rooms, rro. to urr on solo. COUNTRY AND HOUSBA. CLIENT WISHES TO PURCHASE GENTLE MAN’S RESIDENCE <X)UNTY ANTRIM HIDE between BELFAST and GREENCASTLE. or on COUNTY DOWN SIDE between CARNALEA and BANGOR. A type House that would lend itaelf alterations would suit. Particular* GALWAY
SUNDAY. 11-30-BEV. JOHN E. NEILL 8.. L. OF INDIA. 3-30-THE PRESIDENT OF THE CONFERENCE. . 7—MR. HARRY DAWSON, LAY REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE BRITISH CONFERENCE. GENEROUS OFFERINGS ON BEHALF OF THE MISSION'S ORPHAN CHILDREN'S HOME REQUESTED.
official the Di.<|e»els Board had stated that the Belfflht linen trade had made alternative offer to the Government to try and sell the stocks, and return to the State live per cent, of profit. matter fact the linen trade offered take over and pay for the whole 40 million yards
Lord Mayor and City's Traducers. Wicked Slander Refuted. A rv inu>reMiiig i:i rrfem-re the n’ation Mr. I*. • <^'«>wan. . Knjunwring Lotal ivrrnmrnt at k /no<*ting iieltl tn JH‘t t.ity Hull y^aterdtt'. Ih« l.**rd Mayor (Mr. T. C itito) presided, and wore also «*n t!>« -’atform Si
RE-VALUATION OF FROFBIIT. TO TU OF XU bilfasi xxwa-LXTTr*. Sin—l have been greatly impressed the remarks Councillor T. K. M‘Connell at the meeting the Citv Corporation yesterday reported your valuable paper, with reference the above and I trust the Commissioners Valuation will b
Resolution! in favour of Church co operation aid a proposal to hold united Communion service connection with other Evangelical Churches in Ireland were passed, the motion Rev. J. W. R. Campbell, M.A., seconded by the secretary.
Rev. Edward Hxrelton (Helfsatl, in humorous speech. during the discussion ministers’ stipends, said he sympathised with the Conference in its position of large sympathy and small ability in the matter, lie saw a way out the difficulty if the Conferen-'e would fife them right to