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   Echo (Newspaper) - August 31, 1888, London, Middlesex                                FOOD the newest mad bort in the pnnrt nary aonrUhmsnt of AUGUST Oiaam tm AUQPST 1833 sciKpen and LOAS COL MdDKMIHG EVEBY to in KOTAL IKISH Wffl be Pabluhed In BBTTISU monthly ol and upwarda to I can be rent direct to Ztevia throogi Price fat paid for tlu tent tree to all eniided CninzChlctenof this powerfnj uid Stoxy mil appear m onr ColamnB oh lurthcr instalment wiU be pnbluhol untii Kcltothenide y ah Is in the H AMP S TEA DRO AD CHEAB BBDEO Port toe on DEBIGM8 AHD ESTiMATBS ggmiahlnsearrt8dout to any style or A bcm Ktorr the ptusty OL wnlca sorroucas all 1113 cmtured amr Trvitltiaie tbo fiiralonri lote for cbntompt for the false cnstbraa of Hoc aeaitts to in tie and 40 liar extraordinary literary peill thaato tba morals she endeavoars to BnlwaxLytton be jtajd erery line aue ever ond be described one of iier booka s A jkrinmplioZ AU thab ocida pens is dictinKVietied forito its houionr iu TOHOLSTBaBEa SHILLISG CAB FASSS L Pancraa and COUNTYCOUBTPBACTICE Judge of the Birming ham County has just contributed to the Fortnightly an article on Imprisonment forDebt which is of study by all who are interested in tho daily life of Even those who Chal ultimate be deeply interested in he and the lessons he 3jAws from The ordinary procedure of a County Court is certainly calculated to depress and dishearten a highspirited Its is redolent of perjnryvmean and un thrift largepropof tion or the population areLfamiliar wita iK In Birmingbam alone actions were brought lastyedr ttj reoorer debts lea than although it isnotorious itHat ALLOTMENT PROBLEMS SMALL HOLDINGS IK So much interest has been aroused in reply to my previous articles in the columns of the that I now feel it desirable to add a few words to what 1 have already To those critics who dealt my contributions from a prac point of view I would simply thaii ran after Tet Birmingham artizans and and ia marked by a refined and Bubtio anAlrsis of the good and eYil of tie Uniffleroy is sure please the large cromi of adcurera it oggni to increase tiie rinnbcrof pno of tjjo BiAtcly Somexsevthe seat of of comefrrcKadtiurty rare visits to tee liotne raosi prac the KAOHl ONE PAITD SlKAMBilS jiKOUUU BaaVICKH as direct by and trom and firom directby and from steamers for and JAPAK r ami iron LOAUON lad JlAt wJiiirect ty and from lor the above at tfao Leadenhali i il4 liAUiiCi6iyi WSBT Z with special U The story opens at bomss of tiCoate m a bachelor peer wbo ie ewn poyine one of hi4 of Jua Hitiicr cornea Lord who ha beoi addrcaacff n poiiticai cswmlilr tiie heir to tho iiiranlsate of and a uiiows eiifteaOo is wrapped up in Iaejoli4ciolti3 In which he a so well to take a cyeiy rennet a coatiaat tohU coaein wio u if not Their CDdreoatioarafford some ptuusraput ol TUT plqtmnt which Indicate the points of view taken of these afford bome insfcns into the Toe deperttue of Aatuvy frun Lidjjsfood ia immediately followed by an wtfeutcre vhlchit to nUect tho fcrtsmes 01 tbe I lading over a gono wuhed uy the eiiver m fcmc to diUrer a distressed Cropi the threatened rado haudiics ajme roughs withviuue fliesa sort the young TritU cxmtconrageandiire of lits TBQCccbd to at iierii to this young IseyTSladf Ucildcrcy xacete B She has not aud ireare thepronustf of a laretpatrfciaa with joind ana manners to snatch hcriair GuiUleroy 13 by her unsophisticated no ICSB ftpn BOKTJB OKDQTABY sorpuring those hiUieno a Mjnrtly and iLnnaal premium nearly two payable In OP33CIAL Tne abore resalti mm that a With Poiicy opened with the Bna Ufo Onitc can Jjad atconaidetably thyi COST AcsunDces muted on xftYOurfiblo with And witliOTife Obtain and read me Few of the labonrcrs are not badly paid on tho con Birmingham is Worceatersidre naiiersV Eriettonlasa WIlIHGlsB Nosoiwin worfcins a tenth ititmott iroacUrful a orandt daxe she guileless and pure at a yet free Irom Jives alcno viUi aw very buatifoi of the af and a wiao self ifrpm afilaaica to dependence oa his fcoiu a deed of ami irfco liaa for Bomeyeerr jwst nfcnown to viulfcicroyj been liTing on a distant part of Guilderoy accompanies Gladys to her bower of and there rsacws hu acguainteace with John He returns next dcj to ask Jolin Vcrnott for tha hand Of his wno estimates the ffreat world at iw fiffll IOTQS lus ona cwo Jamb with a fine refuses the oCtr of KOYAL BW iUUivia ana via oar 5S Swerage twhich nil LctUon to Caii 12 guinaos Xtw UAZti ted EA8TSB5T and IM 1jWttfiEBVICEof lAST TKAIJJS is Kow Jluunin icd by all l lilP TO Tllfi SEASID ai at oa at on and forbids Unilderoy to the dwolUn with great vixdom ana f ok oe an the total diEpcrity in years end tastes u the rtnon fpr hli ref wMch is to be 02 ts it is Beiorc many weefcs dip byt Gnilderoy con trived to oatgeneral Joan His engagement to Ulcdya ths arrival of u letter from wife of the Dec and a princcsB in her ova the only woman ibilderoy haa erer oad cow elites to recall her recreant The retcrn letter ccnveys to the an intimation of hin ap marriage and of the cbssatioa of their guilty Xo ttua ttc Uoctcan jrenensafea no The muriage takes place in the following spring the reader is taken to wicre the Guilderoya ore siiendiiig their John Vernons prophecies of erUorcfeccnto Zicrc some foundation in GmJtierjy a dia content withhis yooce and beautiful and pculhle er IB suspected fxom the presence of the XJachoss in Bat the dancer geenu to pass away with formal civil calls between the parties and tnc departure of from I Toe sseflo then shifts to where the charm ins giriYTifc of Guilderoy the beauty of and whets the uue character of Lord Aubrey is more bnmgut into jiliy as tho friend and riser to his young cousin aiJlns her in all her PASTRY FREE PEB Tho new tod cnJirirHj edition ctfthb nliuhle little pvn copici for iVHrihU lion ainonf ctutorocrB on to the I find the cause of the indebted1 the percent of thejudgment weekly even in experiences to acorns with a duty aflderoy ich the CATclesa U Tfluch Aubrty and to lira growu Co love confcsHB tnjrazol and too thankful to xeaiffn to iu own witf I ULulft haa Boriar cr her Ixd UMU a duel by who 14 butirtiy of Ltr lormo rcatUn wccjinw her letora to and is the inclramciit ia tbc of Ler secure tlie pretence Of the toiatilul la at i Huw tlu piot develops from tlos highly critical moment in tiic Ixictory of tho EVTO chief the reader will iiiscoTcr for nimfclf f oitow vnth cacruez3 fa the story n iirocteis in oar Budcienfi has been re vealed to aousTy tiie craviuys of cabscilbers to tho fluid in wiiich Ooiaa has ckoctu to display her 1he llnal destinies of charactsra will bo found equally as tije action of tbo fitOrjr beiny iiroogos to on elective acd dramatic j Guiidcroy will arouse intense iDterofit in tho minds of all classes of I WEEKLY TIMES AHD OJTK TJCIIETB are Train ftonj UVBtOTOOIe to Wood General W TW iCOLOSSAIi PICTUBB ot tlMjiuEAr OrismaJ by Pleasant 312 ilojiic No 30 to Westminster Jamess PEOHISE OF are and mo5t of ns are like TOtli most of 114 jxtr exeellerM the season of promise we as a matter cf the bounteous fuiUlmcnt from the golden bonds And yet to refreshed workers recuraiug f ccergy to the desk and the and the workshop and the autumn should be reiileui with more of more of high resoJro for the any other The lengthen ingevenings and the morning mista proclaim tho tdfcnt of the busy winter workinj What are yon going to do to gain rplicf from tbc monotony of yoar uaily toil daring the long days when little can be done oat ot doors Begin this week to suLtzribc to the FENNINGS LUSSGc THB BEST RdMEDT TO CBUS AL2i Sold in at Ik 1Mand to all Seat pOBtfreefornctazaps Direct to AOtred BtadFENiniUSEVEEYBODySDOCTok Sent put LESSONS FEOM the new volnnic commences for twopence a Treck yon will have a philosopher and friend tbacirul yon profitable ami engrossing occnpation for every vill open to yucr eatrance tlae doord ol ertry double yonr put lire oor and money into Jour Twopence ost iKc Published every of all Newsmen axul Office weeUy post iKc News Every every Property and all who value and economy in house shouid e articles oa BACTICAIi Ali THE them by c TEAS r1 rudi Xor ilicd ti ONJS i a LSiiv Olliceain 234 i IIP AND correct i bribe Lio WITH THE BTJIIiDIIfG NEWS Frico Fonrpencc post free The Plan of the Sbrics is to in onlcr a tyye of ercry Mnd of to girc a prscUcal ret otLUUs Ucstca for tho and bitcd oil Itet ii in meaces Spccigcn csiorapriTaic Uicltileclaja Jles aeriesconmeac bs folloved in dnc boiiisc by and EstiznaUa for Jborin a ICuzn and ether Tue Hew commenced Joly If not Kircady a please order bcr of yocr or s icve uiclndin payable at cuief to tbo K T n B I HAMPSHISE rjrjLied TYEDNBSDA JTan Coant7 Paper for Afi tlie jndfpcndfut bas a rerjextensive circn latlou ovidcr tnan that of any ether paper pubii3ned in tna turougbuat ths taio o and and is as tbe Connty Ofli dal it forius tfta beES medium in tais pare ot tho country for every class of puoiiaied by AJ AboTO Loudou Oulco BIGGEST BA3STK OF ENGLAND NO1M5 in jtbe world Trill Bo GIVKJf AivAY every WcdnCEday to Uic lint commonscnK JingJiKhznan vho has the go for Bee TRADK and a newspaper for All iiews agcnU aad XUiiway Bookstalls or postfree H GLOVB SID MESS SHOOT1KQ Also LACE WALKING BOOTS at These Boots sell elseflfacira as Twice the Lciccstersonare STBEBI TTVHE X COMPAhY Limitod bnppljf foods on hire Iruiu the Hanaf OnCj or three years Purchasers have the capica of 106 Honsca to select Call orTOiM for ro jA house or villa fumisacd ihrousaont for payable per Address Great Gildey and Electro v Old and lasted SCKJOB ro Large or email yoOtislregiiL cr reflated eiuol to CLOTHES tENTgbr tbs flues of BLACK CLOTH33S 13 and 4 Kiny Covcatirardsi onl s ds of JJrury j AKDSEWTf BLACKFOHD has a BMOX of SUPKIUOR EltiiSCH ENGLISH GOODS UJadies and and ia seUiug tiio same atHoZi the naual anu nud Corentsarden ono door frocJ Market add I and Cross and Yiaescryard tsijic ot JJnuy m fit lift C DEE SB CLO foi of CLOTHES for The HES or HtES the Finest sent to enypartoC Covens an of Drary JBlood Mis tnro i3 isanaatcd to dcanso the blood from whatever for aad V a effectsarc i Jn 9C Sili for Clarkes Blood sat taio Dresden is en the Kaiser having just passed through on his way to Pill where he visits the King of A Roman Emperor could not have been made more of at so short a Bather with anything bat a pleasant ex he has not the goodnatured look of his nor the noble mien of his His features resemble his Hanoverian far more than his Hohen zollern ikt pa hope he has not inherited theleastdesirablequalities of the two If only the nations would emulate each other in matters appertaining the fare of the people We plot and strive how vre may improve upon our neigh bours mankilliug machines but his civic institutions we pass by And yet how much wo might learn from one another Take the Continental for instance that terror of certain pious Shops shut garden restaurants bands picture galleries and museums and yet no lack of people in the Where is the harm of all this Why should the Salvationists hold a monopoly for Sunday music Why should dinner or supper in a garden be worse than beer or spirits druak in a public in the should we be allowed to look at onr pictures and read our books at and deny to others the right to gaze upon works of art which are national property Of the whole thing is absurd and utterly But touching the subject of learning of onr let me mention the opera They are now doing the Nibelvngcn cyclus in most auperb equal to Bayrenth as regards and for my part I certainly prefer Herr Gndehns and JTrau ilalten to Van Dyke and the Now think one pays for these per formances amphi theatre 9i and standing places behind and This is putting art before the masses in a very practical And why cannot TVC do likewise Why need we in this beneath a little State like whose entire population is far less than that of London alone Simply and solely because we have no real love of and our artistes only ambition is to make another moral ques decent women can go anywhere alone because theotliers are In on the sooner isamusio garden opened than it becomes spectable people are everywhere to the The streets in Dresden are fit for decent people to walk in vice is kept out of the sight of the innocent and the youth of both and must ba sought out in its own ugly Is it not probable that many are kept from falling into her clutches simply from want of bad examples It is odd to hear the Germans talk of Home Eule in say we in Saxony have what you English are squabbling and also manhood suf frage and what haim have we got by either one or the otter of course but will they not lose all their intellect uality now the small States arc so broken and the nation is nothing but aa And the baer quarts perdiem but apparently no harni comes of it 1 Here are some good When yon are going to a railway station you pay yonr cab on no delay on Drinking fountains at all stations little carts or booths all over ths town for the sale of with or without Stationmasters on all the lines wear a highly distinguishable red All railway carriages have nonsmoking and ladies which are pro vided with retiring All about the towns are open spaces with seats reserved exclusively for children and their guardians and on the river are paying and free baths for men and In in many the Germans really do more than we do for tho although they talk less about I do not mean in tho vay of we certainly although often enough it wonld bo better to be m really helping people to be to make their money go as far as J life innocently and decent take the jaltn from almost ness destitution is early jjinety debtors town like Birmingham which awarma with little And ninetyeight of the persons against whom judgment sum monses are issued ore Here is a case in which is so telling that we must cite it at Hot long ago a lad of twenty was sum moned for a debt of I asked him why hoMdnot and he replied the Jiad been It appeared that hehad married at sixteen and had three When I asked him made him marry that he replied Because I was out of He of that the girl was doing and he wanted to share her not thinking the These are tha people whom the moleeyed prophets of Anarchic Socialism seek to array against the existing order of If they could organise a regiment of men like that grim tailor in Alton who steadfastly refused to bring more children into the world which hefound so hard and they might do something but an army of men who marry at sixteen are but a rope of Judge Chalmers declares that at present a man marries on credit and repents on judgment it isonly too The enemy is Not not the not the leviathan All these have sins enough to answer and when it comes to a struggle of tho weak against our sympathies go with the former when all is the woiitfoo of labour is the labouring man who marries at sixteen or Chalmers iaa come to conclu sion that it is desirable to abolish im pnsoameit or that indirect Mlpws upon refusal or with tical observe that I see nothing in their inmost cases they have been so ably I have not dealt in my last work on How to make the most of the neither have they point I have brongbtfoTwardcould not be For tnejaat ten inthedaily and horticultural I have said while the cry of philosophy or more tno equally important cry of thelabourer ia for and although OJatcry has been nnheeiiedjBeyer thelesa the fact remains the given tho facilities to acquire land under an system of the allotment system become from a financial point of view a huge other have to the which1 have repeatedly TOUCHANDGO A SUNDAY We had on August the of being present at one of the most venerabla political assemblies in in the or Sundai aton of Appenzell with which Englishmen have been made familiar through tho lectures of Professor it was indeed a shorn of half its glory as it was an not the Parliament of the Appeu zeller Tho latter is held regularly oh a in the Croyern nieut and new laws of rejected by show Every male from the age of to the age nt a TfAlnw A adman weighing ani m8Mttriiig ntarfr fire fwt has bean eugptrn tho Whalei in the One oiptnrrf two miles f ram It meunrod 35 of sixty is a the citi zen is no longer capable of but in Order to console him for tbe loss of his freed for the remainder of his life from all and is no longer render military 8crYieoin the Every citizen who fails to appear at this yearly Parlia ment of the whole people has to pay a and Buffers a temporary forfeiture of his political From all the most distant unKcted of complidtr in vcrauraUd in day before Paul Fcrriaa nstaonni at CUugoir wai rts terday burned IMiau were Zoebaruh a Santa Croz that He thn ihot He wu Tte Empms loarei Berlin nut weak for a few weeka stay in Slie will ocenpj Aberzeldio si the AdimftWi 8irWiUiaai Harconrfa and tie tbofntare Lady art said to flrrt rate ihorthand Ihelata French the leading writers of bis Jiejanojifoas a if Socretary to toe Satnrfay for New le take the and Large farms most girepkco small forms must be securityof tenure and horeo tho coital of thcnrheads adorned witlrtall chim neypot ihemodern the and old Tint will be on prirato busineu An old womaa named an inmate of Kjla fell into a boiler of hot and wa so severely ical ded that aba Tbo iorentera of VolapSfc are labouring ia the Temperance Tor the work dsonk they must give place to man the epadoj sivords fastened to their The sword under a judguient We hesi tate to accept hia though his arguments are and though he shows that Scotland and France are able to dispense with Scot an order may be made on a mans Vfo hesitate the more because we mark that he hesitates He would draw a distinction between voluntary and involuntary in he would notalter the law where credit had been given under false or where credit was necessarily for when a man does a job of and has to wait for payment until the job is Chalmcrsarguesveryforciblythatthewage earaing class largely spend their wages in paying debts instead of buying and that if they could be brought to cash payments they of get moro goods for their money The prospect of an universal system of cash payment is so attractive that he almost persuades ua to accept his main Tet we find grave difficulties in the and Chalmers himself incidentally alludes to some of Be admits that a vast body of people in the town will not pay their small debts without the coinpuU sion of the the ultimate sanction being the power of He admits further that the Judges who work the County Courta Actupon thescrewprin ciple find that not much moro than one per of the applications to com mit result in actual and that of this one per more than half stay in prison beyond two He that he will not commit ac all unless the plaintiff shows that the defendant has the means of paying in full or by There must be very few left who arc imprisoned for the crime of and Chalmers does not waste any sympathy on his What we fear is that the impossibility of obtaining credit if the law made the recovery more would have a disastrous effect upon a multitude of struggling Acute as he Chalmers ia not suffi ciently acquainted with the difficulties little men continually have to A small even with quick repay ment and high often tides an industrious man over a time of or is his first step towards To him the interest which to aCounty Court Judge seems is not unfrequently a most precious We have seen the working of some of these loan which if properly managed are what they call Friends of It is no uncommon thing for them to bridge the gnlf which separates the journeyman from the are unable to follow Chalmers to his main conclusion but we should be glad if all County Court Judges worked on the screw Those who adopt the punishment theory grant an order of imprisonment at once j those who work on the screw theory direct the Begistrars not to issue warrants for so long as the instal ments are paid into This on Chalmers own works and because it works well we think it should be preserved and Under such conditions as thcao our present unprofitable the bulk of which are a disgrace to us as a would disappear as well as the numerous badly tilled which in most cases arc more productive of thistles and weeds than any thing have shown in work re ferred to above thaVas a speculation to the these small homesteads of from two to five or will yield a return on the investment of 50 per at unlike many of tho foreign speculations which yield security is not but of in creasing SHALL raurr Of aH countries in the says a wellknown those departments along each side of the Loire abound most in variety and abundance of In sum and other early fruits in or walnuts enrich every and why Because the cultivators of these orchards and vineyards are the fpr their landed property occupies every interme diate gradation from 2UO acres to a the smallest estates comprising within even the lastnamed a a cornfield a and an In my pre sent I sball seek to show the same state of things exist at the United Kingdom speedily be transformed into what it is destined to the fruit garden of the Ono or two obstacles and profitable must oe dealt regard to tho proper utilisation of the land with in a broad and liberal spirit before we can expect as a nation to sec tho end of the depression that exists in the agricultural industry but to my inind the most formidable difficulty of all is to bei fpnnd in fact that the labourer no by which he can reap the reward of his instead as in the land being cut up into small but profitable frnit and early produce it is devoted to the unprofitable pro duction of and the usual round of root and Whilst our in most slave other often osed a it is carried the shoulder with the ownwfs Sunday coathung upon the Appen zeller isnqverat ease except in his shirt r Tho regular aa the students of political history will is always held in An extra ordinary like that of Sundaylastrwhicd ia is held in the aa iii the far East of amongst the Slav the union of Church aid things ecclesiastical andthings is so close and in tensetiat it impos sible to make the Apponrtller weaveror herds man comprehend the principlesof the Liberation The great after high mass has been is trans formed a Parliament The Landamrnann and accom pauied by theHeUebavdmenmtEeir strange mediaeval not unlike tfiat of our take their open ing of the extraordinary Sessionof Parlia ment is announced by the drummers and The Landammann wears a long block cloak and a threecornered As the foreign visitors tosthe Appenzell found it impossible to obtain tickets of admission to the we are not able to give an account of political business or the speeches of although this would have been practicable at the ordinary Landesgemeinde in tbo where everything is said and done under open We can hardly imagine that every voter in the little Republic canlave found a standingplace inside the The Canton contains about in It is Of him by bu m Berlin i from Criterion Charles U The Old School Board an at present matarmgaprejectforthe orcctiea of a technical Bdieol at at aa estimated coat of II ii a miitaka to snpposo tha ChinaM are tho opening of the line fromf Tiratam ft travelled it in Prince Chrijtiaa Victor iriU Join tbefKrlt BattaKtn of Dote of at meeting of Volunteer it pawed in Cannook Chaw aaflis new camping Ernest of felldawn while crossing and almost the Governmeat cantemnlato UjqWost to foreign are lit tho sime time iaid to ba trjinz to raiu tS uadQally heavy of dreamed ths other intht tkat be kad ihot a and airoke to find that had hot and was miatu a Itii saidttat dhrUfftha recant of till Prince of Wales to Hembnrg Jte The excitement outside tho church seemed to be All the inns were and were tlieir wine holding high tobacco at from ono weeks end to to secnre a pitiable the Continental the in many growers deluge the markets with choice by according to a Go vernment they are enabled to secure an average per acre of after thf payment of all No one who has studied the question can deny for a exists tho moment that tbc point what disease the Tho Tollcmacho was for maay years cEitsr for It lisa been decided to crsct a lifesize statue of the deceased gentleman at a cost of to bo placed Electrician gives either personally or by ef liveruikidn 1 Nof u Sufferers Udiea write at Electronatbio corner ef fampbht eorin of o twtJjaojLialf best and most effectual remedy that can be To this end I again assert that the land laws are at FIFTY No man can be expected to plant fruit trees unless he has some prospect of re couping himself for his and to do if he cannot become the actual then I say he should be able to obtain an equitable lease of at least fifty My argument is equally favour able to the owner as to the since were land devoted to the culture of choice and hardy fruit its rental value would be considerably and there would always be a ready demand for every acre of Tho mere fact that arable or grass hind is worth from to per whilst orchard land is worth from to will clearlyshowthatthoseownerswho screen behind their legalrights are not only enemies of the but unconsciously it may their For is it not a fact that the small fruit farms I advocate have become so deservedly especially throughout the most prosperous States of America with the Continental like a quack all has not the prosperity of lesfetits cultivatcurs of France become of world wide reputation P and do not millions of her population depend upon the productions of their small fruit and market garden produce farms for a living P Why I has the allotment ques tion been neglected in no other country but onr own To this question there can be but one the present inequi table of tenure is at and until these enactments at prerentthe labourer from reaping the recompense of his labour are or swept we as a ezpect an end to the depression that let well whose in their own native TUB MAEKET few words in connection with this pointare inasmuch as many quite misunderstand the gist of my The market need I define as being simply tbc demand that in no way in connection with a trade depot of any Having no interest in any market what I would simply say that the prices I have quoted not only can be but during the post season have been for choice can bo depended upon from one season to an as 1 can In speaking as a I should never advise any grower to grow for Covent Gardenmarket at on account of tho iniquitous which are positively a tax on and ought to be For eomoyeara past I Lave expressed the some and believe when the allotments are the first point ii to see that an equitable of by which the pro ducer is brought into direct contact with the independent of the if will at is ky Caimans Concentrated MUBTABD Sold all tables m the open the inn plays so eminent a part in the politics of this ancient as Sir Wilfrid Lawson will learn with regret that the two political parties arguing with each other outside the church take their titles from tho two nearest There the who number amongst them a host of venerable men who have past the legal age oE are called the Hecht From time it those Appenzellers who think that it is the highest political wisdom to traditional shout dialect is Nuz Hens Nothing new No novelties have taken their stand upon the side of the square nearest to the Hecht or Pike The noise made by these so renowned all over the world their was Any unaware of the solid and selfrestrained character of the would have judged that it could only end in We were that it was the custom of the Appenzeller when the vote lad once to submit suddenly and with the most pleasant to the ruling of the The minority amongst said our in never complains when it has been On as we after wards there was really no mino The new which was then put to every adult for his was carried en without one single dissen Thosewho made so much noise either had no or else they were Swiss visitors from other The in spite of the threatening brought crowds of persons who were anxious to witness that remarkable spec tacle of primitive an extra ordinary a political in stitution continued in unbroken succession from prehistoric for which the special was summoned at so The question Landesgemeinde unusual a period of the year was a water It appears that the rich manu facturing Canton of which is at once the Manchester and the Notting ham of is in sore want of It purchased from a private owner in Appenzell the a hill with several The Appenzellera were It has always been an un written law amongst it would that water can have no ultimate private Water ia the property of the whole The popular feel ing demanded that this unwritten law awritten andbeinserted amongst their constitutional The Landesgameinde was called together in order that every Appenzeller voter might hold up his hand for or against the passing of this Hot a single iand in the church on Sunday last waa against plauu ef water He swallowed it Tha threa oldest men in te Eawson and Their rwpeo tire agts and Lwrxtry leaves America Snrgpo on Saturday board return on September 29 on board She goes to John a jounj was found dead in a JHir arms wero pioiened behind raaio from a vtmaaa and his neclcwiu the Temperance that alcphil auista the gnirth of ho prepares soil for tho development Of these danjoroas lias sent a delegate to in to study and adept the antipnripor system of mens calonieey proved euci a sacccsj in GermanyvV ItUltatedtUoi tie brewod in tho United Kingdom dnriuj the first six month of the was against in the first hajf of and in The Parnell Defence Pand iastihited at Liver pool greTEj It noir amounts to Tbii iras labicribed in three There are seTcral contributions from of aad The fiftf en French artlwu sent over to report npen British industries were enterUiaed last nighe by the Glasgow They to drink tha They wen they It is stated that an elaborate irork on tbe ing of the new German on which Professor Ton Keeper of the Prussian State has been engaged fer somo years irillnerf soon be resdy fer Dover contemplates the construction of a new promcuade pier in tbe with a pavilion foe musichall It will Tho Terra Council and the consent of tha Board of Trade has been Charles ledger clerk of tha National Provincial Bank at Bishop haa sud denly and it has been discererad that in gold is missing from the It is sup posed that Hughes koews something of Belra Presidential candidate of the Bights party in addressed an audience of people at Grangers Williaaa Sho denounced the Democratic and Republican A collision occurred at bctiresa tho police and thebaiUtCx and some of utae in connection the imyoundinf of somo seizures mada for paymeat of tho Leahy Ivo lads Of the nineteen noncommiuiancd officers of Hetropolitan Yoluntser Corps at ths last ex qnaiined for ths post of strnctor of Lanceiiergeaut of the London was at the head ia1 order ef Tlie Overland Flyer on tba Union Pacific Bail way was wrecked at on Wed by a broken Three one occujiied by the Sugar Claua rolled down the Spreckles escaped but three other pas sengerswcro severely In Pittsburg the line has been sharply drairn oa mday A dealer wto supposed that ka could safely supply liis customers with ico cream qnd aa coming within the category of food j has learned to his that sucli is not the They must bs treated as pure aad sayatho Magistrate who examined the Another leep from It rrns tbe ninth Professor Baldwin bas made at tha Yosttrday was one of the moat successful of the Tho Professor rese to an altitudo of a thousand feet before he jumped from bis By tbe aid of bis parachute he alighted tafcly in the Palace the balloon ing on Woodgreen a few minutes Let us bopo that this solemn before tlia constituted tribunals of mil bring to an once and for this nefarious system by discord aad enmities are kept up betireeW the two islands which Gods providence intended ta ba loving Thus writes tho Eoruaa CatholicBishop ef when enclosing a for the Parnell Indemnity iTrouttoVeTeyacd lodged in I bae taken a special liking to this and ia alt my journeys have kept loyal to This is am extract from Jean Jacques Housscnas famous It relates to ono tho old inns held up PUBLIC TO TKE BDITOB OP THE can confirm most of the statements made in Kerubas letter en Menday and am surprised to find them contradicted by Abnker in yonr Tuesdays Kcrubas allocations are by ne means new tney have appeared in ono form or another in most of the local but were nevercontradicted until they attainca the publicity of a London Keruba is perfectly correct when he That one of the CommisEionera issolicitor to the vendors the Commissioner in question de facto is most Tho plan drawn by the vendors and accepted by the Commis was contained no base It must therefore hare been altered since tho plan was exhibited and I know nothing of tbe pieca of ground thrown is at tbe last moment to for tba error of a thousand Thoss know tha site at mil sea at a rlanca that no snch piece of ground could bo utilised for tbe Tke matter is of mere than local as f rto Libraries kra multiDlfingaroarul faith A 30 at which Js now iha prirsta resi donca oT The latter just had a tablet inserted in tha southern of tha vencraWs Sclilussch containing ths above excerpt from the to which he has adieu BVro lodged Bonsscaa in the year Truth needs no cbampions in the infinite deep Of everlasting bar strength Fram Natures lieart her mighty pulses Through Natures veins her I vratch tbe circle of the eternal And read for ever in the storied pags One lengthened roll of blood and wrong and One onward step of truth from aje to No poircr can die that ever wrought for Thereby a law of Natnro it And lives nnwithercd ic its siaewy youth Wlien he who called it forth is but a All diffieulfcr in nataiaisied and a brilliant may bt by   

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