Page 5, 11th October 1935

11th October 1935
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Vocational Schools For The Free State An Exile's Impressions

From Our Special Correspordent Development of education on lines suited to the actual life of the people has been one of the most difficult and most assiduously pursued plans of......

Digging Up An Old Act Co. Clare Protest

The possibility of the enforcement of an 8I-year-old act of parliament is causing concern in Co. Clare, writes our Dublin correspondent. Al a meeting of the county council the......

Tuberculosis In Cattle A Successful Vaccine

The results of experiments carried out in Northern Ireland with Mr. H. Spahlinger's bovine anti-tuberculosis vaccine are given in a report presented by officers of the......

Orange Leader On The Pogrom Do We Belong To The " Radical...

" DISTORTED FACTS ? " From Our Belfast Correspondent Sir Joseph Davison, County Grand Master of the Orange Lodge, will be remembered by his defiance, in the name of all......

Irish Tweeds To Be Brighter Demand For Greater Variety

If the opinion of the Dublin drapery trade prevails Irish tweeds will be of much brighter colours, with a greater variety of designs, and the argument is being advanced that......

"ground Like Negroes" Free State Leader's Plea For...

Agricultural workers are being ground down as if they were negroes, and while the government has given the farmer guarantee prices, the agricultural worker —the man who does the......

Dublin Under Survey Operations By Ordnance Dept.

After 30 Years The city and county of Dublin ere being surveyed by the Ordnance Survey for the first time in 30 years, writes our Dublin correspondent. A survey of Cork has been......