Page 11, 24th December 1936

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1111 Death Of Bishop Of

GALWAY The King-Maker "—Political Crime—Foreign Cinema Syndicate From our Dublin Correspondent The death of the Bishop of Galway, Mgt. Thomas O'Doherty, has remoVed one of the......

Birmingham Catholic Grammar School A Lay Headmaster To Be...

A new departure will shortly be made at St. Philip's Grammar School, Birmingham, which is under the management of the Fathers of the Oratory. Founded in 1887, three years before......

Union Of Prayer For Peace

The realisation of the motto of the Pope —the peace of Christ in the Kingdom of Christ—must be the hope and ambition of every Catholic; and, however we may differ as to the......

Trading Estate Progress Work Begins In South Wales

Work on the 310-acre site of the Government-financed Trading Estate in the Special Area of South Wales, between Cardiff and Pontypridd, began on Monday, December 21. The first......

Lord Nuffield's Gift

An Example To The Nation From Our Industrial Correspondent Lord Nuffield has found an object worthy of his munificence. Two millions of the profits on Morris Motors is to go to......

A Year-end Survey

Blum Feeling For New Support From Our Paris Correspondent We are within a few days of the close of the year. Already the opposing forces which put M. Blum's Cabinet in power......

Northern Irish Letter

NORTHERN MAJORITY NOT INVADERS Orange Minority Maintain Derry ikai Council Majority From Our Belfast Correspondent Mr. Frank McDermott, T.D., a distinguished Independent member......

Breakespeare A Year's Activities At Kensipgton

The annual general meeting of tl Breakespeare Club had Lord Howaru Penrith, the club's president, for its . chairman. In his address to the members Lord Howard mentioned......