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   Bells Life In London (Newspaper) - May 3, 1886, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED No I 53tABLiaaED TBB OLD33T BPOBMSQPAPER IS TH3 BBaBIHSBD FOB TSAiTSXISSIOK j MAY BMT JPBBPAID JO AST ADDB88S IK THB DHUBD XmaDOH 1 fi1 YBARLYPAIDIS VALlIi BBLLS LIFE IN CHAEOES FOR IEADSB Etch Additional Line Each Additional Line 9d TUM ADVEKTI8EHENT3 Per Una laOi Per Una la Od TOHP PABASBiPHa Per lino PABAGBAPH ADVERTISEMENTS 7 Unea Mb 6d Each Additional Lin irroUOAMUSBJIEHTS TUnes 8s 6d Each Additional Lino Contract moderate terms for a series ol AJvertiLnents mat reach Office by Biz oclock lor the neitdaya post Office Orders to be made payable IndgaU Oiroua to At Water Stud A LTHOXAS winner of the Althorp Park Stakes and many by Hoiicrnolan oat of j Vespasian by her dam by lying at lOga a and lOt UkUbred mares and 5s tna PHYVHE winner of We Aecot Stakes and manf by oat ol at logs a and 10s the groom halfbred maref and 5s thq A limited number of approved thoroughbred martt to either of the above horns gratis by paying one guinea to tha Apply to Mr Hunting find Livery EACE KEMPTON PARK Friday and May 7 linBTBAOEliT TWO bOLOCTK BAND OF THE TTB SPECIAL TEAKS from WATEBLOO and other Stations to the Grand Bland up till Becretlry S TRATFORDONAVON STEEPLE CHASES FLAT and HUHDIEBACEB Will take place May Under Grand National Hunt Over the old Grass Course by tba The BELLING HDNTEBSTLAT BADE has been withdrawn md the following race substituted An OPES BEELtSO T1UKDLE BADE of 40 SO7S not for Lnnters four year olds five year oldi and npirarda list 1016 tlie winner to be sold br auction for 60 ion entrance 3 over eight flight of A BKILIKG HUHTEBB1 HOKDLB RACE ot 40 aovs tour oUs list fire years six years and IZst 8lb allowed fib the winner to be sold by auction for son It for 50 SOTI allowed lOlb entrance 2 BOVS about of 10 lour yeirolda live years list six years and aged 12sthorses of live years and upwards that have not won a iteeplo chase allowed 191b the winner to be sold by auction for SD If for 60 sovs allowed Idb entrance 2 about The above races close and name to Mr Shakespeare this Messrs PBATT and Hanover Clerks of the Stratfordon Hou AGRICULTURAL DBENTWOOD June 17 and Total value of Entries close June For prise sheets and entry forma arpy to Jersey 1 year old and not exceeding 2 open to the United First prize presented by the second prize presented by Major RAILWAY AEEAirGEMKliTS ONDON and NOKTH WESTERN A CHESTER Slay and EXPRESS and FAST TEAMS leave IOSDOH Euston for OHBsTEBat noon b05 715 90 1010 1220 245 and CHESTER tor LOSDCMf fc6 235 73 Epccial May and 3rd Chester fQcntral 4 15 5 0 Birmingham 7 10 Loniloil EuiUra 8 15 9 15 FJaloon will be Uiluugu Italns for parties of aeven first class paMenzers and ob application to Mr Superintendent oE the Ballon Ota Q General Euston LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE RAIL OEESTEB On May b the Cap Bay a CHEAP EX CDUSION TBAIK will ba nin to CHESTER and back from Brad and all particulars may be obtained at the Cble Traffle stations SEASON CHESTER and The FBBNCH AND ENSL1BH containing atest mnvemants on forwarded free on receipt of Established Ko BEASOH THE CHESTE2 JAMES WEBSTER OoMMuaioir The FKBITOE AJTD EHBIrlSH talnlni the latMt market movements on the with MODE GBIBT TO THE I CHARD CANNON WOULD RENOWNED OHAHFIOX to Inhla ilia In all oa tba day to aia hiiotlier and OBUONDB OVEB BUBBCRIBEBS WINTEK EUI1LICLY PAPEE3 ALL THE WOULD SEAL GOOD OEAHD SUCCESSES MSB JI7M1IT On all his He la nowlnnoaaflsrioool SPECIAL eaua to Ormonde and Ulsa on CHE9TEB GREAT CHE3KIEE and I Jen these TWO GUAND DOUBLE E or irliiob hll charge li AND or FIVE SHILLINGS All iportimen ara reaueotfully requeatfd to aeud for THIS WEBKS ai he fully eipecti ANOTHER BRILLIANT TEBM8 ONE Addreii BICHABD CANUOH 01 Post MOEE GRIST TO THB TJICHARD CANNONS CHAMPION aVV FINALS CAN BE OUTAUSED DAILY PRICE 2s POLL EARLY al the premises are COMPLETELY BLOCKED It R THOMAS WATTS owner trainer L of again In glorious form with bis Her et having pieJiettd the luccejs of the fojjowln and it Is with everydegree of confidence that be bonestly falthtnlly believes bla Chester Cup selection canno be defeated ME THOU AS W Airs does not charge the exorbitant price but Blmply makes a reasonable charge of 7s 6d for hi Chester Wires doea not send 83 aelectloni and only two winners and those odds For Chester Dally reml 7s 6d to Mr JHOMAS Put Office AtTauiield Stud ALBERT EUWAKD brother to Albert Victor and George by llarayas of ttnceBa of hy utockwell out of The by Celbourne out of lady by Velocipede ont of lady oore by At lOjp Grooma T by Ularet but of Bere by Hetman f her data by Pleni potentiary out of At lOga a Grooms Apply to Stud at the above by Prime dam Roe The Prims Minister was by Melbourne mt of her dam by Camel oht of by Ellington winner of the erby In ont of by Borplice winner of the erby and Bt At SXALLIOSS TheTiSltneT out oE Lady Audley dam of by Macaronij approved mares at late by Paul Jones out of by Ler dam by The Flying Dutchman he la a rich dark without Thoroughbred mares half bred mares Apply to Btud At PEREGRINE winner of the Tiro Thousand and aeoond for the by Pero Gomes out of of Queen Ste by will serve a limited number of marea at 20ga and 1 guinea the Keep for foaling zla per week barren Haflkaton la one mile from V7oodbridge Apply to BS LIST WILL OL03H OR THB 6ra OT AT 4 POE AKD THB 7TH OF MAY POH THE Baumber House Btud E HESTANTB Gate Poat winner of ssveral a dark brown by Sterling out of by King her dam Thorough bred mares half bred mares hall Groomslee 1 Good acoommodation for FoaUnj marei 21at and barren manu 14j AU charges to be paid before removal U Applyto Lt the Minster BUid a half from dliiUlngstone by Blair out of by At Grooms tiw one Apply to or Shaf AtOstwrstown Close LO tiaiaua BUtion on the and halt an hour Uy rail from by out uC Madeline Plum oer dam xawney stater to Union by by by Sheet Bouierara U winner of the Union Jauic Stakes of the Liverpool Spring Cup of 350 tho Kemptuu Park July HoniUcap of BradgatePark Plate of 300 carrying Ust lib was in Lincoln In a large Held ui tho best Ho will be limited to twenty approved pulillo uiaras at If teen guineas and a few of hu HULLY by Orest of by out ofiurze by out ol Lady by tills maro bbing the gratiddaai also of hcorlyall Kollywooda stock ure He Is aire of The and one of the Ernst two year olds last season In horsa will he let to a limited number of mares at lags Three the property of the same will ba taken for the price of two aud dams ot winners oE 300 sova In one stake at lOgi each to either Grooms fee to both 1 guinea each 1 guinea per week barren All fiipenies to be paid before removal of mates it Tbe owner will nut be re aponsible for hut every attention will be paid by experieuced men to mares and at this The owner has ta National Produce Stake for both Apply to tha Stud Klngabury Btud 6 mllfis from Marble A ny J am bus can out of by unr uaun DuluibeUa wiuuer of the by Votcigeur DUG of jfriesteiSj by the the excoptlou ot who servos at 70 iero is Um only CaiutMUoaii hcirie in and as the wmuer of more chaii tweuty races on the cat anil over and under welter he should hardly ail w mamtain the running character of thg Ihoruugii bred marej 10 guineas each a few halt breds at vKKT by Springfield out of Polonaise ttha dam ol Uevil Ui Pay auU lib yearling that sold lor suyn ab by Adventurer out o by iw Sweet Auburn has grown Into a very goodiookliij aud as ho the Adveuturer and being fair wiuuer he is well worth the attention of Tiioroujjh bred msjrua a few half bred mares at Apply to Mr CLAI112MONT second Derby and sire of Bir by buiir Athol out ol by Kingston ouC ot Uy Claremout sUuds 16 hauds llu groub buue aud At dams 01 winners special to Air D AN bay bjr JSluakat out ol lua awvq dbUliuu u powcriul unjuiamrf BJIUW sue aud iuorouguured tmiw or dams of wuuion free WarrautoUtoMXzwtrom auy ueranitiuy uu tionallv and ia exoeliuut ooaditiouior atud by KennUiutoil Almoia Jfark one mile rom Colchester iAlii by Hermit out JCj of The of Wales dam uf Albert V a limited number ot niaru at logs eaua gruuma 1 guinea each Apply Co or Waarr BtuJ Jiarden Deer Uaterham EOKUJti winner of the sire of Ueau and many otner limited 10 uurbyuve nwraa at ot tuo Jiiiadle Jfark M by Dierliug out vi beagult liiuiied vo Liiiriynve mared Jiis tan amcl at Harden in June averted iwuiiior oi Liia JO lura out ut lady beftoii Cuaui ui bunted to thntyiive utiSOiCB K1S13KK the and the aue ui twelve winners last uy out of iWeulucka OJ guineas dauu Ji winiiers ul guineas ni uue time TurcB the property oitho same takea for the pncu ol two ailraeu iirR seventeen nulea oa the Loiiduu and Oxted Liun Victoria and Uaiaring is ou the tftud wuere mates may dtud brooms 1 eaua AppJy Hunie Stud will wrvti maraa itiis fiuauoa ac grooms fea included two marcs charged of JSuaiiug mares aud barreu marea i uer all expensea to tia paid before tlie uianu are r Apply to Lamhton Jfruca At near HACKTHOKfJi will covir a few approved mares at each and the Tliu aoraej iwu year oidi are very Apply ta itf At Uo IB ILAiilOUtJ oi ilia P M uiiuJtec bt by Jjrowa llreau out of Hvueui dumof by Knight Oouutesa Amy Uy htiriianiUiiutUiecdain of ATdiiuulere aud dam at Uutcu ital by Urlanau out of vivauuiere own iliLer tu VolUgeur aud granddam of Lord Uiifdeu auu A limited muulwr 01 mams at and 10s one of the most powerful horses at the good and la lu hia unt sire second for the St brother in blood to by Sterling out oi Biiurioout of sister to Wenlock and half slater to by Lord Ulifden unin of Apolog dam of tb i life and groom 1or particulars apply to the btul 7 by Favonios winner of tbe Derby out ot Lady of Lyons own lister to King of the by Scottish Uhiei out of by Thorough bred mares 10s Grooms feo A few aouroved half bred half Eham JeTn to a beautiful bay 16 Inch with fine bone aud great winner of many races in the best company and over long distances under heavy There are only three horses now at the stud by FaivoniSaie Sir Bevys of the Kham seen and one are out of Scottish Chief Khamaeen is gojdtempered and perfectly At Croia T iltf7tfji wmnur of many by MJ gtrathcobau oat ot Street by her dani by Uxford out of tiwett by at aud 1 guiocij Uw groom and daou oi winners at half from his great Dane and substance short and tluroagh Is ths model of hunter HwHlM aUowedtoservea ilnilted number of halftrod dais paddoclca and with every poaslble care and attention to foaling by the Mr f M At Hewn Barrows Stad AK1USN winner of Saadown by Hermit out of by Pellon It is probable the jucceues achieved by 86 are due to the crosses of Ion which Warden possesses both on tho sires and dams Gentlemen owning stockwell and Melbourne require in a cross of Hewznlnster combined with the staying powers of are invited to patronise His first seasons foals are mast and this season ere are twenty mares certainly in foal by At lOgs a Apply to Mr Thomas hlmple Stud Wbimple and by Hermit out of La Belle by Bt Albans ont ot by her dam EJlen by Bay He is 16 hands 1 Inch with jjreat bone and Will serve 25 ap proved mares at 2ags and 1 guinea tho Apply there At Oobham Btud PELL MELL Sire of and many other by dam by her dam by 8t Martin out o Lady by at 10 sovs a Foaling 25s per week barren SOa per Apply to Stad u THE FLOYD JAB CARRIAGE COMPAQ incorporated under the Compdniea 1863 to Whereby the liability of each ia limited Hinrne out of Kigolboohe dam of Oremornej by PBBlSSilEHT WOQ tho Bsndown Otaud Prize Hurdle Babe by also the Helper Hurdle Race at and was second In a Urge field for the Southdown Club Welter PfiBFEBMENT IB a brown Blonds over 16 easures Slnolies round the cannon and a very good He will stand at The Terms Thoroughbred Halfbred 2jRs Grooms 10 for tenant farmera residing witbin tba Jlmlta of the Ather oue for approved The lower fee of fas to be paid before tbe mare IB Htxxl accommodation for mores and Apply to John At Whlliey Stud by Adventurer by Newzninster out of La Apply to Stud At tbe Bonny Stud by Scottish Chief out of Thrift damof by granddam by ttcya great granddad Quaau Mary Blink iioniiyi at 15gB a Grooms fee 1 Apply to Mr Milea H William Btui aj At Tatbwell near by Wenlock outof by bar dam by Volttgeur out of by flirdrttcbar out of Pocauuutu of Btook King by A ftfiy approved thorough ored besidea those o faia at lagi eacu Quicklime aa a three year won province himself thit colt of his winning the Epsom Grand Uie Friiice of WalesB Btakea at rail retuiid to Buotover in the Two Thousand Guineas Stakes aud Epsom bait others wlio a few alter won the Grand Pme ol GENERAL by Lowlaiider out of Annora dam of KaaUirn Eaittrn and Empress by her dam by AnnBndale out of by FoltaJre uut of by At 5js efoih half bred mares General Boberta had an accident as a and consequently uevar wai His stock are very Keep of fouling mares 1 borrtm mares 163 per Grooms 1 guinea each Apply to Mr Bolterill as At Beenham OOBERT THE OEVfiRBERATION will cover a few approved mares of Sweetmeat Approved marea I Grooms 1 Apply tJ Park Btui by St Albans out of Silverhair dam of by her dam Englands At 15 guineas a by Sea Saw out of by EL JIa la a auditgood Ab a Strathconan put of by her dam Stater to Ac 10 guineas haltbred mares He von tho New Stakes and Boyal Hum Gup at besides other Grooma fee to each 1 Barren mares and foaling mares 21s per William Stud HJnnlDgton Stud winner of the New at two years beatliu and givin the latter by Gomez out of Prosperity a limited number of nurea at eauli three mares tho pro perty oC the same uwuer price ui Winners or dama of wiiiuera WISDOM a limited number 01 foaung marea at 20gs Grouma 1 guinea to each Apply to Arthur At Moulton one mile from by Brown Bread out of byAdventurer out of Caller Ou winner ot Hunt Ascot Stewards and many other a limited numbor of mares amil guinea Heather HE RAKE aire of Pepper and JL and other by Wild DttynU out or Englands by A limited number of marea at 15 VSLEN ARTHUR sire of Going Away and xJT Siaman by Adventurer out of Mold of tho by At 15 guineas a This horse was seeyndto Silvio in the LOALQQU1DAK aire of The St and Lj other by Athol out Phantom by The Flying Dutchman out of by by by Uy winner of eighteen raceu on the tlaU At 1 Apply t3 Heather mHUKINGIAN by Thormanby JL out of that celebrated brood Eastern PrinocM Frinoe by Burpllca winner of tbe 1hurindan Prince waa eire of Ihuriugian King and Bird of the two firat colts got by him that were trained he ia sound in wind and every Bird of Freedom won the Olty and Suburban aud the Grand Prize at of BOLD by Wild Dayrell winner of the out ol by the JSmperor by He is sun of Antler and Each at 16gs a 1 guinea to the Application to Mr High Eiclimond At Heath by Hermit out of Stray Shot dam f and out of by To cover at Heath adjoining the July New at 10 guineas a and 1 guinea the Apply to Mr Manor HACKHEY SIRES American Trotting the property of James T f by by Alexanders by BysJyka dam by comprljinc the best trotting blood In He has trotted a mile in 2min 40sec nut of training he is a fine bav with black 15 hands 2 Inohea with high foreleg Wilt atand for the aeajon at Bruntwood one mile from Obeanle and N W and Cheshire Lines railway Fee and OS the Winner of tint prize at Apply for cards and further particulars to Esq EataU ESTABLISHED BI R K B EC K BAN THEEE per OEHT IITrEHEUI allowed on IMTEBE3T on CDEEEin ACOOrjOTS calculated on the minimum monthly when no for Its free ot tha Custody of and other Securities anil Valu ablesthe collection of Hills of ani naunanaand the purchase and sale of and Letters of Credit and Circular Ifotes The BIKKBEOK with full pos on BECK BuiLunra TJW TO PURCHASE A PLOT OF LAND FOB FIVE SHILLINGS PEE with imme either for Building or Gardening purppsas T7Z OEM Ot the BlEKBEOK FBEXaOLO LASD and AU Parts of th and 3nl by Un or route at lowest can be had of COOK an corner LeadaaSall cmd SraowhiiKa f Una Wat N SHARES OF Of which the First lasne will ha I n Shares f Shares of which will be saued to the rendors as described The balance of Shares are now offered for subscription layable 2s 6d on Application 7s 6d on allotment and the balance on July Corruthera Managing Director of the North London Tramway Percy Director of ths Elham Talley Railway Elm Park South Kensing Major National Sprvioes Help Lei Mr Henry and Bold etreat and Captain Asbburnham Wtgmorestreat who will only join tbe Board after Tjondon and Counfry and f BROKKBS Mcsirs Galloway and 80LLCITOB3I Messrs Forst and Lincolns AuDrrom Messrs and Old BECHETABY pro Mr James Tills company s fbrmrd for tlie ourpoae of the Interests of Burn and Co carriaze of Kings and Wlijmores G and of the Floyd Oib Company Burn and C Limited were recently ettKbllshed for tlie manufacture and sale of Floyds Patent ILinsom nnd other and of Floyds Cab Umbrella Holders and other improve ments in cabs and The Floyd Cab Company was started for the purpose of running the Floyd cabs in tbe United and buld an exclusive license from Burn and Co Limited fur that pur It having fmnd that tha business of the two com panies can be much more economically and advantageously worked if combined the present company has been the title of the Floyd Cab aud Carriage Compmy Tha present company proposes to develop on an extensive scale the businesses now carried on both by Burn and Co Limited and the Floyd Cab in to use or let the Floyd cabs aud other The following foreign from the sale of or granting licenses under which large profits may be besides the English Included in the sale to the com pany LIST OP FOREIGN AND COLONIAL Fransa Spain Belgium Italy Brazil India New Zealand Cape of Good Hope Victoria New South Wales This Company will take over tbe business of Burtr and Co Limited and the Floyd Cab Company as going u from March but not any of the book debts of either This com any will not aiaume any of tha liabilities oE cither except those of Burn and Co under current orders if any for construction of The amount to be paid for trade marks and contracts of Burn and Co is fixed al fully pnld up shares in tlls company nnd In cash and of the Floyd Cab Company at In The stockintrade of Burn and Co consists ol valuable carriage building material and plant and 70 Floyd four oF which are now on exhibition in two It New one In tiro on tbe anc one In leaving GO ready for immediate and which may be Inspected at Burn and Gos places of The stockintrade of ths Floyd Cab Company consists of 21 Floyd which are let out for anc may be inspected at the Eoyal Somerset Highstreet The company will also acquire the following leasehold or other premises of both Bwlnton t Kings The Boyal Somerset B Btables In Bernard LUtla There are now upwards of cabs on the streets a London amd the suburbs while tbe total number running In provincial towns certainly exceeds this number The Floyd from their intrinsic will most un doubtedly very quickly supersede the old description of han soms and fourwheel The company In the first to commence operations in and to a considerable extent cany on the hackney carriage business and at an early date to make arrangements for either working the leadin provincial or grantinft licenses for the use of tb patents in such towns on payment of a or of a roun mm It Is also proposed to adopt a system of private yards where cabs and carriages of a superior with drivers in may be hired for the or The coat of each tab Is about and thatof each horso to The average earnings of each based on th Mtlmate of other similar may fairly be take 1 a The actual cost per week of each hone for k ncladlng litter and veterinary amnnnta Subjoined is tin estimate of the receipts and expenditure in connection with the running of 200 mual Bacfilpta and Expenditure In connection with the running of 800 For hire of 200 Oahs at lEs per day Id 0 D of 420 horses at 13s per week 0 0 lOa per horse per annum OO 812 0 0 20 cab har ness cleaners and lampmen 0 0 depreciation and 10s per hone per 0 0 repairs and Hire per par horse per anmnn Stable 15s per cab per Ldmlnlatratloo WILSON L Lessee and an OrleiDat TDNEI OBlTKBr ana WOBOS at Scenery b7 BUHord and Walter Uualo by Ur Coihunea by Hdme Augusta nd Archioloey of the Tragedy by Qod Produced under the aotodlmjlin of Mr Wilson MAssrs WUion De tot Misses and Alias BoioOce opeu dally UU No Doors pen at eommaDce at 8 carriages at Bosinesj Mr John 0 0 0 0 0 0 90S 13 4 550 0 0 0 0 250 0 0 MK suffiotent to pay a dividend of upwards of per cent on capital now being called In addition to the company may reasonably look for ward to conslderablo profit accruing from the sale of cabs and atlier from from tba grantingof and from the sale of the foreign and colonial In an IclpaUon or these the present capital of only is and ft may be that a further Issuo will not bo The company have also entered Into an agreement with Captain dated the ZSth day oE and made tetween him of the one nnd the comrany of the other under whtuh they have tbe option of purchasing the irnintad to Captain Floyd for an invention known aa Floyds Patent Horsa which they autictpate prove a valuable acquisition to the The company propose to employ men belonging to National Services Help lamp or In any capacity for which they may be The directors call attention to the following special features n connection wtfli the company The profitable nature of the of the receipts belnjr the company will lun little or no risks from bad The large profits that are likely to accrue to the com pany by the sale of or granting Hocuses under fti patents in the various parts of Great the and foreign The cnmpanv will manufacture its own cabs and other and repair them at cost thereby possessing a great advantage over the ordinary cab The comoany will likewise obtain the manufacturing profits on at vehicles aolJ and repaired by embodying tbe above arrangements for purchase rrom tbe two older have been entered Into between Jurn and of the first Capt Floyd of tbe second nnd the company of the third and the loyd Cab Company of the one and the company of other respectively each dated the 28th day of There are no other contracts or agreements affecting tbe except the leases and agreements far leases of the and tbe ordinary contract relating to the business of the older which will be taken over by tha com Applicants for shares shall be deemeJ to have notice f such and notwltbstand ne the provisions of the 83th Section of tha Companies to waive the specification in this prospectus of the dates thereof and the names of parties Applications for shares should be made on the accompiny ng nnd sent with the deposit direct to the companys In any case where no allotment Is mode the deposit will be returned to the npplkant In and when tlie number of shares allotted is less than the number applied the surplus will be credited In reduction of the further amounts payable on the shares Application will be nude to the London Stcei for anolnelal quotation of tbe aianw oftha Copies of tha Memorandum and Articles of Association of the coranuny nnd of the aboromentioned agree and can ba inspected at the offices of the solicitors of the Prospectuses and forma of application can be obtained at the offices of ths or from tho or ntir one weald suppose all lung power were ex ban any Mr Wilson Barretts latest excursion into the domain of poetio tragedy Is otts of the reateat stage sucoestea of modern The audience tiontcd so the and third acts that an antl timax seemed Inevitable but there was power in and at the end ot the fourth act It put foith in measure rarely witnessed even In a popular Was It the the or the the reader will which lused this abnormal outburst of enthusiasm All three laments in doubtless bub the literary work of Messrs Sydney Grundy and Wlis x Barrett must be regarded j for tbe beat performance of a bad piece will iiot eep au audience at fever heat for five REFEREE TVJETROPOLITAN POLICE OPENING OF THE COLONIAL AND INDIAN BUth By HEB MAJESTY THE On Miy The following carriage regulations are to be enforced by tha Cnrrhgea with company are to set down In tbe ExhEbltion with horses heads toMards Carrlagei setting down company at the East and West entrances to the Albert are to draw off towards Carriages with company setting down in tbe Exhlbltlon are to draw off to the where they will Carriages with companv setting down at Albert Hall and Queens Gate entrances are to be parked at Queens Servants are to wait directed by the GBNBRAL Vehicular traffic Is to be stopped at the following places at the time and may be stopped or diverted at any other point where it may be considered At 11 to be diverted Into Harrowroad till after the procession has passed Into At Oxford and Cambridgeterrace and Bayewaterroad at imtlJ after the Soya Procession has passed Into At Victoria and Alexandra Gates one row of carriages will be permitted to wait on tbe ride side of the except upon the Serpentine Bri igp and within twenty yards either side A similar regulation is alio to be carried out on that part of the line between Alsxandra and Apaley At Queens on the West and Alexandra Gate on the East at until after Her Majesty has entered the Exhibition when that proceeding east and west will be permitted to run until The truffle at Hyde Park Corner will be stopped as soon os Her Majesty enters Alexandra Gate on the way to Bucking ham Ko vehicles or persona on horseback will be allowed to pro ceed towards Alexandra Gate within tha Park attar 12 The Commissioner of Police of the Metropolitan Police May COX YE BILLIARD TABLE BROMPTON FATBONISED BT THE CHAMPIOH PLAYEBS FOB THE LAST TWEHTYnEI6HT PATENTEES OF THE NEW FRICTIONLESS WHEN yOU VISIT DRURY LANE IF TOO WANT A DROP OF PUBE A FINE GLASS OS ALE OB A WHOLESOME GO TO THE HARP OPPOSITE THS KOYAL Host ALEC CRO3LEY always oa the glad to welcome old English or Colonial Ancient and Honourable Citizens of meet every Thursday at 9 at tho abort IMFOETANT NOTICE KEWSPAJEB AND TO BE LET On Moderate A LAEQB AUD WELLLIGHTED FIEST In the CEKTBE of the Nevapaper and Printing Tor Terms apply to Proprietor ot BHia C PUBLIC PUBLIC QLD WILSON M 1S3 MORNING May TONDON PAVILIOH U Mr The Easter having been received with Bosh marked will be PAUL Messrs Blade BrotteH Can Tom BrotUert and and Obartei ACesdamef YesU HarrlflU Kitty BWBEsV Tank Hoo and Leon Voltl and and Bisters And tha charming Sisters andQIseUaCon from Covent Prices Is to Doors open at eommoone at ctinj Mr Edward B pHJj scenes are a of stage pictures of won derful especially those representing Hellos where tho air ia heavy with Incense and eloquent with lie raualu of soft lutei aud sweetvoiced Nothing has een In this department In ordar to brine this age of and vice near to the Mr Barrett made is inevitable In whkh ha thanked hia hearers la the armeat tojm J for their receptiun of the was doubt eas ilneere in his for never was a dramatic venture under more favourable C LLOYDS WEEKLY says the original classic by Sydney VV Oruudy and Wilson producodhere s a strong play constructed on tha simplest Hi It exhibits be ruin of a noble and the wrecking of tbe loftiest aspira tions by the wiles of a wlckedand pitiless The procasi f destruction and the subsequent results form the subject of he Mr Sydney who3e reputation as a play wright baa been made by his treatment of modern nd Mr Wilson Barrett do not hesitate to call a spade a pade but the realism of is partially redeemed by a ouch of poetry in the Introduction of a guileless If all things had gone weli with the who is both tatriot and would probably tiave been his iarly in the play tlie audience guess that Clito will but ttenlion is commanded for tbe prior to which some torliug dramatic situations ara PEOPLEirmyTi Every evening at 0 O B All the Grand Tbe World April28 ia notJmprobabta Uirt uring the coming weeks a great many hoootmble mem Iwrs may mifirate frcnt St Stephens to tha to too dmfi Lanners ballet oE ID the f which all the otars of Drury Lono seem to have ohUffiozly nt B helping Mr WilHelms has fairly Burpaaaed hlm sell In tha matter of colour and Nothing prettier as been seen for a lone time than the dress of Home Zan the premiere plait coral the group of loryphees caught in anetwaa also alngularly oBtcum to ay nothing of the seabones and gold and silver or tha marine monsters in blue satin andblack cesco la reapoiuibla for the 1 TTNJAUNTED by tha avowed failure J classical posthumous Lucius o ire of ore ofthelata iord Lylt Mr Wilson Barrett last night presented another no Jess lofty and serious in its scope and entitled written conjointly by Mr Sydney Gruiidy and In tlie interests alike of art in its iglier ranges and the public who care fur such If liey he good it Is gratifying to reiord that ha lateit poetical venture given to the achieved rJlllaitt and unqualified won purely upon ts dramatic A tragedy In five acts Is nowadays proverbially synonymous wltu dulness and a wfury waits of and words all tbe more credit is therefore due to a urate of dramatists who have producing a play jjtnlng strictly under this designation legitimately Interest nil enough o enchain tue attention of the audience and hold enturaUed by the development of the story and cliarac CM to the closing scene and tbe last WEEKLY DISPATCH saya Beturn of MISS AGKEd GEEAT with Misses and Lizzie and WI111 Professor the IWIOS The Swimming under Prjfwsor and Miss ow open every day from 7 as a school of neahllling lias been undertaken bvMrbyduey QraKdj nna Mr Wilson ine former one of the most cultured and capable of our living and the ot the most energetic and ambitious of our living tagemanagers with inproduclnga GreeE iragedy dealing with a phase of society nearly threeand centuries which shall at the same time be accept able aj a modern