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29 September 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(“Times’ Telegram, per Press Association. - Copyright.) OSTEND, Monday. The latter part of Saturday afternoon and much of yesterday 1

(“Times’ Telegram, per Press Association. - Copyright.) OSTEND, Monday. The latter part of Saturday afternoon and much of yesterday 1

spent watching the fighting to the south Termonde, which ceased with the retirement off the Germans'towards Brussels. At about three .o’clock Sunday afternoon the fighting was the heaviest in this stricken region for about fortnight, the casualties on both sides being considerab
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMPIRE THEATRE.

EMPIRE THEATRE.

TWICE MOUTLI » end BRYAN, Glodyz Hooter. WeiEsr'* UusnSa. LillM W«moo. Maxiord end O’Neill, The Ripper*. Nelli* B*bbie, Eicpirewep* W»r Pieuum, DION ROUND ROOM, ROTUNDA lb* lb« rUH»lll DAILY «.4a and 9. Om>a Striae ftillirillmiriM »na la.: U. 64. THE ABBEY THEATRE qWa»NKSD\T. Th
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
How Long ?

How Long ?

The on© question which beyond all others engross©® the attention the public just at present is, long is the war going to last?’’ Different answers have been given to that question; but the onlv safe way answer is to resist the temptation to pose authority, and to «aj frankly tha
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
stb royal irish lancers, old COMRADES ASSOCIATION'

stb royal irish lancers, old COMRADES ASSOCIATION'

Mrs. Phillips, Perkside House, N.C. road, Win, wife H. F&udel Phillip®, Lancers, President of the Association, i* prepared to receive parcels for forwarding to N.U.O’a Mid men at tb© front. The foikfwinff articles are suggested: Shirts, socks, wristlet*, mittens, boracic powder,
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER

THE WEATHER

Monday, September 28th. Abstract of observations made Dnblin, Lat. Bdeg. 20minVN~ Long. 6deg.’l6min. 'w, 9a m. 3 p.m. Height of barometer 30.219 m. 30.32t0n. State of barometer rising. rising. Dry bulb thermometer 57.3 P S 5.60 Wet bulb thermometer 64.6° 62.1° Dew point temperat
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BATTLE OF

BATTLE OF

DESPERATE GERMAN ATTACKS Effort to Break Through Allies’ Lines
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARTICULARS.

PARTICULARS.

Promotion to non-commissioned Rank immediately after enlistment. Age no obstacle so long as competent No liability for abroad if over 45, or, cases, 40. service special Pensioners may draw their pensions in addition to pay of Rank at Army Rates. Apply for information or enlistme
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A GREAT IMPERIAL FEDERATION

A GREAT IMPERIAL FEDERATION

that would have brought together the whole nation? But it was not so. Present party tactics, present party advantage, present selling of friends mitigate the hostility of enemies—that was the policy his Majesty’s Government. I do not believe it was the policy of the co.mtrv (hea
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON BETTING.

LONDON BETTING.

LONDON. Monday. There was considerable amount of betting on the to-day. Princess Dorrie wound up decided favourite, for, opening at 1.500 to 120, "he closed 10'a. which price was still offer. Fit* Tama advanced a couple of points troni 1,000 60. and Warlmgham bad friends at 500
29 September 1914 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland