While evangelistic service was proceeding in Bishop-street Mission Hall, lousonderry, a crowd of Nationalist rowdies started singing outside the building. This was followed by a stonethrowing attack the hall while the congregation were at prayer, and a lady worshipper sustained
the violinist, returns the Emnire to-night, when the programme will also include Kevin and Pimple. Miss Violet Vanbrugh will appear in a new one-act play by Alicia Ramsey, Her Wedding Night,” at the Coliseum to-night, and I Should Worry,” with Miss Marie Dainton in the cast, the
Six the thirteen survivors of the charge of the Light Brigade dined at the Holborn Restaurant to ’celebrate the fifty-ninth anniversary of the charge. In reply to message the Ring telegraphed his thanks and his wishes that the old soldiers would have a happy evening.
TRAGIC PIT. Very little progress has been made during the last twelve hours in the work of exploration of Senghenydd Pit owing to the gigantic falls. In addition, the presence of gas in large quantities is also hindering the work. It is difficult to say when an advance will be m
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The dangerous age! Sir John Simon ii forty. The grasping spirit of modem Labour it philosophically recognised by the C-heshunt employer who advertises: CRANE-DRIVER WANTED, USED TO GRAB, A useful instrument during the miniature general election” are threatened with would be the
Bombay, Tuesday. It has just transpired that after the recent murder native police official at Calcutta a quantity seditious leaflets were found. They are said have been written a person posing as the murderer, who also cidm- to have thrown the bomb Viscount Hardinge, the Vicero
GENERAL. the next four or five weeks the postal workers the country will decide whether or not they shall strike at Christmas. Threats have been uttered, and according to Mr. G. H. Stuart, general secretary of the Postmen’s Federation, they are not to be lightly disregarded. Mr.