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RHinson AND CI ver , s and their friends is find our Ready -to - Departments eryirltre_t th: t just

RHinson AND CI ver , s and their friends is find our Ready -to - Departments eryirltre_t th: t just

now. Washing Frocks Igo.I—SIIANTUNG Con, . in the new sensi•fitting shape, tr,:r. • eelf.bettons, and suitable for present wear Puce ea No. 3—WASHING FRO( n taarked zephyrs, trimmeri ur voile, useful for tennis and seaside No. 3—GEORGETTE in cotton, trimmed Ivory net a ,at. wint
2 June 1919 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING.

SHIPPING.

2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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al 0 Therein lies the reason for this Ffoliday-Week play. The fresh, new Summery Merchandise and Holiday requirements are arriving daily and will continue to arrive throughout the week, when they will be announced and sold at Special Holiday-Week Prices.
2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Brows Thomas A. CO., LM., DOM*.

Brows Thomas A. CO., LM., DOM*.

FRANCIS SPAIGHT A SONS, LTD., UMERICK, FOR . . Pierce Horse Sprayers, Eclair Knapsack Sprayers, Four Oak Knapsack Sprayers, Sulnhate of Copper, Soda Crystals, McCormick Meadow Mowers. Massey-Harris Meadow Mowers, Harrison McGregor Meadow Mowers, in one and 4 two horse. McCormick
2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLERY'S

CLERY'S

2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GERMANS GROWING OBDURATE. –

GERMANS GROWING OBDURATE. –

GERMANS GROWING OBDURATE. "I WILL NOT SIGN" SAYS RANTZAU. May 20 on the prism-en; of war question isays Renter) renews the demand that the prisoners held by the Associated Powershall all be released, and alleges that German prisoners of war in France are cendemned to long terms o
2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRELAND'S TWO FORCES. A BAR TO ENGLISH UNITY,

IRELAND'S TWO FORCES. A BAR TO ENGLISH UNITY,

Mr. Erskine Childers, in en article In the " English Review," oa and Bight in Ireland." recalls that the defeat of militarises and was "urged upon Ireland as a reason for her enthusi• ratio participatasn an the war. although, with incredible blindness to the facts of human natur
2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHIEF SECRETARYSHIP

THE CHIEF SECRETARYSHIP

MR. MACPHEFISONS POSITION. "The present position with regard to the Irish Secretaryship is that Mr. Macpher-' son desires to leave the pint, but is not pressing his retirement," writes the Political Correspondent of the " Daily Mail." " Both Nationalists and Ulster M.P.'s are an
2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH PROBLEM

THE IRISH PROBLEM

APPEAL FOR ITS SOLUTION. To the Editer " Irish Independent." Sir—Now that the greate s t war the world has known has been fought and finished. will sat say won. because the defeated satires are still powerful and can never he destroyed—is it not time that the petty wars which sn
2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIVAL RACE AT EPSOM. THE CANDIDATES' CREDENTIALS.

REVIVAL RACE AT EPSOM. THE CANDIDATES' CREDENTIALS.

Bright weather—but unfortunately hard going u well—looks certain for the Epsom Derby which will be re%ived with much of tta wonted glory on Wednesday nest. The field will not be less than a dozen according to present arrangements. The Panther Is the favourite, and be may see a s
2 June 1919 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland