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   Lloyds Weekly Newspaper (Newspaper) - April 13, 1890, London, Middlesex                                LARGKEST CIRCULATION IN THE LONDON APBlIi ONE TEACHERS IN During the past week there has been held in London the Twentyfirst Annual Confer ence of the National Union of a body representing 340 associations and In at its first it represented 20 associations and400 At that time the subscription was only per member now under one head or another it amounts to A Teachers Benevolent Fund and a Teachers Orphanage and Orphan Jund have been to which con tributions amounting to were con tributed at the Mansion House meeting on The President for the year is formerly Headmaster of the Temple Colston School at and now a member of the School Board of that being returned by some or about more than any other The Vicepresident is George also an old together with six or seven of his distinctly represents the interests of the This National Association is there fore an important wielding very con siderable and likely to grow into The present power of the Association has been abundantly shown in the New Teachers Code as it is boastfully issued by the Privy Council and still more in the revised instructions to issued this By cooperating and submitting to the guidance of judicious a cor Eoration is being established which cannot ul to be of great advantage to the best interests of in the pride of they attempt too But there is a tendency to become more and more aggressive as and unless it is checked it may have a very serious influence on the prosperity and usefulness of the Naturally the Conference devoted much time to considering the position of teachers It is not satisfactory to learn that there are certificated masters re ceiving less than a besides the host of pupil It is proposed that this lust class shall be compelled to pass a Queens Scholarship examination as a neces sary condition of having satisfactorily com pleted their and every con venience for their instruction in the art of teaching is to be Much discus sion took place on the important subject oi superannuation for in the interests of the public it is not desirable that teachers should be compelled to remain at work through their declining It is proposed that there should be an annual contribution from all graduated np to 4 per of their and supple mented by a grant from the On re each should receive a pension at the rate of onesixtieth of his salary for each years service up to forty in case of death or retirement before the pension falls the premiums paid up are to be re This does not seem unfair or unreason The inevitable tendency of such con ferences is to inspire a disproportionate and exaggerated view of the work in and the public must watch with jealous care the persistent efforts of a firmly con federated body to attain more authority than is After the success of a teacher depends entirely on his own individual capacity and faithfulness and though the modestly may help to ameliorate his any vainglorious attempt to assume power will be strongly and the condition of teachers will become more trying than at these men and women are engaged in an important and noble Accord ing to statistical children are actually on the and the average daily attendance is All this differing in circum and under the continuous influence of those whom the National the children may expect suits of that Union represents and as progress to manhood we to note the various re Under these cir SPECIAL SUNDAY EDITION CONTAINING ALL YESTERDAYS LLOYDS WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SUNDAY YESTERDAYS THBOUQH BEDTEKS THE review of the troops at Chambery by Queen which was to have taken place has been postponed on account of the unfavourable state of the Prince of Wales left here for Paris at ten minutes to one this PEINCE ALBERT Albert Victor visited the bazaars and made several In the afternoon his Royal highness went over the Ghizeh museum of and expressed much interest in the ARRIVAL OF STANLEY AT Stanley arrived here at halfpast eleven this He was re ceived at the station by John the British and Sir William chairman of the Emm Relief In ac cordance with the wish of the Prince of Stanley proceeded immediately to his Royal high nesss Independence Beige publishes a telegram from Cannes stating that Stanley has on account of his state of an invitation from the King of the Belgians to attend the sittings of the AntiSlavery The telegram adds that Surgeon Parke declares that Emin Pasha has an incurable which muxt result in blindness before the expiration of another DUEL IN duel was fought this morn ing between former deputy for and the editor of the The former gentleman was wounded in the This duel was a sequel to the affair last Thursday be tween Borrifflioni and director of the eame when the latter was BRITISH fresh cases of cholera are announced on board the British steamer which arrived here yesterday from but was placed in quarantine on account of two deaths from cholera having occurred on the vessel during her voyage from the A NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENT EXPELLED FROM were given this morn ing for the expulsion from Italy of the correspondent of the Fiyarein This severe measure was taken in consequence of the corre spondent