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PAT, to English Commercial Traveller.- "You may take those home with you; we are going to buy our own goods, made in Ireland, for the future."
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Walter Charles Mills was born in Clonmel, County Tipperary, c. 1853. He married Helen Grey in...
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|current||22:21, August 7, 2009||598 × 384 (56 KB)||Nicknack009||"Irish for the Irish", W. C. Mills, ''Weekly Freeman'', 2 November 1907 PAT, to English Commercial Traveller.- "You may take those home with you; we are going to buy our own goods, made in Ireland, for the future." [[Category:Weekly Freeman cart|