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THE POSITION OF THE POORT.

THE POSITION OF THE POORT.

The eastern limit of the Transvaal is Eomati Poort, and not all the evils local conditions can detract save nominal eense from it* value reason of the geographical interests that centre here. Komati Poort is sixty miles from Delagoa Bay, and situated the junction of two the larg
December 8, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIVAL OF A SCIENTIFIC CONTROVERSY

REVIVAL OF A SCIENTIFIC CONTROVERSY

Were there ever each person* Adam and Eve. or ere these reputed parents ll»e human race pur with Santa Claus arid Kris Krmgle? These queries have been again raised by rrofinsor W. J. McCee. Chief erf the Government Bureau Ethnology at Washington. ranks among the foremost anthrop
May 17, 1902 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BATHING FATALITY AT SANDYCOVE STUDENT DROWNED

BATHING FATALITY AT SANDYCOVE STUDENT DROWNED

Tod.v raelanclio'.y bathing fatality occurred at Sandyrorp, victim being student of St. Joseph's Colk?p. Blackro k. would appear that between 10 and 11 o'colck four students from St. Joseph's, named Wm. Col man. John Ryan. Kichaid Macken. and Timothy O'Herliby, arrived to bathe
June 14, 1902 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“SHE WEARS A CROSS ”

“SHE WEARS A CROSS ”

“SHE WEARS A CROSS An amusing instance \ras lately given a staunch Methodist for refusing subscription to a nursing fund. No! said, I will not subscribe. The nurse is Roman Catholic. " Indeed she is not; you are quite mistaken," was the reply. is Roman Catholic. She wears a cross
December 8, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVY COUNCIL

PRIVY COUNCIL

meeting of the Privy Council was held yesterday in the Council Chamber, I>ub ,; i. C«tlc. There wore present;—His Excelitr.cy the Lord Chancellor, hi* Excellency Lord Justice Fitzgibbon, his Excellency the Master of the Roils, the Right Hongir David Harrel. K.C.B. The Solicitoi-
June 14, 1902 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CHRISTMAS NUMBEB OF THE WARDER, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1900.

CHRISTMAS NUMBEB OF THE WARDER, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1900.

,*>' • sovereign day—seven pounds Thus persuaded, at length accepted, agreeing from that moment to forget all my past, avoid all my friends, and beoome, by the aid of wig-maker and fresh visiting cards, an entirely different person. one* to room on •ame floor, where the wigmaker
December 8, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEN HE CROSSED A LITTLE WRITING TABLE AND CHEyI'E FOR THIRTY POUNDS

THEN HE CROSSED A LITTLE WRITING TABLE AND CHEyI'E FOR THIRTY POUNDS

December 8, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EARTH’S ORIGIN

THE EARTH’S ORIGIN

AGREAT ASTRONOMERS INTERESTING CSiNCLUSIONS. In recent lecture Sir Robert Ball, exhibitini; how the earth came into being, presented two lines of argument support of the nebular hypothesis. These were based on facts well known respecting our planet The fir»t referred to the rema
May 17, 1902 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I dwelt in * nation filled with pride

I dwelt in * nation filled with pride

I dwelt * nation filled with pride Her people were many, her lands were wide Her record in war and science and art Pm»ed greatiteM of tauacte and mind and heart. What grand old country it is I cried. And man with hit . best the air replied. “It’s Morgan’*. •* I went to Hesren The
May 17, 1902 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH FOOTBA L ASS*CUTI»N

IRISH FOOTBA L ASS*CUTI»N

Tlit- aimuiil meeting th<- Insli Football Association wax bold c-veuing u l^»iid<»nd-rtr. iu accordance with the restlution that the meeting should held alteriiatelv linbliu. Uelfoat. and Londonderry. Mr. 1). W. Foy, Chainnaa of the Council, ptcsid. d, and stated hoped the meeti
May 17, 1902 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland