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COMPULSORY TILLAGE

COMPULSORY TILLAGE

In the Dail. Mr. Eamonn Rooney, T.D, asked the Minister for Agriculture whether he will consider Imoceing a tillage quota equal to 50 per cent of that which obtained las! vear in order to maintain stability in Ute price ol farm produce and livestock. In replv. the Minister state
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSINESS IN ENFIELD

BUSINESS IN ENFIELD

In the course of her evidence. Mrs. O’Grady said tha; they hrd a business remises in Enfield, which were sold ist September owing to the ill-health of her husband. The land was on the outskirts of the town and she claimed that she was a yearly tenant. Since the sale of the busin
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
SOMETHING PERNICIOUS

SOMETHING PERNICIOUS

Therefore. It can be seen that In Its more doctrinaire expression Socialism may something pernicious, paving the way for open Communism and In lit milder forms It may something worthy of sympathy as the expression of the aspirations of the "underdog.'• But It Is very doubtful wh
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
MORB IHTf RESTING

MORB IHTf RESTING

The trend of events In Britain is even more Interesting. You have there the Communist Party with Its motley group of fellow travellers. But you have also the Labour or Socialist Party which now forms the Oovernmoht and has within Itself every conceivable brand of Socialist opini
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
GARRIBKER NEW BURIAL GROUNC

GARRIBKER NEW BURIAL GROUNC

To the Editor "Leinster Leader." Sir—ln your Issue of the 11th Inst, I notice in your report of the County Manager’s Orders that the Council are contemplating the purchase of a plot for a new graveyard In Oarrlsker. Some few years ago. and at the time when I was the local member
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
T. P. OROOME. Kilreauey. Moyvalley. CRAVE EVIL OP EMIGRATION To She Editor "Leinster Leader"

T. P. OROOME. Kilreauey. Moyvalley. CRAVE EVIL OP EMIGRATION To She Editor "Leinster Leader"

Sir. —I will. Indeed, very thankful If t.ny solution has been found regarding the grave evil of emigration. Grave alarm causing anxiety In this area the moment owing to the youth getting away to England for employment. The list of unemployed has increased and not even Christmas
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
gramme. 11.0—Close Down. Monday—l.©—“Variety Spot.” 1.16 Sponsored Programme. 1.30 News. I.4o—“Monday Music.” 6.3o—Artane

gramme. 11.0—Close Down. Monday—l.©—“Variety Spot.” 1.16 Sponsored Programme. 1.30 News. I.4o—“Monday Music.” 6.3o—Artane

gramme. 11.0—Close Down. Monday— l. ©—“Variety Spot.” 1.16 Sponsored Programme. 1.30 News. I.4o—“Monday Music.” 6.3o—Artane School Band and John Thompson (tenor). 6.10 —“Piliocht Agus Sciollalocht” 8.30 —News and —Kathleen Long (Plano) (Records). 7.0 —Patrick Murdoch (baritone).
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
STAFF ACCOMMODATION

STAFF ACCOMMODATION

“If it is decided to provide staff accommodat on in the Clinic, aepgrate offices shor.’d provided for the County M.0.H.. the TJU.O. and the Clerical Staff. It is suggested that the room for the Clerical Staff might be so located relation to the main bail that member of the staff
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
MOTOR CYCLE TAX

MOTOR CYCLE TAX

In the Dali. Mr. E. Rooney. TD„ asked the Minister for Finance whether he If aware that the Road Fund Tax on motor cycles is beyond the means persons desiring to use these machines, and whether he will take steps to have thlf tax reduced to an amount of not more than 60 per cent
01 January 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland