MEMOBIAM. Johnston In loving memory of E. T. Johnston, who entered into rest, his brother’s residence, .12. Fittroj Avonue. April 2,19 U ai : d WM interred in the City Cemetery. Deeply regretted. JAMES JOHNfSWv.
WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION •No. 15, COLLEGE SQUARE EAST. Particulars from J. ALFRED M‘AULEY, 14, ARTHUR STREET. SYDENHAM AVENUE, BY PRIVATE TREATY, DETACHED BEBIDENCE, CONTAINING RECEPTION-ROOMS. 6 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms; Stabling and Coachhouse, Greenhouses, Tennis Court. Ground
BT MAPLE LEAF.” By the time this goes press Easter holidays will with us. There ere two tout* which I have recently been, and the road* arc tolerably good throughout. The fimb is from Belfart Port rush by the coast road, the return journey by way of variation being taken inland.
A meeting of the Irish Alliance was held In Ado- I aide 6t rest Rooms last evening—Mr. George Bleed presSolng—to discuss protest from whllehsll against Duffers the (I) encroachment of spectators; (2) assault upon Whitehall linesman; (5. spectators rushing upon field and kicking
BOUTS RUNT. The above Hunt hare finished up very suooeoe l n, / have not heard whether Major Montgomery intends wind with point-to-point race meeting not, same as most of the other Hunt® in the County Down and County Antrim, there reason why should not, have a distinct recollect
PUBLIC NOTICES. Having purchased the greater part of our Skins previous to the recent big advance, tve are in a position to ofier exceptional value in COATS, WRAPS, and STOLES, ALL FURS NOW OFFERED AT SUMMER PRICES. Remodelling a Speciality, LO.G.T.
Tho India Office announces—lt appears from Reuter’s telegrams from India that tho National Congress has published the results of unofficial investigation which this body charged itself with conducting into tho Punjaub disturbances and other troubles in April, 1919. This document