At Glasgow Marin* Court, on 23th inH, John William Mai‘in. aged 21, waiter, residing model lv»n>e. pleaded g'u’u-v nv. ing committed, breath of the p-ia e in extra ordinary circmistanoes. The accused tyaa found the night, the 22nd ir. t. in the River • Ivde, at I.3i.cefield ynay
Willi itgaid the reported t.» troops rumour whs current hist, to effect that on the 25th inst. when steps were, taken sound troops statiuneri ni Dublin t-> whetlier they w.»u!d prepared to duty in Ulster gave an answer similar to thi I letiirned the Umragh the Brigade ofticcrs.
lough, wheic they discharged their cargoes without a hitch A considerable ncLib- r c<i«e* were also placed on tho quayside pending the return of the motor conveyances which hod only i-oen given short journeys. Mountjoy \v«» m>i dischargrtl at 1/arne Harbour, ami at, three o’cloc
Ou the afternoon of the 25th rn*t. Dr. Wullace, coroner tor North Down, held an inquest touching the death Herbert rid ward Painier, leading boatman in H.M. een'ice, who had been found dead on that morning. Evidence was given Chict-Boatman Shaw, Chief-Officer Hitt, and Lieutenan
good deal of interest was aroused in Larne] 27th inst. the presence five warships off the harbour, ’fhe vessels swept tho coast with , their searchlights, and for considerable time | there was cpiite fascinating display—the object uf which it may assumed, was a search for any fu