COAMERCIAL NEWS. THE STOCK EXCHAN'GE. LOnDON-, FRIDAY.-There has been a moderate inquiry for money to-day at 1 to 1.3 per cent. for abort loans. Discount is unaltered, at 15S1 for three nmonths' and a trifle under that for short bills. Idency is expected to 1be- very plentiful ow
NORTIH COY.NOR CILIURlIl CIIOII' U N [ON. ANNUTA QCHORAL rESTIVAL,. Y!RTErnnAv aftrrnoon the sixth annunal festival t ?? rO, auspices of the North fionnor Church 'hoir U nion wvas held in liallymoney Parish C('ilreb, and waas attendjed with a very gratifying I t neafsure of sUee.
WILLS AND BEQUBSTS. FROM TED ILLUSTnA'rD LONDON NEWS.. THE will (dated July 31. 1877), with a codicil (dated April X, 1878) of Damne Laura Buchan, widow of the late Lidutenant.-Geueral Sir John Buchan, ?? late of No. 5, Sussex Square, Hyde Park, who died on Mayl 0 ?? proved ?? 14
BIRTHS, MARRI'.AGES, AND DEATHS. Announcements under tihi. headinig are c/raeiyd Jb'r as Jdtiows :-3A frriage, Ps Gd; Death Wit/h& J neral ots Ce, 22 Gd; Otitnarv eotire, is Cd; Birth, ,s Gd. i1 every case sulch announcemnent inuet be prepaid and duty anehenticared. B I R T HI S.
AVTER leaving the home counties. Mr. Black, Assistant Commissioner, visited the County Meath, and held inquiries in Kells,. ,avan, and Trim, And at Bective Bridge, and we shall now review briefly the evidence brought befor him. Meath is not an agricultural conuty, the landisalmo
TWELFTJI OF JULY CELEBRATIONS.: BALLYM50EBY. The anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne. was, celebrated in Ballymoney with the usual onthu- siasr. Orange arches, bearing appropriate mot- toes, spanned several of the streets, %while ffom the church tower was suspended a Union. Ja
TO BE LET OR 8OJLD. -EPHRALM BROWN & SON'S HOUSE AND LAND AGENCY OFFICES. 103, DONEGALL STREET. J In BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. cc YHOP AND WAREROOMS, No. 11. North an ).S Street ; suitable for grocery, provision, or sU ?? to E. BROWN & SON. F( CiHOP. Masonic Buildings, Arthur Squ
THIE STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, TsF9DAY.-3fnCy has been very PlentifuL to-day, and rates ruled easy. at . to 4 per 4cent,., the dema3nd being linited. >isconint ruled 4qiet, at 1 I for short bills, and I s to 1 for three TonthB' paper. 13000 srovereigns taken to Bank. Bar silver we
BALLYMENA PnESBYTEnY.-This Presbytery met on the 14th inst. in the Wellington Street lecture-room, Ballymena. The Rev. Wum, Colvin, LL.D., presided. The cleric (the Rev. John Gibson) reported the death of the Rev. Janmeq Ei'Turk. one of their members, who died at his residence o