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Sourced Notes Irish Independent, 16 June 1904.
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Births, Marriages and Deaths

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Announcements of Births, Marriages and Deaths are charged at the prepaid rate of 1s. 6d. per insertion of five lines and 5d. for each additional 9 words. Advertisements of this class will not be inserted unless authenticated with the name and address of the subject, and should be addressed to the MANAGER.

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Bennett, Vancouver road, Forest Hill, London.

BIRTHS.
BENNETT—June 9, 1904, at 33 Vancouver road, Foresthill, London, the wife of Colin E. Bennett, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.Lond., of a daughter.

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Carr, Hanwell, London.

BIRTHS.
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CARR—June 6, 1904, at “Nithsdale,” Hanwell, London, the wife of George H. Carr, of a daughter.

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Gordon, Barnfield Crescent, Exeter.

BIRTHS.
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Gordon—June 11, 1904, at 3 Barnfield Crescent, Exeter, the wife of W. Gordon, M.D., F.R.C.P., of a son.

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Redmayne, at Iffley, Saint Anne's-on-Sea, the wife of William T. Redmayne, of a son.

BIRTHS.
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REDMAYNE—June 12, 1904, at Iffley, St. Annes-on-Sea, the wife of William T. Redmayne, of a son.

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Playwood and Ridsdale, at Saint Jude's Kensington by the very reverend Dr Forrest, dean of Worcester

MARRIAGES.
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HAYWOOD and RIDSDALE—June 8, 1904, at St. Jude's, Kensington, by the Very Rev. Dr. Forrest, Dean of Worcester, assisted by the Rev. W.H. Bliss, Vicar of Kew, Charles Burt Haywood, only surviving son of the late Thos. Bart Haywood and Mrs Haywood, of Woodbatch, Reigate, to Gladys Muriel, only daughter of Alfred Ridsdale, of Hatherley House, Kew gardens.

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Vincent and Gillett, Edward Vincent to Rotha Marion Gillett, daughter of Rosa and the late George Alfred Gillett, 179 Clapham road, Stockwell.

MARRIAGES.
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VINCENT and GILLETT—June 9, 1904, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, by the Rev. T.B.F. Campbell, Edward Vincent, third son of Thomas Vincent, Whinburgh, Norfolk, to Rotha Marion Gillett, younger daughter of Rosa and the late George Alfred Gillett, 179 Clapham road, Stockwell.

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Wright and Flint

MARRIAGES.
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WRIGHT and FLINT—June 14, 1904, at the parish church, Marlow, by the Rev. J.H. Light. Aubrey William, only son of Sidney Hasell Wright, of Thames Bank, Marlow, to Maud, youngest daughter of Samuel Flint, of Shelley House, Marlow.

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Bristow, at Whitehorse Lane, London.

DEATHS.
BRISTOW—June 11, 1904, at “Fernleigh,” Whitehorse lane, Thornton Heath, London, John Gosling Bristow.

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Cann, at Manor road, Stoke Newington, of gastritis and heart disease.

DEATHS.
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CANN—June 12, 1904, at Manor road, Stoke Newington, Emma, daughter of the late W.A. Cann, of gastritis and heart disease.

Note: Entered in two stages, the second part probably at missing stage 2.
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Cockburn, at the Moat House, Chepstow.

DEATHS.
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COCKBURN—June 10, 1904, at the Moat House, Chepstow, after a short illness, Frances Mary Cockburn, in the 60th year of her age.

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Dimsey, at Crouch End, the wife of David Griffiths Dimsey, late of the Admiralty.

DEATHS.
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DIMSEY—June 13, 1904, at 4 Crouch Hall road, Crouch End, Martha Elizabeth, the wife of David Griffiths Dimsey, late of the Admiralty.

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Miller, Tottenham, aged 85.

DEATHS.
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MILLER—June 14, 1904, at Northumberland Park, Tottenham, Sophia Miller, wife of the late Thomas Miller, of Edmonton, aged 85.

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Welsh, June 12 at 35 Canning street, Liverpool, Isabella Helen, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Welsh.

DEATHS.
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WELSH—June 12, 1904, at 35 Canning street, Liverpool, Isabella Helen, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Welsh.

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Sourced Notes Irish Independent, 17 June 1904.
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Quarter Mile Flat Handicap

DUBLIN UNIVERSITY BICYCLE AND HARRIERS' CLUB TOURNAMENT
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The attendence. considering the adverse conditions, was very good, and at intervals the proceeedings were enlivened with a choice selection of music by the band of the 2nd Seaforth Highlanders.
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Quarter Mile Flat Handicap&,dash; M.C. Greene, 13 yds, 1; H. Thrift, 2 yds, 2; T.M. Patey, 6, 3. Also:- C. Scaife, 11, 0; J.B. Jones, 13, 0; G.N. Morphy, 13, 0; F. Stevenson, 20, 0; C. Adderley, 20, 0; W.C. Huggard, 20, 0. Greene came out a hundred yards from home, and won a good race by two yards; a foot divided the second and third. Time 51 3-5 secs.

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M.C. Green, H. Thrift, T.M. Patey, C. Scaife, J.B. Joffs, G.N. Morphy, F. Stevenson, C. Adderly, W.C. Huggard

Dublin University Bicycle and Harriers' Clubs Tournament Quarter Mile Flat Handicap. M.C. Greene, 13 yds, 1; H. Thrift, 2 yds, 2; T.M. Patey, 6, 3. Also:- C. Scaife, 11, 0; J.B. Jones, 13, 0; G.N. Morphy, 13, 0; F. Stevenson, 20, 0; C. Adderley, 20, 0; W.C. Huggard, 20, 0. Greene came out a hundred yards from home, and won a good race by two yards; a foot divided the second and third. Time 51 3-5 secs.

Note: From the handicaps as given, and assuming the absence of J.J. Comyn, the true-to-life order of the onset of the pursuit as described in “Wandering Rocks” (lines 1258-60) should have been: F. Stevenson, C. Adderley, W.C. Huggard, M.C. Greene, J.B. Jones, G.N. Morphy, C. Scaife and H. Thrift. It may be a coincidence but, on the (microfilmed) copy in the National Library of Ireland that we consulted, there is a mark (bitched type?) just above the ‘n’ of ‘Jones’ which makes it appear to the casual or, perhaps, weak eye as ‘Joffes’, which, spoken aloud, may have occasioned Mr Budgen's ‘Joffs’, later altered by Joyce to ‘Jeffs’.

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Sourced Notes Evening Telegraph
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Evening Telegraph. Last Pink.

Evening Telegraph. Last Pink..

Note: ‘Last Pink.’ is stamped above and to the left of the title to indicate it is the latest edition of the newspaper for the day, and includes the latest sporting results.
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Great battle Tokio.

The WAR. / BIG BATTLE AT TELISSA. / Japs Take 300 Prisoners and 14 Guns. / Russian Defeat.
The Russians lost 500 killed, 300 men taken prisoners, and 14 guns at Telissa. The Japanese casualties number 1,000. Telissa is on the Liao-Tong Peninsula.
(PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL.) Tokio, Thursday.

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Emigration swindle

Bogus Emigration Agent. / Case in the Police Court.
To-day in the Southern Divisional Police Court, before Mr. Swifte. James Wought, 27 Warren street and 49a Lower Clanbrassil street, was put forward on remand charged by detective-sergeant Sheahan and Detective-officer M‘Cabe with having on the 30th of May obtained £1 by false pretences from Benjamin Zaretsky, 32 Union street, Leeds. The defendant is said to have several aliases, including Richards, Sparks, Saphero and Charles and Co., Leeds. In the present case he was alleged to have represented himself as an emigration agent, and on that pretence obtained £1 from Zaretsky for a ticket to Canada, the money being sent to the defendant at College Green Post Office. The ticket was bogus.

Note: See also Sheet 12.002(p) et seq.
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£200 damages

Breach of Promise Action from Kilkenny. / AMUSING CORRESPONDENCE. / Verdict for £200.
To-day Mr. Justice Wright and a city common jury heard the case of Delany v. Burke. The plaintiff, Miss Margaret Delany, who is not yet 21, sued through her father, a cabinetmaker, at Abbeyview, Co. Kilkenny, the defendant, Frank P. Burke, a Revenue officer, Dean street Kilkenny, to recover £500 damages for breach of promise.

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Lovemaking in Irish

Breach of Promise Action from Kilkenny. / AMUSING CORRESPONDENCE.
The defendant appeared in person. Mr. Moloney, in opening the case, said the defendant was a Gaelic enthusiast in Kilkenny He had come from Glasgow in 1904, and had devoted his spare moments, apart from the usual romantic duties of an Inland Revenue officer, to promoting the spread of the Irish language and supporting the Gaelic League.

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Sporting

SPORTING. / ASCOT MEETING. / The Gold Cup.

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ASCOT MEETING. The Gold Cup.

SPORTING. / ASCOT MEETING. / The Gold Cup. / THE OUTSIDER WINS

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value 1,000 sovs., with 3,000 sovs. in specie in addition,

ASCOT MEETING. […]
3.0—The GOLD CUP, value 1,000 sovs., with 3,000 sovs. in specie in addition, out of which the second shall receive 700 sovs, and the third 300 sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 20 sovs each, h. ft., for entire colts and fillies. Two miles and a half.

