FAT HORSES. 40 FAT HORSES WANTED WEEKLY. WORN-OCT FAT 1101i51. . 01: FAT LIORSLS that Lis° met wan raider t til tut expoit lot lllinun Cunetnuptiou Shipping Buyer—ROBERT SMELLY, Bally- Banbridge, Co. Doan. Wires:— " Skelly, liallventd." Representative always at Sir SI'MANUS'S HO
The " Daily Mirror" states that tivelyn (*oilmen of Amesley, widow of the sixth earl. who w..n killed while .mina an an airman, le engaged to be married to Captain Cloy Aylw in. lady Anneeley was the daughter of ?Jr. Alfred SI unday, of Shipley Hall, Derby, prior to her marriage
HOW HUN N. 1 1 .1 IS GUARDED. ROW ''1111; D 11" FOUND KAISER'S FLEET. Mr. H. C. lea I. ESpre s 'rouse ',trete wary idti Se'ret sea boot.. a suulier veered a aet aed a magnibertatls :battered tittle be: tweeu he. lije. 4ailisr. tho High Semi fleet at thi• moment. tied; the rropow
ke referene to the Savage Club )ei•terday remind., that for over GO years. with one exception, the Sarno Club has preserved its dignity trues the .inerch of outward gaiety, but on Derby Day this ye it will depart from its 'umbra custom with organised frivolity on a large scale.
The Attorney General, who represented the Dish Govet assent in the debate on the Bel f ast Education Bill in the House of Common. on Friday, was obviously impressed by the case u.ade on behalf of the measure by the Ulster member.' Mr Samuels undertook that the Bill would be subm
e an/ tiu.hisatit'y " latest du Martin." Ile int.•telell playing HaeWs Prelude and Fugue en ft minor, but during the Prelude n G on the treble began to " cypher " owng to the key tricking (*.matter moos made the organoct did not play the ruing. Dew noreote M'Wattere. contralto.