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   Lloyds Weekly Newspaper (Newspaper) - September 26, 1880, London, Middlesex                                EDITED BY BLAICHAUD REGISTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AS A LONDON ONE POSTFREE SPECIAL SUNDAY CONTAINING ALL YESTERDAYS LLOYDS WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OFFIOE SUNDAY OUK CRIMINALS IN THE Penologists have opened another newspaper discussion on the ways and means of dealing with juvenile The question remains surrounded with difficulties that have baffied the ingenuity of legislators and the kindly labours of The responsibility of the child before the and that of the parent of a juvc nie lawbreaker to have not yet been laid on a broad and incontrovertible prin We have not settled a The whose oldpens Sir William liarcourts bold action against the imprisonment of children has are as far from a comi the combined fleet against Dulcigno is the mon agreement as Society instinctively j British viceadmiral having broken oft negotiations feels that the practice of casting and girls with Riza Tij TJ YESTERDAYS THROUGH EEUTERS THE DIFFICULTY WITH EXPECTED Sir into a common is a barbarous It is an outrage xipon that is only half formed manhood and that is still plastic mate rial in the parental What it the model ling parental hand has made Eoerhave said that children have often fallen from the keeping The Albanian league Las threatened to arrest the foreign consuls resident in Albania as soon as the fleet arrives before Dulcigno and commences hostili FRESH TURKISH as already of careless parents into the hands 01 the execuj issued on the 22nd a fresh note They fall every day from such keeping dealing with the question of the surrender of Dul into the grip of the and the ollicial wiekler This document commences by expressing the of the when the parent ieset of the Ottoman Government that the last can be convicted of having neglected his duty to Collective Note of the Powers avoided all re bvthe Is a duty frence to the assurances which the Imps State of having allowed his offspring al Government m its circular of the 19th to commit offences against the law before the the European Cabinets m regard to the abandonment the naval de SERIOUS COLLISION OFF KILLED ON THE Yesterday morning Payne held an inquest at Guys hospital ou the body of Johann George aged of Chel The courier and tta alarm has prevailed consequent oil i veiled by the SouthEastern Hue from Folkestone on Our SINKING OF A Woolwich correspondent telegraphed last LAST NIGHTS OF WALKSS Edgar Bruce reopened this house last with a programme having for its miuoipal clement the drama which her moorings on the opposite side of the when the screw said to be tiie boat came down and struck her abaft the engineroom and funnel on the port Tlie crew of tbe Woolwich boat eight persons are believed to have been all that were on and these wed saved partly by clinging to the bows and rigging of the partly by being taken off in clinging to and sunk i the North merged in He opened the door and got and I looked I siou arising from the meetiu to see what he was He was standing against the side of the The train stopped about three or four When Hooked out the train had just begun to He tried to get ou the I saw him roll and I thought he was under the wheels of the dark and I called out to She limited to the provision of board and taking hito consideration the painful position of the It is the States first duty to its future Ottoman resolved upon a naval demonstra te see that their childhood is so protected which tends still further to embarrass the regulated as to give them a fair hope of being latter consequently finds itself compelled to su lionest and prosperous To punish the the evacuation of Dulcigno to obtaining child for which are mostly tlie direct the European Cabinets formal assurances that result of parental example or parental neglect i tlcy conditions The is to wrong the child and to give impunity to the aiuionment ot tlie llaval in con real offender nection with any question present or niay either emigrate from or remain in the ceded writing from Swansea on the question the Home i territory the acceptance oftberiafeu fcecretaryhas put up for ventilation this j quo to the exclusion of any further demands in proooses that it should De made legal to compel favour of The Porte cannot submit to the painful sacrifice involved in the evacuation of Dulcigno until it has received formal assurances respecting these condi now sub Another report states thac tiie greatest excitement he saw a man lyinr acroYstheW on both sides of the uvcr by a rumour wich lino between the fourfoot rais He was quite that one of the Jea M buyltos JiTal uvu V UOW11 antl that said that on Tuesday night passengers on including the had i to the hospital quite Nearly all the bones of 11 i anils pi tiotu the Aorth I the skull were and the brain iirotruded The Voolwich gardens and the nsighlourhoodalsoonthe right arm and the left hand had been torn olf south sine of the river thronged to the waters edge seveial ribs were the les to learn tbe details of what had many women who thought they knew on board were seen weeping were allayed in the course of an hourj as after a searching investigation it was found that there had been no loss of From a reliable source it was ascertained that about four oclock in the afternoon a boat race was rowed from the Old North and body being MJ L and completely Death must have been iustan ew some of those The jury returned a verdict of Accidental f heir A small continuing about was fse or an found nn lmdv found on the ROYAL ACADEMY OF at the Itoynl Academy of Hanover delivered his in augural address to tint In tlie course of his to Thernce was accompanied i tlie professor wad there was a coimcou bond by a the chartered for the their devotion parents to pay the fines inflicted by magistrates for their childrens lie savs Parents can generally keep their children straight if it is their real interest to do I speak from experience and if they can do and will not take the it is not unfair that they should suffer Society will endorse the opinion of the Swan If the Powers pass them over in reject continue to exercise pressure or pro ceed with the naval it will be impossible for the Porte to order tbe local authorities at Dulcigno to evacuate the If the Powers and will not take the they should be We are not sure that the payment of fines should be the only As we have the neglectful parent is a per nicious citizen as well as a By his failure in the parental he adds to the crop for the complications which would ensue would The Note concludes with an appeal to the friend ship and sense of justice of the European and the expression of a hope that tbe condition of the Porte will be well Tins note is regarded in diplomatic circles here as into gangs of juvenile with a halfgrown i name Jack Sheppard for their recruit the tint urban In explanation of this change of atti 011 the part of tbe it is asserted his Majesty has received information of an to convict the parent of wilful neglect to his the interest both of society and of the child should command his The State has no more dangerous enemy than a bad we might be laid down as the fundamental principle of juvenile It should be incumbent on the parent to prove that he has in any been neglectful of the child whose would proceed to the Gulf of Volo in by puttiivg pressure upon the to expedite the execution of the decisions of the Berlin Conference in respect to by a the chartered for the pur The race being the steamer commenced her return and was loaded with She arrived safely at the south of Woolwich and discharged her as is the usual crossed tbe river to the north side for the purpose of laying up for the night in readiness for the hrst journey on Sunday It was dusk at the still not too dark to see fairly across the Tbe steumcr had completed her journey across the within abouta when an enormous screw called the fell foul of the steamer and struck her stern with terrible force on the port The collision was steamer clean in an in her course down the With great presence of mind the captain of the screw slackened her but did not reverse her by which she was able to carry the steamer near to This to some extent was a but tlie steamer slowly and in tlie course of a few minutes she split completely in and both portions sank immediately Fortunately there were no passengers on There being a number of small boats near at many of tliem put off towards the sinking their assistance the crew of the steamer was Although hundreds of saw the collision the excitement was so great tiuit accurate details of to That united them m such a manner as to make With some present their a that connection had already bad a louj existence but with othersitwasof recent years Heferriusj tothurespon sibilities 01 tlie and the manner in which thev discharged those he contended that there was a duty far higher for them than technical trainiii and that was the moral influence which was exercised bv them in iniueiurinj the pupils under then and to whom they stood somewhat in ih3 light of a By their example and earnest sincerity in the tasi which thcy fulfilled they showed the students the importance of iisiHUy pevfuvisiiiiK their duty in whatever walk of life they might which made tlnsni respected by others and liy He said that it would degrade the woiulerfiil subject which engrossed the attention of the The screw cut tbe students to regard tlie study of music as a pastime or nn d carried the latter with her Those who entered study should con With great presence suler t lllilfst the solo object of their and the other objects whith eugngeil their attention should all bear upon that one chief To be a musician was in itself a great and glorious however advanced thty rniiiht in the study or oilier subjects and qualities which made them good members of the of UIOSB advantages they had the better musicians they might It had been said of the artist that the heart of man was his study his fiin pire uttered what was beyond the reach of The putter of sueech described the but music went beyond mere and produced the Tliere was nothing tvitiiii in the pursuit undertaken by tbe students of and it deserved to be pursued with tliat feeling of earnestness and gravity which was due to TbeDjofexspr subsequently said that practice wich actiongSfweSiJfcjrtonv of performance to singers who vcre only desirous ofapfigjfrttie in drawing ami it took off mauy restraints im lities until such freedom could be ac to said that inaiiy the Academy to acquire bnt they should recollect thut the object of their being there after a lapse of years of a lady and between whom there formerly existed a tender The lady is now the wife of Sir George and the gentle man asks of her husband the hand in marriage of Kate to whom Sir George stands tbe light of The way in which Lady Carlyon succeeds in conquering her attach and the generosity of feeling of the shrewd Sir who guesses the state of constitute the most interesting portions of the Bernard Beevo was a stately Lady and Bruce played Sir Geoi ge in an easy and decisive style that proved very effec tive in the closing The movement of the piece might be a little but this may coma with succeeding The scene is ex ceedingly rich and In FvrrittHIeAot JMisi Genevieve Wards acting waa as powerful and nicely graduated as and Forbes Robertson re sumed the part of Sir Horace originally played by him at the The piece created its wonted but it jis announced that it will shortly make way for an Kijglish version of the Dutch the adaptation by Dion Boucicanlt oi Tlio t nn flio 1 The Cricket on the among the the Lower House of tlve Hungarian Diet an interpellation has been addressed to the Government by Herr inquiring whether they have any knowledge of an Anti Semitic movement in the if what in the t head appears just above the The movement in the c sibility of an infants sins against the law should S eps they inteml taklug be laid at her fathers feet and it should lie EGYPTIAN with him to excuse or exonerate September Up to the present date Weknow only too well thattheinstaucesaremany of the Floating Debt have been paid where the predicament of the father and mother j settlement is now proceeding less briskly in renders the due performance of the parental part of the holders of tlie especially The man and woman whom imperious tus delaying to present their necessity takes from home all as breadwin COLONEL GOKDON ners the poor widow left to work for her family Colonel Gordon left the under the grinding cares and bonds j day on his way to Europe from He has post of illpaid labour the family laid in the depths poued his intended visit to of where mischiefs of many colours are for ever such heavilyweighted folk can scarcely be blamed when their offspring go The most tenderhearted drudge of a mother cannot char and keep house t is into the very heart of the life of the toiling and into the gloomy townships of the agglo merated that the Home Secretary must if he would probe to the bottom the most interesting and vital question he It is not to be disposed of under the guidance of the Manchester even t We are Sad to see that Sir William Ilarcourt intends to for tify himself for legislation on juvenile offenders next by tlie accumulation of a farreaching He is seeking knowledge beyonc the and semiofficial where opinion is allied with deeprooted and where hobbyriders Industrial municipal daynurseries boarding schools for the children of the wageclasses should come within the range of the Home Secre tarys There are excellent points and provisions in the draft scheme of the Man chester Committee there are some very shrewc suggestions and reflections in report on But in nor in both com in the prodigious volume ol talk and writing which Sir William has already called the root of the evil laid The Home Secretary must patiently search for YESTEEDAY morning an extraordinary case came finder the notice of the medical staff at Thomass It would appear that a miller named Alfred aged 28 residing at John was engaged at his work M Taylors flour and while fastening the chain tackle to the neck of a lack of bis thumb cot and he was nragged up a distance of over when the joint became and he fell with a heavy crash on to the He was at once attended by his and medical assistance was resorted he was removed to bis own serious and he had to be re to the above where he now lies in a dangerous BRITISH The West of Eng C09 gross Captain Wat from Villa Eeal to laden with a Ieak and on the 15th m 48 7 The crew and PS86 W6re takeu oir bythe George 1 Bwmen to and on FriilayOne of the POL AMERICAN ARCTIC SAN whaling bark which has arrived here from the Arctic sea reports tiiat no tidings had been received of the steamer Jeanette or tlie missing and that the relief unable to proceed owing to the severity of the CHILI AND Chilian Minister here has received intelligence via Panama that Chilians occupied north of on the llth and that tbe Chilians would ad vance from that place to attack the Peruvian capital in conjunction with other forces and their NEW Star and Herald pub lishes a report that the Chilians had bombarded Callao on the 31st the had gone home and the Charles with two foremost a call and the engineer and were the only persons on The which was a large of some tons was in bal and had just come from the under the it is of the manager of the Steamboat made an inspection of the last with of the Thames and as far as they were able to form an the Cupid was struck by the bow of tbe screw near to the aft sky or twenty feet from tje The stoker had a very narrow for in hurrying up from the engineroom the engineer kicked the ladder and the stoker had to climb up as best he Shand states that the Conservancy men will raise the steamer by when it is hoped that instead of its being cut in two it will be found to be capable of should be stated that in the absence of upon hearing of the summoned his men to bring ropes to the waters and to render every possible assistance in their was to and that medals were secondary considera principal was repeatedly