melodrama and It is Impossible for in a ew hastilywritten to do anything like justice to experiment as it was flrat shown to the public last OBSERVER says a uew tragedy by Messrs Sydney Gruudy and Wilson Barrett was last night produced itthe Princess s where It obtained a very attentive and was received with uproarious applause from what teemed tube a large majority of Its At the final fall of the curtain Mr tiarrett and Miss who played the principal went repeatedly called and were more than once accompanied to the footlights by Mr Grundy and Mr Barrett to make the managerial speech which now seems a necessary element of all ambitious first night func In the course of this speech Mr Wilson Barrett ob served that If ever an actormanager had cause to feel grateful o his audience that was himself ana there was manifest justice In the graceful says 1 rilHE atory of Messrs Grundy and Wilson JL it will ba although rife with tha wickedness and weakness of human is not without its for both ara pursued and punished by a tenible Of hc cleverness of the construction of the of Its dramatic and its truth to nature no doubt tan be enter and tbe dialogue Is and rom an artistic point of view neither Ur Grundy nor Uarrett has given us anything The play Is the topmost rung of the dramatic Bem lardt could not have excelled her in her voluptuous seduction of nor have given a more splendid exhibition of tbe courtesans ungovernable fur than her denunciation of Jio man for whom she has been forced to simulate whilst her abject terror in tbe final scene was ataolutely paiii in Its intensity O SUNDAY TIMES says ONE of tbe most enthusiastic receptions I ever saw accorded to a piecs fell hut night to the lot of Messrs Sydney Grundy and Wilson Barretts original The Princesss was crowded from floor to anJ Che progress of the performance was as Atr W ilson Tat rett acknowledged In bis speech at the with a rapt attention as gratifying as the thunders of applause that marked each descant of the It is well con tbe plot Is full of it is full of stirring the period and the scenes ara picturesque in the highest and Mr Grundys frank verse contains language as and replete w ti poetio sentiment as has re cently proceeded from the pen of a dramatic NEWS of the WORLD says more yivid picture of a bygone age than new poetical drama produced here laat night by M r Wilson has been seen on the From Tlie Lord to Clito la like a journey from the Folei to the oo vide a contrast are they but Mr Barrett la a good and pleasant In 01 he now treats ut to not only an effective but to a brilliant realisation ol the wealth and opulence of tbe ancient Greeks and of the architectural grandeur of the once powerful The story of Mr Sydney Gmndyi play Ia human and Intei and ft strikes a depth of feeling that Is sure of commanding our every NEWS of the WOKLD says AS Mr Witeon Barrett haa even a superior declamatory part to His acting risea to greatness at more than one and its sin cerity Is last night enthusiastic plaudits were freely bestowed on and the public favour shown him knew no Mlsi Kastlake artistically brings out tbe varied phases of half half We cannot help admiring her in her most ferocloua in the aofUr phases she is most winning and Tlie play was a thorough and at the close Mr Wilson Barrett amid great enthusiasm thanked the audience for their warm recapticn of tbe new WEEKLY TIM BAJB C AN audience that filled the Princesss to over Sowing in every part received an original by Messrs Sydney Gmudy and Wilson Barrett which was produced at that theatre last night with unbounded The play bad every thine In its story is powerful the dialogue of highclass literary the surroundings are must tb mounting and the representation throughou was admirable and The authors were recalled agait and and the success of the to judge from Jast nights should be even for the C I MUST MORNING May CUJ JtJR WILSON JLTISS WILSON BARRETT AUGUSTUS THIS BTENnrG at HUMAN b and Augustas Angiutua Harry NIoholhuEobart Walter John and WWUaa ierbert Meadamej Isabel BmnwUno Isrle Minnie Olaro QatradfJ Uanda Katie and Un Frank O N D ON P A V 1 L I 0 Mr And again ai 1045 with his brothers In a Wonderful Acrobatic OYAL Doora 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