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A.:: HELD !VERY A FTF; lIN (X) N AN!) E VENIN For Pull -• •

A.:: HELD !VERY A FTF; lIN (X) N AN!) E VENIN For Pull -• •

A.:: HELD !VERY A FTF; (X) AN!) E VENIN 1111. I'Llbri 'UAW' V/ FIN4NCIAL. to E. 1,000 Advanced Privately' J31:1.1 and apOication %WI. scna!tvr also i• B1 . 1:S r pro:l.re nee trans. verme toutual:i medl unit". !minims artualii bp& :Canal k, sLuri Loan. ADVANCES !per) 31 Exchequer
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Flat Full of Jewels and Other Loot A man giving the name of Esward Shelley, a kinema actor, who has

Flat Full of Jewels and Other Loot A man giving the name of Esward Shelley, a kinema actor, who has

twice been a con' vici and who nerved throughout the war as a, sergeant-major in a Canadian infantry battalion, being wounded six times, has described ' lto the detectives at New York police head. ;Ignarters how, during the last months, he lhas rubbed every big hotel in • New Yo
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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e•t Co o. , Notscall tit, tbo 17th' .e.: and :pttoes itiiio.l t 'Kt ua ,: f)C.::re
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MATRIMONY

MATRIMONY

and unit ale Moat, nab nat able, toliddki.agnd ginil!aniati, view thoroughly Nitrdacto.y re(erneiciigiver! M I I requined; vtrict Aikirenia 1371 I retntia A TRIMON —Vnit9c . 3lnn t VOW 2 Lady (26) it It aew In al,. I& Irmo n .14
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INOUR OF KNIGHTHOOD

INOUR OF KNIGHTHOOD

Philip Herbert Hanson, C 13., Director!General of Contracts, nod one of Com- Imissioncrs of Public Works in Ireland. James MaeNlntion, Linder-Secretary w Ireland. .lojefr flodwell Wilkinson, Ulster King of Arms. .4.• LINCILLORS 7 t - 4.14 45 , e •
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Our Annual Winter THE LICANSED DISPOIS

Our Annual Winter THE LICANSED DISPOIS

Our Annual Winter LICANSED DISPOIS Litter from Secretary of t Employers' Association TO TUE EDITDE OF TIM ETEIIING TEIEGRAFE. iSear Sir—/ am directed to put the facts surrounding the present dispute with the Assistants' - Union (Vintners' Section) before the public, so that they
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A GREAT IRISHMAN Sir, Horace Plunkett Passes Away in America

A GREAT IRISHMAN Sir, Horace Plunkett Passes Away in America

PERMITS FOR THE PARK' BRILLIANT AND Dublin police report no now developmental As we go to press word reaches us of the recent sensational events in theithe death of Sir Horace Plunkett, whi Phoenix Park 'is reported ro have taken place . America. Sir Horace left Dublin .a feetni
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I It I; L A N D.

I It I; L A N D.

I It I; L A D. BANk A BRAXCII Mis 'BANK wiU L, orraD at Tll AILNES • 31..NDAY, &t 1 JANUARY, IWO. in Tenitpnrary et )o. 2 WYNXIWIELD ROAD 4in-r iota 2 DUGGAN matt:, iIATLUINES T II I/ It 1:31 UNIoN. mr.tcA;. OfFlChlt •t Gaonlittaa will , at flair tne.elirt.4l be Ott • Voielay, 12
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Alms mil Willits.

Alms mil Willits.

There are Proportional Itspreseutation. That which has been adopted for Ireland is the systent of the ringle transferable ' j o s, put, whatever the system, the object is the same--iiimely, to make the' re preventative body u true reSex of the eon-, stittieticy which elects it.
01 January 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OF THE GREAT WAR. ENJOYABLE WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE.

OF THE GREAT WAR. ENJOYABLE WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE.

Under the auspices of the Londonderry Branch of the Comrades of the Great War a very successful whist drive and dance was held in the Guildhall last night with a view to raising funds for the furnishing of the Union Hall, which the Comrades have taken over for, the purposes of a
01 January 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland