KUEAL DISTRICT OF CRUMLIN. TO THE PROTESTANT ELECTORS. ADIE6 AND GENTLEMEN—We hare been faroured with Nominations and have accepted same to contest the Beats the above Electoral Area. have resided in the District all our lives, and our interests are all centred therein. The Elec
SALE OF WORK, CAKE FAIR, &c., IN LECTURE HALL OF UNCAIRN GARDENS METHODIST CHURCH (Entrance, Uchcster Street). TO BE OPENED TO-DAY (Friday), at 3-30 p.m., THE LADY MAYORESS (Mm. W. F. Coate®). Chairman— The HIGH SHERIFF (W. G. Turner, Exq.), TO-MORROW (Saturday), 29th. at p.m..
Encounter between Police and Masked Hen. CO. DOWN BARRACKS BURNED. While proceeding to fair Crosedouey, Co. Cavan, yesterday morning from Ballinagb, Sergeant G. Jolyrston and Constable Somerset were attacked by twelve armed and masked men, who ordered them to throw up their hand
PRESIDENT WILSON’S STAND. Separate Peace Resolution Vetoed IBS ARMENIAN QUESTION. As «*s expected, President Wilson hie vetoed the resolution dediriog the stete war with Germany at an end. He declines be associated with action which would place ineflaoeable stain upon the United
Pekin, Wednesday. The House of Representatives this afternoon, decided by 203 votes to 1 to ratify the Peaoe Treaty with Austria.—Reuter. THE HAMPSHIRE FARM TRAGEDY, Yerdiot of Wilful Murder. In the case of Fred Eustace Messenger, the crippled youth £ouud dead from a gunshot wou
Captain Loseby. MC. M.P . speaking at « public meeting <,f the National Democratic Party at Sheffield last night, urged iliai something must bo done to find employment for ex aervicc men. It was necessary for tra ie unionists, trades, industries. and profe.*s ; on.' throughout t
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Th« jumping coeop*titiona attaetod Urge crowd of speot&ton to th« enclosure, and toe rariona wans followed with the keenest interaak There were no fewer than 43 entries for the Challenge Cujv and they all competed, the winner being Mr. John Bambef. mn.’s wonderful Biddy. Whitega
freedom of movement on the links, on the bowling green, on the promenade, and on the open road. SPECIAL OFFER. 250 Tweed Sports Coats, perfectly tailored in a variety of fashionable shapes. Shades include light and medium grey, brown and heather. Worth 63/-. Selling at ... ... .