Echo London Middlesex, September 16, 1889

Echo London Middlesex

September 16, 1889

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Echo (Newspaper) - September 16, 1889, London, Middlesex PARIS EXHIBITION SPECIAL CHEAP EYERY BjOite Secret and GtrosraUlAMger LIVE FOB BE JUST AND PEAB HONOUR ALL No SEPTEMBER ONE NORTHERN C O M P ESTABLISHED LONDOU ABERDEEN INCOME AND FUNDS Fin Pmtniaml Life Premiums Interest Accumulated Barometrical and Thermomewical HIGH WATEB BRIDO 603 and BOYAL Heaesa Aluericui IOD Electric ONDOW I maw by 1 No ID to Oue Miilioclf tf Jamwa f Pare JlWCHOB LINE BOTAIi MAIL A to via CITY OF 8J44 Passage uTeii Soiling 2nd to Ejnmeis Second steeraze inicludinr Mil tickn London w at low and O T E C H N I C BEST tUf fjLEEf SESSION of VISAING CLASSES OOMiiKftCE oa ttw new of Class a Be CUEJllCAlj PHYSICAL LiBO WOBitSHUPi ta tne Tne Polytechnic PM ftlfio acquired tne baiKiing ot tae TKsTL JXUOK iiCHOULoi The number ot eiiroUeO Uarinc last jear ei uole contains full particulars of over 200 fres A JfANCBAd OJUIEKWAL Couuiitrcial Ajjpiy iur Meinbers IICT fnHE EABIiSWOOD ASYLUM FOB I IlIoTd lias accommodation rur TOO The presets income enables Uie Committee to receive not tiore uiuii AiLtiiuontB are earnestly seeking admission by nUBHTlONS AilE BEQUIEED TO UKfcitAY CuiiiiKJix ix arc received uu payments regu by the Uuam of King rpHE EMPIRE DEPOSIT I is to maKe from 10 to or upun ineir simple PromiuJOiT Kitnouc aay retiitratiou or Ifo sureties cr Bondsmen are auJ strictest secrecy will be toanoiujctL TUB iiuan am bb reptcd to unit the conveni ence oi tee Aopjy lur pruspecius tperbonaily preferred to JbUiiSur HONEY LEXT PBIVATEIiY BY CHAJiiJSraCKOiSS Approved trumuwoty aa without bui of twelve moiiEiiiy repayments of t n 8 934 larger amounts in the Eame u at u lew police ia town or or ou mortgage oF and reversions S per tor one ia 14 instance no jjosy Call personally or Special tacUities to au reiuinng banking IteiJoaiis oi ana upwards received on tenns as under or Specialterma foriarger interest paid quar Srospactna TOKKBBCK JBAKK on on XtvO fiiii on Uorrenc wnen not drawn below The wiUi 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GRAND VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT at 4 and 730 including and Palmers Silver Banjo Band Frank The Tune THIS at 3 and 930 CHARLES BEKTBAKS WONDERFUL SEANCE QPANISH O OPEN Admission to tha Exhibition Season Tickets VINCENT Managing DWABD CATESBY a1 SALE OP oABi pruvioui u extcuivi T AUSTBr by Larger aizea acproporuonate A large scocic of Hays and iiinolenm always on Carpets anti uud free of in or Green oonajiuns D UESTLKilAJlS iJASl Uoodj deiivered to any pari of Lnft ATESBYS SEAMLESS Bordered ana 0 i IB 018 0 I liO 115 0 by JfSbylZO 2 0 J 1 5 I 2 A single carpet aent carriage to any Btatioa in Uia Kmjtdoin on receipt of fo uua at CASH PKICES on Host aavantageonattirau in worth 4U 10 0 balance J iliH n I 200 700 Xirr AMOUNTbAK SB Onr System is ecziccly So resiscered docn nu interest or no to aze ble to aave cnstomera 35 per worcn of Scocc to select from on onr own 47 WITTAM POENISHIHO rTTTH HI Hf hU i i i IMPA s nimiiin only on umir unproved Write u once lor Prospectus and To avoid kindly note M At booE tor HacJtner at DOOJC Witn or Wiuiooc ani Strictly lucy SDOW TOWEB fAJsY ljunited supply gooas on hire direct train tne or turee witnoot IorcnaseM nare tne cnoice of 1U Wholesale itoosea to select Call cr for A house or Tiua f nrniahed tnroctf nontlor payable per Ureat Xowera TVTOETHS IKOlf BTTUiBrNaS AJTD JLjL lliasions btuuiw coinuiy down at mafcinff room for larger fair All Soiled some JL Ingenioua Practical riting for cverjone Ulty letters ft ml Post free 15 Little GLOTHESLEHT for FUIT cJjnasJtoi fur tittm eminent Wtatena 13 and Onaruvcrou and Kinf ions ooor irom Jiarjiec ana l and mil ViassarjarA ijsias ot Krary AITD SEWJff ULACKFOKD has a scocs of saPEHIOH GuUUS Ladies and Ueut5 14 Coarcland Vinegaryard iside ot Diary Lane Xneatrej CLOTHES BLACKFOBD nu for or HUiii tne Finesc SobUriiKS tor aent to any part of Fertecw nt and Coven arden aoorfrpoi U ana Ouarinffcrodc and land ana yara LBIOC ot lrary Luu A SHTOU aad PABSONS PHOSFEBINE A SHTOW and PABSONS PHOSPEBIlfE Trade Eegistered Trade ASH