Merger Propoial to be Disouised in London To-day ii that the epecial delegate conference of the Notional Union of Railway. men held in London to-day will dieene. a for amalgamation with the Transport and General Workers’ Union. Thia would raoan a total memberehip of well over ha
Sir Bernard Spilsbnry said that the cause of death asphyxia banging. Sir Bernard •.-.aid that he had known of other cases which people had hanged themselves in an experimental way. Sir Bernard added that it would have been possible for tlie bov to tie himself while lying on ‘lie
The following is the card for Oaks Park, Donganuon, to-night:— Oaks 1 (525 yards)-Mr. J. Connolly’s Macacoy. Mr. M. Daly’s Keenest Breeze, Mr. P. M'Quaide’s Pretty Sharp, Mr. T. J. M’Gaffin’s Millctt, Mr. J. M'Donald’s Ruddyman, Mr. Moreland’s Grove Star. , _ ~ _ Heat 2—Mr. Daly
Business Small, but Prices Again Inclined Firmer Thursday Evening. Only a small 'volume of business was again transacted the oil share market, with puces inclined firmer. International favourites were influenced the favourable advices from Wall Street and the firm ness of Contin
NEW YORK. Thursday. .(COTTON on spot cioeod quiet at 80 points lower, ,' ?«: . Polures opened easy 17 to 10 polnte n»M. An inltini decline resulted from the lower trend •‘‘veruooi cable* and favourable weather reporta.
CHURCHTOWN CONGREGATION Ordination of Mr. J. J. A. Rainey, B.A. Aboghill Presbytery met yesterday in the Churchtowu Church, Tomlagbi O’Crilly, for ordination Mr. J. J. A. Rainey, 8.A., a licentiate of the Presbytery There was large congregation. The Rev. A. A. G. Kirkpatrick, 8.