F. M'OINNESS, Deceased. SALE BY AUCTION CONTINUED THIS DAY STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES (WITHOUT RESERVE), AT 121, ROYAL AVENUE. THIS PAY and following Days, ELEVEN o'clock a.m. and SEVEN o’clock p.m. JAMES DENNY, 3214 Auctioneer. 55, Castle Street.
A meeting the sab-committee this ward was held yesterday afternoon in the City Hall Councillor Matthew M'Cosker (chairman) presided, and there were present—Mr. John Lavery (vice - chairman), Councillor Michael M'Keown, end Messrs. James M‘Donnell, Hucr M‘Manas, and John R. O’Her
1 . 0 100 I ■Victoria ... Championship Match. Readers of tie telegraphic reports tie match for the world’* chamjrionship between Lasker and Schledhter, which appears from time to time in the “Belfast News-Letter’’ most be struck by the large number drawn games, feature quite unk
Rapid progre* is vow made with the new torpedo factory and workshop® at Fort Matilda, Greenock. Matters are far advanced that arrangements have been settled for startm* about 400 men in the beginning of Mav. These men have been warned to finish Woolwich at the end April, and, th
A meeting of the Executive Committee of this a£6o£ration was held in the office yesterday afternoon., Mr. John Horner occupied the chair, and the following members were attendance:— Alderman S. T. Merger. J.P.; Messrs. James M'Qoitty and A. G. Wilson, and the secretary (Mr. J. E