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BY THE REV. A. L. CORTIE, S.J.
The International Union for Co-operation in Solar Research consists primarily of a union of such academies and societies as are concerned with astronomical ph
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CRATICULAE V. OLD XAVERIANS.
This match was played at Ormskirk on August 16th.
C. Ainscough, c M. C. Wren, b Hastings.. .. 22
A. P. Kelly, 1 b w, b Wi
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Page 4 from 12th January 1918
THE two great English-speaking peoples have now laid their cards on the table, and by their foremost spokesmen have published their war aims for
all the wo
THE STRIKE OF THE WELSH MINERS Premium
Page 3 from 24th July 1915
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THE " LUSITA N IA " CONTROVERSY.
P-funderstand the latest phase of the controversy between Germany and the United States in regard to the sinking of the " Lusita
Page 15 from 18th January 1919
(FROM OUR OfF0( ('ORRESPONDENT)
Thursday, January 9, 1919. A " WILSON " WEEK.
In the chronicle of the week's happenings, everything seems to become insignificant by the side of th
Page 19 from 16th August 1913
CRATICULAE 1.7. OLD XAVERIANS.
A match between the Craticulae (Old and Present Ample-fordians) and the Old Xaverians was played at Sefton, Liverpool,
on August 12. It resulted in
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Page 3 from 26th October 1918
PRESIDENT WILSON TO
THE Allies keep sweeping on, and never since the war began have so many cities in France and Belgium been freed from the invader as during the last seven days.
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Page 1 from 4th January 1919
The situation in Berlin continues to be troubled and obscure, and any chance spark may produce a conflagration. Last week there was fighting .in the streets, but it seems to have had very little poli
Page 29 from 25th September 1915
THE BISHOP OF BALLARAT.
We deeply regret to record the death of the Most Rev. Dr. Higgins, Bishop of Ballarat. Born in co. Westmeath in 1838, he took a practical interest in Irish education
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Page 4 from 28th August 1915
EVENTS AT SEA
THE most cheerful news of the week comes from the sea. The German attempt to force a way into the harbour at Riga has been repulsed with loss. The Russian official report, whi