REVIEW OF THE WEEK’S DEALINGS Dull conditions prevailed on our local market this week, and business was moderate scale. The 3J per cent. War Loan opened at 101 515, 7d5. easing to 101, 101 i, i. and was done at 101 5-16. 3-16, 515, closing at 101 J, j,. The per cent. Conversion
Sir Francis Towle and Question of Cutting At the annual conference of the Hotels and Restaurants Association of Great Britain, at Brighton yesterday, Sir Francis Towle, m discussion ti e cutting of hotel prices, said that the public were being led to believe that hotel prices co
7 Ulster Prize-Winners in Duke of Atholl's Fund 7 Attorney-General and Belfast Murders 7 The New Maternity Hospital 10 Education In Ulster 11 Philharmonic Soc'ety Concert 5 Londonderry Relief Workers ... Famous Mansion Damaged by Fire 11 Reichstag Fire Trial ..... 11 The Shipbui
general rule naval officer® prefer action talk, ami arc diffident about speaking in public, but they think lot, and when they arc discussing service matters they have difficulty in giving clear expression to their ideas anJ sentiments. Lord Itealty made deep impression his fello
Queen’s University to Confer Degree on Mr. Baldwin This forenoon Mr. Baldwin will visit Queen’s University, where he will have conferred him the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws. He will arrive at the University at 11-30, and will be received by the Chancellor, the pro- Chancel
THK J)UKE ATHOI.L last night revealed full details his mystery fund, audited figures of whitdi were issued earlier in the day. The following official statement was issued on behalf of the Duke:— To day (Saturday) the Duke himself rovcJ'f that ha« already * exercised his discreti
THE Attorney-Clcncrnl for Northern Ireland (Rt. Hon. A. B. Babington, K.C., M.r.) Inst night made a spirited reply to the remarks of Mr. Healy, deputy lender of the Nationalist Party in the Ulster House of Commons, when on Tuesday the House called attention to the murder of Mr.