First Class—From to 8 a.m. or p.m., Is 6d per bath, or 14s per dozen. From 8 a.m. to p.m., 2a per bath, or 20s per dozen. Shampooing, 6d, or por dozen. Second Class—From 6 to 8 a.m. or p.m., Is per bath, or 10s per dozen. From 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Is 6d per bath, or 14s per dozen.
The Belfast and Northern Counties Railway Company, having an Office or Place of Business at York Road, Belfast, in the County of Antrim, Def ndants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the provisions of the Act 16, 17 Victoria, «hap. 113, sec. 33, that a Writ of Sammons and Plai
DR. LITTLE begs to say that Patients requiring the use of Electricity (Galvanic or Faradic), can have it employed daily by applying between the hours of and 12 o’clock morning, •or 6 and 9 evening. Paralytic, Rheumatic, Nervous, or other Invalids unable to attend at his Surgery
CASEMENT—BEATTY-Febrnary 8, at St. Stephen’s Church Dublin, by the Kev F. J. Hurst, rector of Clabbv, assls by the Rer. T. J Cooper, curate of the parish, Roger, eldest son of John Casement, Fsq., J.P.. Magherinteniple. Co. Antrim to Susanna, oniy surviving daughter of the late
ADAMS—February 9. at 20, Norwo d Street, Belfast, Jehn Adams, aged 50 years. BLACKE—February 9, 12 and 14, Charles Street South, Belfast, Andrew Allen, son of Aaron Blacke. KINO—F-bruarr 7, 11, GreU Chtrles Stre't, Mount joy Square, Dublin, the Rev. Robert B. King. PARKER - F jb
• nonymoas commonloatlons cannot attended to. We do not bold ourselves responsible for oplntooi - pressed correspondents. beg to notify to ear numerous correspondent* tie Is Imperative they should write on one side of the paper only
General Ignatieff yesterday, after an audience with the Emperor of Austria, set out for St. Petersburg. THE IRISH SUNDAYCLOSING BILL. The second reading of the Irish Sunday Closing Bill will be taken on Monday next. The Government will not oppose this stage of the Bill, and the