£31.785 +£3.496 £1.300 +£3oo £36,540 +£1.660 Tramways and Miscellaneous. London General Omnibus £54.505 London United Trams Provincial Trams. Calcutta Trams - £l6O +£s7 —Rel.2oo £5OO -£542 Dublin United Trams Metropolitan Trams Continental Exchanges. Th* following are the excban
than ran. The first and only vehicle Its kind Ireland. THE MOST COMPLETE and UP-Tfl-DATE EQUIPMENT THE CITY. ARTHUR STRINGER, FUNERAL UNDERTAKER. Read Omco-109, Doses*!! rasa. Branches—Antrim Boad, Connswater A throughout City. Teles: 595 & 1327. Telejrama: Carriage, Belfast."
The minJtes the Public Health Committee dealt very largely with the housing scheme in connection with the Belfast Improvement Order, 1910. but this matter was not dealt with at yesterday’s meeting. They also contained the following resolution. moved Alderman M'Clure. and seconde
Dr. Thos. M‘Laughlin (chairman) presided the weekly meeting of this Board on the 28th ult., and the other members present were—Mrs. Morns, Major Ross Smyth, J.P.; Messrs. W. J. Hanna, J.P.; John (iregg, James Blair, Thomas White, J.P.; Patrick ArUallion, W. G. Webb, Richard Henr
Professor Lindsay’s Appreciation. There was a very large attendance an " In. service held in the Groevenor Wall l*»t evening, when specially appropriate vocal and other music was rendered. Those ♦■aking part in the service were—Rev. B. M. Ker, Rev. J. N. Spence, Professor J. A.
atEDTT.R S SHERIF PASHA’S PARIS VISITOR. Shot Dead by Son-In-Law. Paris, Wednesday. young man called this morning at the residence Shcrif Pasha, leader the Turkish Radical party, to see Sherif. The manservant refused him admittance, whereupon the visitor drew a revolver and shot