having scut news to his which was regarded by the authorities aa affecting the credit of CONFESSION OF MURDER IN soap manntacturer named who is in custody on a charge of being concerned in insurance has confessed to the murder by strangulation of a messenger named employed in collecting money for a busi ness house in this who has been missing since January 7th Philipsen declared that he scut the body of bis victim to America in a THE LABOUR REICHENBESQ Cham ber of representing the industrial dis tricts of NorthEastern has inquired of the Minister of Commerce what course the Govern ment will follow in the State factories with regard to the demand for a universal workmans holiday on May The Minister has promised to reply in a few when the Council of Ministers will have come to a decision in the MASSACRE OF PORTUGUESE BY THE has been received of the news which reached Qnilimane last February of the massacre of Lieutenant of the Portuguese Senhor Almeida and 150 native soldiers of their escort by the PUGILISTIC LAW scandal caused by the charge made against Majorgeneral Laurie of having collected J600 as his per mileage travelling expenses from England to attend the sittings of the Dominion while he was actually residing at the time in Nova has been greatly intensified by a vulgar personal encounter which occurred yesterday in the corridor of the House of Commons between General Laurio and his one of the members for The two met in the lobby while the House was and an altercation General Laurie struck Mr and au un seemly pugilistic encounter which was witnessed by a crowd of members flocking from the interior of the Some friends finally inter fered and separated tho TLio matter will be brought before the House as Breach of cumstiinces it is not unsatisfactory to find that the teachers respect themselves and their As the President their object is not merely tc produce an army of good spellers and but superior men and It is hoped COMING DIVORCE that by means of the liberal fixed grant proj yeaterday the official list of divorce oases to bo vided by the New Code financial stability tried during the ensuing which commence will be given to the which will encou1 next was the total amounting to gkater and breadtl list consequently it will not be heard owing to many both in the aims and in the methods of good The Association congratulates I these itself especially on the newlyconferred power to classify scholars according to at tainments and as now the best results may be obtained from each individual It is a reasonable ground of com plaint that in thirtytwc counties the School are so las as to allow children tc who have only passed Standard and there appeals to be nc fixed rule strongly urged on the It is the Fourth standard it is doubtful whether tried this side of the Iciig corn it will be Among tho actions to be determined before the court itself is that of Dunlc Dunlo and Tho petitioner is Viscount son of the Earl of Clancarty and Lady Duulo is better known as Miss Belle one of the musichall It will be remembered that after his startling Sir Charles for tho and the case will be reached in about three weeks In another case a well VL T be the kuown private inquiry agent is a subiects discussed show and in a second an author and actor is lIirrlirTntA A JUI i that the delegates at this Conference are known as the sequel to the An Case stands os par really interested iu their oioellent paper was read on which it was shown is not tsnced to six months imprisonment ighgate Abduction jnaeter of the City of London gave address on civic and moral interesting quite as much to parents cooperation he invokes as to Scholastic training is only a means towards the end of building up strong and worthy successors to the present It is therefore gratifying to find that teachers fully appreciate their and are seeking to fulfil it ia the noblest applications for a now trial was that of Thir of who alleged adultery on the part of his wife with General a retired officer of tho Indian and with his against whom he claimed 20 In tho crosssuit against him hewas and his wife obtained a de cree nisi most interesting probate suit will be that of Edwards Earl de la Warr and It has reference to the late Lord Sack villeB under which four maids of honour were substantially THE NOTTINGHILL LATEST THE SOUTHWAKK Upon inquiry at the Stonescud LAST NIGHTS i a ii our representative was iu Yesterday detectives from and formed b oll dutv thllt no frcsh the local wcro making furtherinquiriesimto j formation had been obtained with regard to tho the mysterious circumstances attending the death dcath of the woman Emil aiius of the young girl Lomsa whose duath is who Wa3 tolma in n dying condition reported in our 4th page in on the morning Osborn the with a of Frid aVi the 28th stated that she had little doubt of her A the report of the daughter having been enticed away from home wonialls in taa been in She had had a lair and always seemed qniries about tlie and forwards cheerful and 1 here was no occasion for j trom wc the her to leave her Ihcy never had any it SLemd that the deceased vas on her to the A t 3 It 11W 1 I daughter was whcu sometimes she made a mistake in havu her for some say tho and she would ask her to be a little more The girl seemed always contented at till a who had spoken to came into the Some weeks ago she had been informed that this man had been seen with at night and then she told her that she would not allow her out unless her sister was with She had been some persons to look after her as it was thought he was a married was a welleducated with three foreign of quiet and luilylike One of her friends in her bosom named said I am as certain as I stand here that Milly was Bhe was a goodhwirted and would give anything she had to anyone who said they were in I saw her just before 12 oclock on tho Thursday and I asked her Excuse me a how she old She and Mr the who was greatly affected the road to to a friend of said he had had no peace since his daughter left I waited for and she canio and home in this mysterious His daughter I we went ovcr nlid had a It then was always cheerful and happy at and getting on towards halfpast and after we she hud learnt the piano she used to spend her faunalittledropof rum each she I must talc day afternoons and evenings in playing and a quartern home in a She was quite In fact they used to be always very j ui ht anotuuirirl told me that she heard happy Unfortunately a number ofbuses y was fi0en by another pirl jroing over pulled up close by his and it was diflicult she stopped when she came to keep some of the men from speaking to the totae ktpt by the She called young people he employed or from speaking to his Some few weeks ago his daughter went out on an errand about nine oclock at and he afterwards had a communication made to him by a tradesman advising him to look after as she had been seen np Quintainsavenue for a cup of as I have seen her do lots of times she put some rum in There were two welldressed young standing at the and they suuie remark about colltc not beijig without something in Milly You ciui have a drop if you and she louciui uavc a unii 11 with oneof the bus drivers Ho and her mother sharcd of tho rmn willj spoke to her about and they told her they would sav she talked to one of tliesc fellows not have On March 23 he went for a drive to and while he was away tho girl left and also left the mysterious letter referred to at auu iuujc thu He vas very oimousduring the They all went Jit toS the three as ho doubted the truth at the after for soniy and then they asked which way was Sha said the Old they tome on we arc having heard that his daughter hud been seen in company with a The next morning he made inquiries of the tradesman as to which busman it and he found he was in the employ of the General pnmibns He had him pointed out to and then before he started on his journey ho asked him to get as he wanted to sneak tc Tho man got down and he then told him ho had heard he had been seen walking out with his and as she was now missing he wanted to know if he could tell what had become of The man said he could and declared in the most positive manner that he had not walked out with her or seen her on that Sunday They ascertained where he and then he went to his lodgings and asked his landlady whether she hod seen his The landlady told him that the girl was not but that on the Sunday evening the 23rd of a young girl called at the house and asked to see Ho was down in tho kitchen and ehc called him He put on his and went np to and they both went away Her daughter attcrwvds saw them together up the He then showed her his daughters and she recognised it and said that that was the likeness of the young girl that came to hv and that Smith went away was very much annoyed when ho found that Smith had told him a He was greatly distressed when he could get no tidings of the and he and his wife hod scarcely slept They did not hear of her from the of thomi but when she got near the arch the SouthEastern railway she met another girl who her for enough money to gut a eup of and Milly gave her Had ililly any money left vi lieu she paid for the ntinr she had some silver in her and for the rum with a She paid then went to a and I think after she came out she was set upon by some roughs they frequently follow us giils down from the coffeestall and make us give them or and I think they robbed her oi what one of the gentle men gave THE PROTECTION OP At Clcrkenwell policeourt on Hubert aged af waa charged on remand with willully neg lecting and abandoning his five children in a manner likely to cause thum unnecessary suffering and injury to The prosecution was con ducted by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to and the evidence showed that on January 13 the prisoners wife leaving liim with five small children under 12 years of The relieving officer on two occasions found there was no lire or and supplied the wants of tho Accordingly a warrant for the prisoners arrest was Fanny a girl of was called as witness against her own The declared that the girl Fanny had misappropriated the money ho had given her for the and BlCMb JLAAUV VUVt t I 1 All 23rd of March till last Tuesday period sold meat to a which he took of 16 when ae was told that the dead body of a young girl had been taken out of the Grand Junction He went at and recognised the body as being that of his and he also identified the which was The detectives had been making a number of and when matters began to assume such a serious aspect Inspector Markhain got the landlady to attend at the where she mode a full which was taken down in and which she THE LEICESTEKSQUABE On inquiry at Chariiigcross hospital last it was ascertained that the girl Henrietta who was shot by Albert de Guidon on was still lying in an unconscious One eye was so much injured that it had to be and fears are entertained that the other eye will also bo there being a ture of the bony wall at the back of the In support of this assertion John an elder son of the was The 19 years of in tho course of his a serious accusation a wit ness named employed by the Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to of having got up the case against his John Philo said that Pamphilou had given him and to come up and swear against his You know what youve got to Horatio Smith committed the prisoner for but consented to accept in print has denied tho accuracy of the report as to the son having re ceived three sums of money from the societys but admits and were He This was given as ho represented that going to the policecourt to give the informa tion on which the summons was granted would cost him a days and would mean u loss of to Tho who has the bullets still in her to tho notes of the caso taken in court not murmurs a few words in German at inter but otherwise is comparatively Many inquiries were mode during the several per sons driving up in but no one was allowed to approach the luquirics prove that De Gaedon came to London from Brussels about four mouths ago by Ho said that his father was a wealthy Shortly after he came ho sent to Brussels for his sweetheart and on her arrival tho young couple lived as man THE ATHKHTON Yesterday afternoon tho William Chad wick and four other who is to be hoiiged at Liverpool next Tues had an interview with his his The which merely confirms the report and justifies the re mark that the sons evidence was a serious accu but goes further and directly accuses the officer Pamphilou of having told the sou what to A representative last evening saw another named a youth of wiiilo at at a butchers shop in and he bore out in all particulars the statement of his elder brother against PERILOUS ASCENT OF A Yesterday afternoon another serious alarm in connection with a parachute descent this time at Professor went up from tho old Upon reaching an altitude of about the parachuto was detached from the side of the At this was eitromely lasted The j mOmeut it was evident that something was condemned man has aged so since his trial that his relatives were scarcely able to recognise Hia who is a respectable and intelligent belonging to solemnly and on his knees wrong with the and amid breath less excitement the parachute dropped away from the balloon by and fell in the back garden of East implored if he was to acknowledge the j aon Great aniiety was now evinced by the mul crime but the condemned man as earnestly pro tested his When his wife also asked him to make a fearless statement of the truth he broke down and wtpt assuring his friends that if guilty ho would have confessed to the THE NliW New as it is or the Mart erected by those who are constructing the houses for the tenants evicted by Smith was formally opened yesterday by William with Davitt and several English Great enthusiasm was ful Houses were decorated ill a taste visitors were Iujd tho English visitors h tbo who keenly watched the balloon until it disappeared in the there was a general exclamation of A telegram was received at Croydon late in the stating that Professor Higgins had de scended with his balloon on Squire Meadows farm at near Testcrday shortly after a stack contain ing 20 loads oi boy caught lire ut belonging to and was nearly all a by bclongiiig to timber shed build tbe Chat caught flro was seriously 11 IJA iI TUTOuen luo overlieuiiug oi a uiiu wus uenousiy presented with which were replied to a small fire occurred at Picton and Lady O Brien and I Great through the airing of some Davitt also and towards the close I tat was soon OBrien opened the Mart amid loud SHOCKING ACCIDENT IN A ghastly accident took place in yesterday The victim was a child between six and seven years named whose parents are vegetable hawkers in the Aa ho was riding on the back spring ui carriage his leg got caught in tho The limb was torn completely out of tho and the poor child fell into the In a few moments be managed to crawl to the side of the where his little who had been a witness of tho carried the dismembered The police came up shortly and the poor boy was taken to the house of Subse quently the boy was removed to the hosDital A VOICE FROM THE LEPER lady has just received a letter from Sister Roso dated Hawaiian March She writes There are already 40 and they needed an English sister very as the natives will not pursue their treat ment if loft to This is a very pretty built on the coral the patients are in little detached wooden WHALEY late Howe writes again to complain of her late husband being called Flash and asks us to give him his right name of Alfred She contradicts the assertion that she knows anything of its being shouted out that the deceased was in any way nected with the murder of Against what maybe consiileredby the advanced schnyl of musicians as in Augustus Harris sets a brilliancy of decoration such as the opera can never have uinoyjd sinec its first production at Covent len theatre under the Pyne and Harrison thirty when tlu of tlifliiLriial spoeuiclc were much leu tlici The Urury Lime manager niakes ballut Ficuno of the cortl studdiil the where Lurliiie uml har Iurir tiiin Rudoiph to such tuntful strains us this eup oisparkling iait nijlit suasr with so much dash by Gcorgina iiiut nh3 for an encore was The fay was originally represented by UTias whilst Hurricnn Lbu representative of Count The elmactor now falls to Uurward ionueri of the Savoy to whom in no respect it present Mus Dijcby licklo and won the accustomed fo thu piquant song in the second Tru Leslie Crotty was thu ilium enthusiastically encored in A Fathers Ayiisley Cook was tho inerceuarv old EIUOJI and Max Eugene the bibulous character Henry Coni originally iuiJc sc GOOUKBUS conducted performance that tviduiitly genuine to those among the liirjcu audieueu who were iui to confess to a predilection iyr Tho house full beards wero exhibited night at all the entrances when lleiuy Irving tho few puiiuribancts ttiat LUI be riven of Tim As thougu retri instead of by appearing as Kobtrt in 17ie Dmnl ilcurt in Irving depicted the determined burthcned with a terrible nuich und us anii naturally exercised his wontid over a deeply that inclucij amongst tUu occupants of a private his Jlits Pauncelort and Johnson weiis seen in their olit parts oE Catherine ajd lha Dead llvart will be jiltiyeii for the last time on May TinHells will bs given 11 There will be seven performance ui all of Ztmis and on iluy the close of tho On May 31 will bo heralded a nva revival of Fervid admirers of juvenile talent willing to bo satisfied with any dramatic medium that their little favourite into prominence niay revrrd Tim und the the new play written for Jliss Vcra Beringer by her as a pro duction realising all legitimate and justifiable re It is to be thatpkiy gocrs who take a more geiianil view of tho will expect tiouietliiug beyond tho series of arranged without much cohesion from Juiirk T wains story having thu same title us the play given for the first time yesterday Doubtless tho plot that tor its basin the exchange of between Prince of Wales aftcrwanb Edward and a begirar boy is clear enough to those who have read the original but it m probable many among the aiuliunce yesterday puzzled by Miss Vera Beringurs transformation from Prince to moro especially it iu two order that tho two boys may come face to assistance of a lad souiiwlmt resembling the little actress has been it would bo to point cut tliut the Princes independently of tho cunvtiir3 surrounding would not be likely to nistle Master AUred FieldFisher for Miss Vera even if the likeness in aud be declared remarkable inasmuch aa the little girl occasionally has difficulty in pronouncing whereas the boy has not but completeness in such particulars is desirable if the siapt pro ceedings arc to present even tho of Nor can we see that the dual part offers many opportunities for tiie fascinatum of manner Miss llcringer showed in Tke heal Liltie Lord The company includes Annie Irish as Tom Cantys Vernon who acts very finely the Henry as tho brave Taylor as tho rnldanly John iuJ as the of the revels in tho prison All yesterday did their but could not conceal tho faultiuess as well as tedi onsness of tho who has been to Alentpne for a fort resumed his part of Nathaniel in Our at tho LABOUR A midnight meeting of the members of tho London and Counties Tram Bus union was held on Friday night in the president of the took the ami was supported by a number of In opening the proceedings the chairman guve a sketch of the aims of the l porting the bill to give tram and bun employed shorter hours were Swansea was yesterday tho scene of a tramway Only three cars wero and tuo strikers went about the town lowed by a force of mounted Two prn mincnt members of the union wero Eoid to huva been dismissed by the tram The work of paying the unionists who are on strike in the boot trade continnedat tho Radical yesterday and the pleasant task was concluded about The applicants received for cajh day they had been on strike since they were viously Altogether a sum of over was thus There will be another demonstra tion today Sunday at STRIKE OF THAMES BARGE The notice which tho Fargo Builders of tho Eiver Thames sent to their employers expirjd a special meeting of the Union and nonUuion men was held last night in Bricklayers Southwark bridge to consider what next step shall be At present tho men are working at on average of 58J hours per at tho average rate of wages of They demand that tho work ing day shall be reduced to uino and that an uniform rate of pay of per hour and overtime shall obtain throughout tho two hours beiiijj allowed or the equivalent in money paid for grinding tools a There are iuw over 400 men enrolled in the who moved the following resolution i That all men resume work en April whero the employers will concede per hoar and 54 hours per and the question of overtime to be settled by a joint committee of omployars ami no overtime to bo worked in the mr The resolution havingbeen many of tho mca and stated that tadr masters wero willing to give way in all with the exception of The Kcmetavy explained that they were not asking for an advance of They were only asking for a reduction of the hours of labour without a reduction oi Ultimately the   

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