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Lloyds Weekly Newspaper (Newspaper) - February 29, 1880, London, Middlesex EDITED BY REGISTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AS A LONDON ONE WITH HIS OWN SPECIAL SUNDAY CONTAINING ALL YESTERDAYS The Chancellor of the Exchequers for the grave error he committed in insist upon the reprimand of after this gentleman had apologised for his to the was swift and It was only oil Saturday morning in last week that tlie Government at the invitation of Sir voted that it was a breach of to denounce a member to his own as having been guilty of inhuman or conduct and on Monday Sullivan called upon this same majority to their ruling to Major Jocelyn and the of The Major at a meeting had denounced bir Charles Dilkes en Jr Chaws amendment as an unholy with a despicable lot of Irish tossed the impertinence from as became a statesman of his but tasted the sweetness of the revenge that circumstances had cast to him and his Irish would not part from He that both Lord Cadogan and Major had been guilty of a breach of privilege tie in as a interfered in an Charles Mike pointed out that Lord Cadogan was not guilty a peers interference was prohibited by the Standing ID tiers only after the issue of the the Chancellor of the Exchequer endeavoured to make out that was no between Plimsolls case and that of because nobody had complained of the language he presented himself to the house in a Only at the last when he waa insisting formal condemnation of the member for he had put aside the acceptance of Plimsolls Sir Charles and Onslow as ud resolutely pushed for his It was not a question whether these two members felt themselves but whether the dignity of Parliament should be The resolution asserting the privi lege of the House was carried on albeit an apology had been tendered and ac and on Monday a breach of for which no apology had been was passed over at the invitation of the leader of the House by 229 to 15 As Sir Harcourt justly the Chan cellor of the Exchequer had nobody to thank but himself Sullivans He had deliberately provided the petard on which lie was immediately The sole difference between the case of Plimsoll and that of Major was that the former belonged to the minority and the latter to the By the obstinacy of Friday and the bungling of Monday the Government compelled their fol lowers to discredit themselves before the The privilege which was claimed with a haughty and defiant mien in the small hours of Saturday in Monday It is Ftafford He has made a ridiculous parade of his Under his wayward general ship they have shown the unintelligent obedience of an awkward B e has marched them tip the hill and down amid the laughter of the Irish and the sneers of the Whig the Chancellor of the of the best intentioned and most amiable of politi makes half He is thorough as a Tlie evening that witnessed his sad discom as a on the question of breach of beheld him submitting a series of Re solutions for the prevention of Let us state since they are the dered Government remedy for the cure of tlie deliberate and wanton prevention of the progress of public which certain Irish members have been able to effect under existing regulations They propose that if any member shall have by the Speaker or Chairman of Commit tees ns disregarding tbe authority of the chair or abusing the rules of the House by persistently or wilfully obstructing then the Speaker put the if motion be without or the offender he suspended for the remainder of the sit If be suspended three times in one EDITION IMPERIAL YESTERDAY LLOYDS WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OFFICE YESTERDAYS ENGLAND AND IMPORTANT PROPOSALS FOE DIVID ING THE CEDED TO FROM THE DAILY HEWS following im portant information reaches tbe Ciril and Military Gazette You may absolutely accept tbe sub joined as the definite programme which the Indian Government will home political changes and other unforeseen accidents permit The Government says that the experiment of tbe last two proves tbe titter bility of an Afghan one nnd under British Itis therefore resolved country shall be divided including Afghan to be under South with the capital of Canda a with British Eastern in tbe These two dependencies to be garrisoned by tbe and other under Eng lish Portions of territory may possibly be given to Kelat and India to retain Kurram and Khost and up to and including a strong desire is entertained on the part of the Government to form Merv into a State with the joint guarantee of England and THE DUKE OF royal highness thn Duke of Edinburgh arrived here at six oclock this and was received at tbe railway sta tion by the Duchess of the ths Grand Dukes Constantino and Lord Count Loris General and the chief state The route from the station to the Winter palace was kept by detachments of and groups of spectators had assembled to witness his royal high documents rela ting to the extradition of the Russian have been handed by the Government to the judicial The question of his de livery to the Russian authorities is not expected to be decided for several Emperor William yester day paid A visit to Prince ih conference Cliancellor for atf and a Owing to continued the Prince is still confined to his today states that Signer the Minister of the has addressed the enjoining them to prevent all manifestations of the denta and to furnish the Government with particulars of the existing the debate in tbe HOUSE OF THE GOVERNMENT AND The House met to consider the Government resolu tion as to and tbe Sinker took at a After an attempt at a count out by the House resumed where it had left oft on Friday and without any dis divided ou amendment that at least one hundred members shall be present before a member can lie named by the Speaker and tie proposition was rejected by tiS moved an amendment confirming the interposition to the Speake excluding the chairman of committee from the power to name an ob The resolution he denounced as ill and prepared with a view to lay a trap for the Irish and to r to the country on a false He was proceeding to refer to the partisan character of when rose to and asked if it were competent to discuss the character of He could not associate himself with any such said the member probably wished to dissociate himself from such because lie bad himself with the members constant system of He considered that any chairman of committee was a party and often a and it was derogatory to the dignity of the House to place sucil power in the bauds of such au whoever lie might He was proceeding auain to refer to the conduct of in the when Tile said member was going transactions which if noticed at to have been noticed at the time they CALLAN said he did allude to them at the He next went on to refer to the conduct of during part of the allnight sitting on the South African acted as The SPEAKER said it was particularly unfair after a lapse of time when no notice was taken of occurred anil which appeared to be spoken of mainly on hearsay or said he was present at the The CHANCELLOR of the dissented from the tenour of all these and was sure the bulk of the House agreed with him The busi ness of the House could not be carried on if they did not support the GUILDERS defended his conduct on the occasion referred and said he would interfere again as he had done if occasion Lord repudiated the charge of con with the chairman of committees to put down ob made against him by Mr opposed the which was supported by Hopwood and ODoNNELL announced his intention of fighting the Government resolution manfully and appealed to tiie Government to state whether they would or would not alter their Lord JOHN MANNERS said the Government having care fully considered the various suggestions which had been still adhered to the proposal which they originally submitted to the anil was the in of the Select DODSON remarked that after the statement of the noble lord they might as well bring the debate to a because they knew that the majority which the Government commanded the House would enable them to The debate was continued by who asserted that the Liberals were supporting the Govern ment because they feared an immediate The Marquis of HARTINGTON said if a resolution of this kind was to be adopted at it must be applied to the proceedings of as well as of the whole thereupon offered to withdraw BOAT The Cambridge crew finished their last practice yesterday on their own Four of the crew arrived at the Sun late in the and the rest were to They will remain at Kingston all next The men scaled on Friday as follows Jesus Sandford Lady Margaret Barton Lady Margaret Warlow Queens Armitage Jesus Davis Trinity Prior Queens Jesus Clarke Lady Margaret The latest betting is 6 to 5 on The Oxford crew sallied forth early yesterday af and went to the crew re turning against the stream to the University The considering the strong wind that pre went very and seemed to give satisfaction to the The fol lowing are the names and the crew Brown Hert Southwell University Wharton West Hunt The crew go to Maidenhead on Satur day as the guests of of Taplow an old dark and will remain there per haps for 10 TWENTYSIX HOURS WALKING night THREE BODIES FOUND IN THE Yesterday tlie dead body of a young nama was found Heating in the near to and was to the mortuary John coroners re ports that the deceased was a goodlooking of about 28 or M yenrs of respectably She was of fair with blue eyes and black and was wearing a black dress trimmed with braid an trimmed braid and one of her petticoats was of a blue She tad on only one a and iu her pocket were found an coin and sixpence with a hole in issued in the reign of George Her height is about or Yesterday morning the Metropolitan police circu lated the description of two persons whose were found in the The first was that of a man found in tlie river off He de scribed as being CO years of length fair hair bald on top of head whiskers ami moustache grey dre s dark tweed twu shirts one grey woollen and other grey merino coloured tlie was found a marked a photograph of and a French dated in the name of The body was taken to Richmond The was found oii Wapping bv the Thames aud was that of a man In length 5 feet 11 complexion and moustache black dress dark ribbed dark mixture under two vests one black and one light mixture his suspension shall continue on the last occasion one and until a motion has been mane upon which it be decided whether his suspension shall or for how long a period it continue and a if he so may in his own i his received by the Tory benches with a frosty silence it was not sharp enough for tlie country It has to both sides of the to wie public outside the We venture to assert that except in it condemned as To drag a series of innovations affecting the govern ment of Parliamentary debates before an expiring of when there were several most important measures under its considera to invite a Series of to disorganize an already discredited Chamber of Deputies on Cuban Senor Romero y the Minister of the stated that the Cuban insurgents only signed the convention of with the intention of again taking up arms as soon as The Minister added that the Government would always oppose by arms any insurrectionary attempts seeking to esta blish Cuban Senor Canovas del Castillo also made a speech in answer to the arguments of the Cuban deputy Senor The Premier declared that the Cuban in who signed the Convention of treacherously resorted again to He added that in that Convention the Spanish G had not promised to introduce reforms of any kind in the Austrian Charge has proposed to the to venture upon radical changes in W 1Jcedure debate which lias stood Aed and unchanged through the most bril of our own existence as a constitu tional p Stafford summary reform of f rules pretends to give the Speaker dictatorial the exercise of intimes of lead to his the bar opinion in a n anner derogatory high of his It the Speaker to single out an to punish the ob Is to be carried without or 4111011 of The justice is to be sum after it remains very Khi tr this revolution in the forms of e House would effect object which the w of the Exchequer has in How u n Prevent speaking against for instance 2 when the is will it tne elaborate discussion of the lest items of the Estimates I ine artful speaker bent upon impeding public will slip through Sir Stafford n or on obstructionist is caught another will take his The not suspend a score of e are not prepared to say how the evil which np iu to the imperil i and of the national respect which it has commanded at js to be met and trampled out but we do veil C CO aSSert it 10 nTia it is one that should have been tbe skill aad patriotism of a New Porte a plan of common action for the maintenance of order iri the The contributions collected by Lady for the relief of the distress in are being distributed at and The famine is increasing in to official intelligence one of the principal Musulman in habitants of having been soned by order of the Prefect cf any justifiable the inhabitants of the place assembled to effect his Aleko ing the demonstration to bean insurgent sent a force of militia to the and the Governor of despatched a detachment of troops to who succeeded in dispersing the At the suggestion of Aleko Pasha the Musulman who had been taken prisoner was sent to ind the tLe importance of which had been greatly consequence of tlie circumstances attending the arrest of Bey an aidedecamp of the Sultan all persons who have converted to Islamism have been dis missed from service in the Among them is a Belgian who entered the palace in the capacity of the Sultans Rumours are current that Pasha has been summoned to The Council of Ministers is still engaged upon the discussion of tbe The measures adopting a complicated and radical and it is believed that thV deliberations on the subject Will tet some EASTERN Pasha has placed himself in communication with ferences to the Irish members in speeches delivered by Him to liis in the course of which arose Callan intended to hia us stated that on jusc now leaving the in him to challenge a the House divided and rejected the by 191 to FINIGAN next moved au amendment to leave out the words or otherwise from that part of the resolu tion which ran as Or abusing the rules of the House by persistently wilfully obstructing the busi ness of the or CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER explained the necessity for retaining the words in and the amendment was Sir CAMPBELL moved that a member named should be allowed to oner such or apology as he might see tit for a time not exceeding 10 CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER was unable to accept the and on a division it was nega by 195 to 25 COURTNEY moved that the suspension should not to voting so as to disfranchise a amendment was opposed by the aud rejected on a division by 174 to The amendments on the paper were called by the but none of them were The Marquis of proposed a formal amend with a view to put himself iu and went in to contend that the latter part of the resolution give rise to considerable delay and waste of time of the If a member were suspended after the third a debate must take place on his conduct at the end of n week why not fix a normal penalty which the House might think should be be it a week or or whatever might be thought but let the matter be concluded without further The CHANCELLOR of the said Govern ment scheme had been decided after the best con sideration that could be given to aud as any altera tion that might be made would be open to he hoped the House would accent ou the whole what the Government had thought best umer the After a long lord withdrew FOKSTER moved the addition of the follow ing that nothing iu this resolution shall be token to deprive the House of the power of pro against any member according to its ancient The Government accepted the and the re solution with the addition was then put from the ODONNELL protested against tbe re it was the fault of the Government if this resolution were regarded as an electioneering The Irish members regarded it as part of the Liverpool elec aud as part of the general crusade against His remarks were listened to with some and were uttered amid a general buzz of which Sullivan stopped for a moment by appealing to the Speaker to say whether ODon nell was in order in interrupting the conversation of members of the FINIGAN and BIGGAR also protested against I the which was then agreed amid some The CHANCELLOR of the moved the reso lution be a standing order of the hoped it would be merely in force for the and proposed an declaring that in the last session of is inexpedient to constitute an untried experiment by which the proceed ings of Parliament may be materially altered mid the privileges of members as a standing order of the CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER thought it would be inexpedient to have all this discus sion over in a new a division the was negatived by to aud the resolu tion ordered made i standing The House rose at 10 minutes to seven the Governor of with the object of the Mussulman wlrich has oo curred in the district of Two battalions of a squadron of and a detach of local militia have been sent against the in who are about THE UNITED department has withdrawn the prohibition against the importa tion into tbe United States of cattle from DE NEW reception in honour de Lesseps was held by the Geographical society last de Lesseps delivered an address in which he declared that the Panama canal can and must be and that he staked bis past and future reputation upon the success of the THE PROM OUR OWN 11 tunnel is expected to be completed as the men working on each side are now very near to each THE MURDER AT At the Beverley Eliza wife Joseph a gardener at Dalton Holme was committed for trial at the assizes on the charge of having wilfully murdered her George Henry aged ten by adminis tering to him Battles Vermin on FALL OF A PLUMBER THROUGH A Yesterday Joseph aged a of came under the notice of the at the London for very serious He was at work at some repairs in the roof of a house near a large when he slipped and fell The class entered his cutting his hip very causing FOOTBALL House rested with the former by two one toni Queens latter se cured n try to a disputed try and two Upto were successful by five goals to th victory by two goals Thomson to Phillips Hovers Hovers won by two goals to forme won by one a to one Blues sided will the latter by two one to latter were dc by three three to Prairie former scored one goal Miller to United former were beaten by live tries to Hospital School former were hailed victors by one goal to nil tenth international match under Rugby union rules wis at range in the presence of over The weather was de and tlie ground in an excellent Throughout the match the play was of the both sides making strenuous endeavours obtain which ultimately remained with England by two goals three tries to one The players and and Scotland and University Marlborough This match resulted in an easy victory for by two goals aud two trios to Oxford University Old Association match elided in the University winning by two goals to Primrose Marys Hospital The latter had the best of it and won by a Primrose College Rob Roi result was in favour of the latter by one to one Primrose this match the Visitors gained two goals to Richmond each side scoring one coal and a Eaton Rovers tbe latter by two tries to Shepherds End former were victorious by three goals to Turnham home team scored an easy victory by five tries to Victoria by the former by two five tries to Victoria Boys Upton Clarence Rovers Star contest ended in the former winning by three goals to Wood Rovers Rovers left the ground victors by three BETTING IN LINCOLN to Robbie Burns 100 to 7 Rosy Cross to 7 Peter 100 to 6 Parole to 0 Placida to 6 Flavins to 1 to 1 Briglia to 1 Midlothian to 1 Cradle to I Quicksilver to 1 Sun of York to 1 to 1 Peter aud Rosy coupled GRAND to 1 Liberator to 1 UNIVERSITY to 4 on Oxford Two GENTLEMEN OVER IN THE Yesterday morning an alarming accident occurred to two city Isaac aged a linen of and George Alexander of Canon were crossing when one of the gentlemen slipped on the and his friend in attempting to save him lost his balance and also Unfortunately at that moment a cab came and although the driver did his utmost to pull up both gentlemen were run over and very seriously Upon inquiry at the residences last night our representative was in formed no fatal resuit is likely to supervene unless erysipelas or blood poisoning should set SIB SHEPSTONE it is not return to his appointment as Administrator of tlie ton red and black striped cotton Oxonian shoes and red The body lies at 1oplar mortuary for a 20Hours go as you please promoted two blue striped cotton shirts hy the vas brought to a conclusion at th cot Lambeth Baths At the time of starting 01 the competitors were Kingston ami Sittingbourne of of Islington Hun ter of Plaistow G anil 8t Lukes of o Stepney of Woolwich of Leeds of Hampton anil went off with the followed by This order was kept up for soma hours when back and Mason took the lea followed by and The contes was concluded at io minutes past nine last whe 112 miles 1US miles i 92 miles and miles 0 1ULHAM at thes a All England 120 Yards handicap wa the following bein returned a winners of heats 21J start 16 IU 19 17 10i 17 19 13 17 U IS de 12J 10i afternoon the mem bers of this crosscountry club held a con petition for their crosscountry challenge live anil mile course in the of members with the re suit that with won by 120 yard from Turner started from was 100 yards RACE ON THE race was decided on the Thames yesterday afternoon be tween of the Anchor and of the from Putney aque duct to Hammersmith bridge for a cup and bet of the man a start of three Silver caught his opponent 11 the first dozen anil off the Star and Garter wa well by leading by four lengths at the Thames Silver the rest of the j at hi and won by five SATURDAY Last under the auspices of the Trades Guild of a series of free lectures was commenced at iho Society of under the presidency of The lecturer was Arthur and there was a large The lecturer said years since was one most and Deadly Undoubtedly the greatest military lenders that ever produced Oliver years after Cromwells death the Royalist writers and obloquy on his and it was only within the last 50 years that justice was done to this in his tlie was one of tbe noblest of characters in English history Having traced tbe causes which led to the Civil tlu lecturer dwelt at length on the political disputes but ween the ami his On the side of the King were the landlords and tlie agricultural while on the side of the Parliament were tbe commercial classes and tlie In Cromwell often rose to not exactly was always tened to with deep probably from his intense Iu 1044 he came prominently at which time he raised a body of tien in tlie eastern These men entered the battle field and were styled Cromwells They were never They first distinguished them selves at the battle of and were gether by constant drilling and strict From tho moment that Cromwell entered the Parliamentary army he showed the highest capacity as a mili tary The battle of Naseby marked the supreme superiority of Cromwells They of strong religious who had en belief in their and were prepared to fight for them to tbe The army first numbered butit soon increased and this was the first standing army in men represented the party of progress and party which desired liberty of conscience and to render tyranny for ever on the part of the With regard to the execution of Charles that the lecturer was worse than was a It was quite true that the King deceived all and no one conld trust to big it would have been better to have exiled the King his death only threw the masa of Charles caused men to forget his Under Cromwell England became one of the most important powers in France and sought his alliance the him wines and tapestry as the latter offered an annual subvention of Cromwell determined that the name of England should be as much revered as that of ancient It was said that tlie French Minister Cromwell more than he dreaded tlie devil he was known to change colour at the very mention of the name of Cromwell he did with all his was no doubt that Puritanism had the people preferred the easy rule of the King to the heavy taxation and strict discipline of When they were free from the dangers of Catholi the old attachment to the Throne All amusements were abolished by the and the re suit was that the English and fond of turned their eyes eagerly to the of the Cromwells idea of toleration was by no means but toleration came through him and his lie had used his absolute power well be was at times to till He was in favour of a House of so long as its members were chosen by t his death he saw he was leaving behind him greatest and and on the Jrd of passed away one of the grandest in English Prolonged VOLUNTEER Last evening Sir presided at the meeting and distribution of prizes to ths 38th Middlesex Artists of which corps he is which took place at Williss he course of his address Colonel Leighton ated the members on the position the battal ion had the number being against 73 in the previous recruits were it joining in large The and proficients had also largely At he the distribution the annual regimental inner The animal dinner of the South London Rifle Club ook place last evening at the Holborn There vas a good attendance of the which comprised early all the leading shots of the The chair vas occupied by the president Captain and the by Captain Starkie and and mong tbe company were Lowe last years silver and several J lie members of tbe Guards shooting m Imling Sergeant the shot of the Army for both 1S7S and J j a great loss of and inflicted minor cuts about and it is not unlikely that he will shortly the face and i retire on a SINGULAR CONDUCT AT A at the Petty Hubert Ap and Robert the former pri oner being the superintendent of a Volunteer liia were charged with being in the unlawful pos of a china prisoners pleaded detective attached to the police aid that on Friday about one e was on duty at the ruins of the fire at furniture warehouse situate at The elder prisoner him an image pro asking him what he thought of saying Its nice He put it under his but afterwards ent his the younger with it to the engine where it was put in the Acting the instructions of his superior witness atched the About three when the was going he apprehended the defen The elder prisoner We generally ake something from a wherever it ion he further You ought to be looking after instead oi taking notice of such a simple thing s testimony having been given addressed the for the ml contended that it was the most trumpery charge e bad ever known during 20 years The defendant was a man of and worked for nothing at and it was usual to take something as a place in their museum at the tire brigade sta He called Thomas monumental of who corroborated Fentons and said they had amongst other relics a rem nant of flag recovered at the Alexandra palace ami the firemen were in the habit of protecting rty at the fires which they An inspector of police stepped forward anil informed the when the engine was examined on tbe image wsn a larse bundle of sheets produced was thrown from another which then galloped Bench having expressed their disapproval of any one carrying away goods from inflicted a tine of and costs against the and dismissed the charge against the younger
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