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   Lloyds Weekly Newspaper (Newspaper) - June 5, 1898, London, Middlesex                                CERCUILATION A LONDON SUNDAY JUNE ONE SPECIAL SUDAY CONTAININO ALL SATURDAYS Lloyds Aleuts Office AMERICAN SHIP SUNK HEE CREW Bl ITIBDAY3 H03IE AND FOKEIGH KEWS SFORT3 1 2 3 4 13 f23 124 lLiost TVar NewsLast Nifftts 1 ibo Kailway Collision Mas Volunteers Todays ireaclurs and aid Provincial Stolen 1urs Kiulwiiy Lovers I Bu Hiue in chMUr Trains iu Collision Two People Killed Picture Shows und Stock Confer A St Seots Poison Mystery or liorsfordAllesei Attempted Murder of a Nottingham The Queen and CourtForeign Epitome The Public Music Music The HomeFood in Season for Home Poultry Bones of the by An drew vVilsonOur Gordon Jokes of the MurJcr of a Family in Tragedy at Ot Phossy Jaw RevelationsStrange Story from cimon by the Chancellor Vicar of linemen Public Amusements Leaders Sundays Neots Koisiiniiiu Mystery The De fcterjiy Sto on Jewels in London Alleged Eoseiver in A IViniO Anny Doctor Disguise tained for ovor 50 Years Corres loodtuoe Holiday ol Damages Aguinsc a Jur Volunteers Town end Cojntry Talk New L I l 5 by Aipkton OF KHAN by Thomas B The Home Markets Railway and Ship and General Adver and Vaujni and Gjnerul Adver bBusinesses for for Sale uud to Notes Cricket and thoir Sports Morlej at FOREIGN THE FEDERATION OF As regards Now Sou h and Tas tbe returns of the popular vote oa tno rcderatioa question are prac ically Iu Victoria votes have fiven m favour of Federation and against in New South Wales for and against and in for and A TROOPS IN hundred and of Ruseian under tne command of Colonel here We th9 c6tt regiment Renter INTERNATIONAL I thV InA the third round KAILWAY COLLISION AT bftwo n 7 day D trains tho Great Central but A sustained by at the main runilto I0rco ot tho 0ittad abn irom in an 1 I u of ck bat alter snt 11 i WHe able to Proceed to w J yesterday jrolongi1d conference PojTi between the Em WorWsm ncy conirnttee and the result to As a rcpretted their iQ advance itunatcJ their 3 ofiored on to an immediate advance sihjve tho wages paid in A conference of miners rrona all the in Ma A telegram from Cape Haytien announced that the American fleet opened fire on Santiago de Cuba at three oclock yesterday morn The fire was maintained for an flierican auxiliary eteamer attenipted passage into the Tho her to cross the MjHTof and then discharged a torpedo which tore a hole m tWcrouers causing her to sink almost in A later despatch says that the engagement lasted two The Amj rican cruiser sank by a torpedo was the Merrimao she was struct when about up Only her funnel and mastheads are above Intense ei citiment pievails in the The Hera dn Cape Haytien correspon dent telegraphs that the Merrimac a big collier was sent mto tianuiago harbour with the express purpose of blocking the bho was manned by none of whom lost their The department has posted up the Jollowing despatch Mole June I succeeded in sinking the Merri mac in the channel at Santiago at lour in the afternoonof Thiswas oa r e I out most gallaiitiy under the com mand of iNaval Constructor with seven By a nag of trace from Ad miral sent in recognition of I am informed that all are prisoners pt two being slightly I request authority to approve an if be tween these and the prisoners at tils vessel the Spanish squadr B are in the harbour of and are unable to avoid being captured or de KINGSTON Saturday Tho Mernmac incident is thus os plamed by tue United States authori ties Admiral Sampson determined to put an effoctive stopper in the mouth of the Santiago and the way to do he was to sink ttie ind let lie there as a for volunteers from out tbe and in spite of the fact that he iold them that the execution of piece f Strategy would mean a ttost certain leath for those who took part in no kss than 000 men at once volunteered to Ke chose Lieutenant and seven and the Merrimao steamed on ber course of honourable suicide at three oclock on Friday It was soon discovered that the Spaniards were fully on the a terrific fire waa I ourecl upon the devoted Lieutenant his instructions clear in his even in tbe of a veritable liai of swung tho jlerrimac round in narrowest pare of the diopped and watted the final The vessel was bv this with Soon Lieutenant wUo in this tanibJehonr worked with heroic exploded a torpedo in his vessels and witii a gigantic reel and shiver the Morrimao disappeared beneath the Hobson and his gallant who had sprung into a found themselves the butt of a fierce storm of and in consequence tiie coutinuous Spanish lire were un able to return to the fleet or to get to BO they turned towards the rowed up to Admiral Cer veras and were taken aboard as prisoners ot Central The following is the text of the oinoial de spatch received by the