NEW YORK, Tuesday. —America’s .ost Inquisitorial census—there are 299 questions to be answered- was aunched throughout the continent today. An army of 120.000 census off! dais will have one month in which complete their great task Thev will have to visit some 33.000 dwellings an
The following will play for R. W. Harland's XV v. Civil Service at Stormon‘ this evening at 6-13 o'clock—R. R. Davey; C. G. Irwin, W. J. B. Hlgson. F. E. T. Dann, R. J. Johnson; Norman Puree. J. W. Adraln; O. B. Glasgow, St. J. Pike, M. R. Neely, R. B. Mayne. A. E. Nelson, J. F.
M.F. Fair G.F. Paulo 7.38 n 7.78 n 8.03 n North 6.98 n 7.63 n S.o3n Egyptian Spot Quotations Giza F.G.F. 10.46 Upper F.G.F. 10.32 NEW YORK.—COTTON on spot closed point lower at 10.73 c (nominal). Futures opened steady, with the old contract 7 to points down and the new contract
The Rev W. G. Kerr, M.A., rector, presided. Appointments;—Rector's churchwarden, Charles Foot: people's churchwarden, W G. Taylor. Select Vestry—James Morgan. Jackson Pillow, J.P.; David Troughton, Trevor Whitten, James Patterson, Daniel Singleton. Nathaniel McMahon. Lewis Singl
New York Subway Workers’ Dispute The threatened strike of New York underground railway employees has been averted. With the situation still acute, Mr. John L- Lewis, the U.S. Labour leader, and head of the Commission for In- dustrial Organisation, arrived in New York yesterday t
—Burns—March 21, at St. Mary Magdalene Church, Belfast, by the j'ev W. J. Gransden, MA. —Henry Joseph, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr, of Mountain Lodge. Altnaveigh, Newry, Co. Armagh, to (Dr.) Phoebe Stanton, daughter of the late Dr. William Burns and of Mrs. Burns, of