The Championship Final. SHITH T. FADCIMEB. Tbe tljan)pion<»bip competition entered upon ite last «tasc liurrooghca Hall. Piccadilly. afternoon. bmitli, of Darliturton. and Falkincr meeting in the final heat of 16.000 up. very high scale of prices had been arranged, but before t
MOT DRUM PLATE—MarIJan, J. Rosao. jun., I; AmWtleiiK. 2; 3. (Trained by Barter.) Bettins-S 4on Marllan. Won by bad third. STEEPLECHASE—Fir Bose, owner, i; Aunt Strange. 3. Ateo ran-Claxet Hail, Aright IMaeolo, Well Well. (Trained privately.) fietllng~2o to 1 aget Fly Hoi*. Won e
PRESBYTERIAN HEALTH INSURANCE SOCIETY. nPIIE EIGHTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEET IXG of. the MEMBERS HIS SOCIETY will held in the ASSEMBLY BOARD ROOM, CHURCH HOUSE. BELFAST (entrance by FISHERWICK PLACE), THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, 4ih May. 1920, at 7-3 C o’clock p.tn.
A foursomes competition: teams of four players from each club. To bo played at Newcastle 10th July. Draw—Xorrh-West v. Malone; Helen’s Bay v. Royal Co. Down. , . _ The finals of the. Senior and Junior Cups and the Barton Shield will placed at Portmarn*jck against the winning clu
Monday. May 17. There Is little sign improvement as yet in market, and the liquidation of holdings is suil in full swing. War Loan exhibits some fimirW*. Great Northern Rails shed $, 64. preference lower, at 7i. Tobacco shares easier. Dunlops were barely able to hold at K Some o
The rates teleprapbed from th® East were telegraphic transfers ...... 2/0 * per rupee (dlratta do. 2/0’• 00. 2/3 per dollar Manila do. ...... 2/5 ** 'i/ o 5'BU per f»el 2/8 perdoilar Hong Kong clo. Shanzbai do. Yokohama do. The Stock Markets. The Stock Markets are suffering from
W. b Bunyan ... «. 5 Brawn, out ... ... E. J Brown, Pollock G. H. .Phelps, c Vernon, b Wallace 91 S. Harmon, b Pollock 48 T J. Smyth, Adams, Wallace 4 G. Faulkner, Pollock 31 T. M‘Bride, Pollock 7 T. 11. Morrison, b Wallace 2 W. Todford. b Pollock - 1 A. M‘Murray, not out ... ..
In tliuusamla. FLOUE quiet at 11.23 c. 12.25 c. CORN on continued dull and nominal. Twenty-five boatloads ot rye were taken to-day for export. To-day Frev. day No. 2 Western mixed To- Same day Last, day laat year season (Allan) 10 30 - Clearances thousands. LARD—Cash firm, with p
The object the Board is keeping steadily before it to establish and develop great organisation which will supply tho needs of the British consumers synthetic dyestuffs and protect them from the menace which would arise from return dependence upon foreign source of supply. The pr