It is a far cry now to the controversy that raged round the raising of the three Irish Divisions of the Army that fought in the Great War. Frantic efforts were made at that time to belittle the sacrifices of Ulster in that trying time when the flower of the manhood of the North
far more Cadburys Milk Chocolate is sold than any other. Fines of £25 for being under the influence of drink whilst in charge of a car on the Kingston (Surrey) by-pass road, and £lO for dangerous driving, with two guineas costs, were imposed at Kingston, on Leonard Holland (50),
Racing reached a high standard at Celtic Park on Monday evening, when the opening round of the Craigavon cup was completed. Fast times were recorded in each of the heats, but the old hurdler. Glen Robin, came out best when with winnine figures of 30.925er5., his winning time bei
The British Boxing Board of Control 'state that a further extension of 14 days front August 19 has been granted the manage•: of Jackie Brown (Manchester). the title-holder. end Ginger Foran (Liverto arrange • mate') between the two boxers for the British Flyweight Championshin.
ItEMINIAILE CLAIMS TG FAME. Miss Stella Walsh. Poland's girl wonder runner, yesterday set foot for the first time on a British track, when she trained at Paddington for her attempt on her own world's record for 100 metres at Redhill Police Sports to-morrow. Then she packed her k
York, Monday. Trading on the Stock Exchange to-day was quiet with operators apparently content to continue their policy of awaiting development*. Though price* the cjofip verp loper than the day’s highcM, advance* ranging points remained qqito qumerppg. turnover amounted to 1,5M
Visiting the British Isles as representatives -heir companies the jubilee celebrations of tie Boys’ Brigade at Glasgow on 9th September, ■poral Tan Keng Kang, of the Ist Signapore upany, and Lance-Corporal Choy Ah Soo, ' 2nd Singapore Company, will include f visit to Ulster in t
cast includes Nelson Keys, Lupino Lane, and Anona Winn. 8 o’clock there will be the Promenade Concert at the Queen’s Hall, Loudon, of music by Bantock, Mozart, Yaughan-Williams, Weber, and Franck. The Belfast Wireless Orchestra will at 10 p.m. broadcast another popular programme