TOM and PABSOIfS PHOSFBBINE ana an unfailing retncdyin all pains and disoruers conie quent upon a reanccd condition of the nervons JIT and DEBILITY its beneficial action is because it gives uniform tone and strength to the whole it is excellent in LOSS of APPETITE and WEAK It is a powerful removes NEBVOtTS HEADACHE and SliEEP and is inraluable to City and all whose brains ftre SINGLE DOSE affords relief in A N and other TVTEBVOUSahd MD8CULAB It is an admirable remedy for M NUBSINCr audfor Total inreatal over Uenenu BTESISCi PASEa FOB AND The district coreceJ oy Kcto coaiprises tonnmsbf and j and naa noc prevwaiiy oeea by cnua xorms A foua alcaia fabusmnr omce Above London TJUS JJAMPSHIBE ETKKY PKlCi County uinuiui ifiiper lor Hampthire l7idepeideiu iiaa VcryextensiTe iwider tnan tnat or any otUer paper puouaned in tha tus lie 01 and and ia reconiaea as Uoonty cat it torios cho beii meoiaui u cuu part ot pe country lor erery class ot rzuitoi md paijnsned Dy Abora Jjonaoauince Cr MCDONALDS ANDSEWN LADIBi ULOVJS illijSa SHOOX1NU Also LACE WALKING Buufi at Booca sell eisewnere ac tue Pnce STttfiEX i LIVEB LTVBB containing dandeiioii vitnout sre far aoove all others as the and means of removing obstructions and irrcguiariuas of v so eaiormf perisct Puls are soid PENNYEOYAIi A1TD PILLb JMit loukiy COEMOT reuere the diacrtMSinf aympcoina ae witn che Boies Sentnpon receipt of 15 or 34 titampc nr jQjjjjjjgj Qmg Co SBOXof CLARKES B 41 PILLS m to core ueraaseoieau of tlu fNear Tottenhamooartroad and Gowerstreet BUUmi SHILLIN6 CAB FARES from and Waterloo and PiccaJ ILLU8TBATED the best furnishing guide containing coloured and other witli foil par iculars and pnces of every article required in complete umu Post free on tOCKYEBS SULPHUB KATR RESTORED produces a perfectly natural graioai change is and for removing eantifying and cleansing the causing it to grow wnsrever u unrivalledLargt Sold everyrvuere T TNLIKE most Tonic it does not IJ and can do no harm on the con may be taken all times witn DIRECTIONS FOB TAJQHQ A SHTON PARSONS drops in a tableepoonf ul of miter at rising and bedtimo VV to eight drops in s tablespoonful of water at and LOSS of to eight drops in a tablespaonfnl oE water three times a an hoar before RATN SLEEPLESS to drops in a tablespoon fulof water at and an hour or two before TVTERVOTJS drops in a tablespoonf ol of water three times a day afterwards a dose night and mominf as a JLV drops in a wineglasBful of followed in haifanhour by another dose of ten drops a dose five drops every or four as to prevent a recur rence of the five drops night and mom ing for two or three LUMBAOOt Five to eight drops in a table epoonfulof water at and bedtime B Under Fourteen half the above quontitiei under A 17 19 HOSFEBINE IS PEEPARKD OSLY iT SHTON and PABSONS PABBHTODON and WOBMWOOD Sold by Chemists and Storekeepers all over tbe per Post free ta any part of and tha Channel Isknds for and on receipt Stamps or Postal ASHTON and PABSONS ASHTON and PABSONS Trade Tnde and BEAT CLEABANCE Illustrated Particulars Post QBTZUAHN and SPECIAL BABOAIJfS ia afl DEPARTMENT Bltutrated Particulars STTBFZiTJS and SOILEDSTOCK tt GBBAT SALB COMMENCES AITD DEAPBBT And IN of FU fitMlTU SEBTICEBof SOILED All at eleaaaa M GREAT CLEARANCE ILLUSTEATED PARTICOLABS Hand OETZMANN and OETZMANN A B I IT E T M A X E B ASD HOUSE FUB HAMPSflADROAD NBAS TOTTBNHAMOOIJETBOADAND GOWBB STBKKT SHILLING CAB FAUES from and Waterloo Regent aad THE IBISH TVTOW OPENED THE OP EXCLUSIVELY s THB FINEST IBISH AND MOONET COMPANY LOTIOIT J SKIN I I BLEMI8SBi I Bottles Sold CUBES A PAIR BEAUilPTJXi SULPHOLINi sOAF five the natural tint anl peicalike bloom a pertcct By tfaahinr ntb Snlphoiina Soap tue SKin becomes and Bold 4OCKYEBS SUTiBHUB THE SUKEST THE THE TUB JL AND rEON lABIIJTY TDEPPEBS OVEKCOJIESWEAKISL 1TEBCOMES DlifHESSI BBS CUBES PEP TEES QTJIHTNE ATTD XBOIT WHEN THE NEaVES ABE WHEN THE SP1BIT3 ABB THE IilMBS WiiKN OXHKli KliilEDlJia TJEPPEBS QtrarUfE AND IBON GREAT BODILY GBBAT NKBVB GREAT JLBNTAL INSIST ON HAVING PEPPBSS DISTILLERIES COMPA1TY OIX PBIZE MEDALS for IBISH Hist Prize Phila 5fej Gold First Prize PULL FLAVOB and GOOD Philadelpnia Centennial Si TIONABLY as PINE a SPECIMEN as one could wish to Cork Exhibi THIS FHTE OLD IBISH WHISKY may be bad of tbe principal Wine and Spirit and is supplied to wholesale merchants in casks and cases by DISTILLERIES COMPANY Morrisons DO NOT LET YOTTB CHILD DIE Fennings Childrens For Children Cutting their Teeth and Fenaiiigs Childrens Powders prevent Do cot contain Sold in and with Bead Fennings Every Meiers Ask your chemist for a Free THEATRICAL The Hajmarket and Shafteabnrj an doing enormous If the stream of goldthej have turned away from their doori been diverted into the Dock Companies there would hare bean no end to the strike this aide of The Area or will probably be produced at the Comedy on Saturday certainly within ten There is more confirmation to hand of ike rumour that the poor old Olympic will be con verted by Wilmot into a theatrical under a new for that pilgrim Wilson Miss Fortucne is due at the Grand on the 30th Miss Louie Fuller we are taken the She is an American and will pro duce Caprice on the 19lh iee netreuses should ba tbe clasi desijnation oi the American Brown Potters collapse has followed Hiss when in caught tha contagion of Honour to the divine She has paic all her late husbands Dainala himself paid the great debt a week or BO Mr JVed as substitute for Denison in Aunt at the and Terry for Lewis Waller in In at tha are both great Pinero is to supply new plays at the and th They hare settled on a donna for The Castle of at Opera at last Miss Who will play at the Princesss Langtry and ptrforco decline Miss Florence vice Miss Olja with the Does this mean a lawsuit two law suits or none Miss Brandon goes to the Wednesday next first matinee of The JUddle Marah was produced at the Princi of Walesa at a matinee this art shortly to SM it at the Grand as The Conviett News for fat biologist The heredity of dra matic talent will shortly be demonstrated by Miss Terras Hares and little Daisy JCeniiol only awaits her retain from the States to give a promise Will Irriofrs dramatically ofted Bardestined definitely ON THE WATCH BYJOHIf THE GREAT THE DOCKERS The dockers have There u more than the usual amount of hairsplitting and and an almost grotesque anxiety to appear dignified in coming out the dockers have It will take a long time to make up for lost work and lost and to find the path of least but the ahqrt ont to the path of peace IB the admission that the dockers nave all been in the The hare three things to the 5hey hare proved their strength tiernave found in the desert the road to the Promised Labour Union and they nave taught employers of labour a muchneeded The dock and all who backed them np or de pended upon have been enormous They will not lightly face such a straggle So far THE SEAMT Although tbe leaders of the strike have in any setae of the created the it undoubted fact that one of these has been the ruling spirit of the and that he has won enormous and deserved It is all Very well to Bay that political and social theories have nothing to do with Burns action in this par ticular bat political and social theories cannot now be kept John Barns is not the man to go away without his and hie pay is not but the pushing on of his social It would be intensely interesting just now if Burns would put down in black and white the ideas he uttered in public six months ago concerning railwaysand private property and banking and shareholding and It would be the most entertaining and en lightening thing that could be produced in England It is a great oppor Will he take advantage of it P We hope he as just now all England would read anything he and it is extremely desirable that all England should be put on its guard against com mercial and social doctrines for crudity and wild probably sur pass anything that French revolutions ever Another The strike has been made possible because of the money help obtained from many and notably from But for all Tilletts selfdenying zeal and all Burns superb resolution would have been in Is it likely that such enormous Bums as have come in will be found again It is very donbtfuL For a long time public sympathy has been aroused on of the and specially on behalf of tbe Dock men and the long pentup sympathy found expression in the pouring in ot money when the day of judgment But such tides of sympathy