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THE °HANOI DISTRICT LODeli OT Laanz.—The regular quarterly meeting of Larne District Lox'go was held on fistorday last In the Protestant Hall—Br. S. Donald, D.M., in the chair, end Br. Mtn M•Nineh, D D.ll , in the sfee chair. Tee meeting having been doily constituted, the usual
Tax for the past month gives 28 disasters, of which one only was a genuine railway noident, ' being caused by the violenee of the gale whir* raged all over the about the middle of Deesishar." Twenty-one ware ed.' lieions entirely preventible, and the reanit of gross negligenee.
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not take foe Whiteabbey, Cairielifergut . Junction, Carrickfergus, or Station's on Larne Line, but will stop at Whitaabboy for Passengers for the North on nodes being given to the Stationmaster. A Train will leave Belfast for Lame at 6-16 p.m. stopping at all fitati'ins (Whiteho
A OORRESPONDINT of the Eastern Bedret, al St. Petersburg, writes on the 22ad inst. as follows: - The discussion in the Council of State on the new Bill ordering general compulsory military service in IRuzaia began on the 15th inst. How long the dis- eussion will last it is diffi