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FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE DUBLIN, CORK AND BELFAST BULL SHOWS AND SALES POSTPONED

FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE DUBLIN, CORK AND BELFAST BULL SHOWS AND SALES POSTPONED

AS result of the outbreak of foot-andmoutli disease in various parts of the country, the following three big spring events in Dublin, Cork and Belfast have boon postponed;— Tho Munster Agricultural Society's Bull Show, fixed to be held Cork on Wednesday and Thursday of this week
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT

GOVERNMENT

IN view the restrictions, arising from tho emergency on the imports of essential commodities and raw inaterialH, Government (says an official statement) have decided to set up small advisory body to deal primarily with technical problems involved in the provision of substitute p
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POWERS OF REGIONAL COMMISSIONERS

POWERS OF REGIONAL COMMISSIONERS

florougli of DuHin from place* oulaiie n,* Tuoiicacli, wlio was accompanied by ttie boroiijili. . , ~ Miniater tor Imlmtry and Commerce, received VTCMnETb RV NPW Th h ; ”'brlic.«. PIT. DUG .N PARK u p.v= sww tft OHer movement of Ji pit. in the affected area, of County Premdent t
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1941.

THE WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1941.

01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CROSSWORD PUZZLE

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

NO. 831 CLUES. ACROSS. Shellfish (8) 34 Suet (3) 8 Pronoun (2) 35 Edge (5) 11 Annoyed (5) 36 Measure (3) 12 Try (7) 37 Part of eye (6) 14 Putrefy (3) 38 Cushion (3) 15 Fish (5) 41 8.1. (actual) 16 Puzzle )6) 42 Alternative (2) 19 Drink (31 43 Animals (4) 20 Beside (2) 45 Like (2
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Ten shillings wiU be paid the sender of the first correct solution opened of Cross Word Puzzle No. 831 al»ove, and five shillings each of the senders of the next two correct Adjudications will begin after the first post has been delivered on Friday, March 7, and the prizes will
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MRS. ELIZABETH ENRIGHT

MRS. ELIZABETH ENRIGHT

The funeral of Mre. Elizabeth Enright, widow of the late W. F. Enright, P.C., ol Belfast and Dublin, took place on Feb. her residence, 7 Villiere road, (llasncvin, after Hequiem Man, celebrat«l oy the Rev. V. Steen, C.C., the Church of the Three Patrons, Rathgar. T, The Right Re
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Trie GOLDEN SANDS Alexander Campbell under house arrest. At the moment, ft consulting with his lawyer. He threatens sue for

Trie GOLDEN SANDS Alexander Campbell under house arrest. At the moment, ft consulting with his lawyer. He threatens sue for

wrongful arrest. I don t think will, though/* added Inspector Quayle thoughtfully. Sir John shook his head in bewilderment. It’s quit© beyond me,” he confessed. What motive could Orion have for murdering this man Monte? . , •, Oh, had motive, all right, ftaid Quayle. Ho was mass
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER XX.

CHAPTER XX.

AN ARREST 18 MADE. When Sir John's car up .outside the opulent entrance to the Orient Hotel, it was obvious that sensation had paid the great building second visit. People were standing about in clusters, in all sorts of attire, bathing wraps and tennis clothes, talhing animated
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The wedding took place on Monday at St. brother-in-law, Mr. Kenneth -Kcnncdv, wore Patrick’s Church, Dalkey, of Mr. Lancelot pale

The wedding took place on Monday at St. brother-in-law, Mr. Kenneth -Kcnncdv, wore Patrick’s Church, Dalkey, of Mr. Lancelot pale

pink ninon, with a veil of pale pink ~ ~ , , ... u-.v.-i tt.l) tulle, arranged over wreath of flowers, and I, only «>n of the late Mr. Herbert Hall > arricd ft of ink carnationi . and Mrs. Adeline Hall, and Miss Sophie There were two bridcamaids-Misa Marjorie Lawrence, daughter
01 March 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland