the southern continent between November, toy , . and February, 1057. will cost about [250.000. This was stated at a Press conference at the Charing ; Cross hotel, London, on Sunday, by! Dr. Vivian Fuchs, leader-designate of the expedition, who is director of the scientific burea
I the Indonesian crop, and the failure ' I heard one passer-by saying to of many tea estates after the low' an individual whose movements prices in 1952. with a heavy shovel were beginning to ,low down: •' It's a lung time She went on to point to the in- ,since , you worked so h
from the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. will attend at this Office between 10.00 a.m. and 1.0 p.m. on TO-MORROW (Wednesday), 19th JANUARY, to interview intending Settlers. FOR APP4 )INTMENTS APPLY THE LEWIS TRAVEL AGENCY 21, SHIPQUAY STREET, LONDONDERRY.
Dear Sir—The articles you have • been publishing recently about the Billy Graham Crusade are greatly appreciated by the Christian public and particularly by those of us who are responsible for arranging the Graham Relay Services in Londonderry. It may interest your reader: to kn
;FURTHER details were released yesterday by Eglinton Royal Naval Air Station about the unsuccessful attempt made to enter the station on Sunday night by a number of men who exchanged shots with Naval sentries before they withdrew. NO PROPERTY OF ANY TAKEN BY THE INTRUDERS.
winning Irish Cup I _TENNIS.] East Donegal League A very enthusiastic meeting of the East Donegal Tennis League was held in Raphoe, and the Clubs represented were: Ramelton, Ballybofey, Letterkenny, O'Donnell Park, C.Y.M.S., Ballylennon, Ballindrait, Raphoe Royal, Raphoe Close,
The first old birds race of the Londonderry Racing Pigeon Club took place on Saturday from Sutton, County Dublin, over a distance of approximately 122 miles. Although the weather was bright and sunny, the birds encountered a i strong head wind which made the race a comparatively