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Oil Train in Collision With Engines Bucharest, Sunday. A train, including a number o£ oil waggons, on the Sinaia-Ploesti line, came into collision last night with two locomotives, which were dashed over a cliff by the impact. Ono petrol waggon caught fire, and the flames leaped
Lansdowne 18 Points, N.I.F.C. 3 Points For their match with North of Ireland at Ormeau, Saturday, Lansdowne were able to field stronger side than against Instonians, and with four changes in the back divison they were more thrustful and better together than the North outsides. J
Japanese Navy’s Sympathy With British Officers Tokio, Sunday. On leaniing of the death of the two naval officers’ wives, Mrs. E. J. Prevost and Mrs. , Milner-Barry, in the Yashima Maru disaster, the Japanese Minister of Marine (Admiral Onada)' instructed Rear-Admiral Arizuka to
To th« editor of tho Ballast Nswt-Lsttsr ’» Sir— your article Hunting in Northern Ireland I read with surprise that there are very few poor horsemen to be found in the average field.” I would like to say that in my opinion, and in the opinion of many wiser and more experienced h