Typewriters. DEMPSTER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. Day and Evening Cltmc* lot Sbortbud Typewriting, Book-keeping, end Office Training will commence Monday, lath January. STUoaWTS MOW aglHO BMROLLaO BV MIMOWAU gpe n. g. TIIMILK, r.0.T.1. (Im Klu ■eyt. Qalgg). TcltpboM—' 4JJ."
The King ha® given orders for the following appointments to the Order of the Bath: Sir John Bradbury, K.C.8., Principal Reparations Commissioner for British Go- vernment. _ _ Hon. Sir David Harrel, G.8.E., K.C.8., K.C.V.0., Chaifman of Interim Court of Arbitration, 1918-19, in c
1 5) Cloak Rooms. Minimum Cliarge per article, 2d. In cases whore any addition to the existing Toll, Rate, or Charge involves a fraction of a penny in Toll, Rate, Charge to be charged under this Schedule, the fraction, if less than one halfpenny, shall not charged, and if tho fra
A sea-going engineer named Stanley Bates, aged thirty-two, stated to belong to Shields, is at present in the Cameron Hospital, West Hartlepool, suffering from weakness and shock, due to his terrible experiences at sea. Bates is the sole survivro of the crew of thirty-two belongi
.Late Monday night a raid for fowls wan made the parish of Leckpatrick, several miles from Strabane. The raid was performed by . man who visited almost all the houses "the district in motor care. Some farmers’ houses were completely stripped, whijst others -escaped attention. is
The steamer Bavenshoe, 3,600 tons, Cory & Sons, Cardiff, has gone ashore just of Land's End, after an exciting battle elements. She left Lisbon in ballMt on day after discharging coal, and on Tuesda; off Longshiena she encountered strong westerly gale. The engine* gave out, t pu