are essentially They exhaust them selves they do not repeat If the dockers fight they must sit down and count the A great Union or an amalgamation of Unions might tide them out the public is not to be de pended upon and Australia will get tired of paying Labour to keep away from its fat One thing In the honr of victory a new peril will The troubles of the dockers have been caused by There have been too many round those As we said at the the Docks are the last refuge of disappointed Bnt what will happen when the tanner is and the sweater is abolished t and when all the other good things arrive Will not theiabonrers in the country who only get or an hear of it And will not the tendency in London be to slide down to the Dockgates a little and even a little willingly A powerful Union of dock labourers might regulate that but we doubt BTJBNS AHD Apart from all opinions concerning burning is there any fair minded man who fails to see the immense difference between England and Ireland just now William O Brien is in at the very he is charged with urging tenants to by nonpayment of a landlord or a syndicate believed by to be oppressive and No body accuses him of violence or of inciting to His at the very is tbe offence of interfering with free movements of a landlord in re gard to his financial arrangements with other what has John Burns been doing He has openly and defiantly organised a strike which has interfered with half tbe great industries and interests of He has deli berately prevented capitalists and traders doing what they have a perfect legal right to He has publicly arranged to have places of business that employers of labour may He has called land conducted gigantic meetings for the express purpose of black legs and overawing In he has done everything that William OBrien has and a great deal more and not a meeting has been prohibited by the Government not a head has been broken by the And yet we are told that Ireland is governed as England is Oonybeare is endur ing loathsome punishment for feeding hungry or let us for acting the part of one of the proverbial fools who rush in where angels fear to but hundreds in London are doing what is morally the same after what is the real difference between encouraging a man to resist being cheated and and encouraging a man to resist being cheated and starved There may be some legal difference which experts could probably bnt it would puzzle a Solomon to point out the difference between OBrien and NEW TOEPEDO A large party of gentlemen left the Temple Pier on Saturday afternoon for the purpose of inspect ing and witnessing trials of specimens of the lirst and second class torpedo boats which are being constructed by Yarrow and for service in the British They went down the river in two of the secondclass ten of which are being the Admiralty order including six of the During the run the majority of the party went and were thus enabled to observe the excellence and ingenuity of the arrange ments for officers and men within such a small it ia all the latest im they are 130 feet in length by 13 feet 6 inches and are constructed of galvanised steel and propelled by triple expansion engines in dicating about horse The recorded speed during a continuous run of three with of twenty tons on has it b varied between 22 and 23 or about 25 miles per THX BLOOD is TKX Worldfamed Blood Mixture is warranted cleanse Wood from all from whit ever cause For Skin and Bloed and Sorei of all kUdiiU ecil are It if the only real specific for Soot and Bheomatie f er it the cause from the blood aid Thousands of In ait of all Ask for Clarkes Blood and Some years yon allowed me to picture as beat Icould the once dismal swamp of Batterseafields that nomans land of tbe wild orgies of the the tornado of blas phemy and obscenity that swept and surged around the Old Red noxious and impure as the foul stream that lapped the slimy 1 then told how some with one Farrer at their conceived the idea of converting this noisome waste into a park and Fiveandthirty years have sped since first of the great Thames barges discharged its indiscriminate cargo by tbe and the foundations of this most charming and popular of onrPeoples Parks were more fashion able Hyde Kensington Green and St Jamesrs cannot boast of fine There are only about half a dvzen old and owing to the exigencies of the are besmirched with soot and Bnt of trees large and leafy enough to cast a grateful shade there is an Sycamores and planes especially have made ample and these are still in their summer showing little or no sign of approaching Bnt the chestnuts are gradually denuding them selves of their great brown and tbe white thorns have put on a among which glitter the crimson Looking round one can scarcely believe that so much could have been done in the and so great a boon upon the crowded All day long hundreds of happy children arc romping on the and hundreds of quiet elderly people resting on the com fortable seats beneath a Yallombrosa of twinkling Tbe special feature of interest here ia TEE 80BTBOPICAL initiated by whose I be is now Superintendent of the Vic toria Gibsons successful ex periment of introducing plants of stately such as tree in conjunction with flowers and leafage of brilliant has given an immense impetus to artistic gardening throughout the and eatly the charm and beauty of the parks and pleasuregrounds in London more Batterseapark can still boast of ite SubTropical and even the middle of there is a wealth of graceful glowing and closelyshaven emerald soothing and delightful to shaky If one ventures a moment to be critical as to the arrangement of certain it is with no desire to carp at the excellent management and good taste apparent on all All that is wanting is a little less method in the It were for to group together more naturally the fine tropical ferns now placed at almost equal dis tances One can admire the individual beauty and characteristics more readily perhaps as they bnt the picturesque and natural arrangement car ried out so successfully all is cer tainly more suitable to the fern tribe whose and graceful forms add such a charm and interest to the waste places of the What struck me as remarkable is theperfeet condition of the large foliaged the hardy and more especially THE with their grand leaves of varied tones of green streaked and veined with and carrying spikes of bloom of the most vivid It is by the one sees the used as a window and yet it seems to be admirably suited for the and may be readily raised from seed in the spring by June it will give fine The canna or Indian shot at Battersea thrive and produce a remarkably fine effect when planted close together in BY THE the water of by the is not so pellucid as there are various aquatic and bog which give interest and naturalness to the Some three or four years since I noticed the white calla planted Travellers tell us what a grand feature it is in conjunction with the oleander along the banks of the On inquiry I found that the calla did not thrive on account of the impurity of the This is probably this to the numerous large waterfowl and the minute which give the water an unhealthylooking green Here and there are some delightful picture On one green slope is a with several stems curved and twisted in various the finely divided foliage droops in graceful and casts deep shadows on the Besting in various indicative of contentment and is a flock of Spanish their handsome blue and browngrey plumage contrasting plea santly with the verdant Among hiding alily in the is a alarmed at our near flutters noisily across the leaving in its wake a train of silver wavelets While speaking of the one cannot help but notice the broad sheet of the peerless white water The of protecting it from the waterfowl by a straight fine of wire netting detracts from its interest and There is no reason why such a line should not be in irregular and more in harmony with the situation and here are tolerably good for the A cup of tea and a bun for One cannot help reverting to Eew when speak ing of The tariff is higher at the and one has to go nearly a mile to get to it This circumstance is the more to be regretted from the fact that visitors must leave any little parcel they may have in charge of the expects a fee for his Now this is really too To get refreshments of any kind in the Gardens one must make for that terrible or take a some thing in ones pocket and devour it fur tively in the Bab walking in the fresh air provokes an and not even the glories of Kewcanbeenjoyed on an empty Seated on one of the benches A BBITISH WOBKMAN is enjoying the whole troops of happy the quiet the gliding the and the flock of playful ducks beating the water into foam with their white The man was a of a wholesome respectably and contem Very I said glancing round with a kindly blue I reckon it is pretty its it thats just what it Do you know this park pretty well Know it well P I ought Ive bin once a week for sir and Tve never missed and I walk five miles here and five back and itfing a bit o mnnch wi and some cold 1 allis sit Then I amoke a and By the the Parks are now oader the control of the Cottar Let us hope they will be still more libe rally and more especially those of and Let in urge those who are fond of a and want half a days pleasant to go to Batterseapark before the frost fiend writes Ichabod across the glories of the LUKE MEN AND Charles Member for the Wansbeck Division of in his own a teacher and preacher of considerable force and as a is one of tbe most fluent of Methodist If he had chosen the pulpit as a career he certainly would have made his mark as a popular But fate ordained that this strong minded and able man should go down into the mines when he was only nine years after has turned ont at least as well that he was sent to wield the He is still fairly well on the right side of And when the ludicrous iniquities of the mining royalty system are approached for final Fenwick will be one of their most powerful Fenwick was hard at work at Bebside Colliery when he received the invitation to represent Wansbeck in It was a colliery reproduction of tbe summoning of the old Roman from the plough to the He was chosen for several his manly for his spirit of moderation and for his for his intimate know ledge of the necessities of his for his powers as a His oratorical powers be owed to Methodist His culture he acquired by resolute self by the enjoys a high reputation among the University Extension leaders in of whom of Clare has for a long time been the most the painter of the and other famous lives in Boulevard de one of the most tasteful and charming houses in Gfjromes house in a liberal education domestic architecture and It so to not an unworthy setting for the genius who inhabits it and who is himself a fascinating The great painter is by the mothers side a accounts for much in his appearance and His eyebrows are black the eyes are brown the moustache grey and the hair a long way beyond the grey stage The death of Miss Amy whose funeral took place will be re gretted by many who did not even know her Miss Amy Levy was a writer of great To judge from her past Reuben The Romance of a would have done far better good as that if her life had been Miss Levy was one of the most gifted of the new generation of Englishwomen who take advantage of University She was a student at Newnham after leaving she contributed largely to periodical Miss Amy Levy was only How different her fate to that of anothei gifted woman of the Jewish race who died We mean Anna Maria Gold who died at the ripe age of eighty This lady was acquainted with most of the men of this century in literature and The lives of the Goldsmid and Miss Levy cover a great space in tbe history of their race in this Miss at was a witness to the emanci pation of Christian women as of Miss though she lived a long way into the new was born in an age when people of her nationality were subjected many vexations and absurdly unjust It is curious to think of the high social influence which Jews wielded in this while politically they were Lord Nelson and George were entertained at the house of Miss Goldsmids maternal good friend the as Farmer George used to call To thehononr of the English let it not be forgotten that Miss Goldsmids Sir Isaac Lyon was at the head of the great educational movement which resulted in the establishment of the University of By all one of the most inter esting papers as at the New castle meeting of the British is that of George on Central Asian He says that Russian Protectionist policy is driving British and Indian trade from the central Asiatic Perhaps it Bnt it is not the central and northern regions of Asia from which most is to be hoped in the way of We must look to the South and to Cochin and the vast Empire of China will yet be united with and with by railway through Curzou is making Central Asia his As he is a Member of his knowledge of the by travel as well as by should be a public It is a big and worth And Curzon can work pretty Alphonse the it is returned to his allegiance to the Roman Catholic In his day Alphonse belonged to the extreme left wing of Parisian and his brilliant pen was often put to the use of the As very often happens with your out and out Daudet allowed bis children to be carried to the baptismal and some yean back there was quite a stir in Paris over this fact Daudet is very intimate with and curiously enough the author the Vie de Jesus is not altogether a force making for nega His his latterday teach be it is Believe by all means if you can you will be the better for Possibly Renans graceful homi lies may have acted upon Dandet and sent him back to the the President of the French is an enthusiastic and possesses a collection of old coins of considerable His coins are his and if he can wax enthusiastic upon any one subject it is upon his For a Frenchman the President ia a very grave and sedate a character which his immobile countenance and fixed look He is the most dignified of for the that he is absolutely wanting in the useful quality of andtherefore wraps him self up in a cloak of impenetrable His daily life is one of extreme Whether at the Elysee or he rises early and makes all haste to get through the documentary part of his days work Sis secretaries find him a some what for he insists on being f ally informed concerning every document that comes before NEWSIKAOTTSHELL No leu than persons crossed from to the Continent but Sir Georja one of Charity is just 52 jean Earl of Limericks only son and Yiseonnl today attains bis 26th Lord Morris Fitzgerald gets ynr bj the death of bis Lord The Dean and Chapter of Asaph hare an abatement of 7t par at the ensuing tiUn We have Maybrick ssrial gmisomt tffair now wa hare a Majbrick II bos seen the light at Sir Theodore the friend of the the Princs and the husband of is TSyeare old The Marquis of in Etaenee Constrratire party the ontiidn world little wots his 63rd An American authority gives the length of electric tramways in tha United States at 403 while a considerable mileage in addition if under New South Wales exports to Victoria oranjoi and lemons to the amount of the duty and charges on which at present rate amount to per Artillerymen and Lancers stationed at Luoknow had a quarrel the row dereloped iuto a big In the fight sereral of the soldiers were one so sererely that htkai since Alfred a gentleman of was hurrying to catch a train for He arrired at Lirerpoolstrect but almost immediately dropped down The latest novelty in in Sosuty a motto iron the favourite author engrared in black letters if bracelet ia silrer on jet The twin Countess of wife of British Ambassador in and Lady of Sir Henry Brougham the new Governor of the celebrated their 48th birthday A determined effort is being made in the Fay masterGenerals Department to pat the lire shilling piece into and to restrict issue of the most expensive as Goschen termed The Canard steamer from Naw was in Suddenly a cry of Man overt board was Edward a young had deliberately jumped to his death His body was not Has a murder been committed Two hill men named SeUars and Lawrence wera on tbe Grand Junction near when ducorertd tha dead body of a child about twelri months To its neck a brick was attached The and Dorer at did good business during the but Paris But they hare now conveyed con siderably over more passengers to Franca than in tha corresponding period of the first great Vanraan George of leant forward when near the city to disentangle bin whip from tbe harness of Overbalancing he fell to the When a second van came the driver found that poor McLean been killed in tha Despite the facilities offered at several American many American ladies find their way to Newnhum or Girton either preferring tha English degree or to supplement the course at of tha Am erican Colleges by a year or tn o of study and Central culture at one of these old seaU of A throng of people on the Lees at Folkestone wera horrified to see a only in her night from one of the top windows of Lang home With a dull thud tbe body struck the lower and then bounded violently the The poor whose name was Official horticulturists appear to have taken a hint from the gturdentrs in the gardens at Hampton Court twentytwo in just sant in a titiun to the Commissioner of Works asking for increase of The low rate of wages paid to these per often been com plained Here is one evidence of tbe great inSnr of Americans into only is every secured in the steamers of the Transatlantic Com pony sailing from Havre to New Tork until the of bat during this period at least steamer now undergoing repairs will in all proba bility have to be put into The Tithe question will not ba added to tht Church Congress This is It is felt that further discussion until some legislative step be taken woald be worst than for rougufangued oratory at a Church Congress might only serve to inEamt Welshmen to renew the heated struggles of lost How few members of the Episcopate for their holidays oonld Our habits arc Wo dine at and require no solid meal My party consists of my her female and our young a coloured West Indian Such is tha record by a Welsh innkeeper of the visit and requirements of tho right reverend fragan of a Midland Thus Bismarck to Signer on hearing of the attack on beg dear to accept my hearty congratulations and my wishes for your speedy and for your protection br Divine Providence againstsimilar Thns Signor Crispis reply Thanks I owa my life to and I shall continue to dedi cate it to my to my and tothl peace of A goods train was slowly passing under a bridgi near Tbe driver and steker wen horrified to observe on tha other line of rail a de capitated A most deliberate case of snicidt was then Tho poor coacumn namci evidently first cat his throat with a and then placed his head on the to complete his dread Major Crcighton was paymaster of the 7ti stationed at He has been dimned by courtmartial to a years the forfeiture of his and stoppages out of his pay to make good the sixteen thousand rupees which ha was found guilty of having mil Harriet of Grand it she lives until January be 103 years She was born in in Alexander was a soldier in tha war of and her General was a soldier in the war of the la her 100th year she had a paralytic recovered and now is in a fair state of House decoration is among the many modem occupations for But even in this thi American ladies probably forestalled tasteful decorations of the Vandirbilt house were largely designed by Miss Virginia a lady at culture and good when the wealth of the family took was not ashamed to turn to account her talent for at first association with a IweUknown but recently carrying them oat in her own DK rstalking is to be by ladies they hare long since taken to fishing and shooting in the A special gown has been made for lady There are two skirts of rough both bound with The longer uppee skirt is mode to tuck up fishwife or to let so as to look like an ordinary walking The jacket bodice is bound vrith and hat leather and iven leather bound A larga leather pocket in front of the leather a leatherbound togne of and a loosefronted jackefcomplett a costume designed for use rather than Here is a story of Persia which Berlin Correspondent of the Glasgow Herald The chief of the as they are is a one of the Shahs numerous and not long ago this gentleman being in debt wai sadly importuned by a At last this man complained to the who ordered tha Prinoi to whereupon tbe who professes ta take pattern by British said to the cap tain of his That man who complained me to my father must have a stout I should like to sea his heart bring it me f Son mough the poor wretchs heart was bronght lim a few hours biter bleeding on a GODS God sends His teachers into every To every clinic and erery race of With revelations fitted to their growth And shape of nor gives tha realms of TroBl nto the selfish role of one Therefore each form of worship that hath swayei The Ufa of and given it to grasp Tha muter key of Infolds some germs of goodness and of rightj 31se carer had eager which loathes Che slothful down of pampered Tocnd in it ana ft moments fitful ;