Ladohuk—December 11, bis residence, Ard straw, John McLaughlin. His remains will be removed for interment in the family Buryingground, Castlederg, day (Monday), at ten o*clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation. December 12, at his residence, 40, Foantain-s
DEPARTMENT. Agents for the Largest Watch and Jewellery Manufacturers in Birmingham, we supply the Public direct at Manufao- tnrer’s Cash Prices, saving Purchasers from Thirty per Cent. Ladies' Silver Watches (Eight Holes Jewelled, Hall marked Cases) —15s, 18s, 20s, 255, np to 50
Pabis, Saturday. —A telegram from St. Lonis states that the ontbreak of what was recently described malarial fever in the French Bondan. has been ascertained to be one of yellow fever, and arrivals from the upper river are coneeqnenUy subjected to twenty three days’ quarantine.
The monthly meeting of the Derry Port and Harbour Commissioners was held on Friday— Mr. John Cooke, J.P., the Chairman, presiding. The other members present were—W. Tillie, D.L., R. W. Newton, J.P., W. F. Bigger, J P.. Q.K. Gilliland, J.P., T.|M‘Connell, J.P., M. McClelland, H.
INSPECTOR The Local Government Board wrote the Guardians s'ating that Mr. J. Y. Kirkwood had been appointed inspector of the union. THK CORDON CATTLE RF.OOHTIOSB. A report sent in by Acting Sergeant Peter Quinn, Victoria Po'-ice Station, was read, stating that he met two men name
report waa road by the Clerk atating that aome day* before flock of eighty sheep belonging u Mr. John M‘Qettij-»n, Dunkineely. arrived in Derry for shipment, and when the animals were msp-cted by Mr. Moore, V.S., Government Inspector, one of their number was found be suffering f