Members Lea¥e During Attack By Opposition f.K enforced adjournment - ,0 Ulster House of Common* was out yesterday during an attack s being made on the Governrt Mr- Henderson (Ind., Shankill) ' motion for the adjournment. The vornment back-benchers had practi„ll left the House, a
secluded position. £lO.OOO.— Magnificent Block of Central Buildings; good steady yield; improving prospects. Oner considered. GLASTONBURY Avenue—Exceptionally well built Detached for Sale, 2 reception, 4 bedmoms, electric light; garage; choice situation.—A. E. Savage & Co., 45,
tIKEF-BRATED for Window Blind* and < urt«>n» / Lyttie •formerly Rea A to.i, 7ft. Peter* Mill Relfart. Phone 2699 FOR Sale a few Family Bible* beautifully bound, 12in. 10m, with Family Register. Ac., published 42/-. offered fur each. Cannot repeated when present stock is cleared.
Kaffirs Weak and Ashantis Little Better on Bonus News London, Monday Evening. Business in the Kaffir section was far from brisk, but the tone was weak for want ot support and due to the fall gold of Is to 123 s Ijd per fine ounce. The rejection of the miners" demands had little
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MR. M. M'CANN The funeral took place yesterday Milltown Cemetery of Mr. Michael J. M'Cann, who was chairman of Messrs. V. A Bods, Ltd., fishmongers, High Street, Belfast. Mr. M'Cann, who died his residence,, Antrim Road, was the second son tho founder of the firm. As a Nationalis
I.R.A.’ Gwen Orders to Destroy ‘Emblems of Imperialism Serious trouble is expected in Dublin to,d»y, and it is understood that the military have been ordered to assist the police, it necessary, in S,n| members of the " 1.R.A.” addressed public meeting College Green, Dublin, last