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EASILY ANSWERED.

EASILY ANSWERED.

11aquart of Buttermilk coat 3d. What could 24 (Owns coot? gi s & t rctetir " Fe rlac" equals 24 iguana of WWI greater value? Wbaa we claim that " FEN I. AC" bia merits different from any preparation ever thtroduced Ire are doing so backed by the opinions of Bakers from all parts
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISCHARGED SOLDIERS.

DISCHARGED SOLDIERS.

"Another ta.Soldlte" ado the erne d letters re diu - narsid soldiers ,f having dons his bit, he is he to ann . , %hole serial order: Also, doe, he <under int; done his bit," his fault or he cannot expeet that because be he hate hig abode la IMMta uhy this tirade against the take
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOMEN AND THE CHURCH

WOMEN AND THE CHURCH

The Rt. Rev. Dr. Gregg, in moving the , second reading of a Bill to amend Chapters 1. 2,3, 7, and 8 of the CA - institution, said it was drafted with a view to admit. tong women to the parochial franchise of the Church. The Synod could not stop the, Rill. Even now the door was s
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH TRADE COMBINES. A PLEA FOR GO-OPERATION.

BRITISH TRADE COMBINES. A PLEA FOR GO-OPERATION.

To the Editor " Irish Inclobimdent." Sir—l desire to call attention to the alarming increase of British trade busts and combines in the hope that Lich traders and manufacturers and the public generally will take steps to safeguard Irish industrial and commercial interests. Somet
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMPIRE THEATRE

EMPIRE THEATRE

6.45 ENORMOUS SUCCESSI THE FITZ-GERALD OPE2A COMPANY PRESENT MY LADY MOLLY," Charming Comte Opera by Moe, Jose& POWERFUL CAST. oacsaerßA k COMPANY OF 100 PF.RFORMERS BOOK YOUR SEATS TIVOLI TIVOLI Lowe & Loman, Jack Barty, Comedians Nature. New Humorist. DOLLY RICHARDSON. MORISIC
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL

THEATRE ROYAL

AIIUtIMENTS. HIPPODROME 6.45....T1V1CE N10RTLY....8.45 MARGARET COOPER. MAXIM [LIAR, The Wonderful Chlmpalgeee. NELLIE WIG LE hree ME RRILLR, DE MASH, Y, Peggy Rene A Dodd, 3 EnNum. WINTER GARDENS. Vocalist This W eek—MISS REY ROYCE. ABBEY THEATRE. MAT 2Ots. c 3 AN)) MATINEE. Pr
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUSH INDEPENDENT, WEIJIII93DAY, MAT 14, 1912.

HUSH INDEPENDENT, WEIJIII93DAY, MAT 14, 1912.

captured on December 3. Had the birds' been sent to London immediately after they wercr-taken they would not have arrived in a good condition. It is an offence to have possession at any time in London of birds "recently taken." Three judges of the King's Bench Division had to co
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEACE CONFERENCE ITEMS.

PEACE CONFERENCE ITEMS.

The .Pago.fgav Per burnout at Belgrade tem. Dalmatia be consulted regarding Ita future. AU " velettons hitherte contemplated aa rp the Adriatic have been abandoned, tae " [nth Pactslen." Mr. Chamberlain, In Parliament yeatev o th,, rated that approximately the (lemmas paid 06.00
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY EXTRA TO-DAYS LONDON PAPERS RULED BY CASTLE CLLRKS IRELAND'S PRESENT CONDITION.

CITY EXTRA TO-DAYS LONDON PAPERS RULED BY CASTLE CLLRKS IRELAND'S PRESENT CONDITION.

"Lord French," says the Dublin correspondent of the "Daily Mail," "is in England, Mr. Macpherson at Westiminaker„ and Mr. James M'Mahon, the Irish Under- Secretary, crossed over last night in the same boat as the returning delegate& What Lord Mac Donnell called the dcult builneo
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUICIDE IN THEATRE

SUICIDE IN THEATRE

OF FAMOUS FRENCH ACTRESS. While the Sarah Bernhardt Theatre was being tilled on Monday evenipg with people coming to see Alexander Duma's famous play "La Dame aux Camalias," a real pathetic tragedy was, says the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle," taking place behind t
14 May 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland