Fortnight in review: Pictorial highlights
13th November - 26th November
Catch up with the top stories over the past fortnight. Click on images for full stories.
14 November - Jim Larkin released from prison
Jim Larkin has been released from Mountjoy Prison where he was being held following imprisonment for the use of seditious language last month.
14 November - Hearings into Titanic disaster continue in London
The owners of the Titanic, the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, yesterday continued their appeal in London against verdicts and judgments for payment of compensation to the relatives of four Irish passengers who drowned on the vessel.
14 November - Roger Casement fund for ‘starving’ schoolchildren in Connemara
A fund established by Roger Casement to raise money for the provision of school meals to children attending primary school has raised more than £630.
14 November - King Ferdinand’s life in danger
There is a growing sense, in diplomatic circles, that the life of King Ferdinand of Bulgaria is in danger.
14 November - Growing indiscipline of Irish teachers
Irish national school teachers are demonstrating ‘growing indiscipline and resistance to recognised authority’, according to Dr. Starkie, Resident Commissioner of Education in Ireland.
15 November - What would the Tories do if Ireland rebelled?
John Dillon MP was the principal speaker at a home rule demonstration in London today.
16 November - Churchill heckled by suffragettes
Today Mr Winston Churchill addressed a crowd of 5,000 people at a major Liberal Party gathering at the Alexandra Palace in London.
18 November - Titanic disaster to be filmed
It is reported that an American company will spend £10,000 to build an scale model of the Titanic, some 1,000 feet in length.
19 November - 3,000 ton steamer on fire in English Channel
The 3,000 ton steamer, the Scotsdyke, sailing out of Glasgow, has caught fire in the English Channel.
19 November - Strikers urged to join new Citizen Army
A new body – the Irish Citizen Army – has been founded in Dublin.
20 November - Will the fall in Guinness production affect the milk supply?
Due to the ongoing industrial strife, especially in relation to the Dublin docks, the amount of Guinness being exported has fallen steeply.
21 November - Bumper Christmas publication on the way
It’s that time of year again when all the major weekly newspapers and magazines unveil their Christmas bumper edition.
21 November - Stand collapses at GAA match
The case of the supporter who is currently suing the GAA following the collapse of a stand at Jones’ Road was yesterday adjourned for one week.
22 November - Arthur Griffith slams Dublin Housing Inquiry
Arthur Griffith has launched a scathing attack on the Dublin Housing Inquiry, saying that he hoped ‘no sensible citizen of Dublin will be deluded by the bogus Housing Inquiry.
25 November - Irish Volunteers founded in Dublin
An Irish Volunteers army was founded at a meeting in Dublin today.
26 November - Wireless to be used in attempt to reduce train crashes
A spate of recent train crashes has led an American rail company to use the latest wireless technology in an attempt to improve safety on its lines.