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   London Daily Mail (Newspaper) - December 20, 1899, London, Middlesex                                HAD YOUR 0 0 0 Q 6 0 0 0 HARM5W0RTH THIS MONTH? % THBS   MONTH'S \ NO. 1,143. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1S99. ONE HALFPENNY. PERSONAL Orrlng to the imrsence number of advcrtlscKienrs received for the "Daily Mail1' we are obliged to hold over several pages ol then;. They will be Inserted as speedily r.s possible in the order In which tbcv have been received. DERBY .--W". A. H.. write mother at ence. FLO.-Do write; forget the past.-GEORGE X. LEONARD, A.-For my cake, return or write.-EVA AUCIL-Come.   Your for ever loving mother.   Wntr,- ELEIE. SHOULD W. H. see this communicate to aunt.-Loving DOLLY. TED.-Wonder if I have allowed myself to want to see you.-NELL. HOUGHTON,-Return here for Xmas.  Everything right privately.-FRED, PUBLIC AND LEGAL NOTICES, iTJVHB CRY OF THE IN CUE ABLE. BUSINESS   NOTICES. Th* Kdiloris! Office- of the " Daily Mail" are ' L HAIIMSWOKTH BUILDINGS, ! CAllilELITE-STREET, TE11PLE, LONTJOK. E.C, Advertisement arjd General Business Offices are :- 3,  HAILMSWORTH BUILDINGS, TAXLIS-STEEET, TEMPLE, LONDON. B.C. TruMRiPHic Addeess : Daily Mail, London. Texepe&KES: Editorial-1.302 (Eolbora). Advertisements and Business-1.303 (Holborn), Cnr Q?ncx : 24, Tbropnorton-fitreet, E.C. FABls'OrFiCE. 25, Rue T&ithont. Telephone 276.49. New Yokk OmCE : TmctBuildings, 150, Nassau-st. LiU-mry cuirunuiiications thouM be addressed to Ihr   J-Mitor,   a:iri   business commUi'.ica'iionR to the A' 1 c-iiii-ribiitions are carefully considered, rmt they ire ii"' inv:!f �'�>   p.:if\   cuntf-nus  bills   should write  to   the The Board of Management of the British Home and i ni,-pital for Incurables, Ptrcatham, S.W. (Incorporated 1 by Royal Charter 1SJ3). most gratefully acknowledge re-| celp;  of  �3  from  Thomas -Poller,   Esq.,  10s,  from ' ii. A. C," and Es. from " E. G." The  iniense suffenags  of  those  incurably afflicted, I especially during thib severe vreather,  can hardly be P'reali;rid by those ._i hsa.th, or surely funds would bs set i forthcoming to enaole the Beard to relieve the many I applicants  applving  to  the Chantv.    Altogether,  on '�Tin:  REV.   T.  GIVEX-WILSON  acknowledges,  with   " average,;the *u n cf ,�i0 * day is given through the �    ' ,., m., frnmfi   Tl    v'th int-fcsn-p   as ' Charity Uj Helpless,  Hopeless, and Homeless suffc/eis !    Fitted. mUcsu.e. as ( ^ ^ pans Jf ^ ^'ingdom_   Wbo ^ usi8t  EIKVLY* THOMAS HARRISON HARRISON  Decorator, I ^jf^^ri PoSnV OiSr^'bf co,?^ "jarchv and :-.!te of Swansea, write home at once.   Mother dead.-  ^     ^nd s�-t to j   iZMELY LKDllAN, 169. Oiford-stre^U " " R_ G- sALMOND. Secretary. I PEliST.-Johi-  Prest, 'formerly  m   Indlfc,  and  suljse-     Offices, 72, Cbtapside, E.C. |    qu^ntly a wardPi  in PreBton JatL  or  his wife or SHIPPING,  TOURS, &c. ENTERTAINMENTS,   &c. CONCERTS. HOTELS  &  RESTAURANTS. A BEEDEEN LINE to AUSTRALIA, via X3L        Tenenfle and Capetown, In 42 uaya. b.\j_AA�lS L'apU A. DoUgI*s. E.N.B. 4,508.ten* Jan.  2' ABERDEEN....Ca.-t. A. tiebb........I.Z53 tons, Jan. 2a. ; The steamers of this favourite line sail from London j as above, taking saloon and third-class passengers to , TeneriaV. CAPETOWN, and ail Australian and New t Zealand ports. Fares to Australia, �14 Ms. bs �5� > j to Capetown, �9 Ss. to �30.-For particulars apply to ; uEu. iiiOMPSON and CO., 7, Bi)Uter-iq. E.C.;cra�W- , ELL and CROR'THLS. 12, Cochapur-sf, Charlnff-cross. j chUdrerj are requested to communicate at once with i nniip, S'RV'R'R'R WVATWRT? Mr.   Arthur F.  Grifflth.  SoUcitor.  47.  Old  Stesme.   f fi. ^rf'. ..." ^Aift.^Ji. private   advertisers .r. -.n^t errw.II advertisements in the Daily Hatl thf-rafof 12 word.- for 2s. and 2d-per word afrer- .r )?^  u> .'j-dvprt.iscxnenl..s can he received  at the ".li i yLf.il. Ofiit-e free of charge. �t"y;ihs-. Marriajies, and Deaths : 4 lines, 2s. 6d.; 9d. "nr.] . 3s. r-nr 8 word? ; Qd. per word after. ).jaii'l F vv.-irA-i(in. London, the wife of Frederick John I-k;^i -or. number 15. at Church Lawford, Rug-by. -p -v.(n ft th" Re*. S. Vallls Frost, of a daughter, c;;  ii'jp KAl:l.-       Uocrmbir 17. at Cooper's-Lanc, Pot-vii1 nf 1'. i.ioodhcMi tanu ycimgosi, duugh- �- r  .l.ime? K:och. Esq.. of t*u Malo, Edmonton), of KK^ir.-On Di?crmbcr 17. at C5, Wcstcrn-road, Brighton, ti. w-fn of Ilfirn" Kemp, of a son. v W ITCHi'TPF.--On  December  12.  at  " Beecbwood." Lti'.VHrd-r.jri'r;. TVr,ct p-mwich, the wife of T. Hftrt^ j;;;ni Whjtrhouse, of a eon. AlARRIAOES. pnv-McLAGLEN,-On Wednesdav, December 13, at jit. lV.rt's. Ilurditt-road. E., St-?ph:n Ticvanni^r. Fox, � jr.  rsmi'!i. lo Mabella W.nifred fJIabd), 'i.'.ii7t,:cr rf "r--.n�r;o Nash, Hplmlcieii. StafTord. Kli'C.i-r'-^TJ'JlK.-On 1)t?ccmher IS. at St. Paul's, TCn^'.n^.ri'l^c. br tha Hov. Arthur Kltchin. M.A.. r. u.iin (.i ;hr briic'^-ooui. assisiqj bv the il-m. th" Rev. H. T.7. ViUirtrs, -M.A.. vlt"5r cf the parisn. Darcv Rutter-:r; v. i l-lvd s�2 rf Jeha Kitchln, Esq.. J.P., of V:u:n:-il. York:', to M�r\* EUiel lVilmot, ierond cnughtrr "' tt:3-hivp canon Wilrnct Tt'aro, Rector of Barnburgh, Dfrp.r D-.iacastrr.    ----- '   ,  , :  .  : WI^EJlAJr-RARTLETT.-On December 3, at "St, >f.vU'!gv.':p, T>�unark-hiU, bv the Bev...H. A., Day, + M**i"�c: f;taii2v\v ,^"etPipeit   con. or William Thtftaas s.'*v.:--u> K^n-iy, :y>^m?o?t-c�iuelfu.T-lhs*l4W James liartU'tt, oT Omborwr.il. DEATHS. Br,ATJCHAMP.-On Dec. IE. the wife of Mr. George' Be.rjrh3D:r>.' I;rofc^':Jr-'�,;^:y known as Nellie Lmfard. F\:nvra! !rsT^s 1. Rasfein licu3e, Arov!lie-road, Brjx-'0-2. T^u^s�'^:-.^ one prcmrt. riMf'V." Hi'-n.-im Dpcc-mb�- IB, at KiJblrnle, Emu-f-.-^A'\ T. li. E. II. D:;acnf: Hc^. J.P. for the county ' ' Di'vcn. :n.i !"T  i Sepa Tnyior Gill. Chartered Ac-�m-.nt.iT'.'.. : cfl "5 vpts. rifpro.v.- fn DevmbL-r J7. �t Dvllwtor.s, Hayleif;h, l".^1-":. \V'".ir.(!iv n^'p-^n. formerly of Prvstcigne. Rad-pi rt!.!iii'  ��;} nit T'Mi v� r.   Much 'rrffcei^d. 1. �* Nr-Lr.V.--Or. ricrr'mli-r If, at 5. Li'iv_'.!i�trr-vniae, i.'.'-'v'Tk.  John  ^ytn ^ Langicy,  nerd C2.   No l."T'TUS.--Ou Pwmiier 13, hlUed in action at Colenso. '�j-:. 7r'.-.'':;^- Coc'.'.r:.uc Lof*nc. 3- .~;>:i DTember 17.'.it Fulh.-.m-road, P.W.,  *!:.-v-n-irt!  WaD;rr.  Dcrd 5> y.'nr�.     Intermpnt i!�'=:�:::'ten Ccrrjf.cry, Thursfi-.fv. 2!st, 1.20 p.m. TN  ME MOT! I AM P. t - t >." V.j.I..-'i    pvpr-iovint*   memory   of   our   dsrlinjr � :        Lit::!v Hicr.-i'., wj-.r- f.a^.^a r.waj* m Drcamt*r iF"7. mcirruvi by her iorini,* children and >lr. Arthur F." Griffith, SoUcitor, 47, Old Steync, Brifjhion. TATAL ACCIDENT AT C AMD EN-TOWN STATION, Saturday evening, 9th December.-The three ladies Who travelled In same compartment with the deceased are requested to send their names and addresses to G. G-, 365, Camden-road, N. IDA-Tes, wriio if you can't call. Address Is Dunn's, 43. Newinjrtori-causeway, London. Ait for the beautiful new models of their ZH^ulnea tailor-made costumes  You'U be delighted.-HATER. WAiEfcBimr 1VATCH 1VATEB SHOW, 2, Bolbo: TiadncU HXNDEi'6 Hair Bind for prewnt Xaanlon; ed.: %a hair-dT esse rs. TORTOISE-SHELL      CIOABBTTEfl      FOB      COS- NOISSEUES. " THE bicycJp belle, the gol&ng girl, Hiade'a rnrlers nao their hair to curl." JENKINS*  WEATHER CHART, 1900. prepaid Aid- Morgan, Publisher. Upper Norwood. TORTOISE-SHELL   8mnkifcg   Mixture:   Mud   (Sfiver Shield); raedU-i strength (Green Shield*. CHLLaLATN STICK cures chilblains; is., post free.- Martin, Chemist, Scuthampton. . �EL*GER$ HAIR LYE.-Annual aalfl 270,000 bottles- Proprietors.  Hindc's,  Limited. AIOOEE'S ' ITA " Hafr Fastener holds t&e hair firmly and without injury. Hairdressers and drapers. 6d-" THE TRANSVAAL in War and Pence."  Grandly illustrated.  Superbly  printed.  6d.   weekly. All  news- PARKER Jointleas Lueiy Curve Pountain Pen, Perfection; also Blicfc T/pewriter. Catalogues, 195, Oxford-street. olbop^'X/ *r* The above advertisements are charged a; the rate of eight words lor is., and 4d. per word aiterwards. They can be brought to the ofllce or sent by post with postal order. Trade advertisements in Personal column, eight words foris., and Is. per word after. LOST AND  FOUND. (f VI c TIO.Y.- The frequently fatal effects on .i.ianis of t;-M:-mi: ir.fUiciRQs should teach parcntb sr. u- \U-m. . Tinv -Jxcu'A pj-e onlv i'l'iTOji STEi'MAN'S 'lEETHING" POWDERS. A'jt'uii iy fr e iro::i opmrjt or morphia;  hence safest :.r.". hsst.   Ih yolr-w y.-.r^r ;!r.c'>:ns; trude mark, a Ri!in R-fu,-  ctl;rrs.-I'-".  Ncr.- North-road, Horton, �3 REWARD.-Lost, Dec. 9, in HUjh-Btreet, Kensington, a isdy's gold watch; K. C. M. In blue enamel- on back.; in oxidised chatelaine case.-Mead, Bathmore Lodge, Bolton-gardens, S.W. 20s. REWARD.-Loet, Dec. 14th, probably in hansom, pair binccule.r Held glasses; name and address along barrels; return to Dunn, Stationer, Knlghtsbridge. LOST, in the neighbourhood of Motcomb-strect. f\>dogan-place, or Brompton-ttquarc, a gold cmb chain bracelet, with Ley (tttachod.-Anvone bringing the same to Bolton's Library, Knlghtsbridge, will be rewarded. 15s. REWARD.-Lost, lady's silver demi-hunter watch, between Lou ghborough-J unction" and Paul-stre�t, Fins-bury.-Finder bringing same to 4o, Heron-roaa, Herne-hill, will receive above reward. �5 REWARD.-Lost, on Saturday, 16th Dec, between Cricklewood and Kilburn, a three-stone diamond ring. -Address to " D: J. M.," c.o. Street and Co.. 30, Corn-hill, E.C. These advertisements are Inserted at 2s. per eight words, and 3d. per word afterwards. PUBLIC AND LEGAL NOTICES. RE COLONEL BEGINALD BYTHELL Deceased Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23 Tic. c 35 intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of Propertv and'to relievo Trustees." NOTICE 1H HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors and other persons haring any claim r.galnst the estite ot Beg-inald Bylhell formerly cf Newton Abbot in tho County of Devon late of Satara Bombay Presidency India a Colonel in Her Majesty'* Bcmhav Staff Corps deceased � srho died on, tha,23rd day of JuiyilE99 and to whose *sUt� .Lettert:.df. AdministrftUon  . wero granted' by the prlneipat Begistiy cHt\e jRrob%bsDMEioh:of-Her MaJeBty'siSigh Court of-'Oui >Jerf:iairJlje-8th;.'dEy of, December IBM 8W.,herchy rc^-  FTBING. Many will have no Christmas Dinner unless we supply them, but cur funds aro exhausted, and we earnestly appeal for contributions, which may be sent to F. N. CHARRINGTON, Hon. Kupt., Great Assembly Hall, Mile-en d-road, London, B. PROVINCE OF QUEBEC FIVE PEE CSKT. LOAN, 1885.- The HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST, due January let, 1903, on the above-mentioned Loan, will be paid on and after that date bv the Bank of Montreal. 22. Abchurch-lane, E.C. Coupons must be left for examination between the hour^ of 10 and 2 o'clock (Saturdays excepted) three clear days prior to payment being made. Forms may bB had on application on and after the ICth Inst. For the Bank of Montreal. A. LANG, Manager. No. 22, Abchurch-lane, E.C, December Mth, 18S3. ASHANTI   GOLDFIELDS   COEPORA-TION, LIMITED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the transfer books of tho Corporation will be CLOSED from January 4th to January 13th, 2M0, both dales inclusive, to enable the lis*, of Shareholders to bs prepared for tho Issue of additional Shares. Ey order, C. W. MANN. Secretary. 151 to 153, Dashwood Houee, New Brcad-sirest, E.C. ISth December, 1899. COALS. ftflDLAXI) COAL OWNERS' At^OClA- 1\JL    TIO.V   simpjy  Kitchen 24s. Cd., Larg-c Cobbles l.^rrr Nut* 11^.,  Selected �5s. 6d.   Term3 cash.- s'-;.ts  ::=.  EVSTON-ROAl). N.U". S bit-. C TA N'LEY    W ALLSEND    COAL    CO. i-upp.y stftv* Co-'-  Z^.. Lzriio Nuts 2-Is. 6d., Cob-�;;.. Hi-use 25=., Stanley AVallsend 25s.    Cash. a?r* if!dljn'i__Cca; Bnys, 65, Pancras-road, n.w. OALS. �os.-Why pay fancy pricea when cu zzw buy cor.l tunnble for drawing room and hca L.t ZJs. per (or.? Tii� best v?.!up in the market, li im delivery.-Ad . prepared to receive, on or before tho 1st January, 1903, TENDERS for LEASES of the Dwelling-houses Nos. 5 to 10 and 14 to 17 (inclusive), Barnham-street, with extensive stabling adjoining No. 17.-For particulars and form or tender apply to the Surveyor, Christ's Hospital, Newgate-street, E.C. OLDIERS OP THE QUEEN. CHAMPION'S MAP of SOUTH WALES VJ COALFIELDS. lr.OX. TIN. and ALL WOEKS. Kclicr pr Bvck Zys. cacli. 7;. LLASFAIE.BO.U). CARDIFF. KSTAKLISHED  1851. ^IEKBECK INK, BCl-IKAMETOK   BVHJ'KuS,    LONDON,   W.C. INVESTED  KUKDS,   �10,000,000. Firlicul-n ppbt free. 1'BASCIS RATEKSCROFT, Slimnrtr. BRITISH COLUMBIA," YUKON DIS-TKICT. AXD ALASKA. �l HE CANADIAN- JiANK. OF COMMERCE bas raUb-lielitn! Hii.vNCHl;s p.\ lollcivinr points In British  :.-i. nsintiy, Vancouver, Gjecnr.-opd  -. -^^m'AM   FL'EXISHIXG   COMPAXTj_ ::i. Old-street, City-road. E.C.  -. XfAflC^VL WALFS' AS 8 O GI ATI ON JJ^ ^otherwise lmown as *' Dr  Barnardo's Homes "). Over 5,000 Orphan or Waif Children are now In the Homes. Among these are 754 Little Incurables, Deaf and Dumb. Blind. Crippled, or otherwise afalciod children. Eight souls are added every 24 hours to ihls ctzH family. 3S,7�7 Unifs have already heen rescued by the Homes. Of tiitso 15,660 traiued boyt and girls have heen successfully rilaced out in tho colooies, and mor*: than 22.000 placed In situations in Great Britain or .tent to sea cr gi'tn t'-'des tot Some conception of the extent of the worS may be form"3 from the fact that tiurintr the last two vears no fewer than 4.E55 fresh cases have been .lUmitted-a number prebnfclv in �ccss of admissions bv all other existing Societies put together. No really destitute chiia has ever been refused admission. The Doors are open to the Homeless FREELY, Day and Night, all th A'l^'&    fuiLNlbidiNG    ^TUKEb, . P HOLLO WAT-fiOAD cf setoff Liverpool-roedJ. FTENIriH FOE CREDIT.  No deposiu. �5 worth. 2^ monthly-�13    ,    4s. �23     ,.     8-..   '   ,. �50     �    12s. . ; ^SEE DELIVERY IN PRIVATE VANS. E*vr%, S to S (iiuly. Prise lisi, etc., post Ircfc CIHEISTMAS CHEEE FOE THE blABV-' ING.-The Honorary Social Secretary of the f Cturch Army, Mr. Co'ia F. Campbell, is arranging >o . provide a pood Xmas dinner for at least 3,000 starv-; Jag mfers to hotel, guulo bock, conductor ttc- Aiipiy 10 THUS. COOK and SON,' Lu'-irato-eircus, London, rnd Branol. office*. CHRISTMAS in ROME. ^   COOK'S POPULAR TO UK-TEN GUINEA3. Lectqree by Dr. Ru?aeli Forbes. Special reiigiius csrcmcuies at St. Peter's.    > Extensions ,to Naples, Vesuvius. Florenca^ Venice, etc.4 rf^HRlSTAlAS at CHAMONIX.        ' r X2' CpD^'HafORUL'ARTOVJRJ-TEN GUDTEASf -it-"-The above, fnres.iuclude-tickets ttf-ih'bit or^Chioibntt' ana .haclivVscoopd xlum ind �� hotel AcMmmcdatAenr**-'- COOK7$        THOS.G^OJ^andSO^%CdUe(ii �vn WARD I J� G     LuGGAXtE. also Packages or Uoous ___^,    of every deiscripiitn tonnvpattbrtha DEPARTMENT,    world at-the Vve*' ifQsslSie: rST' M.___,    _Bj�gRase. etc., �twd.^F�rparttaitai-� apply ForwardiTiK Deyartmenw. Ludgace-clrcus, JK.c.j or to any Branch Ofllce. ;  � � CRAZE'S HIGH - CLASS CONDUCTED X TOURS. Definitely leaving LONDON, "Jah.'lfi; \isiting L'aris, Alexandria, Cairo.' Suw; �Canal, .laira, Jcru3H3cm,,JHetB-ichein, HcUiaur; Oerlcho. Jordan, Athens, t orinth, . CV.Hu, Brindlfil, Napiea, Eom?, Turin, etc. iORTY-KIV73 DAYS' TOUR,-. 1st Uatfl, S2 guineas; 2nd Class. 70. POFULAP. TOU1U to ITALY. cn,_ starting Jan. 10[h.      * SOUTH of FRANCE ;tpd IT4.LY, starting Jan. IGlb. Progwmmea fi-ec. Apply GAZE'S  LONDON   OFFICES,   142,   Strand  1L-0, Piccadilly; and 32, Westbourne-grovo.        ' EGYPT. NILE. PALESTINE. GREECE. ITALY. fil (i 1 0s" K03V1E T0yi Q <\S. CKL'ISK to the RIVIERA 'VJSIT- f*,*f *�! ^CGiM, 11B, QUEtlS VICTORIA-STREET, B.C. Offer a iiijger *nd more varJn" *sJ^tjon ol Fur-. iture, Bedsteads, Carpets, .. IroninDngery^ and Electro-Plate, etc., than any other furnishing linn, for they give their customers the advantage cf selecting from.the tncimotla show rooms of the leadtg and most important manufacturers m London, as well as from; the extensive and well-assorted stock at their own warehouses. MR.    H.    LABOUCHEEE,    M.P., ' in " Truth," writes. " JnORMAN and STACEY have mtroduced m their tusitiess aii ingenious safeguard .tgamst 1L0 risk of loss to his widow or family :h.-ou?h th*> f eatb of the hirer. They_give an insurance trpon nIs life, vie." TOUMjVN and STACEY (Ltd.), QUEEN VICTORIA-STREET, E.C. Free Del'very Town or Country-Call or writo for particulars. Country' c-ders rrc-ire j-p^-jal attention. RESHAM FURNISHING~~56mPANY* " 15S to 1�. CRAY'S-INN-ROAD. HOLBOSK. FURNISH FOR CREDIT. NO DEPOSIT. �5 worth. 2s- oioithly; �10 worth. 4s. monthly; �20 ttorth". 6s. monthly; �30 worto. 12s. monthly Free delivery in Privato Vans Hc-trs 9 to 9 daily. Thursday, 4 o'clock. Pries Lists, etc, pr-st frttn N( ulls. 7s. Sd.' arena, 6s.: balcony, reserved, 5s.; un- j reserved, 4s.;  gallery (promemioc). Is. J__;_( QUEEN'S HALL, NEXT SUcfOAY. 7 l*.m.        ! Fill^T PERTORM"ANCE IN ENGLAND: vi - THE HOLY CHILD." bv H. \Y. PARKER -.^oaipit*:- of '� lima No---i?s^r.i       NE::T t'U.U'-AY. -i-ith  Deci'mb^r,  ?  f..ra.~AlJie.  K.v.o ReuibiTg.  Mku:. j Ucilo Cole..Mr. E. Rmr.scfu.bc, -Ur. T. Daniel. Nat;t.n--.l ' >.imd-iy League Choir and OT=hed'.rA, 300.  Or^m.t-t. Mr. ' Jjm-.fi CoffLrd.  Cocuu.'tur. CLu c'.Uil S b!?y.  Pjxiiamroo .i.:o includes Sui'.e. " Peer Gyr.i " iGtelg.1: Suite, "c^.ss.; jScivet t> " (Tschaikowsk;^;  " Ride cf vhc  V^Iiyriw '' (Wagner); Pianoicrte C'ncsrto t-hiiian. Clifforij. Solo by Composer;  ^cio and - Cmmu, 'I.iJlamatus'' (*' Stabat M.iLcr.-    Rcsslni);    Clioru-,   '* O'. Gladsome   Light " Golden Legend," Sullivan); Solo and Chorus, " Nasar-eth "  (Gcunod).  Admission  free.  Reserved seats,  ls, Is. 6tL, *2s., can be had at Queen's Hall. Hay's. 4, RoyaJ Exchange, and League Offices, 34, Rrtd Lion-squire, High Uolborn.  W.C. HENRY MILLS, Secretary. AUCTIONS, /CRYSTAL PALACE. Xjr : . EXCITING SCENES IN THE RING t F>"st appearance in England of Therese Renz, tho finest Lv!v Haut� Ecole Rtd?r Jn. Europe; the Sisters PowcR..Star Equestriennes; Miss Louis* snd Mr. Robert CotircU, in Extraordinary Equeslrian.Acta;.first appearance at the Crvstal Pal2� of John Fred^o and Alfred Clarke. In Man-eilctts, Double Jcckey and Juggling Per-forinancrs; the Hegelmans, Sensational Mid-air Gj-m-ns,3t,i; tho Bedouin Arabs. Great Bounding Marvels; and Lall* Yam.'na, Ouc-a of the Tight Wire. CLOWNS* COMIC PANTOMIME. Sam Lr.ckharrs Extraordinary Elnohiuts, " THE THREE GRACES."  _ CRYSTAL PALACE. �        . COLOSSAL NO.^H'S ARK, One-quarter the slzi of the original. Grand Precession of Noah, his Family, and nil the Animals leaving the Ark! CRYSTAL PALACE. CYan/R CHRISTMAS DREAM. First.Performance- SATURDAY ne-xt- Pour Performances BOXING-DAY. at, 12. 3, 5, and 8.30.- Numbered seats, 2s. 6d. and 2s. Cd., mny.now.be booked. Thousands of frcelloat filipehny anfi shilling eeats.. Children half-price to numbered scats. CRYSTAL PALACE. � 1 HOLDEN'3 WONDERFUL MARIONETTES. First apper.ranco In London, after 20 years' abrenco, flurlng which they havo apneared at some of the most famous Continental Theatres, including tho Grand Opera, Parie. LORD GEORGE SANGER'S MENAGERIE. Tho Sieges'. Show of Anlmnls in the World. See the Happv'Familv: the Pet Lion; and.the Pony School. REPDISH'3   WATER P.tSTOMIME. A Comical.Beistcroji3 Show for the Ycungsters. T^MPIRE THEATRE.-Mrs. Brown Potter )Ci will recite " Order.-i-to tho Front." by Henry Hamtlton, at 9.-15.-HOME OF BALLET.-Another Empire Tri'imph.-TO-NIGHT, at 10.15. new ballit. entitle:! ROUND THE TOWN AGAIN. ' Varieties oy Miles-Stavordali Quittette. I nckfords, Belloni's Ccck-itcos, Caraugeot Trcope, Preil6, Eygerrerser Trtiupe. Miss Deyo, Robinson BaSer Trio, and Les Alex. Doors 7.43. A LHAMBRA. - Sir~ Arthtir, SuUivan's " Absent-mindod Beggar" (Kipling), at 9.�. TO-NIGHT will be presented a new Patriotic Military Ballet, " Soldiers of the Queen," at 10.20. Also Napoli. Varieties: Deonza Bros.. Katifmann, Hossi Ashrzin, M1e affc:CalWa�J wmsB&v*!?.-.__.__________K, FdcMCmHi 1b. w �2 *.� noon Sfen itsM_______, MailnSe* at 205, "A Special ,M6(ninf >fertormin� cn boilaj-'Bay, Dec. 26,. also o� Wocteeaday, Bcc. 27, at a.15,. \vlth. tho nul: ChriataiM Programme, Box-offlco tipeo 11 to 4. .       -  : "OOVAL THEATRE OP VARIETIES, JLli HOLEOTLV.-Proprtcwr, llr. Jobs Btru. BVBur BBIU.CAN7  VAB1ETT  COM- PANY. Prlcca from M. Doot� opan 7.S0. HATHUBAY MATINBBS; 2.J0.   . rjTHB STEATFORD EMPIRE, BEOAD- JL WAX, Stratford, E.t-two, HoUra' Varleliea. TWICE'NIGHTLY, at 6.45 and 9.10. A BaUilig of West'�ndv Luiury. An enWrtainnieat of West-cnd Quality. Entire changa of .programmo - weekly. TONIGHT, B. O. Knowlea, X*o Uryden, and oumexons excellent. Entertainers. Btn^fllco II to 4. Prices 3d. to 10s. M.-ManafUnr Plre'tor, OSWALD STOLL. Ia connection, withtlfa Stratford �ntplro. npHE NEW-CROSS .EMPIRE, New-cro�s-X road, S.E.-Two Jteurs' Varieties. TWICE MIGHTLir, at 6-bO and,WO. A buildins of W�sl-end Luxury. An entertauunent of West-end Quality. En-tiro chanffo -of .p'rogrammo'.-wcelcly. TO-SIOJIU.   ,  , Hcnra': TarieUca . Ttvics Nightly, at 6.45 and S.10. A liQildinjldf Wrftend ldxury. An entertainment of .West-eatf Qoah'tyi- finttre change of Proeramme.- WeaWy. IQ-SIGBT,: LOTTIE-CO.r;UHS, Bio Tableaux, and otner'exceHeJU Entertainers, Box^cface U -to .4.- PricesH. to 10a,: 6a;, Uanagin; Director, 0.-�ald Strll.     . �  MOORE and BTJRGESS M.LNSTBELS, St. iaines's Sail. Piccadilly;: and BeKent-ettKit, W. SIQETLT. at 8, MONDAYS^;WBOSESDAi-S, and SATCSDAYStat 3-aada. . A XITCSSESS FIBST PABT, in1 wh]cb the atrperb Juvenflo chclr appear., and-wnlca incitides.;many;of the famons. old folhtds. ' It is receited with the greatest enthusiasm and eunauled applaom ' SEOOSO PABiV' replete wlti a!EPISEI> PTOf. tho climax of which la * UutthabWjtbsnTdlty, entitled , "SKAPiHOTS." The "Standard * Baysi- '* Malatala^taeir rrcat tepa-tatitm." ' The " KomlnirrrVst":^-"Mor� atttactiTB: than orer." Tho '-'.HeTVs if the. World":-"A splendid programme, foil of ;good thlagif* - - -Prices of AdmiWlon:-6s.. 3s-j �s;,;and'la. Book early at Whitehead's Office. St- J�meR'�'HalI..tnd'aH Libraries. EGYPTIAN HAL�.-^nEl�intfB. Homa of � Mystery, 'CLOSED- (or the prcJ^iratioA of tho t:BFISTMAb PBCirjiLVMalE, T/h!cb,. wilt bo presented on SATfjRDAY SBXT, at3 o'clcct. /VLYMPIA.-Sole lessee and Manager, \y Mr. Edwin Oeary. >utV OPEN-. To-day and'to-night; and etary.day and eve*y night fr�n ' MIDDAY, to MIDNIGHT. PEBPOSalANC'ISS in tha THEATBE TWICE DAILY at 3 and 8- BBITON, BOBS, and BLACK In SAVAGE APBICA. Tho GREAT KAFFIB KSAAL. The EOYAL BIORAMA: Actual Lfvlng Plctarea from tha Front. The LAEGEST EVEF1 SEEN. A Stupendous New. Show, iliastrattns. Peace and War. Tlie Beal Armoured Train in Actual Battle, The MOST MAGNII'ICGXT PKOMESADE ia LOSOOS (WELL WASHED and LIGHTED!. The OEITUrNE SOUDANESE > VILLAGE. Tho Mahdi's tllack Warriors. The Death -Daace. A GEXTTIN'E ESKIMO ENCAMPMEHT. TEAMS  of SLEDGE DOOS. More for tne Manev than Eyer Offered. THOTTSAlJDS- of ' SHILLEiG  SEATS." The NEW SHOW a the BiiJSEST and the DEBT. Pieces may now be hooted at all Libraries and at Olympia. rlpHE aOYAL ALBERT HALL, KEN- JL __SINGTON OOBE, W- " TBOTH"  DOLL ASD TOY SHOW. Open WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20th. and, Jlst. From 10 a-m. to &30 p-m. Admission Free on presentation of visiting card. The Twentieth Exhibition will consist of about 100 largo dolls and 3400 small,-, dressed by the Eeaders cf " Troth," and 25.000. home-made and other toys. The wholo will bo distributed amongst the Children In the London  Hospitals.  Workhouses,* Workhouse Schools, aad Infirmaries. The prises for the '--TTUtli'* don drassing-and other Competitions will also be on -new. Mr. H. C. Tr,n-kinc/s recitals on the Grand Organ at 11 a-m., 3 p.m., and 3 p.m. each day. _. O^'N aVT. By Hcfisrp. CF, Meat.and San (Soathswi. AT THE POLYTECHNIC, EEGSNTsS'IREET, Daily at 5. Wrd&ssdaysvand I5stun!avs-ai 5 and s. Chrisunas.Holidays, Dec. 26th to Jan.-6th inclusive Every day at 3 and 8. Fashionabla Matmtes Ws^dhcsdavs and Saturdavs at 5. ILiKVELLGDS AJilHATKD  PflOTOGRiPH,S, HiQstraun^ a bloejackct*g career In the Servico. The LATEST WAR PICTXTRE3.  Xaval Guns in action at Ladysmilh. MR. R.  COURTIER  ftDTTON   WILL   SDCG   S'r Arthur Sullivan's," TIfE AB*EXT-MINDED BEGGAR (bv kind penr.issioa �r the " Daii" Man "). Ep-sar^eti Seats, 4s. Admission, 3s., 2s., and Is. Boos early, at the Polytechnic and Ashton's. Bond-streat. NEW NIAGARA. ICE SEATING. Even- moriimj, 9.30 a.m. to 1 p.m, cs. Dvsrv evening, 0 tc 11 p.m., Sa., except Mondays anil Wednesdays (club e\-eniugs), , Ever? a/tsmo^n. 3 to        p.m-    -Skating: 5s.    Xon-skatfrs 2s. 6t1.   ekittni? from 5 t& 5.53 n.m    2*,. il. Tha nnk R-ill be clssed on Christmas Day. T"~ HE   NEW ~ENGLiSH~TRT   CLUB EXKIBITION OF MODERN PICTURES will Clcse 1 Friday, Dec. 22nri, at 4 r..n.   OPEN DAILY l(r to 5 at Top Dudiey Gallery, EGYPTIAX HALL, PiccadUly. W. QUEEN'S CLTJBVwEST KENSINGTON.' OLD DCTEEXATIOJiALS v. CHARTERHOUSE. : THIS DAY aVcdncsday). Dec. 20th, at 2.33. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. I Book to West Kensington (District Eailvray.)        ! ST. GEORGE'S HALL, Langham-place, W. EVERY APTURN'OON. at 3. Air.    W.    G.    ELLIOT,    in    CHARLES    I.    and CHARLES II. and THE MODERN' CRAZE. Mr. WEIGHT in a Now Sketch. Mr. HAMILTON EARLE sings. Mr. ARTHUR PLAYFAIB recites. A NEW PROGRAMME cn 26tb, at 5 and 3.S5, including Mr; W. G, ELLIOT !n ^ New Comouy, " A Pair or Knickerbocker*." Mr. GEORGE GROSSMITH, in " Ths> Trials cf an Entertainer."  PIfty, Song, Darce^ Bns-oSco open 10.30 to 5. Stalls (wsprved and numr bared), 5s.; unreserved seats, 33.. 2s., Is. S. MARYLEBONE PARISH CHUKCH. -THIS EVE XING, at 6 p.m., Spchr's " Last ilud*mcnt'" ivlil- be sun SELL oy aCVUOS, at,tho iLtST, as iv-jiLiUio,. Cuidfscav.i, ai l^.iG, a lar^-J and \iriv', sue; oil- VAl^'iti'.G^ oy artiata of TOBW. MCAanjj v.-crtj by i: S.VLT,  W. . YATES.. F. i.t,cLlb, O. T. CL-U1X. JfBAliK CA3SELL, an* oiiiers; aisn 3 cottage pianofurtea with Iron irarneai cn-.clt action, aad lull trichord, by Graver and GrovaTE etjU'-'atrian and u:atuo:te-hrouaes, clucitsi, etc., etc Cataxsues on application. Vulcan. Auction Mart, SflL LUigaw-niU, �-C. .  1 PIANOFORTES. -piANOS "piAKOS piAKOS "pUNOS piAS03 piAXOS p>IANOS piANOS TJIANOS APLE  and sell pianos �y ALL THE BEST MAKESS at special  pricks also an zasy terms ClustrctlOM tl FlaAa rest frM .      I APLE  and   ^"10 M- LONDON aad pabu. Established In the First Year of the Queen's Eelgn. OOEE and MOOEE, Pianoforte isfakers. M' LNTENTQRS cf the THREE YEARS' SYSTEM. A Pianoforto or English Reed Organ, after three years* hiring at rates varying from lCd. 6d. to 56s. per month, becomes ti,B property of the hirer. The total lima paid never exceeds tta price. Carriage free.  Timing free. Tho hirer can return the instrument at any time, or can mako it hta own in less than three years. No- deposit or guarantee. PRICE LISTS FREE. MOOEE and AIOOKE, Pianoforte Makers. __104 and 105, Bishopsgate-st, Within, London. E.C RARD. TjIRAHtJ; RAED. Uon,ilow offered, at ayery crcat itS ductlon; Id many lmrtahces less than half the original list prices. S.and P. EBABD, Piano and Harp Makers to the Court, ' 18, Great Kariborous-h-street, W. BOBD'S PIANOS, 25 par cent. aiscoaDt for calh.Tbr 14s, 8d. per month (second-hand, 19s, Id. per month), on the three years' hire iystem.~ Lists free of c. Stiles and Co., 42, Southampton-row, London, W.C, Pianos exchanged. BECKSTEIN PIANOS.-These magnificent Pianos for HIBE on the Threo Years' by item at advantageous price's and terms.-Lists and particulars free of Chaa Stiles and Co., 40'and 4�, Southampton-row, London. W.C    _ _ _ BOYD DIRECT   FBOSI   THE   FACTORY. For cash or en their equitable de-'erred PLAXOS, FREE, BOYD, Ltd., Ifl. Holbora, E.C. inear Holborn-eircus>, ravmtut arrangemejit PIANO and  OKGAN CATALOGUE THOMAS OETZMaNN, �7, BAK30S-ST., W. PIANOS br all maXfrs. Hire, Sale, er Three Years' bystem. - Lai ge and Varied Stock, s&cccu-Ear.d, from �10. Eest value in Lcndcn.  write lor lists. THOMAS OETZMANN and CO., only address, _a. UAKKB-STBELT, W._ QEEAT SALE of PIANOS. New and Second-hand Gra,ids and Uprights by BECHSTEIN.   BLUTHNEB.  BEOADWOOD.   BBIS3-MEAD, COLLABD, SNAKE, STEINWAV. STBOEMENGEIt, etc I PIANETTES by BOKD, CBAIfEB. and STBOaMENGEK. Eiceptional Prices, caah or eify payments. STEOHMENGEE and SONS, CC3, aoSWELL-BOAD. E.C, and 86, BBOMPTON-BOAD. S.W. BUSJNEiSSES FOR  SALE. �pETEH ROBINSON'S J5ETEB ROBINSON'S      OXFOSD-ST. Q_RAN"p  BAZAAR. �gAZAAS.  GIFTS OF ALL KINDS gAZAAR. IMMENSE VARIETT. 0HRISTMAS PRESENTS JN EVERY DEPAETMENT. pETER ROBINSON (Ltd.), OXFORD-ST. JJOWIILL and JAMES, REGENT-ST., CHRISTSLVS PHESENTS. Gm!u! DBESS LENOTHS at Specially Ucdneed Prices. P.'Utem-s sent pout free-Fancy Tweed Drt-as LccKtilS, 6yds. tor 83. lid., worth 21s. Cnspotublo Coating Dress Lengths, 6yds. for Ss. lid-, worth 18s- 3d. Double Testuro Cashmere Dress Lengths, 6yds. 10s. 3d., worth 17s. Sd. Venetian Costume Cloth Dress Lenaths, Bydj. lis. 9d., worth 16s. 9d. Navy anil Blaci Serges, 3a. lid., 10s. 9cl., and 113. 3d. dress ot 6vda. lllack. Plain, and Fancy  Dre&3 Lengths, 8s. lid., U,. 9d.. and Us. ed. English Frmt Drcsa Lengths; 2s. lid., Is. Od., and MM' "o'W'ELL and JAMES (Ltd.), _5, 7, 9, BEOENT-STRKET, S.W._ KID GLOVES Feriect shape and fit. Prince, ii'ake, !u ail new winter shatiea; alro biaek and wlr.te. lour buttuua. Sample puir pott free Is. Ud., SIX PAIRS ioiiC3.6ii. afKUEGLOVU �t the ^ume pr.ee. DE3ENE Alt & FBKF.RODY Y/igmore-st, LONLOi*, W ID   ^LOVES. KIU OL0VES- �>KA REWARD. - THE COSTUME eyejif SUPPLY CO.-To introduce our wonderful REWARD. - THE rtvtJiJ  SUPPLY C 'tailor-made Ccstuuiea to the Public, we have decided to ylvo away as Chriatmas bcxea 1,000 of them absolutely frtv. Scad at ones to under-ineiitioned adiire&, lor measurement form, enclosing halfpenny atamp for postage. This ia not a catch, and tho above reward will he paid.tc any ono who Itaviag taken ad\-antag,) of our p(�5i�6 fof their ^sttlnte.'23lbteJTtte. address, il MOBiON. Cdleman-street. Fara-gato, Bolherham. 5, Graftcn-atreet, New Jlond-strost, W. MESSRS. GREEN and RICHAEDsOSr wilt oELL b.- AUCTIO-V, upoa *B* PBEJUSHS, r'SIDAY, December 22nd, 1S3J, nt 2 otdoei putto. Ituliv, FUiCKIis. PUBNITCBK and EFFECTS, com--prlsiEK 1 large n-irrflrs. consci and deal tables, dea* -counter, gas stoves, electric light itttings, and effect*. Catalrgue of ilessrs. Beecraft, Sou3, and Nicholson,. Draoe.-s' Valuera. 12, Wcod-Krtct, E.C.. or of the AaOf ttoaee".  JJ, Bedfcrd-row.  London,  W.C_ UPPER NORWOOD.- Convenient, it-� ��tacked doubie-frented BESfPENCE, anown �� J,;=iaouil, No. �3. Aiiciiand-road, to be SOLD by ACC-TION. at the JiABT. E.C.. on WEDNESDAY, January; I7th.-1520. Three reception rooms', conservatory, 8 oed.; rooms, dressing room, bad , 211, and ii30, OLD-STREET (next City-road), E.C. Observe the address. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, i Useful and .\r;i3t;c \     Inspection invited. TO WATCU BUYERS.-Tha Be9t Watchi-j ar* KENDAL and DENTS,, makers 10 her- llAJEtiiT'S royal Ji'aVY (a u^ranitw at ux-cellenc . Splendid valus In watches and Jewpllory. Silver Luvcra from ^23.  upwards;  Goid Lovers from �b S3. UnwJrcL?. Enormouj Stock cf Jewellery," Ciccka, CuUery, Plate, etc Lats^t Dta.gas ami Uiglwst quality. KENDAL and DENT, 106.  Chcapsido,  London. Post orders receive prompt, attention. Writo to" large .Iiu.rtra.eti caLalo;;u^'. post free. nHHE ART OE CLEANING PLATE AND JL JE'.VELLERY. Borklet, pL-t free. SPINK and SON, fcilveramiths, 17 and 13. PICCADILLY. LONDON. TV. "JJACKNEY JptJRNISHING ASSURANCE .hook for salo; �4 to �5, aa required on Hcyai-Lcndon Friendly rieciety; Wcohvicn dLb-l> id.-Apgly_ 1. B.t 17, Itathnicre-st. Chariton. S.E. CHEESEMO^aEP-'fi and noulterer'a; West-ead; thorocgrhly sound business; every investigation; tiianffed ones in 2a years; prico �,450; lonp ie^se. at �85; piinctnals only treated with.-A. C., ii7, Central Market, Smithfleiu. C O.VFECTIOXERY and teas; main read;  stamp.- Tiller, j, Evclyg-rd, Richmond, gurrfy. OOTJSTRY PUBLIC KOCSE for sale, in nvll-knovn corarty townt under good brewers; splendid hsme, and ciccitent valuation of fixtures, IiUinss, acd h^usa full of modern furniture; together with hcrso, trap, harness, etc.; prica �i00.-Address, with stamped envelope. Tenant, c.a. Messrs. titre&t and Co., 30, Corn-hill. E.C. IT.LVE ART and'picture frame maXer's business for rtl?; eld estahiishfrri; cioing a liiorouffhJy ffenuins trnde; *itasted in jcod main road pcs.tian; b'cuth Lcndon suburb; 3 years' agreement, renewable: price �300: etodi *nd everything incluoed.-Apply to W.. c.o. Scllc*. torj.. 1&2. Rorongh >Iigh-st, London. S.E. ]j    \i ii-^ i'   A   LEAiiiN u   PAL'Eii   says   of  our flrit: -The   " Weekly Llapaici ' ci" duiy 19. iwu: - A Greit ii;re t u:ni�luiin Co.-iiuw popular mis system hza ice-. u\e ia ciduut by the uzxr*.-J ortiiuary growtn c(. tho uusinssa ci tho fiaciajp ! {"ijrnlshins CL-mr-any.     