G.N.R. Shareholders Want Unified Control The transport of their country would never be satisfactorily settled until it was all brought under a unified control, but that control must be competent control, said Mr. F. Storey (secretary) at the annual meeting of the Great Northern
ONLY ONE SURVIVOR The British Admiralty announced last night that H M. trawler, the “FUeshire” (540 tons) was sunk by German aircraft. Two officers and 19 ratings are lost. There was only one survivor. A second trawler. H.M. "Solon,” was also attacked by bombs and machineguns. b
Derry Anti-Partition Councils View The Joint Anti-Partition Council in Derry have considered the forthcoming visit of Mr Sumner Welles to certain European Capitals as investigator for President Roosevelt, and are of opinion .hat steps should tie immediately taken, to see that if
Senators Want Ban on British Planes Washington. Thursday.—United States Senators criticised British Insistence censoring American mails Bermuda. * One said United States ‘planes should stop visiting Bermuda and British planes should banned from visiting American soil.
HELD Snow Blizzard Sweeping Finland Akhough last night’s Finnish communique disclosed that the Russians have advanced to within 18 miles of Viborg it seems certain that the Red army will not be able to celebrate its twenty-second anniversary to-day by capturing this strategic ci
Over 2,000 Losses Last night’s Finnish communique also stated; —“The enemy launched attacks on Wednesday In the direction of the railway station of Kaemiri. between Muoltajaervi and Vuoski, as well at Taipale. The attacks were repulsed." At Taipale. the Russian attack is spendin
Amsterdam. Thursday— A German and five Dutch were arrested at Groningen on suspicion of espionage, it was announced to-day. The result Is believed to be the unmasking of a spy ring all over the country, following an unsuccessful attempt by two German soldiers escape from an inte