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London Mid Surrey Times And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 1, 1899, London, Middlesex Saturday july 1, 1899. Women in Congress. The great International Congress women opened monday afternoon in the convocation Hall Church House countess Aberdeen As president the Congress delivered an eloquent and sympathetic address Welcome. For the past eleven years she sail the Council had been evolving itself and had branches throughout the world representatives having been sent even from China and Persia. In each the countries represented the movement was probably taking shape differently according to the Genius acid spirit each people and above Ever thing it was desirable that the Congress should let a International in character. Lady Aberdeen claimed Cial indulgence from the members Congress for All delegates and visitors in face the. Great difference opinion which would necessarily prevail the subjects discussed. The Quot Council hoped added the speaker that the gathering they had convened a women experienced in work various kinds in various parts the world would result not Only in an enlargement mind but in Mutual understanding each others work and a realisation each others difficulties Waluch would strengthen thai Bonds love and Faith which United members and which would make the International Council a very living reality for Good. Lady Ali Erdeen stated that the Council Quot a is pledged to further the movement for International arbitration. The Congress went through an exhaustive programme tuesday including questions professions open to women a subject which was discussed with much spirit notably by a number foreign lady delegates. Mrs. Fenwick Miller discussed the effect Domestic life tin entry women into professions and Madame Antoinette Stirling took part in the discussion. The women s suffrage question was dealt with also that prisons and reformatories and Art As a profession for women. In the evening a reception was held at the National Liberal club at Hilt a delegates from All parts the world were present. The Congress had another Busy Day discussion wednesday. In Westminster town Hall a school a a was the subject under discussion. Mrs. Stanton Hatch disc ism d the question a should training in childhood and youth Bend itself to the definite preparation for a particular career in adult life ii he deprecated the introduction Domestic into the primary schools. She pleaded for a lengthening the period infancy As being Best Lor the efficiency the adult to Weiyien had Long ago found out that it was a mistake to adapt trades to educational needs. Anil we had All arrived at the same goal As regards our a Guys. List h Ith girls the question mull training is still under discussion. In the other papers devoted to the subjects a a a labour legislation for Quot Domestic service Quot and a duties women in 1�?Tui lie life were read the principal contributors hot ing in the first named subject mrs. Flora Annie steel Kassandra Viva Ria mrs. Ileine Nannt Fraulein von Milde Lien Nan lady Lindsay and miss heat Rice Harraden. In the other subjects papers were read by Signorina Montessori Baroness Alexandra Gripenberg mrs. In Samweli 1 , and others. Women and nation. The International Council women held a great Public meeting at tie Queen s Hall London tuesday night in support the principle International arbitration. Very gallery and tier the Large Hall was crowded while there was not an a Unity seat either in the area the the countess Aberdeen who presided and made the those effective womanly speeches Lor which she is famed was followed by archbishop Ireland st. Paul osmium Sota. Iii Grace made some in it ints which were cheered. War. He urged at its h st was nothing but the deliberate killing men. Nowadays the destinies nations were in the hands the nations a themselves. Kings and parliaments treat As they might be had nevertheless to la it a before the irresistible might Public opinion. The Peoples nowadays would hesitate Long before they consented to go to the Baroness Bertha von Suttner who was Down to move the chief Resolution the evening was unable to attend through illness but a stirring and pathetic missive from her was read by mrs. Resolution a that to in International Council women do take Steps i every country to further and Advance by every Means in thu in Power the movement towards arbitration a was carried by acclamation. Women bombard a vessel there was an extraordinary scene riot Douglas Quay the other night. A Schooner arrived from London during the Day with Cement and a boy a who had shipped in London for his first voyage came ashore and complained that the mate had ill treated him. The police inquired carefully and concluded there was no truth in he statement and that the boy was Only anxious to leave the ship. The Story however spread quayside imputation and women gathered in Large numbers the Quay and bombarded the Schooner with great stones smashing the Cabin and binnacle Glass and doing other considerable damage. The Bov has been sent Home. Embezzlement and restitution at the Central criminal court London before the recorder Henry Clay aged fifty Cigar merchant who appeared in a delicate state health and who had pleaded guilty at the previous sessions to embezzlement As a co partner was brought up for . Mathews who appt and for the prosecution said that . Clifford the partner defrauded desired to strongly recommend the acc Sal to merciful treatment indeed he went so far a to Pray that accused might be allowed to return to the firm to assist in preparing for the Sale the business. Without his assistance the value the business would be materially depreciated the Case was a very sad one arid . Clifford had a Strong belief that there was no intention the accused a part to permanently deprive him the Toney. Since the last sessions he had made restitution �1,000, and was desirous repaving the whole amount �2,600 so soon As he . Elliott for the accused urged mitigating tilt recorder hound Over the accused i i his own recognizance a �530 to come up for judgment if called upon. A bigamist a curious defence. Thomas Bamburg a builders manager formerly Exeter was charged at the Leicester assizes with bigamous a marrying Selina Kate Lawrence. Prisoner married a girl named Annie Ellis at Exeter in 1886. After a time the parties separated and prisoner coming to Leicester married miss Lawrence. He denied marrying Ellis and urged that she had really wed a Soldier named Bembury in jury however thought prisoners identity Clear and he was sentenced to six months Vard labour. Circus stand collapses. An alarming Accident happily unattended by any Ery serious consequences occurred tuesday evening during a performance Sanger a circus at Whitchurch Salop at which at amt 6,000 persons a were present. The shilling seats were densely crowded and suddenly there was a loud cry from that part the enclosure followed by the. Sudden collapse the seats. A scene much excitement vat naked. The performance course was Stop it a Ltd sad people rushed from All parts the circus to tinder assistance. Many persons were badly crushed out., and bruised but no one was killed the most serious injury being a broken leg. On learning the Accident nearly All the residents the town rushed to the circus ground. New Post office Bank offices. The Prince and Princess Wales and other members the Royal family visited South Kensington saturday afternoon when the Prince Laid the foundation Stone the Central offices for the Post office savings Bank. The Cereac in took place in a marquee erected for the occasion. On the arrival the Royal party the Duke Norfolk postmaster general read an address describing the Progress and present position the Post office savings Bank. The Prince in reply expressed Tho great interest which the Queen had always taken in the Bank and the satisfaction with which she had seen it business attain to its present proportions. The Stone was then Laid with the customary formalities and a successful ceremony concluded with prayer offered up by the Bishop London. Bishop London the Church. The Bishop London speaking saturday afternoon at a Garden party which he gave at Fulham Palace to officials the London diocesan Branch the Church defence committee said the one enemy the Church England was ignorance a not Illy the part those who were not members her body but among those who professed to belong to her. It. Was most necessary if we would understand our own Church and our own religious position that we should study it in the Light its historical development and consider the pangs in which it was born. It was a National Church the Church a free people and All its difficulties arose from those two things. A Church which faced the actual facts always had and must have difficulties in every age and generation. It had to face things As they arose. The question continually arose whether they would it be Freer if they had no connection with tie state. There was no eternal truth involved the nation might have a Church not As it liked. It was an open question and it always must. Be. But for his own part he had rather have the Church Dis endowed than disestablished. If they were robbed that was one the things the had to face As a contingency possible in All partially civilised societies. But if they were disestablished they would be Cut off for Ever from their connection with the state and he should be sorry to see the state vote itself so bad could go letter without religion altogether. The Bishop urged in conclusion the importance Case the Church properly and truly before the nation. To be hanged. A Young Gardener named Charles Maidment was at the Winchester assizes sentenced to death for the murder his sweetheart Dorcas Houghton. The pair had been keeping company for a year but april 18th miss Houghton desired to close the engagement. She agreed to meet him next Day in Swanwick Lane and did so with two three presents his. I Pon tins he Drew a revolver and shot her dead. Afterwards he ran to Fareham police station and gave Hii self up to the police to whom he confessed his guilt. The defence Sec up was one insanity. A the kissing a mysterious insect popularly called a the Riding Bug a has recently made its Appi Arance at \ Ashington causing widespread suffering. Hundreds people says a correspondent have been attacked by the insect which usually sallies Forth at night and bites the upper lips its victims. The result this a a kiss is intense redness and a painful swelling. A the kissing Bug a is Almut half an Inch Long and has a Sharp beak which punctures the flesh. Some entomologists i Eliveo that it was brought to Washington in the mail from the philippine. It has already appeared in Jersey and Liew York fears a i invasion. Statue to the author a Tom Browne a school tie archbishop Canterbury and . Groschen were present at the speech Day at. Rugby school saturday and the archbishop afterwards unveiled a statue the late Tom Hughes the author a Tom Browne a school Days a which has been erected 1 chiefly by the subscription s old archbishop observed that Hughes was not a Man commanding ability except in one sense Genius but lie had drunk in in a marvellous degree the spirit which angina de his old headmaster Arnold after paying a warm tribute to Arnold a great qualities and services he said it was Good that the statue Hughes should stand amongst them to Levi find the school that wonderful past when under Arnold a inspiration Rugby became a Model for the future English Edauta a few words from lord Cross who said he had been in the sixth form at Rugby under . Arnold and had never forgotten the lessons he Learnt under him . Roschen said he was glad to assist in unveiling the statue one who to ids mind was in a certain sense the greatest Schoolboy who Ever lived. Tom Hughes More than any other englishman was the incarnation the highest form the British Schoolboy. The whole his life from his Rugby Days to the end was a Fine English Bishop Hereford and the Dean Wells also spoke. Or. Chamberlain the Transvaal difficulty. Or. Chamberlain speaking at the annual meeting the grand committee the Birmingham Liberal unionists association devoted his remarks almost exclusively to the Transvaal difficulty. He traced the history our relations with the Transvaal Foi the last eighteen years in order to Shew that this country a i again and again dealt with the Republic with magnanimity and forbearance that four times at least the aggressions and intrigues the Loers had brought us to the verge War with them and that their persistent refusal political and civil Equality to the outlanders was not merely a wrong to Thein but a standing menace to the peace South Africa and to the British position As Paramount Power there. It was said that patience and moral yet bring about a satisfactory settlement. He devoutly prayed that they might but there came a time when patience could scarcely be distinguished from weakness and moral pressure became a farce which could not be continued without loss self respect. He trusted that time would never come in this instance. The Empress Russia. At Peter at noon monday the Empress Russia gave birth to a daughter who has been named Marie. An artillery Salute was fired in honour the event from st. Peters fortress. This is the third daughter born to their Imperial majesties. General convicted As a spy. The trial the italian general Giletta the charge espionage was opened monday at Nice. Tho counsel for the. Defence demanded that the proceedings should be Public but at the instance the procurator Gei Iora the tribunal decided to sit with closed court found general ii Etta guilty and sentenced him to five year a imprisonment and to pay a Fine 5,000f. And costs. Lion quelled by a bike., a one writes a correspondent in coming Back from the mini s Mali a Young englishman his bicycle had to pass along a narrow Footway which had Quot been trodden by natives. Right in front him he a great lion in his path. I concluded that he could not turn Back with safety so lie dallied ahead straight at. The lion. The lion seemed to pause and consider the situation and then he turned aside and made his Way into the missions in workhouses. The eight Dav s missions which have teen conducted by the special a missioners the Church in the prisons England and Wales during the last two it ars proved so i Kirk Abby Sticks it Ful that the Council tie n solved last month to Otter to the five Hundred 15o ads guardians throughout the country the services these Missi Oneia for similar missions in the workhouse s. The entire Cost As in the Case the prisons being 1 erne by the . Over a Hundred workhouses have already been nicked for the missions Are in process being arranged and the Council the society Are hoping for great things in in this Branch their work. Missions have let can conducted in Salford Stoke Trent Isleworth Minster Ramsgate Eastbourne Newmarket and st. Georges Hanover Square workhouses and in every instance the authorities report most warmly As to the Glt work done by the a missioners. In no Case is tie discipline work tin House interfered with. To carry this work will mean a considerable addition to Quot the annual expenditure the Church Luk the Council Are full Faith that the necessary funds will be forthcoming. The heat in London. Monday proved to be the second hottest Day experienced in London this year the thermometer at noon in the strand registering 117deg. In the Sun. As a result tie re were several cases heat stroke dealt with at the hospitals and stations the ambulance corps though none them appear to have been a a serious character. In several part s. Of the West end horses were seen a wearing their Sun narrow escape bathers. A party students belonging to a ladies school who with to Weir governess were visiting the coast Between Ilfracombe and Lee were bathing near Ilfracombe saturday when they found to Weir exit from the bathing place Cut off by the flowing tide. Not one knew their perilous position but Albert Hooper fourteen years age son councillor Hook it who was his Way to Lee noticed something strange the Beach. Lie ran towards the Cliff where lie discovered fifteen Young ladies in the water crying for help while three others were clinging to a Rock. The la l ran to Lee half a mile Distant and implored the Boatmen to launch a boat which after considerable trouble they did and tin bathers were rescued. Had it not been for the boy a. Prompt action the whole party must have been drowned. Hundreds had assembled the Beach when the Rescue was felted. Thrashed by a lady cyclist. An extraordinary scene was witnessed the other morning in Peel Lane. A hug and Little used thoroughfare connecting Little ii Ulton with Tyldesley. The principal participants wire a Young lady cyclist and a youth it f Nineteen Twenty. The lady was proceeding at a Good Pace Wlben in a quiet part the Road a Young Man we had apparently been imbibing stepped into the Roadway and addressing some in arks to the cyclist made As if he intended to pull her off the mad Ine. immediately alighted caught hold the astonished youth and gave him a sound thrashing using her fists in scientific fashion to the Delight several Colliers who came upon the scene. Tho Young Man made off and the cyclist who is believed to be a Bolton lady noted for her athletic it Owers rude towards told Elev. A chapter misery. A painful scene was witnessed at. The East Bourne police court the other Day. When James i r in was brought into coi it a Stretcher. He Hist a leg recently in an Accident wife afterwards die an then his Dau Gerfer was taken from him. Lie had to sell his belongings and driven to desperation by his forlorn condition he attempted to commit suicide. The magistrates ordered him to be taken to tie workhouse Indium re the cancer serum. Tin report that two Brussels a doctors had succeeded Iti c ing cancer by Means a Timi therapy has in a 111e-1 i i an inundation . Letters from surf items in d it .vs.-. The doctors will not. Reply to it these inquiries until they have finished their experiments and have obtained a sufficient number cures to justify publication their method. They will then address a Rex it to the Academy Medicine alone. According to a Brussels Corres Kinden it is stated that up to the present no patient has consented to to the treatment till a Complete cute has been established account the painful character the injections. Seventy years married. An old couple in Caithness have just celebrated the Seventieth anniversary their wedding. Or. And mrs. George fraser., Bruster near Thurso who have lived to see the Seventieth anniversary their wedding Day Are both nearly centenarians the husband beige a ninety four years age acid his wife two years older. Or. Fraser was ten years old we Ien the Battle Waterloo was fought. He still remembers it distinctly and lie also can recall having seen As a Hoy men who f tight under Prince Charlie in the rebellion 1745. In his native comity . Fraser had at one time a considerable reputation As a smuggler and a poacher indeed tin Only times lie Lias left the Parish in which he lives were occasions when he was obliged to make journeys to the county prison and there make expiation for some offence he had committed against the Laws relating to game and excise. Real Savages at Early a court. The Savage South africans so extraordinary an attraction at Early a court have had a Little revolt among tin selves. On returning to the Kraal from the Sham fight display in the Empress theatre the Savages kept their War paint and unanimously declined to retire to t heir huts leaving the attendants and interpreters to surmise the reason. Obviously there was mischief brewing blood being up. About two . An explanation was forthcoming in a rather undesirable Way. Some Transvaal Boers whose quarters were As far removed from the Kaffir Kraal As the limits the show would permit determined to visit the Camp their racial enemies and tie zulus Matabele and swazi got wind their intentions. These tribes have a common grudge against the Boers. Consequently the instant the indiscreet dutchmen put in an Apik Arance up Rose the Savages As one Man shouting their War cry. With a keen regard for their skins the Boers instantly wilted vaulting the. Turnstiles like direr. The handful attendants night duty were confronted with the dangerous task keeping the Savages within Bounds and As one them remarked to Lam tvs