(ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) ,. 4 BELFAST: FRIDAY, .JUNE 5, 1S96. A workman has been killed at Chatham by a naptha csjoaiusin. The Uorman Cntbolic chapel at Castletown- roche xx a' destroyv9ed by fire yesterday. The Puke and Duchess of York visited Eton yesterdty. and his Royal Highn
FROM OUR LADY CORRESPONENUT. LONDON, SATRDA Y. After the brilliancy of the French fashions those of England look a little heavy, and many of the ros- tumnes to be seen in the West-End of London are more serviceable than beautiful. They conform, it is true, to the requirements of
FORSTER GREEN IIOSPITUL. I On Saturday afternoon last a garden party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Forster Green at Fortbreda, the beautiful country place so generously provided by Mr. Green as a Hospital for Consumption for the North of Ireland. The party was very largely at- terded
TRE RESIGNATION OF 31R. RHODES The Times" ?? must be observed, in jTS- tice to the Government of this country, that the resolution of yesterday has a formal and sentimental rather thal a substantial value. Mr. Rhodes has already been divested of all the powers which he war- reaso
(ESTABLISHED AN-NO 1737: .-faiat ar 'I - . I BELFAST: WEDNESDAY, JUN-E 17, 139b In the House of Lords yesterdav tit. E.)Ca 9 motives on Highways Bill was read i th -d and passed. On the motion of Llrkl TI1r.< a bill enabling county councils to ra'ke z for the prevention of floods
THE TRAIN CONNECTION AT COOKS- i TOWN. , TO THE EDTTOR OF THE BELFAST NEWS-L.ETTER. I e SIR-With reference to above, some time since the Great Northern Railway were asked to put on a train from Cookstown at 7-10 p. in. to Dungan- non to connect with Northern Counties train at 7.
THE CHURG 0F IRELAND. ST. LUKE'S PARISH. j SERMON BY PREBENDARY JORDAN. Preaching in St. Luke's Church at morning ser- vice on Sunday last from the text, Philippians, i., 21-" To me to live is Christ, and to die is gain"- Rev. Prebendary Jordan, D.D., rector of Maghera- felt, ??
THE MONEYI\IARKET. SIPPM IED B n THE ESS ASSOCIATION. a LONDos, TUEsDAY.-Tbe supply of money was e again very plentiful, but there was a moderate demand for accommodation, and rates were quoted at about '2 per cent. for advances either over the 0 night or for a week. Discount mar
THE NETLODIST CHURCH. The stationing committee met yesterday morn- ing in the vestry of Centenary Church, Stephen's Green, Dublin, under the chairmanship of Rev. Dr. Wallace M'Mullen, vice-president of the Con- ference. After a protracted sitting, the committee agreed to recommen
SPORTING INTELLIGEljr.,E FORETELLER'S -NOTES. SPECIAL TELGIaM.3 LONDON. T7ESDAT -NIGHT-Quiet inl the 5le was th, opening of the Epsom Meeting so da, during the past. thirty, years have the hr-n a small number. That there would be a ti~ to be expected with thle graced sin -r-h a-i