appluiTded THE UNITED NEW letter from General the Democratic candidate for the Presi is strongly denouncing the Southern war and stating that the Federal Government can never pay the nor grant any pension or reward of any sort for war waged upon its own adds the exi the London dock pects or wants such unnatural General j was carrying from her says in conclusion If FOUR CHILDREN BUKNT TO Three boys and a of ages ranging from one to six the children of a residing in situate in VVaterloo were burnt to death at 10 oclock yesterday their went out for a short leaving them in a room which contained a quantity of These they Bet fire to in her and oa her return she found them all Hancock would veto all legislation for the payment of claims of any for losses or damages by persons who were in whether pardoned or The obligations of tbe Government to its defenders are lasting and sacred but owing to the lapse of union war claims may fairly be considered as if should be subjected to the strictest EARTHQUAKE AT A TOWN LOSS OF 200 NEW The Panama Star and Herald of the IGtli states that an earthquake occurred at Valparaiso on tbe 13th and adds that the town of in the interior of was reported to have been destroyed in whichJJOO persons AFFAIRS IN by an THE RETURN OF THE TROOPS TO The following Las been sent from the India office for publication FROM 25th John reports all quiet at The march of the columns re turning to India is General Bakers bri reached Killa Abdullah General Vlaeeregor marched yesterday for Harnal to settle affairs witli Murri and restore railway com The brigade sent from Candahar to Maiwtind has having buried bodies found fold of 27th ATTEMPT TO DROWN A Yesterday moraine a need named Mary Ann was charged at the Thames police court with attempting to murder her aged eight and also with attempting to destroy her own It appeared that about halfpast eleven oclock on Friday as Policeconstable 333 was on duty ill Old he noticed a woman pass him carrying something in her arms pressed close up to her and heard her mutter to Ill drown it Ill drown Guessing that something was he at once turned on his lamp and followed her as quickly as he She ran very swiftly on until she came to when she threw what she over the At this Policeconstable Herbert 340 who wasou fixed point duty ou the other side of the ran he having been attracted by the turning on of bis comrades Smith caught the something as it left the womans and fovind it to be a of about six or seven months On this the woman uttered a scream and tried to throw herself over the but was prevented from doing so by Policeconstable who had just reached the After agreat deal of resistance she was taken with the baby to Jyiug Davidslane where she was told she was charged with attemptingto murder the childjand also with attempting to murder herself by jumping into the She then told Serjeant whotook the that she had had a quarrel with her bus and was driven to what she had done by his She gave her name as Mary Jane and said that she resided at She was perfectly sober at the who now appeared to be deeply said she never attempted to throw her child into the as she bad left three more Iving in bed when she left answer to Smith said the infant had left the prisoners arms when ha caught If it had fallen into the London dock waters there would not have been any possible means of getting it out at that particular She seemed determined to carry out her intention of committing Chancesaid if the constable had not prevented the child going the bridge she would have drowned He rettiinded her for a week to ascertain what waa known her his roll Yesterday afternoon Joseph Freshwater and Charles both of Llept rowed irom North Woolwich to for 2l jloth have been wellknown for i length of time to the aquatic from almost the start went to the front and won after a quarterof a mile had iieeii SIWKEV LMTKD KUWING principal four I oared race of season of this club was rowed yester and the accompanying steamboat was well tilled with a and appreciative Tliere were live fours and the following were the results JD won from crews stroked by A The race was won ANTELOPE ROWING clubs commenced a series of races consisting of fours and every satisfac tion waa and ired Kalphs place at Wamis worth was the centre of attraction to the people below The races were uulinisbed owing to the fact that darkness set ill renlly before its ami the linal heat was Jjentley Mul Ucbb won the first heat from four and Ulock and Wilsher won in the second There were four and in the KoaiU and beat three other stroked by Willsher and KOWIM was the closing day with the Thames but the card was rather a light Amateur Handicap Sculls Prosser Thames Kowing 2j 1 Thames Rowing 2i 2 Thames Rowing SO 17 others were engaged in the Open 1 Sutherlands crew beat Kyros and Heat 2 Freres crew heat NVilliainss Heat 3 Jeguints crew 1 J 3 and Joness Final beat 1 Sutherlands crew 2 Eyres FOOTBALL Ciirlton United This the first of the was played yesterday at and ro after a capitallycontested in favour of the Carltou United by one one and two touches down to one goal from a disputed one try and one Oarrard played well for the Carltou as did ALEXANDRA PARK liantiyrs 7stlOIb 4 Sst 9lb 5 9st Sib 4 TstUlb Sst Sib 7st lllb Jenny Jones Gst Gib Juvenile lioree M Queen ilary c Allen earliest of the pieces in after acquiring popu larity as a comic Mrj Toole showed an ambi tion to appear in a line of character not usually embraced in tlierepeiiuire of a rirst low He unquestionably made ai hit as the selfsacrificing Caleb and some of the prin cipal features of other parts he has played in later dramas seem to have been suggested by Dickeuss patLetic Toolles voice has scarcely the requisite ring of melancholy to give the fullest ex pression to the lesignfttion of the poor old to cheer the heart oTljis blind asserts that their home is well and that he weara a blue coat with brass whilst their surround ings are and his outward garment has been made from cioth wrapper still bearing the words witli care but the actor manfully strives to make up for as it by many skilful in dicating care and The piece was vesterday revived at a inoriiins and Toole showed no falling off from jirevious his efforts atfording much satisfaction to a crowded MissListomvasretinedandsympathetie as the blind Billiugton was a bluff and hearty John and Slielton cleverly iiourtrayed the illhumour aind malicious alee of Old The Tilly SloWboy of Miss Eliza John stone was also a good character and Miss Lilian Cavalier was a brisjhtiaud The drama was tastefully and the revival waa well received j Last night the representation of the farcical with which James and Thome reopened their was also the occa sion of tbe production of si new oneact drama by entitled Auld Ac The plot consists in a man and wife making themselves utterly luiserable through only for the wife to discover how false are her iust in time tjo prevent her husband leaving There is a subjplot of a life assurance policy having lapsed through but which can be renewed on a satisfactory certificate from a This the latter will not grant on hearing of the intended departure of the husband for foreign Graham gave a spirited rendering of and Miss Kate Eishop was admirable as a jealous The friendlv and outspoken doctor was capitally played by Miss Abiugton made a good impression as the daughter The littlepiece was warmly and at the conclusion all the actors were called before the The author was then and he bowed bis acknowledgments from a private A large audience attended the promenade concert given last under the direction of in the central The as at tha previous entertainments of the kind this sisted of the band of the Saturday winter concerts and the military tbe combined force rendering in an excellent manner the overtures to Le Cheval de and some excerpts from tbe the Seine de Saba and other wellknown The vocalists were Beinard and Renzj who will be remembered as having made a most favourable dibut at one of Hsnry Leslies concerts during the sang tbe trying gome per me sereno Son namljiila and Oluce di quest Anima with an executive facility and refinement of expres sion that augurs a successful future on the operatic stage should her aspirations turn in that Recalled after the first Reu2 simply bowed her but after ths second the audience would take no and she was compelled to repeat the Bernard Lane was also warmly applauded after his tasteful singing of COLLISION IN THE On Friday the collier from Hartlepool for put in at Southampton with bows very much stove She reports that at eight oclock on Thursday night she ran into a large threemasted supposed to be bound UD name and sunk It is feared all hands were The collision occurred during a fog at 12 miles of The Magdeburgs boats remained on the spot several but heard no cries and saw nothing of tha other ship after the blow had been Down to yesterday no definite information had been received at Lloyds with regard to the steamer which it is feaied went The captain of tha arrived at Gravesend yesterdaymorn from reportsthatonThursday he came into collision with a steamer between Port land and the The steamer with which he collided had its boats stove in and tbe boat davits carried A portion of her stem was found after the collision on the deck of the PROPHECIES EOR NEWMARKET GRKAT Fire or Life Henry George or Phenix Gazette Uouranee or Count Lagranses bestira Elf King or Fire Field Strath blune or Elf King or Times Hackthorpe Henry or OcfoiiER Sportsman Lord Ltff Gazette Favo or The Deacon or Favo Field Ragman or Sporting Life Knight of burghley or Marc Sunday Times BETTING IN to 2 agst Isonomy to 1 ngst Robert the Devil 1UO to 7 ast Abbot to 1 agst Petroiiel to 1 agst Fashion to 1 agst Jessie to 1 asst Caroline to 1 agst Evasion to 1 ajtst to 1 agst Castillon to 1 acst VOLUNTEER The annual regimental prize meeting of the 2nd Tower Hamlets Rifles took place yesterday at the Woodford some 100 members assembling under the command of tue Adjutantcaptain to compete for the a valuable presented by Mr An drew bemsamoug the S Fiusbur v detachment were the victors in the Cup the eight men of the team recording 232 points against 22 recording 232 points against 227 and by the headquarter and Mileeiid detachments respec 1 he top scores in the winning team were made by Colourserjeant Cockle and Corporal Williams Tho scores m the other competitions were also not been officially DEFEAT OF THE THE AUSTRALIANS in the Australians this match commenced on their second innings the Australians only scored owing in a great measure to the excellent bowling of Yesterday play commenced at and after a splendid game the match was won by the Notts team by There was a large attendance   

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