On Saturday the usual monthly petty sessions for Ncwtownbrcda and district were held, before Messrs. J. B. Houston, D.L.; T. D. Clawford, Francis Dwyer, and J. L. Douie. The Attempt Blow Up Samuel Foreman and Robert Reid, who had been remanded from special court of petty session
London, Sunday Night. Mr. Gi.adstonr is suffering from indisposition, Upon inquiry to-night it was arecrtalood that Dr. Andrew Clark had been summoned to attend the right honoontblp gentleman, and had left for Hawardcn Castle half past nice o’clock this morning.
Brentford, Saturday. At Brentford to-day a lad named Nott was sentenced to one month’s impruonroent for throwing stones at the house of Dr. Whitmarsh. Another named May, who had boon in custody a week, was discharged, owing to error in the charge.
When the history of this time shall come to be written calmly and dispassionately Mr. Gladstone's memorable campaign in Mid-Lothian will appear in its just proportions as marking not merely an electoral campaign, bat a now departure in polity. The reader of tho future will, howe
Next SABBATH (January 14t;i) SERVICES above Chnrch will (D.V.) :>e conducted by the Rev. Dr. ROGERS, Whiteabbey Hours of Worship, 1.30 and o’clock. The Congregational Committeo have recently to considerable expense in Ventilating and otherwise improving the Church, and the Colle
IX the CHURCH of tbo SECOND CONGREGATION TO MORROW Evening at SEVEN o’clock. Subject“ Themes Fit for Sunday’s Preaching.” Strangers are cordially invited. EVANGELISTIC SERVICES in ST. i GEORGE’S HALL TO MORROW (SUNDAY. 14tb), as usual, at 3.30 Afternoon, Ad- Jreaa Rev. Mr. WILLI
TO LET, with immediate possession, those Superior and Central STORES in Calender Street, formerly occupation of Messrs. Young, King, & Company. Apply to GEORGE M’AUUFFE, Calender Street. Bth December, 1882. rpO LET, and immediate possession given, comfortable and commodious DWEL
and Cairncantus Parish Wednesday night an entertainment was given at the rectory, Kilwaughtor, to children attending the Saudsy-school in connection with the parish. After tea, the chair was taken by Rev. R. Pheuix, A.M., rector of the parish, who gave a hearty welcome to those
[niOM LONDON CORRESPOND BUT. 3 London, Friday. Money has been much wanted to-Oay owing ♦« the reouirements of the Stock Kxcliango settlement, and short loans were quoted 4 to per cent. Discount remains steady at 3J per cent, for first-class throe months’ acceptances. Eleven thou