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Eire to Establish Stud By Special Correspondent DUBLIN, Ireland.— A bill will be introduced into the Dail the Eire Parliament providing for the formation of an Irish National Stud Farm at Tully, County Kildare. It was there that the British National Stud was so successful for more than a quarter of a century following its acquisition from Lord Wavetree, founder of the famous establishment. The pastures at Tully have been tilled and re-seeded and the extensive buildings are now in the course of modernization. There is every prospect that the Irish National Stud will be managed by a limited company, which will be responsible to the government of Eire. At the outset, a few well-bred sires will stand at the establishment at moderate fees, and a stock of broodmares will be built up gradually.