Page 11, 17th August 1935

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The French Unrest Over Pay Cuts Rioters Battle With The...

LIGHTNING STRIKE AT BREST From Our French Correspondent Penury, the economic crisis and political agitation are beginning to bear their poisoned fruit. Shindies, demonstrations......

The Orange Rioting In Belfast Civil Liberties Council Report

DEMAND FOR ENQUIRY The secretary of the National Council for Civil Liberties, Mr. Ronald Kithl, has sul»nitted to the Prime Minister, on behalf of the council, a report on the......

France

FORTY-FOUR NEW DECREES The Laval government, which has not belied its zeal despite increasingty virulent protests, has lately issued 44 new decrees, writes our French......

Palestine

PATRIARCHAL CONCESSIONS PROMISED Our Jerusalem correspondent writes that as a result of a discussion between the Orthodox patriarch-elect and the Arab Orthodox executive, the......

Sir William Watson

By EGERTON CLARKE Immediately on hearing of the death of Sir William Watson, which took place at Ditchling on Monday last, four lines came out of the blue and into my head. They......

Tuberculosis In Milk

Mr. Frank Rogers, a prominent .Fife agriculturist, proposed some time ago at a conference of the Scottish Farmers' Union that all cattle imported into Scotland from Ireland......

More Arrests Of German Clergy Anti-catholic Posters On...

NEW CRUSADE LAUNCHED From Our German Correspondent All over Germany thousand.s of posters announce a crusade against what the nazis call "political Catholicism." There are no......

Eighteen Weeks Of Relief Work

By A DURHAM MINER Eighteen weeks is the length of time the unemployed man in the North of England gets on relief-work through the labour exchange when his turn comes—usually......

Bishop Appointed To Menevia

The news is announced from Rome of the appointment of the Rev. Michael Mc Grath, M.A., to the see of Menevia, vacant since__ the lamented death of Mgr. Francis Vaughan, last......