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OZANAM FETE

OZANAM FETE

IN AID OF LOCAL CONFERENCE NEXT SATURDAY AT 4 O'CLOCK / IMPORTANT NOTICE.--Eadb Person passing Weep turnstile will be premien v4ll Ticket entitling Mem le partake In • Prise • Drawing. tbe Result wild will be rehabbed In Ike Prase en IMIL Jane. Rod% v. Suds. aTCNWAIII MY UPSUNNI
6 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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6 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
4110,1711111NG SIG AND urns

4110,1711111NG SIG AND urns

SIG AND urns Prosecution, far overcharging yesterday gave the magistrate at Blackrock au opportunity for condemning profiteering. The mereharging was equivalent in the different' ankles to 20 per rent_ 16i per rent., 8 per cent., and per cent., and 2 per cent. above the control '
6 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD FRENCITS

LORD FRENCITS

[Resignation of Viceroyalty "Most Immediate Demand." Lord French's position Viceroy of Ire- (land has been seriously shaken by Mr., I.taquith's discMrore•. *rites the London, correepondent of the ''Literpool Daily IPoeC" It is no exaggeration to say that the general public, none
6 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ils THERE A WAR ON NOW?

Ils THERE A WAR ON NOW?

Hlnteresting Reply to Question u to Lord French's Culpability General Croft asked in the noise of Com. mons yesterday whether Lore trench had pub. fished various confidential documents, which the learned of in his official capacity. including 'hit original instructions from Fiel
6 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNDALK TRAVELLER SHOT

DUNDALK TRAVELLER SHOT

Four policemen and a young woman were wounded by shols Bred iu SL, Stephen's Green last night. The untoward incident, which was a sequel to the prohibition of a James Connolly commenioralion gathering in the Mansion House, caused great sensation in the city. A large crow° had ga
6 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT HOME &

AT HOME &

News Items from F 1 Near Eggs 1W par (Cork) Market o batanlay. Th. Finnish Fureigh has tendered Ili. re. The Lett troop !UM 01 Hip kihmo u hour,. The French *tierce. hat. Sl eeted ILI in Foreign Assockste. tronmitig ordinary thy l b Airmen's Th., French Jirnmit, glfrr, [from inj
2 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALLEGED ASSAULT SY SI F.P.

ALLEGED ASSAULT SY SI F.P.

lh Southwn Court on Saturable, !trainee Ur. Swifte, K.C.. a young man named 'Patrick O'Neill, motor , of 'Ottephen'a tone, off I.nwer Mount street, lCharged by Constable Neils 19.31 M with has. ing the pretintes night at Cleat Brunswick lateen lted fasnee.Cornnral ilnhhina. ,the
2 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Kennedy's Bread FINEST QUALITY MADE • . 130 at. Britain w. N. Patrick's DCALLS.

Kennedy's Bread FINEST QUALITY MADE • . 130 at. Britain w. N. Patrick's DCALLS.

2 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL.

AT ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL.

Anoung then who darted St. Vincent pital to infinite after the condition of the patienta were the Lord Mayor ui tha Chief tiecretary, Mr. Ilatpherson; the I:nderbacretary, Mr. James Mar-Malmo; and Chia! iontr of NIX* AN ARREST. A man named Patrick Murray, of blontagoi street, wa
6 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland