12 Killed, 33 Wonnded in Day’s Warfare Havana, Wednesday. Another attempted revolution in Havana failed to-day after attack .which lasted hours. Rebel aeroplanes, a brigade infantry, and a section of the political sdciety called the “A.B.C.’’ took part in the attack. Twelve pers
Italian Airman Claims To Have Reached 25,933 Feet Rome, Wednesday- An Italian airman. Signor Niolot, claims have set a new altitude record for bgot seaplane. Rillori Aerodrome, in 160 bp. machine, claims to have reached a height approximately 25,953 feet, thus beating toe word s
Members Lea¥e During Attack By Opposition f.K enforced adjournment - ,0 Ulster House of Common* was out yesterday during an attack s being made on the Governrt Mr- Henderson (Ind., Shankill) ' motion for the adjournment. The vornment back-benchers had practi„ll left the House, a
secluded position. £lO.OOO.— Magnificent Block of Central Buildings; good steady yield; improving prospects. Oner considered. GLASTONBURY Avenue—Exceptionally well built Detached for Sale, 2 reception, 4 bedmoms, electric light; garage; choice situation.—A. E. Savage & Co., 45,
tIKEF-BRATED for Window Blind* and < urt«>n» / Lyttie •formerly Rea A to.i, 7ft. Peter* Mill Relfart. Phone 2699 FOR Sale a few Family Bible* beautifully bound, 12in. 10m, with Family Register. Ac., published 42/-. offered fur each. Cannot repeated when present stock is cleared.
National Conservative Holds the Seat. The result ot the Skipton hy-election was announced yesterday as follows G. W. Rickards (Nat. Con.) . J. J*. Davies (Lab.) K. C. Denby ('Lib.) J. Rushton (Com.) The figures the last election were: R. Bird (Nat. Con.). 28,013; J. P. Davies (L
Portstewart’s Request to the Tribunal. Portotewart Urban Council decided to request the Bus Fares Tribunal to tis penny stages for bus passengers the urban district, and to reduce the return fare between Portstewart and Portrush from to 6d. Mr. W. Nicholson submitted the report
10 a procession, headed by the Chief Magistrate, the Town Lleik. the Deuuly Lord M tviu- Mdcrman iioa Sir William C». Turner, D.L.). and the High Shenl! (Councillor Lieut.-Uomniamlor 11. M. Harcourt) will walk from the City Hall to the Cenotaph. It will also embrace representati