Belfast Telegraph - 9 December, 1907.

Announcements under this heading are charged for as follows:-- Births 1s 6d; Marriages 2s 6d: Notice of Death 1s 6d: Interment Notice 2s 6d.


HARPER--NEWELL-HALL -- December 4, at Edinburgh, by the Rev. Robert J. Drummond, D.D., Lothian Road United Free Church, William Potts Harper, second son of James Harper, Merchant, Edinburgh, to Margaret Maud Newell, only daughter of Mrs. Hall, Macklen Hotel, Tandragee, Co. Armagh, Ireland.


ANDERSON -- December 8, at his residence, 25 Ship Street, James, the dearly-beloved husband of Mary Anderson. His remains will be removed for interment in St. Nicholas' Churchyard, Carrickfergus, on tomorrow (Tuesday) at twelve o'clock noon sharp, passing Woodburn Bridge about two o'clock.

BELL -- December 8, at her residence, 9 Memel Street, Ellen, Widow of Arthur Bell. The remains of my beloved mother will be removed from her late residence for interment in the family burying-ground, Ballygowan, to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at one o'clock.
  Her pleasant face and kindly smile,
     The fond true heart is still;
  And the lips that spoke so kind to us
     Are closed in death's cold chill.

BROWN -- December 8, at her residence, Kilcross, Agnes [-?-], much beloved wife of Henry Brow, aged 28 years. Her remains will be removed from above address to-morrow (Tuesday) morning at ten o'clock, for interment in Carnavey. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. HENRY BROWN

FORBES -- December 7, at 298 Albertbridge Road, Neal Forbes, Head-Constable R.I.C. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed from above address to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at eleven o'clock, for interment in the family burying-ground, Ballymoney, train arriving there at 2.20pm. MARY FORBES

GREGG -- December 8, at her residence, 34 Donegall Road, Mary, the dearly-beloved wife of John Gregg (late of Dromore). Her remains will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at half past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
  A faithful friend and mother dear;
     A loving wife, who God did hear;
  Upright and just in all her ways,
     In truth and justice spent her days.
  Farewell, my husband and children dear,
     I am not dead, but sleeping here;
  Prepare for death, for die you must,
     And with me sleep in the dust.
Inserted by her sorrowing husband and family. JOHN GREGG.

BOYD -- December 9, at 11 Cross Row, Lisburn, Mary Jane -- widow of the late Robert Boyd. Funeral on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock, to Lisburn Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation. T. L. BOYD

FERGUSON -- December 8, at his late residence, 94 Stratheden Street, William, the dearly-beloved husband of Margaret Ferguson. Notice of interment in to-morrow's paper. Deeply regretted. MARGARET FERGUSON

WATT -- December 8, at his residence, 21 Brookhill Avenue, Nelson Watt. His remains will be removed from above address, for interment in Garvaghy Churchyard, County Down, on Wednesday morning at nine o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JOSEPH WATT

WILSON -- December 7, at his residence of her husband, 5½ Hemsworth Street, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of John Wilson. Her remains will be removed from above address, for interment to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at half-past eight o'clock, in Tullylish Churchyard. Friends will please accept this intimation. Deeply regretted. JOHN WILSON

In Memoriam

M'BRIDE -- In fond and loving remembrance of our dearly-beloved daughter Aggie, who fell asleep in Jesus, December 9, 1905, and was interred in the family burying-ground, Ballyroney. Till Jesus comes.
  We freebly mind with sorrowing hearts two years ago today,
     When our dear Aggie, much beloved, so peaceful passed away;
  We miss her kind and cheerful voice, and see the vacant chair,
     But there above in the home of love, she dwells with Jesus there.
  We soon shall meet on that happy shore, and never part again,
     When sorrow and pain and death are o'er we shall with Jesus reign.
Fondly remembered by her loving Father, Mother, Sisters and Brothers.



With reference to the Artillery practice camps to be held next year the Divisional Artillery is to practice early in the season. The later dates being reserved for the newly-organised Training Brigades. Units are not to arrive at or depart from camp on Sunday, and the length of their stay must be regulated so as to allow not less than six days' actual shooting for each brigade. (Rest was cut off.)




Rain Causes Abandonment of Game

(Press Association Foreign Special) (Copyright)

BRISBANE, Monday-Owing to rain, which fell heavily during the morning and early afternoon, no further play in this match between an eleven of Australia and the M.C.C. team was possible to-day, and shortly after two o'clock it was decided to abandon the game as a draw.

A.O. Jones will not be able to play in the first test match, which begins at Sydney on Saturday.


For our Sporting Readers

Every day throughout the season the First Edition of the "Belfast Evening Telegraph" issued about 12 o'clock will contain a full programme of the day's racing, a special report of the mornings gallops, latest arrivals and scratchings, selections from the morning papers, together with latest selections from our special Correspondents "Isinglass" and "With the Gee-Gees" ("Final Selection"), who attend meetings and wire those selections direct from the course, based upon the very latest information to hand.

Those of our readers residing in districts where our Noon Edition is not obtainable can have either "Isinglass" or "Final's" selections telegraphed each morning for one shilling each (including cost of message) about eleven o'clock. The result of any race run at

NOTTINGHAM -- December 9, 10
NEWBURY -- December 11, 12
LINGFIELD -- December 13, 14

Will be sent direct from this office to any address in towns not reached by our "Sixth Edition" for 1s each. A telegram containing the winner of each race (at any one meeting) will be sent for 1s prepaid. A message containing winners and places (at any one meeting) will be sent also after the last race for 2s each day. ON NO ACCOUNT WILL A PREPAID REPLY TELEGRAME FORM BE ACCEPTED AND IT SHALL IN ALL CASES BE RETURNED TO THE SENDER.

Customers are requested to make their addresses as brief as possible, and those having messages regularly should register their addresses at the Post Office.




American Stock Manipulation -- Trans Atlantic Press Views -- The New York Bank Return -- Steel Trust

Monday 11.30am -- Little attempt is made in the American Press to disgrace the manipulation of stocks during the past week; indeed, some go so far as to say that its main object has been to strengthen and accelerate public confidence, and so quicken all branches of industry. The conservative element, however, regard it as highly unsafe, holding that manipulation at this juncture for purely window dressing purposes is likely to react disastrously in January.

The heavy liquidation in Wall Street on Saturday suggests to the "Financial News" that the big manipulators had temporarily changed to the bear side.

The best feature in the New York Bank return, indicating a return to the normal, was the decrease of about two millions in the loans.

The Steel Trust is working only 38 furnaces out of 96.

The following is from the article on the Stock Markets dated Saturday evening, in the "Times" of to-day; -- Markets were again rather irregular, with business very quiet. Gilt-edges stocks were a good market, and the demand for Home Railway Stocks continued, with a further appreciable advance in Great Northern and Great Central issues, although the market showed some hesitation towards the close. The American market opened dull, and in the absence of local support prices relapsed slightly, and South African Shares showed an easier tendency at the close, after a firm opening. IN the Foreign market there was a cessation of the recent selling of Russian Bonds, for which some Continental support was forthcoming.


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