Government in reference to yesterdavs engagement at Santiago de Cuba At halfpast three yesterday morning one of the enemys large ironclads and an auxil ary cruiser attempted to a passage into the Port of They were surprised by our soouts guarding the Thereupon the guns of Fort those on board the Spanish cruiser heina the battery rrom the lat ter mounted in Fort the torpedo boat and torpedo station all opened fire against tho Tho American cruiser Merrimac was sunk by our ships and and the Ameri can ironclad was repulsed at the tn ranee to the which rema ns A lieutenant aud five sailors of the sunken American cruiser are prisoners on board the Keiua Thefate of the rest of the crew is not We suirered no loss ani no Twenty of the enemys ships were oi the j The Queen llogent has ordered her congratulations to be sent by telegraph to the dpfendera of The news of the engagement has caused gri at enthusiasm in A later despatch received here from bant ago sas that when the Merrimac went Aimiral who was on a warship close entered a Loat and in rescuing the In Madrid fcantiaao is generally regarded as The ot the bay were constructed by thj wellknown Spanish artillery officer Captain Minister of states that the wreok of jSerrimao dues not interfere with tha navigation of the entrance to Santiago Be j adds that the Moiriicac was laden with which may be recovered and tised for the Spanish THE SPANISH In the Chamber of Deputies Senor the Conservative leader congratulated the Government on the good news from San Sonor nooaero Minister of the thanked Senor Silvela on behalf of the Senor the Republican prouosed that a congratulatory message be sent to the military and naval forces in and this was agreed to SENSATIONAL NBW despatch dated fromCape this morn has been which alleges that the American fleet destroyed the Spanish fleet at Santiago The report cannot be Thare is no direonews from Lloyds agent at 1ork oahled yes terday as follows Washington des patch from Cape Haytien reads Spanish fleet Santiago entirely de stroyed by Impossible con firm at this EEPOKTED NAVAL NEW Saturday telegram hag just been received from Key West stating that today the Spfcmsh cruiser came oat of the harbour of Santiago and attacked the American She had little chance of and it is difficult to understand the reason for the rash She was very quickly disabled by the guns of the American and although she kept her guns working until tae they were and tue Vizuaya being so crippled that she oould not get back to shelter of the bay was boarded by the crew of one of the American and taken pos session Another Spanish Teasel that cumd to the assistance of the Vizcaya was driven who was McKinleya opponent in has bees appointed Colonel of the 30th Nebraska It is understood that he will go with his regiment to SPANISH KBT arriv ing from the north coast of Cnba report that the Spaniards are beginning to con struct new fortifications at various Sixteen American warships are now off Santiago carrying a total of NEUTRALITY Washing ton correspondent of the Herald tele graphs that tho American Government has sont a despatch to the Paraguayan demanding that the Spanish torpedoboat destroyer which has lying at Buenos Ayres lor some should either be dimauted or be re juested to leave Paraguayan MARINE has to day been material reduction in the rates for marine war including those on British ships laden with ral JILTEB GIRLS LOVEB NEAELY A sad love tragedy an extraordinary sequel when two young persons named Thomas Mar tin and ilorence Ward have been lynched by an angry mob but for timely protection of the Maitin was engaged to be married to a young woman named Ann After taking her to a pleasure fair he trans ferred his affections to Richard son was so heartbroken at Martins con duct that she threw herself into the canal and was The crowd ex pressed a determination to lynch Martin and who were rescued in the nick of CRUISERS IN On the tnrn of the tide in Devonport Hamoazei the cruisers Niobe and Arrogant swung in opposite direc with the tesnlt that the Arrogants stern came into with that of tha causing considerable damage to the stern walk of the latter The Arrogant was shortly afterwards moved to a sater position further up the INJURED WHILE HELPING THE Last night a ican named living in was lymg in Guys hospital with severe in juries to his head and body his tight cheek being laid open by a also endangered the sight of his He received his injuries through being called upon to the police in an affray ia His wounds dressed and he was allowed to return but u on being visited by the police shor ly after wards he was found in a state of coilapsa and taken back to the It that durine the afternoon the police had some trouble with locjly known as in their struggle to arrest being surrounded by a they called upon who is are spectable working to assist This he until the police had secured their prisoner and were marching him to St mes Tcea Cockenonstoppedbaok irom tha straggle and was set upon by the ALLEGED MURDER BY AN IRISH At i village seven miles from the town of on Michael partner in a firm of was shot A police man named Cahermichael had bean in OAeilis and while the latter stood outside a window of the barracks Caher it is fired a of which entered ONeills Death eusaad innrrt ijLST NIGHTS kmbl0 bQl was frequent in the Augustus Harriss but has only recently been adopted That it is atilf ap was demonstrated last night large audience assembled to Orphie and Rns the hitter of which had bean laioT tor a In the former MisSMane Brema again did justice to Jovoted and found n satisfac toryfiuridice in Miss Suzanne ilagcagnis constructed upon snohva different had for its principal exponent Madame to the success of this opera at Cpvent as distinct from other was to a great extent Thj popular actress and singer during the short period the jealous is on the stage once more to bear upon the part a diamutic intensity that was as startling in its sus Asbe f oreiJIadame Valvu heW attention from her of the M BtilaZtt sufficient dash the mu9i3of the and Alters waiti the Tbe band and excellent throughout the ART IN THE Lord accompanied by the Lady Mayoress and bherifts Green and opened tha seventh loan exhibition of Wil liam chairman ot the iibrary was and also the following members Edward 1 In asking the Lord Mayor to open tbe exhibition Cooper said tbe Corporation were grateful for the senerons with which they had been favoure 1 by tbe owners of aimot priceless works of and to tho for his ad mirable Early Flemish and Dutch the great masters of water had been shown in pre ceding and latyear was do voted to works by British painters who had flourished during tho Queen s The present exclusively de voted to i ren h artists chieily of the 18th and 19th one of the finest that could possibly ba gathered to In declaring it open the Lord Mayor said a feature of tha colleo THE LEYLAND RAILWAY J PICTUBEi AT and Flon conducted both I tion consisted in every school and branch Around so Jo hang depicting and things of the highest beauty and of the public coiild not posaibly sw smjb works of art only by means of a loan collection like the one he was about de claring It would be an a and a The exhibition would be open on and as there was no day on which be enjoyed so much the art in his own home he hoped larjje numbers of persons would have the same pleasure in tha The collection includes masterpieces of was the overture composed by anamber of contemporary French ert a wellknown professor Degas hia power of spontaneously will nest week appear only two nights that are en I by thft Ring dex On Tuesday for tbe first time in Ktlgland she will play tho Marguerite of Gotthods and on Friday will repeat Gar jj JAMESS 0J the six items comprising the pro Of Jjichter concert afternoon one was new to this add three bad not previously been heard under the famous The Vienna to drrill pSi drama founded on tlie story of Vtiero and The which oharacterisud by breadth and tender obtained eareiul treatment and was favourably tSe skilfully played Liaits on Schuberts uid n arrangement for pianoforte with OKtBeatra of Bhapsodie Espag originally a solo Of the pre lude to Parsifal a splendid performance but the rendering of Tschai kowskys Nutcracker suite made so familiar at Queens hall offered nothing The symphony was Dvoraks irom the New decanted by George Spender is announced as one of the funniest books of the prp fugely illustrated with orisr nal comic by Charles It will shortiy be published by Chatto and Wind The funeral took place at yes of Walter profes sionally known as Agnes whose husband s company has been appearing week at Princes theatre in the musi cal A Trip to who was playing her part ou died two days later of perito The lessees of the Bristol anflnmny members of the dramatic pro hitting off character anJ has strikine illustration in the ballet scene of Robert the with tho orchestral players in tho No work in the galleries will einite more attention tbarf The Lion at with its aate and froai the wonderfully brush of Oarolus in The Poet with the Mando rivets and holds and Gnstave in the portrait of Madame has modelled the face with exquisite How a genuine artist can impress by tho simplest of subjects can be seen in fien riette Browns Madame de Saux sympathetically treated The Sick a Riater of mercy preparing medi cine for a babe nursed by its mother in an Three canvases belonfjto the sphere of the highest The Execution of Marshal full of and tragic impressveness Cupid and by the latter ligure abounding iu beauty and the technique ueiightml in the tiesh tiats and the Jrastimo of a Spanish of Benjamin a court