THE COURT. Windsor Castle, Friday. Monsieur Auguste Dubos has left the Castle. The King and his guests returned from Ascot races motor car this evening, reaching the Castle at 6-50. His Majesty was cheered a crowd of people assembled in the Long Walk. The start of the Marathon R
DEATH roll increased. Several Persons Missing. THRILLING STORIES OF THE ACCIDENT. The Press Association’s Dundee correspondeint telegraphed last night giving farther details of the terrible railway disaster which occurred Thursday evening near Bridge, the Highland Railway betwee
The Presß Association’s Inverness conreepondent says—Tho scene of the smash was visited yesterday Mr. Wilson, of Glasgow, chairman of the Highland Railway Company, and Mr. William White law, chairman the North British Railway Company, who will await the visit to-day of Colonel D
Rev. G. R. Wedgwood then moved That whereas this Conference is deeply and anxiously impressed with the intense gravity of the crisis which haj come to Ireland through the Government’s effort to pass a Bill for the Better Government of Ireland, and that the Irish Methodist Confer
The Morn match three teams played Cliftonville Saturday, the home side revcnsiDg their WhiLMonday defeat with intcrcft. CUftonville went in fin* and ran tip the respectable total of 235 for 6 wickets and declared. Against this Armagh responded with 123. Icaring the CUftomans vid
A \’aloablo collection of antiques, and Sheraton, Chippendale, and French furniture belonging to Mr. R. K. Hcrdman, .J.P., is sold by auction in the Rosemary Hall, Elmwood Avenue, to-day, to-morrow, on Wednesday; and the numerous applications which have been received for permiss
New York, Sunday, The first of three races took place in Island Sound yesterday afternoon for eifrer cup offered by Vice-Commodore Fletcher, of the Larchroont Yacht Club. In this race Vanitie, one of the Cup defender candidates, beat Resolute, another candidate, 5 mins. 62 secs.