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ADVANCE OF THE ALLIED ARMIES. GERMANS DRIVEN EAST & NORTH EAST

ADVANCE OF THE ALLIED ARMIES. GERMANS DRIVEN EAST & NORTH EAST

The situation in France and Belgium is not clear, but the telegrams indicate that the Allied armies advancing in France are clearing the northwestern part of the country of the Ger• wa n t tar as the Belgian fron tier and a line from Lassigny to Tssenth tour of the Antwerp forts
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ON BELGIAN FRONTIER. GREAT BATTLE PENDING. GERMANS RETREATING FROM FRANCE

ON BELGIAN FRONTIER. GREAT BATTLE PENDING. GERMANS RETREATING FROM FRANCE

(Times - Telegrams per P.A.—Copyright 1 North of Francs, Monday rho Waist information I bass boon able to obtain speaks still of strong German columns of all sans passing Dailleul in She direction of Ypran Round about tbst town the Gamma appear to be concentrated in very large n
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MALLTRAT (CO. MONAGHAN) VOLUNTEERS

MALLTRAT (CO. MONAGHAN) VOLUNTEERS

Lana Mr. Iltedmasts NWT. October 7th, 1914. meekly mooting of the Committee of the motion of M. Jamas by Btu M. Boylan, it woo noun,: =&tidal to Mond by your policy with to the tel of the Voluntoern &pie 'lobo's to be mot to you and to
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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l Ada taws. sky,.— theatre eee have eyeshot! earth Werke by the Ninth and Teak Doha armee on October kb sad bAla - eatllealitng efforte via Behirerteett she bye repulsed. the Raeder being • *mod In Spode Poised the ad. nn, ann.. have nerhed Ciro*. south of Warsaw, we wok thaassod
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONNAUGHT RANGERS. EASTERN STRUGGLE.

THE CONNAUGHT RANGERS. EASTERN STRUGGLE.

RIGRADE RALF DESTROYED; IMINTENEGRINS CAPTURE GUNS War Special Roma, Monday. Intone from Belgrade rya after the hating thorn wadi, Iraq, elthoigh half dettroyed, still bravely It u and the tobacco manufactory WORK OP LADIES* COMMITTEE. la rued to the ground, and the ALAI.. PPa h
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOLDIERS' WIVES

SOLDIERS' WIVES

PATIENT OF ALLOWANCES Prom an early hoar yesterday monsing the vicinity of the Sulu Ball end Predewick Lw at. • buy suns owing to the fact that the operation of paying out of Separation Allow snots to the dependent. of midi.a at the front bad been transferred there from the 4eer
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'TM ILOWEASTAINED WILLIAM."

'TM ILOWEASTAINED WILLIAM."

Earl Cisme. sprains lea night il Hamm. said throntiout the peat sixty dears Germany had been the arch dinarha of Europe, the restless world intriguer always bullying the weak and trying to, control the strong. Germany's action' towards Belgium was the greatest crime in history.
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMPIRE THEATRE

EMPIRE THEATRE

Miss Jet Wane, who is familiar to Dublin music-hall patrons as an accomplished artiste, is filling the place of honour in the Empire Theatre programme th.s week. ULM night .he received a moat enthusiastic ovation et' both hour. Her songs were rendered with. greet dull and point
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIVOLI THEATRE.

THE TIVOLI THEATRE.

Thera an wocellent penance et the Tivoli Theatre this welt. The Dandy Man- cots direct from the Landau Hippodrome, are the special starring engagement, and judging by the they achieved kat eight the enterprising manegernest were more than jystihrod in securing their service. The
13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME RULE ACT. FURTHER MESSAGES TO MR. REDMOND Mr. Redmond has received the fol. lowing : FROM SWITZERLAND.

HOME RULE ACT. FURTHER MESSAGES TO MR. REDMOND Mr. Redmond has received the fol. lowing : FROM SWITZERLAND.

13 October 1914 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland