intermediate, stages lias caused keen disappointment, particularly among those who usually complete their Twenty-five Years Ago journeys some distance from Castle ~ _ , Junction. However, all the cross-town aal News-Letter. June, 1915) stages, which had been increasing in Eight
Text of Document That Was Sent to M. Reynaud AN offer to conclude a solemn Act of Union between the two countries was made to France the British Government on Sunday. It was announced in London last night that the Government wish it to be known that with the object of assisting
LOCATION OF B.E.F. VIOLENT fighting was still going on in France last night. Following was the French communique, read over their radio:— “The battle continued to-day on the whole front and particularly along the middle Loire. There was violent fighting at Orleans and in the reg
Despite the latest development in the war situation there is no suggestion at the moment extension rationing in the United Kingdom. This statement was made yesterday by Mr. Robert Eoothby, Parliamentary Secretary the Ministry Food, who said that they were satisfied with their em
Inaugurated by the Lord Mayor large crowd broke spontaneously into the singing of the National Anthem and cheered wildly when the Lord Mayor (Sir Crawford M'Cullagh, 8t.,) inaugurated special voluntary collection of scrap metal by men of the City Cleansing Department, working af
PONT L’EVEQUE, winner of the New Derby at Newmarket yesterday at 10 to 1, was napped by “ Pathfinder.” “Sir Hugo” also gave PONT L’EVEQUE, CASANOVA, 5 to 4 on, BOLD NICK, 11 to 2 agst, and MOROGORO, 15 to 8 on.