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WAR NEWS •IN BRIEF

WAR NEWS •IN BRIEF

29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMO DOLLARS FOR lELGIAN REFUGEES.

IMO DOLLARS FOR lELGIAN REFUGEES.

()Uwe. lionday. The °maim Cloyeawment atineanow tbst it will • great of WOW denim for G. relief el Beira* by the wet. The great will be eapplastented leter.
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENDORSED BY ELECTORS NEUTRALITY IS ABSOLUTE NONSENSE

ENDORSED BY ELECTORS NEUTRALITY IS ABSOLUTE NONSENSE

(Reeter's 'telegram.) M . rday. General Botha to.day e r ddresad about 'nee thousand of his constituents, et Bank, in the Trans, ad. His speechwas received with tremendous enthitrum, the wall minority in the opposition being hopelswely numbered. . In smith co of his speech, whic
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DR. ESMONIDE, L.P.

DR. ESMONIDE, L.P.

Oddment; the Volunteers at Hirt, Erroonde, M.P., mid there were oo domestic polities in the Volunteers. " You Ire. land's army. and your duty I. to Ireland first and last," he etri r airned amidst cheers. You iinust remember thin the greatest calamity 'that could happen to Irela
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DROGHEDA BATTALION

DROGHEDA BATTALION

IN TM! SANDS OP JUL REDMOND. M pardde meting of the Drogheda Corps of the I. N. V. held on the Mall on Sunday. the Mayor of Drogheda, Mr. J. Callaghan, J.P., T.C., presiding, the following resolution MY unanimously paned, on the propo.e of M. J. Owens, wooded by Alderman J. Elso
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EAST AFRICA.

EAST AFRICA.

Leataoant ii. — tiOnvetoft, Regiment. Ma 'been killed la East Atria Pialeetonwie.
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
eXPORT3 or TORTEK:

eXPORT3 or TORTEK:

eXPORT3 TORTEK: Morro A. CIS moots for N» porn from Bill of and Mumma Las. Pima 2154 7046 290 344 IT 11472 week re.* tee woks:- 1431 446 716 ON - : omm rw eft 7034 306 03 - The atuproeete of the other Dahlia lima for the week 'ethos September Mk 1914, were: Twt - 1114 9 1 T 42 2t
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED

WANTED

EX - NON - COMMISSIONED OFFICERS of the REGULAR ARMY for Duty with the 16th Division, to Enlist for the Duration of the War, and to be restored to the Rank they held on quitting the Army, immediately after Enlistment. Age up to 55 years, if physically fit. Candidates for Enlistm
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORDER OF RUNNING.

ORDER OF RUNNING.

AIDE RiCHDLZ PACE 01 100 0041 I bon tad. Tire mgr. SESCOT -ELLIN° HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE el 70 awl I men le be told 10. T., TETTE:C[IMA HiILING HANDICAP HrRDLE RACE 70 eon. And I. ; sold for Two STAFFORDSHIRE HANDICAP STEEPLE• CHASE of 120 sem ond I to SW. Tim lIINOIT ROLE HANI.
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDITIONAL ARRIVALS

ADDITIONAL ARRIVALS

Atte'nines, Beanntanor, Captain Farrell. Choke. Captain Rms. Dabber, Early Perry. Tel-rant, Tootitcht. Rill. (hey Ti.. Tlennerea. Mana, John Redmond. Jac!tont. Rniaht !Hallam. Tonto . T 44 Ornate. Laird. Merry Lock Miantattr. Popahot. Predominant. Ramapo. Bath. !army. Robin, San
29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland