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STRONG CALVES.

STRONG CALVES.

You all want your Calves to grow big and strong, with lots of dash, bat it cannot be done without EOLINF: Calf Meal, ABRAHAM NEILL, Costal. Mills, Belfast.
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHAT MOL MOLLOY THINKS.

WHAT MOL MOLLOY THINKS.

TENANT FARMERS' POSITION. To the Editor " todepadent mid Nation." Sir—The problem being to give the lendford hie present nett income from his land by an investment at, 51 par mat, an embarraesed owner in able to make a, better investment of a portion at 5 per cent. for 1 per cen
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
!ASYLUM ABLAZE. his raison companion. "I saw email men, he says, "whose cases I knew a good:der about, and some

!ASYLUM ABLAZE. his raison companion. "I saw email men, he says, "whose cases I knew a good:der about, and some

whom I knew by • ygliti. l among them two with whom I wee to acquainted. I was as much sUrttOd meet them then es they were, probably, to meet me." After he regamed his freedom be received ad many letters from men who claimed to have met him at Parkhurst, oak he went to see ontsi
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OVER FIFTY LIVES LOST'

OVER FIFTY LIVES LOST'

HARROWING SCENES. A TERRIBLE HOLOCAUST.
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANOTHER ACCOUNT.

ANOTHER ACCOUNT.

Another corregisamierA writesr—About SAO yesterday morning the inhabitants of Alostreil Bill and New Southgate were awakened by numbers of pawing fins engines to discover the district illuminated by the vivid reflection of a fire in the direction of the London Comity Council Asy
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
deluged with sratar, and after the roof bad fallen in nub a entail the building wan quickly rellumtl to a

deluged with sratar, and after the roof bad fallen in nub a entail the building wan quickly rellumtl to a

smouldering heap of ruins.
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEWS IN LONDON.

THE NEWS IN LONDON.

The news of the ghastly holocaust reached London early in the morning as people were hurrying to business, and shortly after tea o'clock the first editions of the evening newspapers contained brief accounts of the terrible event. Soon the news spread, and before noon was the tal
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
and when they looked riot a terrific blaze of fire met their gore. It lit up the sky for miles

and when they looked riot a terrific blaze of fire met their gore. It lit up the sky for miles

around. and the huge volatile of black smoke was driven along by the strong southwont wind. which blew almost a gale. Sob- Inspector Lambert and the nine police of who constitute the force of New Souttigat,,' were etre noon mud. aware of what was happeeing. and m rapidly ae poss
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A FIREMAN'S ACCOUNT.

A FIREMAN'S ACCOUNT.

Captain Holland. of the Homaay Fire Brigade. said—" When we arrived they had got no water. I found there was a Groat run. Maur et the bottom of the field. and I got my men to dam the stream' I sent the step. mer down there, and got to work lila that. I ails it less bopelew to at
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL. DUBLIN SOCIETY.

ROYAL. DUBLIN SOCIETY.

The recital by Dr. A. L. Peace of organ music last evening under the auspices of the Royal Dublin Society attracted an audience Battering in its dimensions and apprOciative in its manner of receiving the rendering of the several items on the programme. The opinion erhich the cap
January 28, 1903 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland