on SATURDAY. 3let inst. Freight* moderate.— Apply J. C. PINKERTON & CO.. Belfast; J. P. BEST t CO.. Antwerp. 7332 CANADIAN PACIFIC BELFAST TO CANADA. Direct Fortnightly Service Large New Twra-Scrr From LIVERPOOL. Empress Royal Mail Steamers. Part Service Canada. Prom Bilmst. I F
FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD PRIVATE TREATY, A POLICY OF ASSURANCE for the Sura £5OO on Life now aged 72 years, and effected with the SCOTTISH WIDOWS* FUND. Annual premiums, 15s sd, payable the day January in every year. Proposals for the purchase above will received by the undersigned
A meeting the of this- ward waa held yesterday the City Hall. Councillor John S. Shaw, J.P., prodded, and there were also present Councillor Henry Riddell, M.E., Mid Messrs. W. J. Scarlett and Robert Dickson. The ck-rk a number of claims for consideration and decision, these bei
The jollieet*looking man in London on Monday night will the conductor of Old Drury’s orchestra. Mr. Jimmy Glover is a Boxing- Day institution, and is one of the supreme moments of the year when, baton in hand, faces the vast pantomime audience and strikes “God Save the King.” Mo
FEEDING THE HUNGRY. PLEASE HELP THE SHANKILL ROAD MISSION TO PROVIDE (a) A Xmas Meat Supper for 2,000 of the pooreat adults. (b) 1,200 Christmas Dinners to be sent into homes of poverty. (c) Tea Festival for 2,500 of the bairns of slumland. Warm Clothing for the many decent dest
ULSTER SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB AND THE BLIND. LISBURN BELFAST. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER TO THE PUPILS OF THIS SOCIETY SATURDAY, 24th inet., at 1 p.m. After the Dinner Presents the Children will distributed by the LADY MAYORESS (Mrs. M'Mordie). A.
RECENT COLLISION IN THE CLYDE. Sinking of a Larne Ketch. INQDIBV IN GLASGOW. In Sheriff Court «t Greenock yesterday, ■before Sheriff Neish and jury, inquiry held under the Fatal Accidents Inquiry Acts regarding the deaths Charles Reason, captain; James Mulvenna, mate; and Thoona
The London Gaanttn " atatM that tbo King has been pleased to award the Edward Medal of the second class to Mr. John Evans, enginedriver in the employment the North-Eastern Railway Company, who, earing a chad the four-foot way in front the train was driving, shut off steam and ju