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A bazaar was opened in the Town Hall, Coleraine, yesterday in aid of the Bann Rowing Club. Sir Malcolm Macnaghten, V.C., M.P., who presided, said in rowing one could not look to oneeelf. He must look to the .welfare of the crew a whole. He had belonged to a good many rowing club
UNIONISTS WIN OXFORD. POOR LIBERAL VOTE. By-election Throngh Unseating of Mr. Frank Gray. LABOUR DISAPPOINTMENT. The by-election Oxford, caused by the unseating of Mr. Frank Gray a petition which charged him with illegally exceeding his election expenses, took place yesterday. T
The tium at Birmingham Saturday week the first the five Test matches will selected »i«m the foljowiuaA. £. R. Gilligan (6u«ex) (capf - lender (Surrey;, ii. b. C. Wood (Kent;, . J.;, F - (Kent) Hobbs (Surrey;, (Middlesex). Woolley (1. b.) (Kent), Sutcliffe (lurkshirr;, Kilner (It
By Charles D. Macmurray and Malcolm M. Cree. London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd. 15s net. The authors of this guide all branches of shipbroking and ship management are membere of the Institute Chartered Shipbrokers, and have previously published An Introduction to Sbipbroking.
is the MOTOR SPIRIT supplied to dealers and garages in bulk, for resale through kerbside petrol plants, with the stipulation that “Shell” is to be stored and retailed separately— NOT MIXED with any other brand or grade. These conditions are made the interests of the motoriof pub
be added the general committee; and that the Rev. Douglas M. Joss, M.A., be added the consolting committee. Rev. Dr. Barron seconded, and the motion was passed. An “At Home “ was held in the Minor Hall and the Women’s Union Rooms the Assembly Buildings. Tea was provided by membe