Their Majesties crossed from Dover to Calais in the Royal yacht Alexandra, the yacht being escorted by warships. The illustrious travellers were enthusiastically welcomed at Calais, where the King inspected the guard of honour of soldiers and bluejackets. Paris was reached about
AND LICENSED PREMISES, Fully Furnished and in First class Order, includ ing Silver, Plate, Linens, &a., together with Horse, Car, Harness, Float, Ac., for Sale se e going concern, known es the RANFURLY ARMS HOTEL" MARKET SQUARE, DUNOANNON. The undersigned Auctioneer bag received
Caesar, King Edward's favourite dog. the little Irish terrier which made a pathetic figure in the funeral procession of his late matter, died on Saturday. Cir.ar had been suffering acutely for some time, and an operation was decided upon, although it was undertaken with only the
(By The "Tramp.") • The sensation on Saturday was the performand of Portadown against Dunmurry at the village. After what took place at Shamrock Park tbi previous Saturday. the one who would have pre: flirted that the Ports would conquer the Duns at home, would have been a bold
Rifleman Canis, a native of Belfast, giving his experiences at the front, says that after landing in France they were sent, they knew not where. " We arrived at Conlommiers," he continued, " at 3 35 p m. on the 18th August. and the libitioo said the Germans were in Conlommiers.
In the German army great attention is paid to physical exercises. At first the recruxs is taught to throw back his arms violently, expand his chest, lower and elevate the body by bending the knees, and rtany similar movements calculated to strengthen and render supple all the mu
Minim the week this popular place of entertato, meat enjoyed large audiences. The progiemme. produced were of outstanding merit. end the ezoellesee of the picturre were that one mold desire. For to-night another eptendid set of tilms bays been arrsoged of which the " efnemirch o
A husband and wife who had been sepa. rated for thirteen years. and each of whom thought the other to be dead, met at the Newport Police court on Monday, when Henry J. Davies, of Luton, was charged on a warrant with neglecting to maintain his wife. When Davies was arrested ho sa