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The sealed handicap billiards tournament, in vhich seven professionals are competing for the Gold Cup, began Thurston’s Hall, London, yesterday. The event will extend over twelve weeks, and heats will be decided Liverpool, Newaastle-on-Tyne, Leeds, Nottingham, Glasgow and London
At Strabane yesterday the Customs authorities prosecuted Robert Maxwell, James Maxwell, and Samuel Maxwell, of Innisclan, Sion Mills, for evading payment of duty on young pigs. Robert Maxwell was fined £lOO, and the case* against the other two brothers were dismissed. Thomas M'G
Tbo Shankill Road Y.M.C.A. was filled capacity on Sunday afternoon, when an all praise service was carried through. Mr. William Brown, tbo general secretary, presided, and the orchestra, composed of twenty players, led the congregational singing and contributed attractive select