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CINEMA PROPRIETORS TO ESTABLISH DUBLlft FILM STUDIO

CINEMA PROPRIETORS TO ESTABLISH DUBLlft FILM STUDIO

AN bp fn dtr Btok atoffto fa to (MaMtotoaff >■ DaMb- It My hjr *mk *• tofftag dtwWF*- Almost all the arrangements for the establishment of the studio have been made, and there will be a full statement Use matter from the promoted within the next few dan, The studio will have all
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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To Workert’ Action The New Zealand Covemastot Wsserday suspended At powers the Wawfrasw indattryConnitiinn, after the refusal of waterside workers to accept overtime and Saturday work. Mr. Near Fraser. New Zealand Prime Minister, told the Waterside Workers' Federation last setek
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIAN COMMITTEE ACCEPTS BRITISH PLAN OF PROCEDURE

INDIAN COMMITTEE ACCEPTS BRITISH PLAN OF PROCEDURE

THE AU-ImH* Congress Committee yesterday adapted, by f 9 to B, a resolution accepting Dm British Government’s December 6th statement, interpreting procedure to be followed in drafting the new Indian Constitution. The President, Acharya Kriplanai, urged party delegates to ask the
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Now to . . per packet Dublin.
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
H. G. Ritchie, Ltd.. Manufacturing

H. G. Ritchie, Ltd.. Manufacturing

Tn cm Mp prevent waste of BREAf The present bread economy drive deman<w waste avoided. , To do your part, avoid fadnw* the making of bread b, uaip< u.irins agent not only ensures perfect results. . .w« any other medium- Avoid baking falturm by utlng which makes home-baking^ STOC
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE IRISH TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1' Armagh Call For Removal Of Minister THE tlleged " dicutoriil" lad * “autocratic**

THE IRISH TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1' Armagh Call For Removal Of Minister THE tlleged " dicutoriil" lad * “autocratic**

methods idsptad by Lt-Col. S. H. Hall Thompsoo, M.P., Mini iter for Education, when presiding at the last mcettna of tha Ulster Unioniu Council led the Central Arroafh Unioniit .Association meeting in to paea resolution, proposed by Mr. A. Adam, asking for the lemoeml of this, t
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WELL PREPARED

WELL PREPARED

I I,- ,m J ~f .* wsertUßt I % v. 11 I 0 jJ e V .>■ BBBBBBBBBBRm..IHBBBHBB Fictd-Manhal Lord Montgomery photographed In .epecM far coat before England lor Moacow, arrived yertyday. The FbU-ManbaTs ae»e aadooaty niemmea agataat Russian whiter proved well fortified when landed atjv
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH SERVICES

CHURCH SERVICES

ST. PAiaiCK-S CATHEDBAL.—IO. Matins. 4. Evensong. CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL.- -S ,0 CT. E »?»THOU)ME w -«. H.C, la te. CHRIif CHIiaCH. Lccsoa r*i» —».«J. alliance. Vesrbrt- prtibytenan Churek. 5»» .ii?. rt. J. a. Cea a,n * -
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cork Harbouv Officials To Get More Pay /'"ORK Harbour Board yesterday adopted the recommendations of the special committee which reviewed

Cork Harbouv Officials To Get More Pay /'"ORK Harbour Board yesterday adopted the recommendations of the special committee which reviewed

salaries and trades of officials. These revised saury scales of clerical grades are: —third grade —minimum £lOO, increment £25. maximum £250; second grade —£2so-£25-£4o(h first grade—£4oo chief clerks—£soo-£3O £6OO. Advances recommended for other officials included: assistant se
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. SLIGO SANATORIUM “A TERRIBLE PLACE" DISCUSSING the county sanatorium at yesterdays meeting of Sligo County Council. Mr. Michael Nevin

CO. SLIGO SANATORIUM “A TERRIBLE PLACE" DISCUSSING the county sanatorium at yesterdays meeting of Sligo County Council. Mr. Michael Nevin

said that it was in a bad state of repair. It was a disgrace have patients brought there for treatment. Mr. M. Jennings said that a new sanatorium was absolutely necessary. The building was badly in need repairs, and was not suitaole for the accommodation of patients. Efforts sh
07 January 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland