Sun And Central Press (Newspaper) - July 17, 1873, London, Middlesex THE SUN & CENTRAL No. 25.255. JULY 17, 1873. PAGE 1. A Newspaper for Newspaper at the General Post Office ai a 0OMI0 Classic Epithet fob a Useful London Miserabile has gone off quite and I think our guesta were by the as soon as you're settled those we'll shut up the and be off to the You understand - Chief my The remember you must go for the children at nine as the party breaks up at that Nurse I don't think I can get there till my botany class is and that's seldom till nine !! 1 mistress of course knew her and said more General Hotel North of Captain What the deuce are you doing to the old mare you our old black hearse horse went lame yesterday that was wanted for Squire Doherty's so I'm up the old grey for the You see her body won't show by reason of the and 111 have to wash her clane for Miss on the morrow 1" Exhibitions of 1873.-Miss Clara Pensive her drawing What an you must have had for that young lady in your Mr. Pigment Mr. you think My sister was the Miss Clara Pensive Good gracious me I ought to have known she is so like Group of the Westminster Camp 1st Winner of Queen's Private Light Lieutenant Winner of the Cheek Challenge Corporal 1st Heavy Scorer of the greatest number of In So sorry I couldn't keep my appointment with you I had to go to the you was too The Shah was there Mrs. I I saw you Mrs. A. Mrs. B. as I drove you were standing in the High Prices I gave you a and you only bring me ten Where's the Joseph stamps is By the Sad Prose Aunty goes down to the seaside and selects a retired where she dabbles playfully with her shoes and stockings off. That monkey George secures the same and won't give them up under a Crowded Out A Wonderful Justice Can't I get into my own house Manager ' ' Very my dear hut there isn't a place to be and we are booked up for three months His Royal Highness the will hold a levee at one o'clock on the 23rd at the Horse Both in Paris and to wear white is to be attired in the height of the prevailing taste and and it is equally adopted for evening The avant of Chinese labour have arrived in and a laundry has been opened in that city by three of the this being one of their special branches of Before the Canadian volunteers left the Dominion for England Lady Dufferin stated that she would present the member of the team who should score the greatest number of marks with a gold medaL Mr. G. T. who for the last three years has occupied the position of emigration agent for the province of has been appointed by the Dominion Government Commissioner of Emigration at It is understood that on the return of the Primus to Scotland about the end of this a meeting of the Bishops will take place in Edinburgh for the purpose of considering the question of the consecration of a Bishop of The infant daughter of the of Lord was baptised at the English Cathedral in on the 16th ult. The Rev. G. V. Housman baptised the infant by the names of Victoria Alexandrina Muriel The two former names were given by the express wish of her Among the passenger by the steamship which arrived at Liverpool on were the Rev. Drs. Eadie and who have jest returned from their mission to the American Presbyterian Churches as a deputation from the Synod of the United Presbyterian In South Cambridgeshire and the organization of agricultural labourers seems to be and a sick and benefit has been determined on by the National Agricultural From Cornwall mining reports are very though no surplus labour is available in the The University of New York has conferred the degree of Doctor of Divinity upon the Rev. Adam Lind minister of the Presbyterian in Dr. Simpson is a native of and held for some years a charge in it in connection with the United Presbyterian He is well known to the members of the Philosophical Institution having been one of their lecturers for several There are happily not numerous in but dwellers chiefly in small country who use five o'clock tea as an opportunity for and who systematically exchange visits at that time of day for the purpose of eating something that is newly in such as or something for which they have a sneaking such as Men are course carefully excluded from these Saturday The Scotsman understands that Mr. William of for has given an abatement of 10 per to his tenantry for deficiency of crop 1872. It would appear in of the difficulty of procuring the whole of Mr. Miller's tenantry had not availed themselves of the kind offer made at Martinmas to pay for the half the lime they used on their and this deduction has been made to put all on equal Speaking to Earl Fitzwilliam's colliers at who have just resumed work after the prolonged strike and Mr. secretary to the South Yorkshire said they had got out of a disagreeable affair very and he hoped they would never get into He advised them to eschew and never to strike except after consulting the In reference to the charges of extravagance made against Mr. said they were as much entitled to the sweets of life as any other Thb Empire should be says the New York in considering the subject of Summer that New York City is im point of a What other capital in the world has a site for in an equal the same thing can be claimed but no We have only to compare the sluggish Thames or Seine with our North and East contrast the salt whiffs of the sea that come up to us through the Narrows or with the muddy vapours that rise from the European see New York's advantage in this respect over Paris and The secretary of the Marylebone Cricket in a note published by order of his expresses regret at the confusion which occurred at Lord's ground at the conclusion of the Eton and Harrow match on Saturday He Such scenes as those witnessed on Saturday would not occur if the partisans of both schools would assist the authorities in checking the immoderate expression of feeling at the conclusion of the The committee appeal to the old and young members of the two schools to assist them in future in preventing a repetition of such which must inevitably end in a discontinuance of Mr. the selected Conservative candidate for East having recovered sufficiently to although still confined to his has addressed a letter to the Western Morning on the subject of the late discussion in the House of Lords respecting the firing into his yacht by a gunboat during the Shah's visit to Mr. Tremaine says the unexploded pebbles penetrated tbe and an elm like so many The effect on the bodies of the unfortunate including two daughters of Lord may be in addition to their clothes were set on A dear friend and appreciative admirer of the late distinguished artist informs us that it had long been the desire of Her Majesty that he should come over once more to England to paint the likeness of the Princess in addition to those he had already taken of her four elder sisters and of the of whom he had finished many the first at the age of name was the great ambition of his life was to paint historical a very elaborate and valuable which is in her Majesty's contains no In addition to the Court portraits executed by he painted these of many and Polish His finest pictures are in the galleries of the where he was wont to say he knew they were The fact of his being forced to leave Paris in 1848, and again in 1870 lived there for forty a shock to him from which he never completely The Shah and Baron New York Timet thus speaks of the extraordinary between the Shah and Baron The Baron is as characteristic a product of Western civilisation as the Shah and his country are of what is called progress in the East. To this magnate the Shah of Persia has handed over the exclusive right to construct to make to work and to establish other productive enterprises within his Who is to enforce the provisions of the contract does not but as Baron Reuter is a naturalised British there seems to be an opening here for a repetition of the history of the Bast India The Shah has been telling the people of England in coming among he feels that he is coming among Some of Shah's successors may not unlikely become jealous of the rich fruits of the Renter and then it may be assumed that the country which wrenched Herat from the hands of the soldiers of the would once more have to shew itself the reverse of and Published for the Proprietors by John at 112, W.C.