RIVER. Not for many years has the Boat Race been tavoured by such fine weather as that which prevailed to-day, and, in consequence, the crowd which assembled both sides of the river was one of the largest of recent years. The wind was blowing moderately from the south-west, cons
To-day was a study in blue and green. For the first time since Spring negan the weather was springlike. The woebegone trees and despondent birds, drooping and cheerless hitherto under the drenching rains of a wintry March, were stirred to life blaze early morning sunshine. The b
With thousands people Boat Race days share with Derby days and birthdays, the distinction hall-marking any given year. would be hard to say how many those who thronged the river banks were heard to remark on the conditions attending the race to-day compared with those of last ye
HOUSE OF LOItDS. —At 10 45.—Api>eals.—Smith _? Coal Co Ltd—Coyle or v Watson. Ltd, JUDICIAL COUNCIL.— At 10S0.-Appeal.—Rameh.-.n » .'lartand V.'ailuir mid ors Vlnayak Srimu tty and aju* v H:«aiiaprasad Muiuck, eliuee deceased, and ▼ Musammat JanesliWttrl Balmas. Court Lord Simme
THE SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914. TO-NIGHT’S SPORTING NEWS. EXCITING RACING company, Mr' Hubert Hartigan for 430 gs. lIVFRPOOI Ulpi bad run very creditably behind Greta Llf LniUl/L. Moor at Lincoln, and now. with slb. apprentice allowance claimed for young Chaloner s services, the co
While a party of five persons were returning motor-car from a funeral near Worcester, the driver, in trying to avoid a flock of sheep, ran the car up a bank and it capsized. All the occupants were removed to a neighbouring hotel badly injured. Their names are Mr. and Mrs. G. C.