The Her. J. L. MORROW and Sisters heartily all friends for their great sympathv shown the occasion of the death of Robert Morrow, pandermott House. Glarryford. and than kindly accept this acknowledgment.
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Horses marked (a) have arrived, or are trained Newmarket. 12-46-" SELLING PLATE of 103 sovt; threeyear-okis 8«t. foor and upwards 9st; winner be sold for eon. if for allowed 101 b. Seren furlongs. Oversight, a (Mr. J. IvalD Sea Voyage. - (Mr. A. J. Joyner) a Himalaya, 4 (Mr. B.
lettlemtnt the Doakw*' Strlki. The «nnt»l meeting of Coleraine Barbour Board held jeeterday—Major Torrena, D.L. (chairman), presiding. On the motion of Sir Wo. Baxter, seconded by Mr. Clarita, Major Torrana unanimously re-elected chairman, and the motion of Mr. A. G. Crawford, b
Discussing the question whether Capablanca is stronger than Morphy was, the Standard” says:—The question is only a variant of one which has been put for the last fifty years concerning Steinitz, Zukertort, and Lasker, when these players were in their prime. At first hearing of s
We publish an appeal to-day for clothing for destitute Belgian refugees, which we hope will elicit generous response. Yesterday our columns contained a persuasive letter from Sir Robert Kennedy in support of the appeal of the Rev. R. Stewart Patterson on behalf of the Princess l
Havre, Wednesday. The following communique from the Belgian Army Headquarters is issued here to-day:— During the night of the ,14th-15th inst. we made reconnaissance towards a chateau the road between Dixmude and Woumen. This reconnaissance gave us a footing on the western borde