An Appeal to Boer^Farmers. PRESS ASSOCIATION WAR SPECIAL. Pretoria, Thursday. The Government is circulating the text of appeal, being disseminated by the enemy through the natives, to the farmers in the Union districts bordering on German South-\\ est Africa. The appeal is signe
His Honour Judge Todd, Recorder of Londonderry, sat the Record Court the County Courthouse, in Bishop Street, Londonderry, yc«: terday, and commenced the revision the jurors’ and other lists for the Liberties. Mr. acted registrar. Mr. W. S. appeared for the Unionists, and Mr. T.
Friday, 2nd October. The Exchange met unofficially usual to-day at 11-30. Northern Bank shares changed hands at 22£. Belfast Banks, Northern, and Ulsters all wanted. London Banks in demand. Countv Down and Great Northern Rails asked for. Coats ordinary done at 7 and offered Line
The D Company (Whitehead) the Central Antrim Regiment, Ulster Volunteer Force, •has already furnished its quota of recruits to the service battlion present encamped at Clandeboye. It is bdieved that a number of others who are eligible will show their patriotism joining the colou
Burning of Towns and Villages. GREAT BRITAIN’S POSITION. The Lord Bishop Clogher (the Right Rev. Dr. Day), in hia address the annual meeting of Clogher Synod yesterday, made thrilling reference to the war. His Lordship said I have been speaking of death with its usual accompanim
Three Book Prizes, the First Burke Memorial Prize, and the Medal in History and His• torical Geography, the latter being obtained - on Full Marks. There are still few Vacancies in this year’s Middle and Junior Classes. Boys are also prepared for all the usual Examinations. THOS.
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Harvest thanksgiving services were held in this church Sunday last. The Revs. Dr. M'Kesn, W. Gorkey, and T, M. Johnston conducted the morning, afternoon, and evening services respectively, and delivered eloquent and appropriate discourses. Notwithstanding the inclemency the weat