Page 11, 8th April 1938

8th April 1938
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Ireland's Young Mission In

Africa Makes Great Progress Will China Re-Evangelise Europe ? From Our Dublin Ccraespandent A notable appointment to the mission field has given joy to friends of the foreign......

Mr. De Valera Nominates His Own Opponents

Senate is not Vocational The composition of the Senate of Ireland has been completed by Mr. de Valera's nomination of the last eleven members. The nomination of these was......

Irish Leader Captured By Franco ?

Are there Irishmen among the corps of the International Brigade captured in the advance of the Spanish patriots on the Aragon - Dont? It is thought 90; for reports have reached......

5,000 Watch Archbishop Lay Foundation-stone

Vast crowds. estimated at over 5,000, j-ourneyed from St. Helens (Lanes) to the housing estate at Hare,sfinch to witness the solemn blessing and foundation-stone laying of the......

They Pay Rents For

ROTTING, RAT INFESTED HOUSES IN SHEFFIELD Which Owners Refuse to Repair Many families in Sheffield are living in houses which were condemned three or four years ago, and some of......

Successful Persecution In North Ireland —hitler Might Copy

Catholics in Civic Jobs Must Pass " Personal Suitability " Test From Our Own Correspondent The Orange Government in its persecution of Catholicism could teach the Nazis a thing......

Don't Come To England

--Says Manchester Doctor. Warning to Irish Youth From Our Own Correspondent BELFAST. A Belfast-born Protestant doctor, now resident in Manchester. prompted by references to......

Warning

A young man aged about twenty, wearing clerical clothes and a Roman collar, is making house to house collections which he says are for the missions. He carries with him an......

Farmers Learning To Think As A Nation

MOSLEY'S OFFER Exploiting Generosity in Crisis From Our Agricultural Correspondent Viewing as a whole the various schemes for bringing relief to agriculture by means of......

Exiles Of Erin

From Our Dublin Correspondent One of the most interesting books of several years is Gerald Griffin's The Wild Geese (.larrolds, 12s. 6d. net)—a chatty account of noted Irishmen......