Page 5, 17th August 1935

17th August 1935
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Record Crowds Attend Dublin's Horse Show Finest...

SUMMER SCHOOL EXPERIMENT From Our Special Correspondent Dublin's Horse Show last week was more brilliant and successful than any that has been held since before the great war.......

Gold To Be Found In Ireland Mining Expert's Opinion

POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT A mining expert has made a prospecting tour of Ireland and states that gold exists in workable quantities in at least eight different parts of the country.......

Rights And Duties Of Property Church V. Capitalists

SOCIAL ORDER SUMMER SCHOOL ADDRESSES From Our Dublin Correspondent The Social Order Summer School in Catholic Sociology, held at Clongowes Wood college, Sallins, Co. Kildare,......

Register Of Stage Artists Dublin's Hidden Talent

From Our Dublin Correspondent A register of Irish variety artists is to be compiled. the idea being to organise for the first time a recognised association of Irish men and......

Cycle Factory For Dublin?

English Firm's Proposal (From our Dublin Correspondent) Up to the present bicycles have in majority, been imported from England to Ireland but negotiations are proceeding with a......

"the Economic Attack Resisted" Gospel Of Self-help

" MANY SERIOUS PROBLEMS TO FACE" Mr. T. Condon (Meath), chairman of the General Council of County Councils, returning thanks for his re-election as chairman at the annual......

War Adventure Recalled Captain Meets Victim

A story of the great war is recalled by the meeting at Waterford Port of two men who had not seen each other for 20 years. Captain Gibson, of the S.S. Parknasilla, recognised......

Meath Farmer's Find Thirty-shilling Notes In An Old Wall

From Our Dublin Correspondent The family of Mr. J. McGuinness has been in possession of a farm at Battramstown, Ardcath, Co. Meath, for many generations. Mr. McGuinness was......

Racial Survey

Harvard University, U.S.A., which has been conducting a racial survey of 10,000 men in the Free State during the past year. has now decided to extend its work to the examination......

The Croagh-patrick Pilgrimage

From a Correspondent If you stand on a certain point of the Connemara coast to the west of Kittery harbour and if the day is clear you will see a cone-shaped mountain rising in......

Dublin's Housing Scheme Corporation Plans To Spend...

Front Our Dublin Correspondent Dublin corporation has applications for 12,000 houses, and is out to build 20,000 as speedily as the work can be accomplished. It is planned to......

Empire Parliamentary Dinner

Sen. Col. M. Moore has resigned from the Empire Parliamentary Association as a protest against political speeches at a dinner given in the Shelhourne Hotel, Dublin, by the Irish......