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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/0964James J Phibbs, 11 High Street, Dublin.PhibbsHigh StreetClaim for £10 11s 3d for damage to stock-in-trade. Payment of £3 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/1761John Wilby, trading as William Wilby, patent belt manufacturer, 49 High Street, Dublin.WilbyWilliam Wilby, patent belt manufacturer; William Leckie and Company, stationersHigh Street; Bolton StreetClaim for £4 for printing blocks and plates destroyed by fire at William Leckie and Company, stationers, 59 Bolton Street, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4184Maud Buckley, 33 Wellington Road, Dublin.BuckleyWellington Road; High StreetClaim for £10 10s for damage to wall of house at 6 High Street, Dublin. Payment of £8 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4409Patrick J Dwyer, 55 High Street, Dublin, trading as Cleary and Company, bottling warehouse.DwyerCleary and Company, bottling warehouseWood Quay; High StreetClaim for £11 18s 11d for damage to shop and window due to rifle fire and looting at 1-2 Wood Quay, Dublin. Payment of £2 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4606John Farrell, 56 High Street, Dublin.FarrellAlexander Thom and Company LimitedHigh Street; Abbey Street MiddleClaim for £1 5s for loss of tools by fire at Alexander Thom and Company Limited, Abbey Street Middle, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/0848Sam Garrett, 30 High Street, Brecon, England.GarrettRoyal Hibernian AcademyHigh Street; Brecon; England; Abbey Street LowerClaim for £94 10s for 3 paintings destroyed by fire at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Abbey Street Lower, Dublin. Payment of £51 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/2337Independent Newspapers Limited, Carlisle Buildings, D'Olier Street, Dublin.Independent Newspapers LimitedD'Olier Street; Abbey Street Middle; Liffey Street Upper; High StreetClaim for £1,344 16s 11d for damage to premises, plate glass and printwork, and for loss of cash and profits at Carlisle Buildings, Abbey Street Middle, 3-4 Liffey Street Upper and 9 High Street, Dublin. Payment of £36 7s 6d recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3613John Frederick Dickie, representing the firm Dickie and Carson, 13 High Street, Omagh, County Tyrone.DickieGeneral Post OfficeHigh Street; Omagh; Tyrone; Sackville Street [O'Connell Street]Claim for £4 16s 4d for destruction of deeds and documents by fire at the General Post Office, Sackville Street [O'Connell Street], Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4972John Yeates Moore, 35 High Street, Belfast, Irish manager, Films Limited, Temperance Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.Yeates MooreFilms LimitedHigh Street; Belfast; Bradford; Yorkshire; England; D'Olier Street; Kingsbridge Railway Station [Heuston Station]Claim for £26 6s 9d for the loss of two films in transit from Kingsbridge Railway Station [Heuston Station] to the office of Films Limited, 16 D'Olier Street, Dublin. Claim declined by Committee.
PLIC/1/2084William James Beckley, Burgoyne Burbridges and Company Limited, High Street South, East Ham, Essex, England.BeckleyBurgoyne Burbridges and Company Limited; British and Irish Steam Packet Company LimitedHigh Street South; East Ham; Essex; England; Sir John Rogerson's QuayClaim for £16 2s for case containing oil of geranium looted from the stores of the British and Irish Steam Packet Company Limited, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin. Payment of £15 10s recommended by the Committee.