representative they had to fight for their lives. Savages once fairly roused will not submit to the indignity arbitration but must find an outlet for their passions. One after another the White men went Down a before the Knob ferries the rioters and there were Assegai a flying in the air. Repeatedly the Blacks rushed at the Gates but eventually returned inside for a fret fight among themselves. A hot ensued during which blood flowed rather freely. After the Battle it was found that the list casualties numbered seven wounded two swazi two Matali Etwo zulus and one Kaffir Ziy. These Are in Hospital and All Are reported doing Well. A i should have got Iny quietus a said an attendant a but for the Protection a swazi who covered my head with his shield As a Matalice was swinging his Knob Kerry Over me while i was Down Liaf stunned my then were no two opinions among the interpreters but that the Boers were the Ca tse the trouble. While the French barque Louis Pasteur from san Francisco with a cargo wheat was entering Queenstown Harbour saturday a. Seaman fell from tie Nia Inyard deck and was lulled the shot. Tie tar quo was Suh Sejm for the sum �120 penalty for alleged incorrect Bill . Tie writ was issued out the High court Amir Alt it a in Ireland. J ammonia for whisky. Or. Dan Foril Thomas has held an inquest at Holloway the body William Hunt forty seven an Organ a build . Evidence was Given that the deceased seeing a Quarter let Oft a with a Spiro Nettl fluid in it standing the sideboard put the neck the bottle into his Mouth and swallowed the contents. Then he exclaimed a Quot Oliaf was in the Mittle ? because i tipped if up. Thinking that it was his wife replied that it was ammonia she having bought a Pennyworth tie previous Day to fake some grease out a coat. An antidote was administered i but death ensued within an jury returned a verdict death by misadventure. Gold seekers fearful fates. Some terrible stories arc being told the Yukon Road parties miners in their insane desire to reach Klondike having been Frozen and starved to death. A party ten twelve Are sup it used to live been lost the mountains the upper Lair River Early in the present year. Their starting Point says a correspondent the air mint Ham l Ost in a letter from Victoria British Columbia was Twenty a Nils above fort Laird two Hundred Miles West the a Mackenzie liver and they were bound for Theta per Laird Post. With their Indian guides they were ninety Days the Trail which led Over a High Range known As the Hay mountains. While the top the Range the Snow heavily the Indian guides slipped away from them in the gloom abandoning the men to1 their Fate. Not one them has Ever been seen since. One the returned miners tells a most appalling is Ory starvation a tributary the Laird River his companion discovered the body a Man in a tent a the had a thrown Back the flaps and All he could stammer As he stood in the doorway was a look a at the far end the tent was a rough table and a Box which had evidently served for a seat. Between this Box and the stove stretched the ground his face Lay the body a mail. Although it was Char that he had been dead for months the remains were in a remarkably Good state preservation the intense cold having prevented the Advance . On the table we found a Small diary lying open. The last entry had been made in january 1898, and it ran thus hands and a feet Are Frozen and i done to think i can stand this suffering much longer. I am helpless. And my chum with whom i have had some words has left the diary shewed that the Man was an american named the a a a chum will have a bad time it if 1� turns up. It is also estimated altogether that from thirty to forty miners have lost their lives while attempting to Cross the great slave Lake during the present Spring. It is visited by tremendous whirling gusts which right sails to ribbons and raise a sea that swamps any open boat in a moment. Some the relics discovered Are very pathetic. On the lost miners Hail Cut. With great neatness the trunk a tree by the Trail if Hellas Liiv worse than this Trail. I m taking a . Thi despairing Man May have taken his own life. Still another hapless wanderer had carved the bark the tree at the foot which his decaying Lindy was found a Emily Quot these Are Only a few the sad tokens despair and affection left by the men who knew that Liev were doomed never to see their friends again. The Transvaal crisis. Rumours Privateering. Taken in conjunction with the fact that renewed activity is prevalent in the administration Irish american secret societies in York Philadelphia and Chicago for Sony Little time past the information a that a a a a ivies us from a South african source possesses a ominous significance says the st James it. Is that president Kriiger and Renery Lambert. Have been persuaded to give attention to the insidious counsel Irish american adventurers who have not real sympathy for interest in the Boer cause Ami whose Alliance with it is solely based up in their insane hatred England. A number self style military deputies have recently arrived in Pretoria fro Iii the United states. The