DERRY A.R.P. ORGANISING SOUTH WARD. Sir James Wilton, M.C., presided at a meeting held in the mfSmjuUUKk South Ward on Thurs- LLUbIJQQ day night to encourage and secure co-operation residents that disstrict in air. raid pre- •autions. “It might be said that we in this country —t
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POPULAR 8.1. P. nr.t.»n Referring last week to the death of Captain Christopher Jeffreys, Lord Oort's former A.D.C., I remarked that lord Munster was the only member of the Commander-in-chief's personal staff to have remained with him throughout the existence of the 8.E.F., says
Davison, K.C., Samuel A. C. Robinson, farmer, Ardnariffe, sued the executors of the late Matilda Hopkins, Tirmacoy, for £l6 damages for breach of warranty in the sale of cow. Mr. W. J. G. Seeds appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Robb fpr the defendants. Mr. Robb said that unfort
His Honour gave decree for £lO. John Cochrane, farmer, Oghill, claimed as damages from John Morrow and his wife, Elizabeth, of Glasvey, Ballykelly, for the trespass of their sheep on his cutting grass in Sistrokeel. There was cross-case by John Morrow against Cochrane, claiming £