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soil: NO 11111E15 MAIMS.

soil: NO 11111E15 MAIMS.

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December 31, 1918 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESIDENI ri EXIIIN OF X Cll 111E1111CA WOlil PeftiaMot der in 14.4. .• Tom en rout. tSn Shte 4a.1 hem

PRESIDENI ri EXIIIN OF X Cll 111E1111CA WOlil PeftiaMot der in 14.4. .• Tom en rout. tSn Shte 4a.1 hem

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December 31, 1918 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAIII6 ilia—ovum naL—it... ~nao Ecel.ortutrat Miaow*: Ewe j. Jammu., IJII, Weal* miasma rat 04 phase to

CAIII6 ilia—ovum naL—it... ~nao Ecel.ortutrat Miaow*: Ewe j. Jammu., IJII, Weal* miasma rat 04 phase to

December 31, 1918 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OLD SYSTEM PREFERRED

OLD SYSTEM PREFERRED

Paris, Mond: y. rear'.• the iu the Ei.nih Chamber. M. Albert former Minister of Munitions, requested the Government to revert to normal Parliamentary methods and to reply to the questions hidi haJ been sithmitted. M. Clement-can replical that the of pane is a terrible quest ion—
December 31, 1918 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OlNelialell Felt Frame.

OlNelialell Felt Frame.

Felt Frame. I shall mako all sarrihte, to that end. Why do that the cu.s such delicate rsov.sti.ses th,t I should do assything to impair the argunieuts which I shall be ultligcd to f.rgue7 I ark you foi confident discretion for that confident, which ha, to -Is licanurctl me and b
December 31, 1918 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUILDING UNROOFED

BUILDING UNROOFED

In councction with the •it taat in it in the Delfa.t prison, where nrrr Sinn Feiner ate at present confined, the Lord Mayor called at Dublin Castle yesterday and had an intentew with (hr anthorities there to see what could be•dine. They stated they could do nothing for the prese
December 31, 1918 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
f.ut nprie.otw• oto

f.ut nprie.otw• oto

f.ut nprie.otw• oiti oto lAe ohs It irJ H oth
December 31, 1918 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
What of Ilie fatty.

What of Ilie fatty.

What fatty. The 1-. r had brought shoot maw in the world, and one could hardly whet the !atom bell in store. Thr rolaiciestries of capital aod labour would to be tborocertily reviewed, w,il the position et commensal rtavellors would Imre to he made more aware thee it had been &wh
December 31, 1918 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WASTE PAPER We pay Maximum Prices as fixed by H.M. Government Offices, Warehouses. Shops. Factories. Private Persons. &c.. 'rill find

WASTE PAPER We pay Maximum Prices as fixed by H.M. Government Offices, Warehouses. Shops. Factories. Private Persons. &c.. 'rill find

it advantageous to sell all kinds Old Books and Waste Paper Direct to the Paper Manufacturer. Sacks supplied Free of Charge. Vans collect daily in City and Suburbs Fall carriage Paid on country consignents. quantities of not less than one cwt. Terms—Prompt Cash. 11 ,, ct Us! J.
December 31, 1918 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DANCING.

DANCING.

December 31, 1918 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland