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1 PUBLIC and PREPARATORY SCHOOLS YEAR BOOK (Boys). 56th Annual Issue. | I This is the Official Book ot = reference of the Headmasters Conference and of the Incorporated : Association of Preparatory Schools - It is published by H. F. W. Deane & Sons. 31, Museum Street. : London.
Templeton—Griffith The marriage was solemnised on Saturday at St. George’s Church, Belfast, of Rev. John Herbert Templeton, M.A., 8.D., B.Litt., the Rectory, Dunsevcrlck, and Miss Kathleen Helen Griffith, daughter of the late Mr. H. A. C; Griffith and Mr*. Griffith, Belleville,
No, 7 IN A SPECIAL SERIES iS Meat BRAISING THE SUNDAY JOINT Last week, in this Making the most of” series, we told how to slow-roast meat. This week, give another economical way of cooking meat braising. Braising is one of the most delicious ways of cooking meat. The meat is pla
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R.C. Bishop and the Atomic Bomb The Roman Catholic Bishop of Derry (Most Rev. Dr. Farren), addressing men, women and children who took part a procession of thanksgiving for Londondcrrjrs comparative freedom from ■war damage, in the grounds of St. Columb's College, asked them to
Parachute life-boat A 17-foot-long parachute lifeboat which, with the aid of buoyancy chambers, can right Itself in the roughest sea in 12 seconds, was designed for dropping from aeroplanes to save Fleet Air Arm men forced to come down in mid-ocean. Details this naval life-boat,