It ,d i.ard to we- how I ;uis couitl be ttnefv/iae, rt^ardiris special faulii- tlts* t affords to cubtcmei-s. Vi3:U^^ ;La exteu-sIvb sqqw-r&uais, .ctcaaiiig purchah^ra &a�e a maijnihceni itcc!^ lu select from-to iurniah a hrv.^o m any j�iylo they may Uusire, paying on a sc&lo ot MtenJed pay men td. cash prices only bfin? charged, and no bill ct sals or publicity whatever atuchln? to the transaction." GENERAL  TERMS. �13 worth   ...........  ^0 a 0 per month. �20 worth ............     0 10- 0 per nioatiu �;^ worth ............     0 lj 0 per month. *,� vfDTin ............     15 6 per month. �50 worth ............     17 8 per month, �100 wonh ...........     2 5  0 per mofuh. �^00 worth ............     5  0  C per luuaih. -aj-0 DEPOSITS REQUIRED. I'UULXC CAUTION.-IVo ^ro act ccnnectcd tri;h ai\j cth'jr firiT.3 in Lcodon. car culy piacg oi tUJiticrs oifn-r aaove. The o&^"U3 or d'-s-h  JHUBEY'S   fLLUSTRATED This week will tm tha most Brilliairk, Order iu ad-^uica to- avoid ulaitpoolni-mcnt. s. D' .OT AND IE KANGAROO. � 20 PCLL-PAGE' ILLUSTBATIOS3. Price S3, 6d. net. "he "o.-cctator" says:-� " A taltj with a purpoae so good u to nuie this n\ merit r�Lher than a defect." THOMAS BURLEIGH, 17, CftCtl-court, W.C. By pust Is. Id. 17ih Thousand. A Word of Comfort to Mourners. LOVE BEYOND THE GRAVE. Ly the Riiv. A. tfmXCK.!rfAy. U.udon: PALMER and SPA'S, 32. Little Quecmt.. SOW READY. PRICE 23. W. SIR RUBER � tEEL. By LORD ROaEBERY. CAS SELL and coMi'A^Y, Limited, London; and alt tan c!v.-c tiers. Isovf Rtaay.   price 5s. THE   DEATH   Oil  GLORY   BOYS.'* Tha Story of the 17th Lancers. By D H. PARRY. CAS SELL and COHPA>"Y, Ltd., London; and ail Boat, aollers. 2i u11C Now ready, in a coicurtd wrapper, price Sd., post tsm iiU*. tne -s DOUBLE EXTRA CHRISTMAS NTJ1U UER of the MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF FICTION, csuaiatiug �jf A   COilPLETE NOVEL, j\ Entiued g 1 REEN EYES AND CURLY HEAD. VX  i3y tue Author cf ~ Kitty, Lil. and Anotncr,^ iiugeia,*' " For .'iita," * iidttle'a aL3taJta," etc Londcn; V.*. 6TEVE.V6. Ltd.. 421, dtranu; and aif Nawa. viiiidors. ROOKS  for  PRESENTS  and"PRlZE3. Tha largest stock in Lcndon to select from at dlsocomt prices. Our NEW LIST cf recent books just issued will b* forw^rdeU free on receipt of address-A. �n4 p. DEN'XY. 334. Strand; W.C; and 32, Charlpg-crcss, 8.W. 4&&fo FLAYS, 2,c00 RECITATIONS.- Hjrj^yS'^ PLAYS, r.KCTTLES, and ROOKS ON AiUisJiiilSTis ',j:n.vd',r,z tl.ajaots. < bildi*n'� Playau 3iake-up Aitides, SIc.nolcgucs, Mrs, Jarley's Tfaxworks, Musical fcl*.*.tht3,   hitaiitnsef tho Grrat S"orth�a hen JletropUJiLJj liaih^ays. b\, Pantras Statin, iMidland Raia^ay) :scti:ar liirg* fsctcrie.-* and school;; gco-l hensa to live In; garden, etc.; r^ni wwkly and rafes; all at �25.- Appiy_Thomr.s Young,_2. Hr^rxdway._Bark:ES Tcu-n. r*f* INSCRASCli AOS.NXY; iT'.-cri tfflre; popultus disine*.; splendid oppi-'ituaity frr seed man:-:s:ttl3*"3.c! ary reason for sellin?; hest (Ji'er EtccpteU.- Apply 121. London-rtf. Kingstcn-cr.-Thamea._ A^*J'(\i\ -T" KI1 '"^nediiite purchas';r an oid-estab-cv *m\J\Jm JbheU c-aj. carrliigw, and lurniture re-movir.g business u> be K.ld ; 3 gooii hoi-ses, 2 carriages, co.il v.nr.s apr^DK vai-f. harntss, -nd all accessories.-Apply to Mr. Mason, Windsor._   _ -Full-aicen3cd hcuse; principal housoT 3wA.*Ovlw� close to two largo Government, establishments; now doin* a lar^e trade.-Apply Mr. Clinton, Canal-walk, Landport. H 'Ai-TSOMrf,   char-a-bancj,   landaus.-ilarston,   litaQ. tcrd st,   Birmingham. HXTSTERS.-Three extremely clever hunters, up to _     13. 15. and 12at.; 5t,nnd.-6. Xcrlli-st. Taunten. "TJ.ARROT;   srand  ycung  Amazon!   taikii!    whistl-s -    cries. iau=hs; with s=od cage. 253.-Stephens. 2C3 Shafusoury-aveauj. Lendoc. CYCLES AND  MOTORS. BICYCLE for sale: Roval psv.-ho; sph-ndld crmdlticn-__�12 lSs.-Ej.-fon   o -r-r.' B:ckm*a:sr.-s.rth. LADY'S SAJFETT: ^oud ccnditicn';' �-1 SteTrTS Grcek-st. s -l-.-ao,  'i.". Lady'b f:r:.i irnd.' 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N L pn.- nci.'tia ;  leading ! :   App'etiy'* �jr.aiua: 1 purchaaed;    hardly ' warranty : tmr-sfcrred; approval willingly: lowest �7 each; worth dou.ne.-85. R^tory-ri, Stck-j yswingtsn._ SWIFT 'BICYCLE foT'sieT^o. 1: ffec wh-el: back break; bought Decemher Sth;  Eeaving Eng^mci.- 6,, Greeacroit-sardea3, South nampate^d. M ATESTT  PRESS  OPINION. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, 21st May, UGt t�ys"'Ihe Ecuso JStautiiuI.-The MJdlandfftn�� r.;ah;ng Ccropony, Judd-stre*t� Kustitu-rgaJ, �{ which Mr. Geo. Michael ia manager, publish; onaot the handsomest illustrateti ' turmahim/ yuidw cr the ;e;.scn. It is admirable *s � worit of ait, and a complete vaae. mecum to tha hous* teaub'.ul. 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