last few days : Arrivals Thomaa Greer, Esq., M.P., Scajurk: Mrs. 11rcer and family, Seapark: Andrews, Esq., yacht John Neill, Esq., Ballyinena; .lames O'Neill, Esq., (■lasgow: U, Lanrie, Esq.. Dublin; licorge S. Fiddes. Esq.. Belfast; E. K. Blyth. Esq.. London; hoiuas I tick son
Belfast, Acj<ii.» 1 in- inttbr rutiniM cliM|<alili>—«■: and unfa\ounljle lor maturing; , ~.p. f?"™"* ot t),.," and torn Indian corn. aud store --ram—Owing the unfavourable crop from America, wlwat ha* been strong this week, ami seller* f.>r 15s per ton last w«k'. quotations. flo
BELFAST, WEDNESDAY. AUG. 17. 1681. Mr. A. M. Sullivan, M.P., remains m a conaition which five's tlie utmost alarm his medical attendants. President Garfield has changed for the better, and virtually trembles the very brink of death. Gastric irritation has interfered with the ass
of days they will have completed. Last evening experiments were trie with an electric lamp swnnir from a pole, at the Donegal I Quay, and the light given w as decide I improvement on the existing gas lani)w. Belfast Custody Cocrt.—ln this court yisterday the magistrates were-Dr.
(by telecraph.J (From our Correspondent.) Newry, Tuesday Night. a meeting of the Branch of the Land League, held this evening, the president, Mr. J. F. Small, solicitor, in the*chair, it was moved by Dr. K' AD, seconded l>y Mr. Crowley, and unanimously resolved—"That this commit
Mr. hie, member for the To act Hamlets, was unsuccessful in his effort to tie the hands the Government in negotiating about the Commercial Treaty with France. He moved for address to the Crown praying her Majesty t» withhold her consent from any Treaty substituting specific for
Kallyiuer.a, Saturday. have very litllo change to reiiort in this market to-dav. The u«i;al were attendance, and the present pro.lurti,. very small. Manufacturers were not anx;onsto effect iles at present prices, and a l demand continues for last qualities'. The market closed fi