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CATHOLICS.

CATHOLICS.

Rome. Monday. Pope the occasion the opening the Chicago Exhibition will address loiter the American bishops in which he will appeal for concord am<>og all Catholic*. STRIKE BIRMINGHAM IRON- ! PLATE WORKERS. Birmingham, Monday. I The ironplate worker* on strike in Bitting- ] ham
03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEALSKINS—SILKS-LINENS.

SEALSKINS—SILKS-LINENS.

AT GREAT CENTRAL PAWN OFFIOE, FLEET BTBEET Rere Bonk or IniLaxo.) Cash advanced to any amount on the above, also Diamonds, Gold Watchet. Jewellery. Sil.er Plate, Pianos, tjrcles, Furniture. Plated Ware, Cutlery, Guns, Tweeds, Teaa, Ctfars. Traders' Stocks, and every variety ef v
03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW LORD MAYOR

NEW LORD MAYOR

CONFERRING THE FREEDOM THE CITY ON THE LORD MAYOR LONDON. LLNCHEON AT THE MANSION HOUSE. The inauguration of Councillor Shanks Lord Mayor Dublin took place yesterday. It remarkable for praaeocc Alderman Kaill, the Lord Mayor of I/OQ ion, whom the freedom of the Irish Metropolis
03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mi John typ their old u*jw th«

Mi John typ their old u*jw th«

03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE CITY HALL.

IN THE CITY HALL.

The ceremonial in the City Hall naturally attracted a good deal of interest on the part of the public, and there was a lively competition for places by a large audienoe, chiefly composed ladles. The central hall was very tastefully dewrated for the occasion, arranßemente were ma
03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
r.NANUfOC* TOTE OF KT COLI-F Aon 3.

r.NANUfOC* TOTE OF KT COLI-F Aon 3.

and, therefore, my first and most agreeable duly to thank tuera wise all ray heart for tbe very high honour that they have upon me. and for t)>e proof which they have given to all our fitllnw-ciUzens that 1 porfoens their confidence (hear, hear*, and that id their estimation I m
03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AS t*C.ART'S TAXATION

AS t*C.ART'S TAXATION

t*C.ART'S TAXATION —for, at the I that is matter of very Hpccial interes?. to citiaeas, j bi-caase we are goiog *Uve con- • nolidated municipal rate 5e the pound, | an against rate of in the for the j past year—what value ara the going to have for the 7d rate ? Before 1 answer th
03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A STRONG AROOIXN'r

A STRONG AROOIXN'r

A STRONG for the action taken by the Corporation in obtaining control their own collection. Now. considerable proportion of the loas in rates in , Dublin is da<* the nonpayment of rates tenement bouses. Those houses are mainly i occupied by workingmen, who pay their rents winch i
03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the coEpoßanox 13 rxnucmD or !u*rrs*

the coEpoßanox 13 rxnucmD or !u*rrs*

the or !u*rrs* I would say, and it has been referred before, that there have been many glaring instances of oou payment of taxes on booses other chan tenement booses ; and. in regard to defasaltcrs of that class. I may say that the new rates . department is determined pat an end
03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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03 January 1893 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland