son FORBTELLEB'S NOTES. Sul BY OUR SPEXCIA WIBEL 'We LONDON. MONDAY.-An important movement in fril connection with the City and Suburban to-day was I, the marked opposition to Reve d'Or. In the city bil she was friendless at 100 'to 7, and at Tattersall's 1 0 the hostile movemen
TIHE TRADE (IF 1liI \W'ORLD HIZTS PROM1 TRAVELLERS AND CONSULS. BRIQUETrTES are hot wanted in Aden. The Messa. geries Company used them at one time, but they have now given them up. From a report which emanated from the French Chamber of Commerce at Rosario we see that nobody in
gIETROPO1ITAN GOSSIP. I pROM OUR LADY CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. TER new English Art Club has wisely taken the month of April for opening its exhibition. In all the great galleries the walls have been cleared of the pictures on view for the last three months to prepare for
I DUBLIN LAW BEitORTS. QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION-Ampr 10, I Mr. Justice HOLMES sat to hear motions. THE CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 4 (IRELAND) ACT. APPLICATION FOR A HABBAS CORPuS. THE QUEEN V. RUSSELL AND O'CONNOR. In the Exchequer Division, Mr. DANIEL Kaeone (instructed by Mr. R.
TIlE LAND) COMMISSION. ULSTDR SUB-COMMISSION. THH Oommnissioners-Nr. Edmund Greer (chair- man), Mr. Seymour Moutray, and Mr. Frederick O'Callaghan-sat in the Courthbouse, Castlewellan, yesterday. Mr. Luke M'Donald, registrar, was in attendance. A number of cases were heard from t
BIRTHS, MAARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. q,7,ne vie nflesfr onder tflifs eading oi'e ebarged for a olloe's :-Jl1arriage, 2s 6d; ZDeaizth iekh funeral notire, fsq 6d; Obituary Notice, Is 6d, JBirth, 2s CV. In every case stch annoeuncentent Hust be pripeid and duly authenmicated. BIRTrHS. ?
(ESTABLISHED ANNTO 1737.) BELFASTSf}: THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1888. The time. of the House of Commons yester- day was almost wholly taken up with a discus- sion on the Agricultural Tenants (Ireland) Relief Bill, the second reading of which was moved by. Mr. Blanc. An able speech was
F~ ~ ~ ~~ 1 flat, there being little to induce 'any babt the most confirmed waoegoers to patronies the Esher ma&- ing. Rain threatened all morning, and a fewI drops fell before the first race, a trial plate. The meeting was, despite the adverse circumstances, well attended, and
(ESTABLISHED -ANNO 1737.) BE-LFAST: FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1888. In the 16uso of 'Comnions, yesterday, a discussion, which we refer to elsewhere, was raised by the Parnellites regarding the recent prohibited Nationalist demonstrations. Several questions touching affairs in Ireland hav