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for entire colts and fillies

ASCOT MEETING. […]
3.0—The GOLD CUP, value 1,000 sovs., with 3,000 sovs. in specie in addition, out of which the second shall receive 700 sovs, and the third 300 sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 20 sovs each, h. ft., for entire colts and fillies. Two miles and a half.

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Throwaway by Rightaway—Theale, W. Lane 1

ASCOT MEETING. […]
Mr. F. Alexander's THROWAWAY, by Rightaway—Theale, 5 yrs. 9st 4lb W. Lane 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9st M. Cannon 2
Mr. W. Bass's SCEPTRE, 5 yrs, 9st 1lb O. Madden 3
M. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs, 9st 4lb G. Stern 0

Note: See also Sheet 16.018(w).
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Lord Howard de Walden's Zinfandel M. Cannon 2

ASCOT MEETING. […]
Mr. F. Alexander's THROWAWAY, by Rightaway—Theale, 5 yrs. 9st 4lb W. Lane 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9st M. Cannon 2
Mr. W. Bass's SCEPTRE, 5 yrs, 9st 1lb O. Madden 3
M. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs, 9st 4lb G. Stern 0

Note: See also Sheet 16.018(aa).
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Mr W Bass's Sceptre O. Madden 3

ASCOT MEETING. […]
Mr. F. Alexander's THROWAWAY, by Rightaway—Theale, 5 yrs. 9st 4lb W. Lane 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9st M. Cannon 2
Mr. W. Bass's SCEPTRE, 5 yrs, 9st 1lb O. Madden 3
M. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs, 9st 4lb G. Stern 0

Note: See also Sheet 16.018(ab).
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M. J. de Bremond's Maximum II G. Stern 0

ASCOT MEETING. […]
Mr. F. Alexander's THROWAWAY, by Rightaway—Theale, 5 yrs. 9st 4lb W. Lane 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9st M. Cannon 2
Mr. W. Bass's SCEPTRE, 5 yrs, 9st 1lb O. Madden 3
M. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs, 9st 4lb G. Stern 0

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Betting 5 to 4 on Zinfandel. 20 to 1 Throwaway (off)

ASCOT MEETING. […]
Betting—5 to 4 on Zinfandel, 7 to 4 agst Sceptre, 10 to 1 agst Maximum II., 20 to 1 agst Throwaway (off)

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Winner trained by Braime

ASCOT MEETING. […]
Mr. F. Alexander's THROWAWAY, by Rightaway—Theale, 5 yrs. 9st 4lb W. Lane 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9st M. Cannon 2
Mr. W. Bass's SCEPTRE, 5 yrs, 9st 1lb O. Madden 3
M. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs, 9st 4lb G. Stern 0
(Winner trained by Braime.)

Note: See also UN2 (VI.D.7):005(i), Sheet 16.018(ad), and UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bm)
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Throwaway and Zinfandel took close order

The Gold Cup. THE OUTSIDER WINS […] Throwawey set a fair pace to Sceptre, with Maximum II, last, till fairly in the line for home, when Sceptre slightly headed Throwaway, and Zinfandel took close order with him. Throwaway, however, stayed on, and won cleverly at the finish by a length; three parts of a length divided second and third.

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cleverly

The Gold Cup. THE OUTSIDER WINS […] Throwawey set a fair pace to Sceptre, with Maximum II, last, till fairly in the line for home, when Sceptre slightly headed Throwaway, and Zinfandel took close order with him. Throwaway, however, stayed on, and won cleverly at the finish by a length; three parts of a length divided second and third.

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Sourced Notes Addenda to UNB4
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Hel Wal Ak Lub Mor Ma

‘Ancient Intuitions’ … I can imagine them [‘a group of the ancestors lit up from within’] looking up at the fire in the sky, and calling out “El” if it was the light they adored, or if they rejoiced in the heat and light together they would name it “Hel.” Or if they saw death, and felt it as the stillness or ending of motion [end of 129] or breath, they would say “Mor.” Or if the fire acting on the water made it boil, they would instinctively combine the sound equivalents of water and fire, and “Wal” would be the symbol. If the fire of life was kindled in the body to generate its kind, the sound symbol would be “Lub.” When the axe was used to cut, its hardness would prompt the use of the hard or metallic affinity in sound, and “Ak” would be to cut or pierce. One extension of meaning after another would rapidly increase the wealth of significance, and recombinations of roots the power of expression. The root “M” with its sense of finality would suggest “Mi” to diminish, and as to measure a thing is to go to its ends, “Ma” would also mean to measure, and as to think a thing is to measure it, “Ma” would also come to be associated with thinking.

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