“Position Industry Does Not Justify an Increase” (By Our CoFmpsndtnt) The Irish Power Loom Menofecturers* Association and the textile trade unions, as representing the organised linen workers Ulster, are in negotiation regarding claim by the unions lor increase the present rate
At a meeting of the directors the Society for the Orphans of Ministers and Missionaries of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, held in Church House, Belfast, yesterday, reference was made to the great loss the society and the Presbyterian Church had sustained the death of Mr. W.
Harvest thanksgiving services were held in High Street Presbyterian Church, Holy wood, on Sunday. The morning service was conducted by the Rev. W. J. Currie. 8.A., Bangor, and the evening service the Rev. W. J. Harrison, of Crumlin Road church. Belfast. Solos were sung Madame El
Tioga, from Ellesmere Port, motor spirit; Aspen. Ironi Harry, asbestos sheets, slates and Coal laden—Kvcleen, Fermanagh and Glendun, from Glasgow; Cortcen ami Melissa, from Ayr; Keirymore. from Workington; Whin and Corbet, from Oareton. CTydcbrae, from Birkenhead.
Suspension of Recruiting The Free State Department for Defence has the suspension of recruiting for the This order applies to all regular battalions with the exception of the frlBh> speaking infantry battalion, for which recruits are still needed. Recruiting for the Officers’ Tr