THE COURT JUSTICE IN IRELAND. CHANCERY DIVISION—I/AND .RIDGES. FINAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND IS- CL'MBR ANGERS. In the. of tb« EoUto of CALEDON DOLLING, ond of MARY otboroise MAY EMMA STAPLES, -Administratrix of ROBERT WILLIAM RADCLYFFE DOLLING, Owners; Ex-parte MARIA RUTTLEDGE,
TRUSTEE TO SELL BY TENDER, on THURSDAY, the 6th January, 1910, Twelve o’clock noon, Lot i.—stocktn-trade, consisting LADIES’, GENT’S, and CHILDREN’S BOOTS and SHOES, amounting at List Prices to £454 8s 6d. LOT SHOP FIXTURES and FURNITURE. The STOCK will -be VIEW Daily between th
A. A . A . GENERAL Servant wanted, small family, to-day; £l6; roust have good reference.—Mrs. Maxwell, 107 end 109. Donegal! Street. A. A - - HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS wanted immediately for'Hotel; must have some experience.—Mrs. Maxwell, 107. Donegal! Street; Telephone 2928. 92 A.A.A.
The Gas Committee of the this borough met in the City Hall yesterday—Councillor James Doran, J.P., the There were also present—Aldermen William Tougher, J.P., and J. Craig; Councillors E. Squire (vicechairman), D. J. Campbell, John Collins, Henry Johnston, J. Laughlin, John Lonp
Soloist*, HILDA DUFF and Miss LOTTIE Everyone Welcome. S 9 S E M B_L Y~H L . TO MORROW AFTERNOON, 3-30. FIRST SERVICE FOR 1910. SPECIAL ADDRESS BY REV. W. J. CURRIE, B.A. (BERRY STREET). Soloist—Miss KATHLEEN HENDERSON. All welcome. 17