of a Spanish palace in tho 13th with a ubian slave teasing pumas before her The exhilition will be open week 10 to 7 3 to until August Admission is MESSAGE FROM THE The Mayor of terdav received the following message of from her relative to Leyland railway collision The Queen is grieved to h ar of serious and fatal railway accident at and is anxious to have news of the At tbe Leyland policestation day John the district coro held an inquest on tho bodies ot Ellen Halpm ani Only evidence of identity was and the inqujet Tbe Board ot Trade inquiry will bo held on THE MILITARY There was a packed audience last night at the Agricultural hail to witness tha bnish of the Royal Military the ocoasiun being conspicuous by tha presence in tho Koyal box of Prinoi and Princess attended by tbe Lock and Evan distributed the prizes at the termination of the The proceedings last from tha concluding wereexclnsivoly de voted to displays by the most successful soldiers in the The sensational to was stopped in the middle to allow Princess Christian to perform hei somewhat lengthy after no spjeches being the final pro gramme was brought to a The following received the principal prizes last cup Lemoncutting challenge Major 7th Chal lertire and HidingMaster 10th roouiitad oballeuge Major 7th tiword mounted challenge Lieutenant Foil Foil challenge McCall KoyaJ Artil Sabre Sabre challenge Cap tain Bojai Bidlnir and Jumpingcompctition 6tii Dragoon Best Man Major and Posts SeVgcant Major 15th Lemon Cut tiutf SergeantMajor Tcnti SerReam Sword Be 7th Oragoon Swonl Coriioral Farriet Lie Life Lance Dtonnted itisuiountcd Sergeaut A i Argryll Sutlierland Highland dword raouutsil JJayonet Uis Companyinstructor of Fencing 2nd Lire Bayonet Bayonet 01 Fencing IoU cicr geautinstructor Army Gymnastic Buore Sabre Compnayinstrnctoi of Bayonet Coiu bnts by Teams of 1st bat talion Scots Kid njf and Jumping Competition loth Gallonin Com petition Driving Oompetition 87tk Field Physical JDrili Koyal Marina JixerciE8 110 stone liHiiguig Boyal Ensi TogofWsr ftatish 2nd Scots JEugofwar Kegu Auxiliaries 2nd Soot i Guards beat 4th Volunteer battalion East Surrey regi Bayonet combat won by Empire competitions and Suffolk Lemon Cutting Sergeant Bucks Hug Tant Pegging Sergeant Bucks Sword Sword mounted i Lancecorporaltrumpeter E Uxlord Hussai Sword Lance mounted i North Devon Lance mounted Bayonet dismounted i Corporal Sword mounted Bayonet Isi Middlesex Bayonet Bayonet dis mounted 12ch Middle sux Foil Foil babre Sabre Private 2nd Manchestjr Physical Drill 12tb Middlesex Civil Bayonet Exercisej 20th Middlesex lugsot War 1st tionlon and 4th deposi tory Ereruisa 1st Kent Volunteer Hiding and Jumping Competition Lauca corporal Amongst those who patronised tho per formance during the day were the Crown Prince of Viscount Admiral Sir Sir Brad and Sir Heury loliowed the body to the Arnos Vile and sent lioral tbe greatest sympathy being manilesteil Sealby and GARDEN PAKTY AT DEVONSHIRE At tho invitation of the Duke of Devon ahirja the members of the University Ex tension who are holding thoir session at Burlingtjn were yesterday afternoon entertained at a j gajjjlen party at Devonshire More j and gentlemen were rei by Lady Edward Cavendish in the absence of the Duchess of andby of London The band of thj Scots Gnnrdt dia couraed pleasant music on the central daring tin hoars thsffiaistioa AET AND At tho private view of Miss Rose Bar tons at the Clifford among other nota bilities were istount Counts s of Lord Lord and Lady Lord New Baroness Lndy Paken Lady General Sir Alltn S r Uruce and Lady Sir Bobert and Lady the superior of Dravton Sister Miss Oliver William tlie Misses and Miss Penroae Miss Misa Gertrude Miss jrlassford Misa Miss and and Miss A THRASHING Stamford police court was at the hearing of charges of assault pieferred by William Hodgetts against George and William who pleaded On May 22 tha defendants found Hodgetts in a publio houso in company with their and chastised him ae The complainant was subjected toa searching crossexami nation bv defendants and refused to answer several questions in regard to his relations with It was stated that Hodgetta had been guilty of improper conduct with tha young mens who was ad dicted to Atter said Hod getts bad been and asked tha Bench to come to the conclusion that ha richly deserved the sound thrashing ha case was the de cision being greeted with loud SERIOUS CHARGK AGAINST A At Wisbech the Arthur WelleaLy Bailey was on with an assault 01 a vonng married named Ani tha wile of a small farmer at Oat Prosecutrix alleged that defea who was a lodger in the honsa entered fier room at night and assaulted her in her husbands alleged that he afterwards OiereA bel money to settle tbe who reserved his was N mittod for bail   

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