IRELAND: President's Week: Aug. 22, 1932

¶ The government of long-necked Eamon de Valera was accused by the governors of the Cork North Infirmary last week of withholding nearly $2,600,000 due to Irish hospitals as results of the last three Irish Hospitals' Sweepstakes (on the November Handicap, the Grand National, the Derby).

¶ Sir Walter Richard Nugent, Irish Senator and Chairman of the Great Southern Railways of Ireland, announced at a stockholders meeting last week that unless President de Valera called off his tariff war with Britain, the fall in freight loadings would force the Great Southern to...

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