TflE STATE. PROSECUTIONS. CHARGE OF MR. JUSTICE FITZGERALD. in cilt or SEIU rn3a.] Id our.OU SPECIAL I=Plfli. e- DUB&INs, Bo;. 10 AT eleven o'clock, Mr. Justice Fitzgerald and Mr. o Justice Barry took their seats, and Mr. Justice rr Fitzgerald proceeded to charge the jury, and co
Tim ffollowing forecast.-i, referrini.f to the wea'her of the ensuing twventy-four hours, were issuedi !y the Meteorological Department, London, *ebt.r- day evening:- :'es'erlv to nol'thl-wes-% r ' 0. Scotland(. N. . iJCreSZeL5, fre-h to 1. Scotland, E. Li ai r brcoiinu cv \ a¢.
One Dublin correspondent says there is abso- lutely no foundation for the statement that the police have obtained a clue to the murderers of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Mr. Burke. A. Dublin correspondent reports that two men, whose appearance correspond with the deserip- tion g
ANARCHY IN CAIRO. THE EHEDIVE IN DANGER. CAIRO, SATUrmAY (NooN). - The British and French Consuls-General again went to Arabi Pasha this morning and declared that they held him personally responsible for the maintenance of public security. The Khedive' has issued a proclamation
POLICE INTELLIGENO.CE CUSTODY COUIIT-SAruoxiy. [Before RoBrr. L. HAaILTox, Esq., J.P.; and WM. J. JOHNSTON, Esq., J.P.] ASSAULT-ING TMs PoaL. Francis Dillon was charged with assaulting the police. It appeared from the evidence that the pri- soner was found lying on the street in
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IALLYJI. ENA. Ye'ERis.kY, Mr. Biward Greer, J.P. (chairman), F. A. Callag'uan, and John Love resumed their sittings in the Courthouse, Ballyrmena. .IUODGEIFNTS. The following judgments were delivered in ceases which had heon heard at Belfast:- 3 ]BTAT1c OF U]ENIY LNOGTP.V, M Mr.
L A OR O.S BS . THE CANADIDNN AND IROQUTOIS INDIAN LACROSSE PLAYERS. ON SaturdtLy, at the grounds of the Hurlingham Club, Fulham, London, these two famous Lacrosse teams made their first appearance be. fore t metropolitan company. Two mlatches were arranged, the first to commence
KlnWs-LEvrrint OI''TIF., MJOSDAY MOnllelO, Sus. o'cfocKi. [B Y S P E C I A I W I r, E.j ANARCHY IN ZULULAND. r The Daily News M..ritzburg correspondent states that Cetewayo has now given in a commu- c nication to the Bishop of Natal, his own account of the disturbances in Zulula