EDUCATION IN BELFAST. THE EDITOR OF XHE BELFAST NEWS LETTER. Sir— l read with interest in to-day's issue your report of the public meeting held to protest against the inadequate accommodation provided in Belfast for elementary education. The statistics giyen as to the ntunuer of
PRIVATE WIRE, / Omc*. Hocsr. 187 ASO 169, FtBBT SlfiEBT. E.C. Friday Nig'ht. Tb« coming »eMion will matked by fierce | r niggles in both Houses Parliament. So much already evident. The Biihop o! St. David* has lifted the veil * small extent concerning the proceedings the. Upper
With the twenty dockers who have resumed work and number of free " labourers, the City of Dublin Stearapacket Company have been enabled to resume business restricted ecale. The s.e. Kerry sailed to-night with passengers and cargo, and other vessels of the com PJ' fleet are being
DR. VIEWS. Dr. Macnamara, M.P., Camberwell, London, last night said the British navy waa, and must remain, unassailably strong. That was the most elemental expression of the law of sclf preserration, and, cost what might, there could no halting between two opinions about that. TH
■ I ,r V’. THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, BATWBPAT, IE LIMITATION OF ARMAMENTS Views of ibe Inter-Parliamentary Onion Brussels, Bth January- The “ Gazette” stales that the resolutions and bills of the Committee .of the Inter-Parliamentary Union favour the organisation of a semiofficial
The Illustrated London News” this week is particularly good number. Attention will once be attracted by the beautiful autoebromes of scenes in Rangoon and Mandalay. Photographs will also noticed many of the recipients of New Year honours, including Sir Christopher Nixon and Mr.
Oil Prevent Fogs. A remarkable experiment will shortly be conducted at Lyons with the object of preventing fogs. M. Onofrio, the Lyons Observatory, believes that fogs in that district are caused by evaporation from the Rivers Rhone and Saone, ana that the evaporation can be stopp
Sewing Cotton Compeny—The directore hive declared an interim dividend of 4 per cent, actual upon the ordinary eharee. Hitherto the interim dividende have not exceeded 24 per cent., but the annual meeting it was announood that in future interim dietributiona would made which woul