THE GENTLEMEN OF ENGLAND V. THE AUSTRALIANS. ALTHOUGH cricket at Lord's yesterday lasted from a few minutes after eleven until seven o'clock, it was ?? to bring this match to a definite conclusion, and so a game that had been remark- able ii very many ways had to be left drawn,
LETTERS FROM LORD HARTINGTON AND X MR. GOSCHEN. ti - , q IM1PORTANT SPEECHES1 P FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER. e DUBLIN, TUESDAY EVENUNG,-A meeting.of the Liberal Union of Ireland. was 'held to-day, in the b Molesworth Hall,. when . Mr. 'Wodehouse, M.P, t and Mr. A. Craig Sellar, D.
BELFAST BOARD OP GUARDIANS. . , . . 7 , ?? .. . ; ?? THu -usual weekly meeting of ?? Board was held yesterday in the Boardroom of the workhotisej,<Lig. burn Road. when Sir Dnvid Taylor, J.P. (ohair- man), presided, and there were also present Messrs. JamDes Thompson, J.P.; R. L.
I FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. THE FISHIERIES TREATY. WVASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY.-It is stated that in consequence of the Senate's decision to deli- berate upon the fisheries treaty in open session, Mr. Edmonds, who was charrged to submit the adverse report of the Republican majority, wi
EDUCATIONAL ENDOWIMENTS ([RELAND) I OACT. 1885. I THE METHODIST COLLEGE. WE have received a copy of an order made by the Lord Lieutenant in Council, finally approving the scheme for the government of the Methodist Col- lege. prepared by the Educational Endowmonts (Ireland) Act. T
The Paris correspondent of the Dziy Telegraph wiring on Friday night, says - General Boulanger's barber has been discovered by an energetic and enterprising person with a taste for flashing figurative bull's-eye lanterns on the private lives of remarkable people. The great man's
TIIE CANONBURY NURDER. LoinDoi, SATuRD4Y,-The police have received froma a publican who resides 'near the house in Canonbury Terrace, where Mtrs. Wright Kist her life on Wednesday, a statement to which they at- tach considerable importance. It is that between one and two o'clock'
FORETELLER'S NOTES. SPECIAL TELEQGRAM. MANCHESTER, FPt.iDY NIGHT.-One of the greatest successes ever achieved at Manchester, so 9 far as the attendance is concerned, has to be re-. corded to-day.- The company present would corm- pare with some of the best Manchester Cup anni- E