Ratepayers Under a Great Debt of Gratitude. Mr. Andrews, in making the presentation, said he had one claim to present. Mr. Ferguson’s family and his had been associated in several generations and in many walks of life. Mr. Ferguson was a member of the County Council when the spe
Paris, Monday M. Litvinoff, the Soviet Foreign Commissar, on arriving in Pari* from B* rlin to-day route for Washington called at M. Painleve’s flat to pay a last token of respect to the late statesman and savant. Otherwise M. Litvinoff has been invisible ami the Soviet Embassy
It was learnt yesterday in official London that the British Ambassador at Berlin baa received further note from the German Ministry for Foreign Affairs, from which it appears that no decision has yet been taken with regard the formulation of charge against Mr. Panter, the arrest
At the afternoon eervice in the OroMenor Hull on Sunday, upeaking on •‘The Mystery of Life," from I. John v.. 12. Kev. James Orubb aaid that up to the present the effona of the scientist to solve the mystery life and its nature had failed. Time was when it was somewhat truculent
Bank rate since June 30, 1932, 2 per cent. Bankers' deposit rate, per cent, Insh Banks rate since June 30, 1932, per Deposits under £2,000, per cent. Deposits of £2,000 and over, per cent, Government stock, transferred, 2J per cent. London, Monday Evening. The decision of Americ
the forthcoming general meeting of Dunville k Con pany, Limited, the director, subject to audit, w. I 'oeoaimend fluAl dividend per cent., leas iacorut tax. This pith the interim dividend ■er * nt. paid in April last, amounts to 7i per cent., 'em income-tax. for the vear ended 3
PIGS MARKETING HOARD GIVE NOTICE that they ; not take steps to clear dead pigs left in the local pork markets. Farmers arc warned to kill no pigs unless they have made definite arrangements with curers take them.
Eurasia Slipping Towards the Equator. Our Gliding Continentject of the fourth loctur The True History «>t H-tion extra- given Mr. H. N. Finlay in <-'>rin Queen University iniiral studies. Dr. I’lisk presided. Mr. Finlay stated that the discovery tnjt the continents were fragment