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Little Princesses’ Gilts Grandmother The Queen received messages greeting and congratulation from all over the Empire yeeterdav—her 66th birthday—and the Prince of Wales, the Princess Boyal, the Duke and Duchess of York, Prince George and other members of the Loyal Family brough
North-East and North-West Ireland—Light northerly or variable wind; variable cloud; perhaps ahovvers; moderate temperature. South East and South-West Ireland—Light or moderate westerly variable wind; cloudy; occasional rain; moderate temperature. Provisional Forecast for Sunday
Ulster and Its Industries The guest of honour at a dinner arranged by the Ulster Industries Development Association last evening was—moat appropriately—the Prime Minister. a very real sense Lord the originator of the movement which the Aseociatlon has done so much to foster. Nob
Sir John Simon States Fundamentals of British Policy at Geneva JOHN SIMON, fresh from Geneva, made a statement on in the House of Commons, Westminster, yester- He was convinced, he said, that until they had satisfied ''riain States in the matter of security they would never pers
In the two divisions contested for seats the Armagh County Council the retiring members defeated their opponents. Mr. T. MXaughlin, J.P., the Nationalist representative, held bis seat in Armagh Urban District, polling 1,344 votes, against 1,104 the Unionist candidate, Mr. Noel S