Northern France. Saturday. The battle in Northern France, upon which the continued ocpupation of French eoil the enemy depend*. Mill rages furiously. The enemy have thrown into the battle lino' great their troops. Seasoned soldiers have been brought up nuppurt the raw recruit* a
Tbe weekly meeting eras held on Baturday—Mr. James Martin (presiding). Mr. Thomas Cassidy. D.C.. on behalf of Mm. Cassidy and himself, wrote thanking the Guardians for their resolution of sympathy on death of their children. Archdeacon Walker. P.P.. V.P., wrote informing tbe Gua
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CZAR MAKES PROHIBITION PERMANENT. £93,000,000 YEARLY SACRIFICED. Petrograd, Tuesday.—The Russian Temperance Society, which aims at the complete suppression of alcoholism, recently addressed to the Czar request to forbid the sale of spirituous liquors m Russia. His Majesty, in re
It now two months since recruiting commenced in Ulster for Lord Kitchener’s New Array, and details of the progress made during that period are now available. Altogether over 20,000 men have joined the colours from Ulster. The figures for the month, August to 4lb September, are C
FAMOUS HOTEL TAKEN OVER OFFICE. Nearly all the old haunts of pleasure in the suburbs I/ondon are being appropriated by the Government for military and naval purpoees. In the grounds the Crystal Naval Brigade is camped, and constantly engaged in drilling. Now the Star and Garter,
An officer in the Briti.h E«pedition»r,y writ** —Thie trench life is weird work ;we snipe away at Germans 1.200 yards and they snipe us; then the guns either side have aeetdoi then their guns us doing in the trenches, then bit of high bird shooting aeroplsoew usually done us off