Biggest Bombing Offensive of Campaign. Carrying out the heaviest attacks of the campaign, our aircraft, bombing and machine-gunning every mile of the way for 24 hours, gave strong support to our ground forces in Libya and made many attacks on enemy troops, supplies, and bases. O
The House ot Commons wen/ into secret session yesterday to discuss the war situation. * They were flying so close together tHat when the fighter pilot fired angle burst the bomber, which was hit, crashed into companion, and both plunged into the sea. Nad Warships Again BOifabed.
lx>ndonderry yesterday met representatives the Chamber of Commerce discass questions of A.R.P. m the city, S. S. Dowds, President of the Chamber, presided. Regarding the erection of hiVs the outskirts of the oity, Mr. Grant said that encampments of huts were alreadv erected or c
the past twenty-five years in the business and social life of the city was paid at an interesting ceremony in the Londonderry Guildhall Council Chamber on Thursday, when he was made the recipient of very handsome presentations to mark the occasion of his retirement. Mr. Mitchell
freighter, which has just docked! at a U.S. port,'has given a graphic! story of the hardships suffered by! seventy-two survivors of the British light-cruiser Dunedin, which was sunk in the Atlantic by a U-boat. He said that the survivors, after being at sea on seven rafts for th
CELTIC. The draw for the first round of the Irish Cup, be pl»yed»on January 17 and 24, was made last •night as follows Linfield v. Derry City. Distillery v. Belfast Celtic. Bangor Reserves v. Sirocco Works. Bangor v. Ards. Royal Ulster Rifles v. Cliftonville.. Oientoran v. Larne