year, the Rev. R. Hamilton, B.A. The Rev. J. E. C. Lawlor. Senior Chaplain for Belfast and Organising Secretary for Ireland, is to be congratulated on what has been done to meet a grat and growing need.
Britain Anxious for More In Dublin yesterday Eire cattle traders appointed delegates to meet and discuss matters with the British Cattle Traders’ Association. Mr. J. P. Cuffe, the Dublin Cattle Association, said that ~ were believed the British _ anxious to Import more cattle, b
TITLE Daly Two Strokes Behind Leader With rounds 73 and 72, D. Murray (Toughall) led the field the end of the first half of the Irish Native Professional Golf Championship at Rosses Point yesterday. F. Daly (City of Derry) (holder) Is two strokes behind Murray, having taken 75 a
A new regulation has been made for the purpose of tightening up the scheme for the control of workers going to Great Britain from Eire. The worker will have to go to the job for which his visa was granted, and he will no; be allowed to change his employer without the permission
the war Mrs. J. M. Andrews’s Broadcast Tribute When the thrilling story of these momentous days Is written the achievements the women of Ulster will flit many a glorious page, said Mrs. J. M. Andrews, wife of the Ulster • Premier. speaking overseas in the Gazette feature on the
Do yon find you cannot eata thing without getting filled with flatulence and twisted with pain That is because add turns your food into sour, tough mass. Your harassed stomach has to struggle with every mouthlul. Simply take * Milk of Magnesia * Tablets and you'll have more meal