Page 11, 21st May 1937

21st May 1937
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" Dear Old Scotland"

Modern Problems Of An Ancient Nation BY PETER F. ANSON I T is quite comer - ton to discover that one's English friends, even those who have been to Scotland for a holiday,......

Constitution Passes Second Reading

Debate Becomes Party Conflict From Our Dublin Correspontknt The draft Constitution was debated in the Dail, and passed its second reading by a solid majority. President de......

Irish Letter

IRELAND REACTS TO CORONATION Full Length Films Not To Be Shown From Our Dublin Correspondent The speed of present-day events makes Coronation Day seem distant, but I must go......

Making Good Citizens

Liverpool Education Committee Follows Catholic Example Liverpool Education Committee has decided to follow the example of Catholic Action. In April the Public Service Committee......

North Ireland Schools

£5 for Catholic Child 195 for Protestant From Our Belfast Correspondent Nearly a million pounds of public money in Northern Ireland is given over each year to buildings provided......

Insurance Guild's Fight

For Recognition and Better Pay We have received the following statement from the Guild of Insurance Officials: Over 2,500 members of the staffs of the "Commercial Union " Group......

A Durham Miner Looks At London

How the Capital Treated Its Coronation Visitors From the Country By a Durham Miner. [The Durham Miner writes from time to time in the Catholic Herald on the problems of miners......