Page 3, 2nd February 1940

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First Ship Of Eire's Defence Fleet Blessed A £250,000...

After being icebound fer two weeks the first pocket warship — the motor torpedo-boat MI —of the new Eire Navy was brought to the Cadogan Dock on the Thames on Monday afternoon......

Can A War Be Won By •

Submarine Warfare Submarine Warfare Alone? No one, of course, can predict the consequences of an intensified attack by submarine and mine in the coming months, but it is worth......

School Teachers In Eire

are working on the roads as labourers . . . From Our Own Correspondent " Some of the National school teachers of Eire are working on the roads as labourers, others are doing......

The Old, Old, Story

The old tale about the fantastic wealth of the Church in Spain has been resurrected by Mr Charles Duff in the current issue of his weekly news-sheet, Voice of Spain. The......

Those Workers' Savings

Not As Big As They From, Our Labour Correspondent How much do the working class isavings amount to in this country? Lord Mottistone stated in 1936 that it was in the region of......

In Brief

MASS FOR ROMANS.—The Pope will celebrate Mass in St. Peter's on March 3 " for the people of Rome." This is the first time the Pope has celebrated Mass for this special......

A Staff Reporter Asked A Priest From A Depression

Area— WHAT IS THE MOST OBVIOUS SYMPTOM OF WAR-TIME HOUND HERE? And the Priest answered: Drink With this continual inactivity OP the Western Front, what is going on at home? To......

The Cardinal's Words

" As long as selfish regard for private interests overrules the common good, as long as our fellow men are looked upon by any individual or group as mere cogs in the industrial......

Martins Bank Progress

Mr Frederic Alan Bates, chairman, presiding at the 109th annual meeting of Martins Bank Limited, on Tuesday. spoke of the continued progress of the bank generally and its......