LEAGUE NATIONS’ ARREARS, Mr. Eden, TJnder-Secretary Foreign Office, states in a reply Imperial Parliamentary papers to Mr. Hall-Caine (Con., Dorset Eastern) that 19 countries, which were represented at the last meeting of the League of Nations Assembly, were in arrears with their
ACTION. Parties Satisfied and Case Struck Settlement of listed Belfast action for alleged defamation was announced to Mr. Justice Brown in the Northern King’s Bench Division yesterday. The plaintiff was Peter M'Mullan, Upton Bond, Belfast, and the defendant John Flannigan, Hopef
The Stoughton den Plate should not take deal of winning, and in choosing between Law Without Justice and Tommy Mac the latter may pay for support. . From the backers’ point of view it is a pitv the two sellers cannot be so lightly regarded. The Humheretone Selling Plate may conc
In Belfast Summons Court yesterday James Uendron, Ballymote, Glenavy, was lined for selling butter with 12.6 per cent, of added "llendron said the butter had not been sufficiently compressed to remove the water.