534; tail lamps. 5-4. BIM!' n Belfast to-morrow•. 3-2 a.m.; 3-11 Marrhionebt of Londonderry will 1,4.1 a reception at Londonderry Moose, Lane, on Monday, November 20, at p.m., the eve of the new Parkary semaion, to meet the Prime ,t,ter. The guests will he mainly the ~ o rters o
Something of the stir that marks a real live opening of a session was felt in the House of Commons yesterday, though the , occasion was merely a getting together, again. The atmosphere was due to the fact that a big debate was about to take! place instead of the humdrum programm
shrink back, abashed, to her seat in the Council at Geneva, they have no scheme to put forward which would contain a basis for a satisfactory solution either of the Manchurian difficulty or the "equality in armaments" controversy. Mr. Lansbury complained of the tone of the speec
THE HORDES COUSTIEH. Mr. Burke tearrich-on-Shannon) moved that the convention was of opinion that the Government should take a serious view of the attitude taken tip by the rancher section of the farming community in organising a no-rates campaign. part of which was the intiimida
The following candidates wore successful in the contested wards in Glasgow:— Andeteton—Augh Harries (Mod.) Calton—William C. Hunter (fine.);, Camphill—Francis Mlle* (8.P.L.): Cathcart—Mrs. Angelina Selby IS.P.L.); Cow-, reddens—William T. Doherty (Soc.); Cow-' lairs—Alexander H.
A hay- , bed containing a large quantity of hay and unthreshed oats, together with saluable farm maehintry and implements. was destroyed by fire the resident.' of Miss' m iry g oogol s. Knoehiartoit. Muntereon. naqght,_Co. (*scan. on uestlay evening. Mins Keogen who en alone and