GALASHIELS. A3 'F EiO3 ,7VC IN WrINfDOW 7O- ?? Y Choiae Lot of XE IF ,W~fLN~? wjidh I BOUGHT I1N ?? N'i.}LS LA ST I$FE'K. They ?? ' 1i ?? l t 2ev. C'cduur', ~and r- 'Z~4'j ca*i l's hiqhly rtcom7n- 7 ,TYL . Eud )URABILITY. Is' PICE IS OxL Y . P1]] SUIT. FR ZANCIS CURLEY. , IERICAL
THE WEEKLY ILLUSTRATED NEWS- PAPERS. " TH Qun ' has as a frontispiece a most tenth- po fulilkeness of the Countess of Cadogan in ball cos- at tumnc, with the diamond coronet upon her bead in th, token of her position as the wife of the Lord Lieu- ci tenant and General Governor of
THE ARtMVY. I IBE OUR PRIVATE WE. I FROM P OUR MILITARY CORRESPOINDENT. LosnDpv, FnRDAY.-Captain the Honouralile J. E. P. Vereker, of the 78th Field Battery, at Lou- ford, has been formally promoted major in the Royal Artillery, and it is expected he will he apI pointed to comman
EFrAST, FRTDAT vvn 27th -Noveniher, 1896. Bank rate 4 per cent. The London discount market has been disztinctly Irate is stisficictitly high to prevent any ?? drawealg of gold for some rime to conic. Loans for short dates lhave crsled at about~ 3 per cent., aiid best three month
sUPILIED BY THE PRESS ASSOCIATIOI. LosnoDo, TxESDAY.-The sapply of money was, if anything, more abundant than yesterday, and though bankers were again reluctant to lend below 2 per cent., advances were, however, obtainable at j per cent. Business in the discount market was extre
The weakness and ailments so many women suffer are known only to their own sex. Men have no conception of them. We often comment super- ficially on the thin necks or emaciated forms of women, looking at them only from the standpoint of beauty, when, if we knew what many of dhem
I Yesterday at noon the weekly meeting of the Guardians of the poor in the Belfast Union was held in the Boardroom of the Workhouse, Lisburn Road-Mr. James Thompson, J.P. (chairman), pre- siding. There were also present-Messrs. James Ief'Corenick, J.P.; Thomas Gallaher, J.P.; W.
I Supplied by Messrs. Josias CuLnningam & Co., Stuck and Share Brokers, BELFAST. THURSDAY EVENING, DThEtcnEi 17, 1896. Business bas been quiet on the Dublin Stock Exchange to-day, but prices continue steady. Conaols changed hands at 110', India 3 per cent. stock at 1092, and Ban
N O T I C E. .1E D z IM A N D FORF4 TL'R- J':OL ]RO'.se>fl&h C?;NMINIIO~s. 6enatlenvu appea- *a6te (IS paiscd(r eulhoa the .'tyle ?? a iwea72lae of tieir Wqte,*proofas the7 do caout mthei; o, diNa17Y Gc71zrIdS. manilby .,-uch a VARITY-I ;O-M the BEST 1AXEjS-, 1 amjoi7n natt ;it ?