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!hot ciltircl% tils.• maximum I 1190 NI ttl't l. UM/ 1111 .1 lc. iiiireinutitz, mill is ccrtainh contrar% tia ,t resin alsible Ministr% invited and rt. v. I this et during the Nitirtivti nwagkis: siting it 1%-.1:4 114#b•ri that ihr jiiiit. lir tlit• th CLINII Pt .11, the %et% le
January 12, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTIMATE MASS UP.

ESTIMATE MASS UP.

11,alisoLane estimate for the cidning ear shows an increase of .61.000 RI year's figure , . and. In the inclusion of a further tor electii ins. the rates 1611 be another od. in the .6 mor;.. The clerk said that the csti• mate was on the assumption that the amalgamatirm scheme no
January 12, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 12, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALESBURY BROS.,

ALESBURY BROS.,

ibaalacturen ZDENDERRY, KING'S CO., DUBLIN SHOWROOMS Lineoln Place, Westland Row E;gn LIUII lii BRUSHES I. S. VARIAN & CO. 80. 91, 92 TALBOT STREET All goods made at our Works Irtre of No. 88 to 94 Talbot St. Imperial Fire Office t•NITED WITH The Alliauce Assurance Coy. Limited
January 12, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Streets Committee Report.

Streets Committee Report.

Chairman I.f the Streets Committee, stated that on . Dotember 12, a meeting of the Sthets c , -mtnittee Was ht•id, at which it vv. s to , t rite to tie Minister for bocal Government, pointing . out that per week was not a reasonable rate of wage, and asking that a higher rate be
January 12, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED IN CONFERENCE.

EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED IN CONFERENCE.

A cooferem was held in in the Council Room of the tlalway Chamber of Commerce, between the Employers' Federation and representatives of labour in Galway, in reference to the propotsed " cut " in the prest nt wages Of ; 62 iO. (41. of general work 4 rs in the .'it Mr. Martin NteD
January 12, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"DEAREST CITY IN THE WORLD."

"DEAREST CITY IN THE WORLD."

At a meeting of North Wall kailwa men. the following resolution was passef I unanimously :--'• That we. the members of Ni u. 3 firan; N.U.R, cannot and rill not consider any reduction in lair present rate ill pay, but, on the contrary, call upon our representatives to press tor
January 12, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 12, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• Dublin Corporators' Challenge

• Dublin Corporators' Challenge

I I UI potation I, not going to , ttbrnit to the Local Government Depart- " inquiry " with thy acquiesccnet for by the heads of the Ministr and their outside instigators. No now to deal at length with the organim d campaips of libel mostly anonymous that provided the excuse for
March 8, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSING SUBSIDY BILL. No Stereotyped Plans.

HOUSING SUBSIDY BILL. No Stereotyped Plans.

The Dail on Thursday c(lnsidered the Report stage of the Housing (Building Facilities) Bill. Mr. Duggan moved an amendment in Section 3 (I) after the word " plans," to add the words, "or with such other plans as may be approved of by the Minister.- • In reply to Mr. Good, Presid
March 8, 1924 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland