LKN NOTICES.-TEIS DAY. FROM THE LEGAL DIARY. HLl. COURT OF APPEJ. Mf'Anirew v. O ?? (1); Waldron, tenant, Lord De Vesoi, landlord (2); Harvey v. Copeland (S); Bails v. Macken (4). ROLLS. Re J. Ioyd, deceased, M'Conkey v. Gamble (1) ; ClaUcy v. Clancy (2); Rearms v. Rearms (2) ;
ULSTER UNIONIST CONVENTION'. PLAN OF THE BUILDING. * P RYFVOM Vooop I X, ?? ___lP i - : I -GROUNDPRLAN9 / -ALCONY PRCAAN KEY TO PLAN OF BUILDING. Belfast, North ?? Belfast. ?? Antrim. East ?? utrim, ?? elfast, West ?? Down, West ?? Belfast, Soath ?? Antrim. Mid ?? Down, North ??
f : TE[E STATION COMMITTEE. TFe stationing committee met in the finor HIT, , Carlisle M emorial, Belfast, yesterday mornng, at ten o'clock-the Vice-President of the Conference, R Rev. J. W. Ballard, of Limerick, in the chair. The ifollowing representatives of districts were in at
XEATH OF REV. LY BAGEL, D.D., SBIIIOE MI-ISTER OF TRIfTy CHU'RCH, CORK. Wn regret to annouance, to-day the death of Rev. William MagilL D.D.. senior minister of Trinity thuroh, Cork. The melancholy event occurred Pesterday rmorngit his late residence. University Bquare, Belfazt.
LIFE IN AXERICA.. I - ?? 4 I THE PRESIDENTIAL-CONTEST.- SERIOUS RAILWAT ACCIDENT. -Y - - ' ?? :z t YSPE9IAL CABLBGB&M. . FPROM OUR OWN cOaponu. Nw Yonx, TfDrY.- Aespac from Winnipeg states that fifty settlers -from in orthl Dakota arrived at; the city to-day, and -from what has b
ARRIVED ir WETS PORiT ON' THlE 23nn tsi. The Norwcgian -harqne Havre, Gundersen, from Mireanitib -with deal-,; Thomas Dixon A Sans, ?? ;.A. Si.Muse &Co., agents. - The -Nore-egianibarno.ieAtrantle, Olsenfrom ?? L ?? Dixon &Sons, coesignees ; D. Doseman& agents. ~j The ss. Fair f
IRISH CYCLISTS' ASSOCIATION-AOSSPITAL AETI-N G. DUBLIN. SATURDAY.-To-day this meeting, in aid of the Dablin hospitals, was held at Ballsbridge, the weather being anything but fine for the occasion, and consequently the attendance of spectators was miserable. There was a fair pro-
CRICKE-T. ULSTER v. ARMAGH- The above match, which bas now become tan annual fixture at Armagh on Whit Monday3 was played on the Mall in fine weather, before a large and fashionable gathering. The ground was very heavy, and greatly against tall scoring, but not- withstanding this
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17 June 1892 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland