coast of Holland. FIRING HE
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRON BOUND GERMAN MILITARISM Pacific People Pay Penalty

IRON BOUND GERMAN MILITARISM Pacific People Pay Penalty

The Tiroes says—Wo arc willing for once find our*elves in the unwonted company Mr. Wedgwood, -ind to admit that it is not much the German people arc fighting as the German military and diplomatic caste: the men who have distorted the old German spirit and fettered it in bonds ir
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTH SEA CLEAR

NORTH SEA CLEAR

The “Daily Now*” correspondent wire* from Newcastle, 1 a.ra.: Wireless information was received in South Shields shortly before midnight last night the effect that the British North Sea Fleet had yesterday engaged the German High Sea Fleet in a heavy battle off the south of the
7 August 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland