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Fifth quarter 30 Aug 2013, 02:04 by John Simpson

The fifth quarter is the butcher’s profit   U 6.394-7: And then the fifth quarter lost: all that raw stuff, hide, hair, horns. Comes to a big thing ... stuff, hide, hair, horns. Comes to a big thing in a year. Dead meat trade. Byproducts of the slaughterhouses for tanneries, soap, margarine. C attle, sheep, and other four-footed ...

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Watching 31 May 2015, 00:41 by John Simpson

Unlawfully watching and/or besetting   U 15.732-4:                     FIRST WATCH (reads) Henry Flower. No fixed abode. Unlawfully watching and besetting. Don Gifford is quite right to identify the phrase ... considerable unease on the part of the civil authorities over aggressive picketing organised by trade unions. Legislation was devised, and an amendment to the Criminal Law Amendment Bill (1871) was ...

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workaday 29 Nov 2013, 12:27 by JJON Editors

Workaday workers in the printing works   U 7.87-9 : Strange he [Nannetti] never saw his real country. Ireland my country. Member for College green. He boomed that workaday worker ... The Work-a-Day World"), signed by “a Work-a-Day Worker", which covered trade-union matters and other concerns of the working man. Joseph Patrick Nannetti's obituary in ...

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Monks 31 May 2015, 02:16 by John Simpson

Monks, night fathers, and day fathers   U 7.195-202:   A DAYFATHER He walked on through the caseroom, passing an old man, bowed, spectacled, aproned. Old Monks, the dayfather. [...] Nearing ... P. Nannetti, then a foreman at the Freeman’s Journal, a leading old-style trade-unionist, and later twice Mayor of Dublin, and an MP: Nannetti asks for him (“what ...

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catch-em-alive 29 Nov 2013, 13:00 by JJON Editors

Caught alive – oh! U 13.790-2 : Yours for the asking. Because they want it themselves. Their natural craving. Shoals of them every evening poured out of offices. Reserve better ... composed by Arthur Seldon and performed by Gus Elen: To sell flypapers is my trade A fortchin at it, I ain't made Still when it's ninety in the ...

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cobwebs 4 Mar 2014, 15:05 by John Simpson

Fashionable cobwebs   U 15.2817-18: Even their wax model Raymonde I visited daily to admire her cobweb hose and stick of rhubarb toe, as worn in Paris. Bloom remembers ... of the New York firm of S. E. Bloch and Brother, importers, tells the trade paper New Yorker Handels-Zeitung otherwise: [N]ous voulons parler du fin tissu ressemblant à ...

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MacAnaspey 28 Nov 2013, 13:30 by JJON Editors

Ditto McAnaspey and the same for me, please   U 12.144-7 : - Wine of the country, says he. - What’s yours? Says Joe. - Ditto MacAnaspey, says I. -Three pints, Terry ... the author, Mr. M'Anaspie […] A tradesman’s first duty is to protect his trade, From all encroachments lawless power has made; For it is he that raises cities, towns ...

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Bartell d'Arcy 3 Oct 2015, 05:27 by John Simpson

The man behind Mr Bartell d’Arcy Around 1889, when the Blooms lived in Pleasants Street, Molly sang with ‘the tenor coming up just then’ , 1   Mr Bartell d’Arcy ... industry he felt forced to emigrate to America and accept a position in his trade there that required "leaving Ireland almost immediately". Various references to his singing in the Irish ...

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Powell 17 Feb 2014, 01:25 by John Simpson

‘One of Britain’s fighting men’: Major Malachi Powell and Ulysses U 15.4612-6: Major Tweedy, moustached like Turko the terrible, in bearskin cap with hackleplume and accoutrements, with ... records state he was born in Liverpool in 1827. 12 However, he gave his trade on enlistment as ‘farmer’ suggesting he may have come from an Irish farming family which ...

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walk 25 Aug 2015, 15:05 by John Simpson

Musical breakfasts and a walk with the band   U 8.470-1: Halffed enthusiasts. Penny roll and a walk with the band. Don Gifford finds an explanation for Joyce’s ... 1 Mr. Gibson […] said that to such a state of distress was the [stucco] trade now reduced, that it was lamentable to see many of them obliged, through want of ...

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