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   Echo (Newspaper) - September 14, 1889, London, Middlesex                                BOUILLON fOR BEEF SOLD EVEBYWHEBE IN and AT AND LITE FOK 1 BE JUST AND EEAB HONOITB ALL SEPTEMBER ONE CHANCERY Tha object ol tbo Chan corylmne Safe Deposit is to provide for tha aw Cj A IJli1 of tha Pnblio an abeo O3LT JDJ lately secure but inexpensive dope mil sritory for title 1 ri rl JfM i r and other Annnal Bent of from 1 to 5 AannalBnk Strong Booms from 8 to 90 demand foe Strong Booms and 8 if OB roqolndl si further oi A luge number of new ones have rocgufly been The of tenters eecnxed ia 16B readied over Prospectus and card of admission post free on application ts tiie 61 and i Barometrical and Thermomatrical NECBDrrj ilHE SEPTEalBEH fftnd 3JW i LJL HIGH WATEB IiOKDOS BaiDOE Morning a 5 I IS 6J3o AN D MAIL lElfS oKliVTCKs as by STBAITS and JAPAN and BKltfiJlSi X UBA NEW I T POttl and The Company W oeEpatch weekly from LUKBOK one oE their urge ior the abuve ami AieiAUuriu every BKTOKK yor 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write for Pro A house or villa furnished throughout for payable per Great LOOSINO OTEB aud cheapest stock rlesv piste luhngiisu gold stand uw high by iS J HA hy S3 by gilt with overmantels of superior in solid or ntted with bevelled from console window artistic wall Catalogues post Cheapest nonso London for saop and showroom WILLIAM SfiUUUd aad Tottenhamcourt THHE AND JL ZAUBUAS celebrated in Bliur Two and Makers to Her Majesty the Hclbom Branches ComaOl Bezentstteet PhBtognpbio Crystal Illastnttd lists by ENOTNGS LUNG THB OOBB ALL GRAND OLD WILLIAM To few men is it given to achieve dis tinction and worldwide renown in their particular walk of life and at the same time to climb even to giddier heights of fume in another where the work to be accomplished and the end to be achieved are rather to be pursued in the hours of leisure and as distinct labours of Such a task been often attempted by many unfor hare not been gifted with courage to persevere to the having have beeu found nover to nave been possessed of the stuff 01 which heroes are and to have wanted that mental capacity and balance so necessary to genius in its highest That they have failed is matter of Life alas too short to attain excellence in every pro in every science aud he who by devoting a whole lifetime to one pur made himself its has accom plished one mans the more it mankind the bviicfic of his It is at this the parting of the ways begins it is here that the mode rate intellect must rest content with its while on this has but secured a resting place the Udder it has yet to That the subject of our present sketch William achieved not only than but acknowledged leaders of is proved by the attain mentof a Jndgeship us a and a worldwide reputation as a In either walk Sir has richly do served a and that a high in our Gallery of Grand Old By him the honour has beeu doubly Seventyeight years ago William Eobert Grove saw the light having been born on llth His John was a Justice of the and aDeputyLieutenant of the County of His early education was en trusted first to the K of and before pro ceeding to to the of under the care of these two made great progress in his early he sent to Brasenose Here he appears co have given indications of the great iutuie which awaited for alter a distinguished career he took his degree intiie year Sir William was called to the Bar in but now a remarkable state of things which for a time pre vented him following his and turned his thoughts aud energies in another in which he was to gain even greater fame tbau awaited him in the legal careur lie had ive his attention to Ills Unable to iLs profession through ill he occupied his time in tue study of and so began that remarkable scientific by contriving and giving to the world a powerful voltaic which is distinguished known by bis His this direction led him to continue his scieutiiic and from thia tiuie forward we behold him presiding at meetings of scientific and on many occasions reading before them papers on his pet For a period seven from 1840 to he was Professor of Experimental Philo sophy at the London about which time he startled the scientific world by the publication of his marvellous work on The Correlation of Physical which caused a great sensation at the as being opposed to some generally received The of a French written shortly after its is both complimentary as to its and prophetic as to its theories being accepted in the then near He These doctrines of which will rob Nature of her greatest were at first but little as they were in opposition to accepted but it is to DO hoped that they will soon have many It is needless to add that such a book has long been a standard work and has passed through many and been translated into every In the course of his treatment of Sir William Grove explained the mutual con vertibility of the natural and demonstrated how they were all modes of He had already foreshadowed his subject in a lecture on The Progress of Physical Science since the Opening of the London and which was printed in Another on Voltaic and on the Decomposi tion of Water into its Constituent Gases by Heat won for him the medal of the Boyal Society in During these forty years his prolific pen has never been nor has his active mind ceased from its scientific though the ermine of the Judge has been His society today issonght by men of light and lead ing in the paths of who love to hear from his kindly lips of each new con quest whereby Nature becomes more and more the child of His scientific brethren hare delighted to honour for they made him President of the British Association at Nottingham in when the subject of his address was The Continuity of Natural With reference to his legal it may be said that it has not been detracted though to some extent it has been dimmed by the greatness of his scientific for it is as a scientist and not as a Judge that he will bo better known to pos as a his con duct at the Bar and on the Bench has enlisted the admiration of his while his great ability has added new lustre to the traditions of his At the notwithstanding the fact that hia prospects were somewhat marred by his weakly his progress was indeed His practice became very consider able aa a junior in he was made a Soon he became the leader of hia South Wales and Chester the position was disputed by his the present Lord It cannot be said that Sir William was a brilliant or even eloquent but he possessed in a marked degree those wondrous equalities of a and analytical which make the successful advocate and the still more successful He was raised to i the Bench in from which he retired but a few years full of and to the regret of His judg ments are models of precision and sound Few of his decisions were ever for the simple reason that they were the result of a master How it has been possible for such a man to reach the Judicial while burning the mid Bight oil in his scientific is no greater wonder than how he reached the highest scientific eminences while grovel ling and groping in the dry valleys of the No otner explanation caa we give than that we gave in the BOOKS AND Music lovers will be glad to know thai Groves great the Dictionary of Music and has at last been The appendix is most carefully The accounts of British music are bnt they might have been more Among themost interesting articles in the work are a list oi Beethovens printed works and on Heinrich and and plans for taking down extempore instrumental The new details about Liszt are well worth reading and Davenport Adams writes on a theme of perennial De hoc multi omnis nemo satit applies also to the story of Joan of whom Adams more correctly spells Joanne The Maid of Orleans and the Great War of the English in France is the title of hia which Hntchmson and Adams writes with great sympathy and abundant A very Taluable portion of the book is its of which there are about one Hundred and in which are given depositions of witnesses and other details from original The main story is told comprehensively and clearly in less than two hundred and thirty The book contains nine including a portrait of the and weak Charles to whose cause the Maid of Orleans devoted her and from whom she received as her reward base neglect and Sir Walter Scott regarded Horace Wai pole as certainly the best letterwriter in the English And letter we arc is now a lost For these reasons a selection of the famous letters should be welcome to students of English style but to a larger class of readers they should possess another attrac The letters give avivid picture of the Bnglish and manners of the latter half of the eighteenth century the best picture of the kind in the Hitherto the letters have been accessible only in the well known ninevolume edition Cunuing In the present selection are given letters to Thomas Sir Horace and George There are also a good introduction and with por traits arid Yonge is the Unwin the Charles Dilke and Fisher Professor Flowers Address on Wednes day night the British Association at Newcastle is not exactly a yet it deserves a place in a weekly notice of books The records of the Association are not popular the worse for popular For nothing would give them a better notion of the progress of science during the last halfcentury than a collection of or from the inaugural Pro fessor Flowers address differs from most of them in being a criticism of a particular subject rather than a general review of science as a It would be well if Professor Flowers address were reprinted in pamphlet form and distributed to the natural history museums of the class of institutions with which it specially and comprehensively If museums arc to become in struments of popular their arrangement should be verjr different to in most it is We should not be surprised if Flowers address led to prompt and extensive im In the uncritical opinion poetry and prose are People with some critical faculty scarcely require Coleridges assurance that the opposition not between poetry and but between poetry and Even the greatest of ancient critics held thatmetre was not essential to an epic The question will be revived by the appearance of William Morriss The House of the Wolfings and all the Kindrede of the Mark Eeeves and The tale is written in prose and in verse but the prose is poetic full of all the qualities belonging to excepting the metrical form and There is a kind of thing with which the public are familiar which is called prose but which is neither the one nor the Morris is less capable than any living man of writing that sort of mongrel The prose of this old Teutonic story is poetic intlie sense in which the sublimest writings in the Old Testament are It is a story of early contactbetween the Teutonic peoples and the Boman Morris more at home among his Teutons and his classic heroes than among his modern a good many of whem are anything but Why does Longfellow speak of the Greek Anthology as one of the saddest books in the world The question has been asked once or but not We should imagine he called it sad for much the same reason which impels Pal in his Golden to speak of the pathetic array of Saddest or the Anthology is one of the most delightful and beautiful heirlooms which the modern world has inherited from the Surely it is also one of the most entirely very the editor Grahnni Tomson of Selections from the Greek the latest volume of the CanterburyPoets published by Walter One wonders what the degree of popularity is to which this little book It would be a striking testimony to the growth of popular taste if there were a consider able demand for these selected specimens Ciom the stray blossoms of the poetry of the antique in the present volume are The Poor Tabber or the Bed Wad Shane Fadha The Hedge SchooL In the whole of the Camelot series there is no more charming volume than Yeats introduction is a in parao the general reader exactly what he and all that he for pre liminary and explanatory MEN AND Everybody who knows anything will be glad to hear that Professor Tyndall is all the better for hia sojourn np among the Like many other Professor Tyndall has suffered much from Unlike some of he as a fresh air and exercise for more immediately potent Pro fessor Tyndall is a pretty lively climber for a man of his He is in his seventieth His first exploration of the Swiss glaciers was made thirtythree years bnt not for love of it was for love of His object was to determine glacier His friend Hurley accompanied and the re sults of their trip were published on their return his scientific In 185789 he was again at work among the Swiss Professor Tyndall is an Irishman but the word Irishman is cluding people of Bnglish stock as well as of Celtic Though he was born in Professor Tyndall is Saxon by of is to come to literary Professor Dow den and Professor Just fortyfive years ago young coming to the land of the found employ ment in an engineering establishment in After that he taught prac tical science in Queenwood Hamp In 1848 he like a wise to a German University Mar he studied under In 1853 be was made Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Boyal He was made of Edinburgh in when his great friend Carlyle was in stalled as Lord It is an interest ing fact in the history of thought that in when Tyndall got his from the bestowal of the honour was opposed by the Divinity on tho ground that Tyndall had signalised himself by writing against denying the credibility of miracles and the efficacy of It is perhaps as well that a man of Sir William Whites energy and knowledge of things Oriental is at present representing England at Sir William White is one of the ablest men in the Diplomatic Aud he has a more intimate knowledge of South Eastern Europe than most He has been speaking his mind to the Sultan on subject of the Armenian atrocities by all the Sultan has been roused if really by Sir William White began his career in the English Consul Generals Office in Warsaw in In 1864 he was British Consul at In 1875 he went U Servia as Agent and In three years more he was Pleaipotentiar at He knows that bis country baa great fact of which the Bad of the newest of new tyjsea be only dimly He is whioh the new as commonly under is He knows the which hia sham brother does If Ife George Russell baa been cast off bybi the fiadical constituencies shouli make a run upon He would be a welcome acquisition to the House oj NEWS IS A NUTSHELL Melbourne will soon posseii an in M to hara the This Jtutiet oerentyMconi birthday Viscount the Earl of Arrani Ma an of afit Threo men died from thirst and itarration oa Hit Colorado Desert last One of oar gubernatorial and will ke 70 years old Santlty intends to nuke a second tour ia ha will not be bade this Lady Stafford succeeded last wetk in Loyal Churchmen scandalised by the who were recentl appearance of Mr Sydney a licensed reader anc a member of the House of Laymen to boot in a church which had no connection witl the Church of will be comforted to learn that it was all a mistake on hia He assumed that Emmanuel Church was an unlicensed building connected with the and th error was all the more natural because a collection was made for the Chuvch Mis sionary It now appears that the place is connected with what is called the Free Church of a title which was enrolled in Chancery in The Secession arose out ei the prevalence oi Ritualistic practices in prevalence the Established Even the largest collection known to that of Frederick only meagre survivals from The present volume contains about two hun iredand eighty Garnett and Lang the two principal afterwhom come Miss Alma Groldwin Professor Edmund Ernest and The introduc tory note ia very comprehensive and well giving an account of past collections of the and ome biographical details about the poets who are To those who know low to read these translations and who are gifted with tho historic they will convey many impressions and suggestions regarding the influence of Asiatic life of Asia the and higher life of The new volume of the Camelot Series is a collection of Stories from with an Introduction by Sow many Englishmen who read about Ireland every day of their lives know any thing of in whose atones they can find more of Ireland and the Irish than that regulated by a proper mentai in all the Parliamentary debate and plat is own 1 form soeecnea ever apratedP The stories The old wooden waterpipe discovery made in the other and recorded in The has some bearing upon a family history of considerable It is believed that the wooden pipes were laid down by Sir Hugh Mid who started the New Kiver Water Supply for Lendon in the year interesting details about him may be found ia Smiles Lives of the The curious fact is that some of the descendants of Sir Hugh Middletona family are still associated with the works whicb began more than two hundred and seventy years They hold offices at he New Biver Cempanya headquarters n One writer supposes that the wooden pipes unearthed by the Electric Companys vorkmen in the Strand may possibly date Tom Roman This is hardly The statement that they were put down by Sir Hugh Middle ion is more likely to be Not intil about a century ago did the New JLver Company begin to use iron These wooden have been aid down by Sir Hugh are in sections of ten feet The diameter the bore gradually diminishes from burteen inches at one end to seven inches at the Some wooden pipes of exactly the same description were un in the in by the same engineer who is now aying down the electric mains along the In one of the current Monthlies there is an article by George Russell on the New in whiou article George Russell many people knew he is a strong Neo Hadical George Rus sell is a cousin to the Duke of not as a contemporary pats And the Duke is said to be horrified at his nephews infidelity to the old Whig reli The alleged result appears in the following which a wellknown American journalist claims to have made My read yonr article wish great and with much admiration for the ability it Your talent for literatura is and as tho posiessor of such brilliant porters as theje hu a sura and prolitiblo career opened to you I am ajrio with ma that then is loner auj reason irhy I sheaid continue the allowance I hart hitherto been clad to uako and I havo accordingly giron directions to my solicitor that the usual quarterly payments to you sliouU down a sta weighing 16 in tha Loch Chom The nninmi was shot in the Theloitten tribes Garnck of aorr declares that lie psrceirca similarity between the Indian aid Israelite Henry a wellknown describes a kiss as tht automatical jnxtapositioB of two orbicnlaris oris muscles in a state oJ The Gcrnan whosa musical tastes an well has gracefully eommemoraiatt Schumanns strentieth birthday by bsx stowiug on her thi great gold art i A platelayer rt turning from signalling to ChildTf Hill on the Midland had sooner in his unused detonators and deposited Uis lamp in signalbox than ha fell down Owing to tha rapid depletion of Americas forests the United States Department of AtricnU tura is inquiring into tho advisability of subsliV tutiug metal sleepers on railways for wooden By a decree of the Sorereign of tha Congo elephanthunting has been prohibited in the whok of its except by special in tin interest of the proserration of the race ib rights of the The Glasgow police made a raid yesterday betting hooEsin They bad to wait thraa hours till the occupants opened the Tho officers took the names of those found on premises and then allowed them to Connecticut has her share of districts witel curious In going to West Rocky tiUt from East one passes orer Cookull Hia into Peat Gods and Two nnr Francis the eminent Belgian litterateur is going on a tour fronvBrassoui ia Paris in a little drawn by a coople of The Gorernment ia allowing a lancer of tba Kings Guard make the journey with bnt on The Hewisom called at the Parochial Board His applications for ad mission riceired no he saw tin Charles lying dead on the Tki young fellow had been subject to epileptic The Birmingham scarlet feror epidemic is start ling in its There are three times more patiuits in the Infections Diseases Hospital than during any prerioos epidemic in the borough ani a large factory has had to be utilised for the ring tion of the who include sereral Itererent of an expressed intention of her dealt the Empress Frelerick thisyev eansod suuii fross to to be distributed on the annirersary ef the Battle of Sedan to a large number of indigent solniera who were Fnril was one of the raciest mien on theatrical His confreres mourn bis tragu Betuming boma from the he faQ dead before he reached hia and his lifelsei body was discorered by the concierge as he went up to BTrsep the stairs in the Alexander a Glasgow residing ia Fossil whilst in Cooper and swung a rope round his neck in m One end unfortunately caught in a which drires belting The poor scream ing boy was dragged up aad killed Atbtft of about is reported from The money had been sent out to a French gentle and was stolen from the premises of lus firm during a dark and stormy An offer of it reward of has not produce i tha return of tha A wealthy family of New York put their ac quaintances through a curious ordeal to test their They call it the When n calls they place a rockingchair for If ho aits thsre quietly he it a gentleman if Ue is Henry George has no sooner returned home aid been welcomed enthusiastically than be is called upon to decide between opposing factions smonj iiia Thsre are now two singletat eaeh with its newspaper and eadr by men bitterly A nuchine has been patented in the States for rolling rails direot from the moltea Although a process of rolling thin sheet if solder moltea natal by a similar method bas been successfully worked at it does not ajpear that any practical experiments hare aa yet been made with heavier Here U an endence of the increasing popularity of the electric light in The amount paid in royalties to the municipal authorities by the central electric stations was equal to in in in and ia The royalties ore 10 per of the groat Rialto tells this story JTy dear sail an enthusiastic Gladstonian to a Constrratin with whom he was arguing tha qualities oi iis Gladstones utterances arelika line like growled the old about three ouucesef gold o the ton of Old King Geltle of Dahomey ia He t is a year or tiro Ear a loug time this ict was kept nor a the time jet arrived ta nake it Before his successor can be crowned he must distinguish himtelf by eorac signal success iu Prince Kondo is tuj candi ami 13 fired with the auibitiuu to take Porto or to capture the All I he Pastor the German clerical us hail a very unpleasant ribnkn administered to He rcas lecturing at Gicsssn in favour at he Berlin and laineatuig that there not suulcieut clergymen in that city to lead hrisliau unbelievers into tiie right Sud denly peuant au4 startled the lecturer by if there is such a dearth oi why leave Berlin and come to us rervbaly laughed at this of The story of the Oxford man who refused ave a fellovrstmZcrit from drowningbocause tad never been has been bwteu by aa icttial incident iu State of New A urty of men going from Bondout to Steep Bock uoie upon a man housing by a rope from the lirab of it Ha was still for his legs an4 arias vcre hut they refused to cat him is they after that they rid no right to do co without an order from payi If the story ia a true the breach with the Duke ought to do George a world of He ia an excel lent writer and there should he a run upon him by those among the journals which care anything for educated Press writers of Bus sells academic or are somewhat Strong Badical as he he is 20 He never falls into the mistake of imagining that strong expressions mean strong JrlDTCTAL Engand became tho theatre of a war between wo armisi o to ba not upon th pen in opin but ut the stake and on he with tha nobler weapons of passive Each party were ready to give that lood each party were ready to shed the blood f their antageuist and the sword was to single ut its victims in the rival ranks not as iu penes mong those hose crimes dangerous o as in the Hold of when tin most conspicuous courage most challenges the aim f tho It was though under thi orst of peace and if we would understand the rue spirit of the we miut regard nd Protestants as gaUant whose deaths when they are net painful bnt glorious and devotion we are equally able to achiave vea wa cannot equally approve their canseu Courage and selfeacrifica are beautiful alike ia enemy and a Aad while we exult ia iat chivalry with which tha Hmithficld martyn longht Englands freedom with their so w will not refuse our admiration to those other men whosa high in tha sunset of the old liauti transfigured on tha tinged with ths light of iiidying   

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