On Iron Rations for 34 Days Hopes of relieving the three keepers, marooned on the Tuskar Rock Lighthouse, off the Eire coast, were again dashed yesterday The relief tender was ready to leave Rosslare Harbour, but once again was thwarted by heavy seas. „ signal to Rosslare, the k
Germans Failed to Discover Treasure PARIS, Wednesday.—For four years, unsuspected the Germans, precious jewels, including a crown belonging to the Belgian Royal House lay in the vaults of a small French bank at Bezieres, near Narbonne. The treasure has just been sent back to Bel
WAR Rifleman Wins George Medal Rfn. Arthur Percy Johnson, Royal Ulster Rifles, whose home is at Amersham, Bucks, has been awarded the George Medal. i August 20, 1944, a carrier belonging j to a Belgian unit ran over a mine, which exploded. The carrier was filled with petrol and
COUNTY DOWN STAGHOUNDS CHANGE OF MEET. To-day—Magherasaul Cross Beat', 1 p.m. NORTH DOWN HARRIERS MEET CANCELLED. Route Hunt—Killeague. 12 nnntt. Tynan and Annagh Hunt—Sunni Hill. 12-30 p.m. North Armagh Harriers—Elark L. House, p.m. Newry Harriers—Stecnson's 12-30 p.m.
Mr. Edwin Blow, whose death has taken place at 9, Knockdene Park, Belfast, in his 79th year, was an old Instonian, and was prominent in Ulster cricket circles about 30 years ago. He played for the North Ireland Club, of which he was treasurer for some vears He was a descendant o
L. E. Curran, K.C., addressed meetings yesterday at Mossley, Kingsmoss, and Carntall. Th«> basis of his policy, he said, honesty, and the only promise he would make was that all the power at his command would be devoted to the welfare of the people of Ulster. As to the Labour Pa