Company Withdraw Arbitration There was a serious development in the Dublin shipping strike last night, which indicates a prolonged struggle between the British and Irish Steam Packet Companv and the recently-formed Irish Seamens’ anti fort Workers’ Union. Mr. David Barry, genera
ACCOUNTANT-SECRETAItY eeeko position: highesl references.—Wsl, “News-Letter. W 203, "News-Letter. * • YOt'NG Married Man cocks situation; Ihoroughty experienced in cattle and gbeep and general fanr work.—Wl6o, “Kcws Lctter/*
Rumours regarding the future of Mis* Joyce Wethcred were declared to bo false by the exchampion golfer herself on Saturday when to reporter she said: . . , I have no intention of touring the country to play exhibition matches. Where the rumour began I do not know, but there abso
Phrenologist’s Nev Theories Religious men tend bald, and ardent lovers to have a bulge in the back c the skull, according to the theories of a lead: French phrenologist (says Renter’s Nice i respondent). Long and painstaking observation has convinced him that the most devout men
high punt and touched down. The teame were: Inatoniane—S. O. tow; T. C. Paraona, R. W. Hewitt, R. B. Hunter, T. A. C. Agnew; 8. Dobbin. R. R. J. Shaw; D. C. Badger. G. Cleland, A. Colbert, G. B. Goldabrough, G. Hi®, S. H. Jordon. M. R. Ross, 8. Walker. N.I.P.C.—D. A Acheeonj L.
To-day’s Meeting In the Clarence Place Special interest attaches to this afternoon meeting in Clarence Place Hall in connection ■with the South American Missionary Society. Rev. Canon and Mrs. Wilson, who will the chief speakers, will take farewell of their many friends this mee