Our view can be clearly stated. The declaration of the Imperial Conference of 1926 as to the relationship of Great Britain and the Dominions under thr Crown must lie accepted as the basis I• I the constitutional posithin of the Irish Free State within the Empire. That declaratio
The operation of a milk scheme. once tt has Ewen decided upon, will, as already billed at. be a matter in which the wbole eommusity. unit inderd. the s entire country, will be interested. Milk, being an essential I e in wide demand, and ali. the more so. heeltlllie hawini: behin
SOOTTIIII lINIMILTVIIL Larter sad 11~ A decrease of arable land In Scotland Is shown In the agricutural statistics for 1932 Just issued by the Department of Agriculture for Scotland. The area of arable land in 1932 is less than in 1931 by 5,767 acres, and is the smallest recorded
of Soloolarships As the result of an examination held In September the Ministry of Agriculture has awarded University scholarships in agricultural science to:-13. E. Harson. Dunturkey. Bettyetare; E. H. Jones. Seapatrick Rectory. Banbridge; G. A. Matthews. Orlock. Bangor: R. 11.
ly 111 Y. G. LA., It. s. Text—" And after the earthquake a aro; but God was not In the Ire: and after the are a still small voice."—l. Kings xis, 12. "And God created man Ii His own tmaxe."--Genesis 1. 27. " . He that bath seen Me hath ;leen the . Pather."—John :iv. I. T WANT to
Y awn there is no doubt about itbusiness is on the up-grade, but we have )et a long way to go before we are out of the wood. Trade figures still point to an " adverse" balance. It may he asked *bat is this "adverse" balance disclosed in the figures of our "visible" trade' The an