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BRYANT & MAY'S

BRYANT & MAY'S

SPECIAL PATENT SAFETY MATCHES A.ITORD PROTECTION TROY TIM AND ARE THE BEST FOB HOUSEHOLD USE SWAN VESTAS DO NOT FLAVOUR TILE TOBAOCO. A GREAT BOON TO SMOKERS. DUNVILLE'S WHISKY. 'The laniset • eire—qt is rib free from the ordinary itoperritise of Whisky. It sea. toODO itreottesa
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS ANNOUNCED.

AUCTIONS ANNOUNCED.

BAPTESSBY & CO.—On the Sob prom.. in the Property Saleroom 39 WCATMT4I,II2II Meet, wale of 3 Ines may, capital order Wilma preanines, adloining . the Pour Gods, and loteresta in 23, 24, 25, and 26 Botanic avenue, Drumondra. GANLY, SONS, 8 CO.— To-morrow de of 100 Manchester tram
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PENAL SERVITUDE. A LORD'S EXPERIENCES.

PENAL SERVITUDE. A LORD'S EXPERIENCES.

AN INTERESTING VOLUME. (Special Telegram.) Medan, Teemlay. Tim Press Amociatioa hae had from tee Heinemann, an advance copy of a work entitled, Servitude," by W. B. N., and the author of which is understood to be Lord William Neville, 0410 is et prefatory par says that the notes
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURTHER CALCULATIONS.

FURTHER CALCULATIONS.

ANTHER ACTUARY'S VIEWS.
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. 4100DBODY INTERVIEWED ICOLNEY HATCH ANNEXE

MR. 4100DBODY INTERVIEWED ICOLNEY HATCH ANNEXE

LUNATICS IN A DEATH-TRAP ote e dmt a the oeyleei, was among their* oeM lied on the scene, and worked with devotion and energy obi& were exemplary. It wan not oral the omit of decoration sad et nacos was complete and the ottani ad dir dirater ass practically known gra be pr. witt
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"FOUGHT LIKE FIENDS."

"FOUGHT LIKE FIENDS."

Varying accounts of the rescue scores healed the outside crowd, but little in the way of direct personal narrative. One oglirial rho for obvious reasons desired to remain anonymous, declared that the terror of some of the patients was heartrending, while others scampi nnerly una
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A VISIT TO THE SCENE.

A VISIT TO THE SCENE.

- - --- Although up to a late hour no one had been permitted to visit the scene of the fire, rt from officials, the Press Association remesenteries wee sutrequeittly permitted to do so. and was I:companies' by a courteous official. who told the Visiting Committee deeired to give
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEARCH FOR THE DEAD.

SEARCH FOR THE DEAD.

Shortly akar 8 We.leek the gruesome teak of looking for the victims began, end it was, qnictly enettnined that the worst fears were reaksed. la very few instances was identities, bon poksible, so completely had the racagiegt fire done ds work, and so tierce had been the heat and
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH MIN INDEPENDENT AND NATION, WEDNESDAY, JANE.A.RE 2t, 1903.

THE IRISH MIN INDEPENDENT AND NATION, WEDNESDAY, JANE.A.RE 2t, 1903.

28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WORK OF RESCUE.

THE WORK OF RESCUE.

As soon as was humanly possible the officers ,and others employed at tins Asylum now from 'their beds, and rushed to whew the shrieking I creatures were vainly endeavouring to straggle from the jaws of death. Officials of every !grade, men and women, put forth heroic efforts Ito
28 January 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland