VOLUNTEER OFFICER WOUNDED. Last nigbC’s casualty list contained the name Lieutenant J. E. Furniss, Royal Irish Rifles. This officer obtained his commission on 17th September. 1914, and underwent his training dandoboye Camp. He was promoted to the rank of lieutenant 18th August l
The Press Association is officially informed that the National Organising Committee and the • entra! Advisory Committee for War Savings which were formed in February last on the recommendation the Committee War ix>ans for Small Investors, have now been united and reconstituted t
rate has been duly MADE the Property ratable thereto in the above-named County Borough. The Rate for the expenditure of the County Borough for the service the year to end 31st March, 1917, chargeable to the above-named County Borough, is at the rate of One Shilling in the Pound.
I>£DROOM wanted, ground floor, lady and maid, for July and August; good garden required; attendance.—C9ls. lADY desires large Unfurnished Apartments. with attendance, Belfast neighbourhood.—C9oo. MALONT. District. tfonted. comfortably-furuislu-d Sitting-room and Bedroom. 2 ladie
Attention may drawn to Ihe annuuu* cim id in our advertising columns of special intci«c-' aot'y service in the Assembly Hall this evetim; at eight o’clock. Sir Robert Anderson. Bar' . •will preside, and address bis troops will given by* the fV\. John > Pyper, 8.A., of Portrush.
are required it means making lenses which properly correct the defect, and fitting them to a comfortable and elegant mounting. In short, giving trustworthy advice free of charge uninfluenced y desire to make a sale. J. LIZARS , Optician, 8, Weilmg on Place. Belfast.