Mir pose their visit to South Africa is Well known in certain quarters both in York and Pretoria and its disclosure Here will it is to be fervently hoped completely extinguish the amiable intentions its prom items. The a a clan a Gael a in sending this precious Mission to South Africa Hases its action upon the Assumption that the Transvaal is really an Independent. Republic. Now the Legal advisers the a clan nag i Quot la maintain that a foreign Power cannot possibly be regarded As a Vassal As under the Suzerain another Power. And As a Consol lie Nee the Transvaal government not having been a part to the declaration Paris is by a International Law competent to Issue a letters the subsidising privateers by the would it is urged by Oom Paul a fenian advisers alter at once the whole aspect tie situation. The question Privateering has been put before the Transvaal authorities in the most tempting Light. No funds have been asked fur merely the authority for legalised piracy which his maladroit advisers insist the president has the right and Power granting. The Irish am rican fenian to Day is keenly aware that it is utterly impossible for the United states govern Niento to prevent Light heeled Craft destined for Privateering fan slipping out some port along the coast line the Eastern states. There is a Large balance clan a Gael funds still at the disposal Quot the gentlemen who have hitherto confined themselves to reach the Mahdi and the Khalifa to helping the in ers with the services list this departure is a very differ lit matter a and it needs very serious consid rat Ion. A Hague tragedy. In Marcia lat Captain Vomer the dutch jealous the too great intimacy that existed Between his wife Ami a certain mine. A Ley a killed both women with a revolver. Counsel pleaded insanity but the tribunal condemned Vemer to three years hard labour. On Friday a great sensation was produced by the fact that tie condemned Man who had App a cd and was to have appeared before the Appeal court in eight Days hanged himself in his cell. Personal gossip. It is not True declares the Genth Scoman that Tho Princess Wales is going to Munden in july As stated in several papers and it is an extraordinary fact that her Royal highness has Only been one 3 at Munden in the past six years although she has frequently been reported As being there. When the Young Duchess Marlborough first came to Blenheim she was so Youthful in appearance and manner that few gave her credit for possessing decided views and opinions her own although it could hardly be otherwise with an american girl. Recently her Grace has Shewn an increasing interest in. Women a movements More particularly those relating to the. Higher education. The Duchess is opinion that a woman cannot be too. Highly educated for her duties in life and that head knowledge is not detrimental to a wife and Mother but the other hand is calculated to the better enable her to perform her duties. The various rumours regarding lord Kitchener being appointed to India the War Oitice and various other posts should be accepted with Ever so Many grains Salt says the h Eft inst a Gazette. In the first place lie is at Home leave absence in the second he returns to the Soudan and thirdly there is to be another expedition this autumn in Pursuit the Khalifa. The Sirdar a Mission Here is principally connected with this latter object although there Are other important matters course under consideration. Topping amp spindle r Hardaway it Topping. Flushing Holland double and treble event Sec 8.p. . Babes. Tit Continental sportsman. Puum Tiric dil7 during Eason Coli Tataina latest cum movement Kun important its. In receipt add Rem. Th4 oldest Flat Tim a4 Moat Jeyte Naium vim ita kind in world. All Luttan to a to due iz.u38ivq, Holl Sfax tack incl Young lady s suicide. An inquest has been held at Hampstead Tho body miss Charlotte add . Of 25, Lancaster Road la Ark who committed suicide by cutting her Throat a be Censed left behind her an envelope Ini which she had written. A i nth the Day Dawn and the shadows Llee miss Addison had suffered much from m Lan Liolia and was subject to delusions. A a verdict suicide whilst unsound mind was returned. Defrauding advertisers. At the old Hailey Janies Sanders Twenty six pleaded guilty to obtaining two Gold watches and other property by false . Macmahon prosecuted behalf the a f Ami Mart newspaper proprietors. The prison a replied Tri advertisements in the mud Muri offering articles for Sale a Telegram generally following stating that he had deposited the value the. Property with the proprietors the paper. In this Way lie succeeded in Many cases in defrauding persons their property. The la recorder postponed sentence to Ena get the prisoner to give the police certain info Itati Iti. Aviti Craft up to Date at the West London police court . Lanes advice was sought for by a Middle aged Niqui who told a strange Story. He said he was electrified and had been sus end i in mid air with the Aid wires which encircled his to . Lane,-q.c. Well have you any witnesses to prow that you have Lieen subjected to such treatment a applicant . Lane if you bring a witness i will consider if lean Grant Vou a summons. It is rather a serious matter. Its a form witchcraft for which people were Burnt in ancient Days. Laugh ter a the applicant with All. Earnestness said to would attend with his witness and then withdrew. During the visit Princess Clementine Belgium to Lia moral her Royal highness has Early each sunday morning driven nine Miles Castle to Braemar in order that site might attend service in the roman Catholic Church. The la Princess drove by the Lions Kace and which is Tho Queens Favourite Road when going up Dee Side. General the Marquis do Gallifent. The French minister War was lion in 1330, entered the in 1848, and served in the Crimea and in Mexico where he was wounded and . Algeria. He distinguished himself the Rhine in 1870, was a prisoner at Sedan and after the. Peace took a prominent part in putting Down the commune. To next served again in Algeria openly adhered to the Republic Anil became the Friend Gambetta. He retired a few years ago irom Active service. Iii last Post was that inspector general cavalry and he was chiefly instrumental in bringing that Force to its present state efficiency. His High opinion colonel la in Juart who served under him is Well known. The Young Landgrave Ilessie Darmstadt who i As just comp sed a mass. Which was produced at the Madeleine with much Success was born Blind. Thanks to a recent operation he is Able to distinguish the presence Light. Of course Hia music is All dictated but lie has Learnt the Art composition thoroughly and is a splendid pianist. He is Able to play by ear and in tie right key any piece music however difficult once he has. Heard it performed the in Rince who was in his youth a student at Leipsic and studied for a while at our own Royal Academy music had a Short time ago Seine a his songs produced at a London concert. It. Will be news to most us that our. Mercantile Marine has a Marquis before the Mast. But tie st. Ii he it no pm i tells us the arrival at Nap Deon a Rock an --1r.dian liner the Hesperus one whose Crew to the m Tiuis Iraq Iasi eldest soil the Ditke . Be. He is said to he keenly interested in the Mercanti a Marine and to to engaged in getting a thorough insight into the working failing ships with a View to qualifying like lord , for a masters certificate. He is described As being very popular Board and As taking his full share the Wol the ship. An almost forgotten Romance the Tho sea is that the elder brother the a resent. Karl Aberdeen who shipped As a common Sailor a voyage from America to Australia. He went aloft the night juiuary.27th, 1870, in a terrible storm and was never seen again. Captain g. Be c. Gerton c.i�z., who has been selected for the command the first class battleship Majestic in succession to Prince Louis Bat Teisberg has secured Aii Excello int reputation As a torpedo st. As a fact he. Was last year made assist ant direct Quot torpedoes. The Captain a who accompanied the Arctic expedition 18 75-6, served with the naval brigade under hear Admiral. Rawson in 1895 in the punishment my Monk and in Tho. Capture his stronghold my Weli. Lie was present at the bombardment and capture the Sultan Zanzibar a Palace and lie took part in the punitive expedition against the King Benin. And was present at the capture the City Benin. The Captain s decorations include the Llama tie a society a modal. Three liferoat3ien drowned. A Corres indent at South Piort states that a sad Accident took place late monday night off the pier whereby William Robinson coxswain the South Piort Lifeboat John Robinson his son and Fred. Rigby a son in Law were drowned. If appears that the Royal institution life boat had drifted 1 Roni her moorings shoreward Anil Hail got among a number Small boats. In order to free her and take her into deep water six men and the coxswain Tho Lifeboat were engaged for some time Oil a vessel which was moored with heavy chains. During Tho operation the Anchor had to be raised., carried 3onie distance in a punt Anil then dropped. In letting the Anchor Down from the punt however it caught in tin gunwale and pulled tie Little boat right Over. The men were thrown water and there being a Strong incoming tide Thero seemed no Chance rescuing them. The Crew a three masted Schooner lying close by immediately Cut away their Dinghy and succeeded in saving four the men. The other a Adios were picked up subsequently. Medical assistance was obtained but life was pronounced to be extinct. The Coolgardie mint. At the Central criminal court. London tuesday before . Justice Darling in the Case sir Alfred Kirby who is charged,.in conjunction with his son. Arthur Kirby and Morris j. Clifford with alleged conspiracy and Fiat id in connection with the Cool Gardie mint and Iron Kin Gold mining company sir. George Elliott for the defence renewed an application which has been made at several previous sessions for a further it the trial As regarded sir Alfred Kirby consequent the con timed indisposition the defendant. He had a medical certificate As to sir Alfred Kirby s state health which stated that it would be dangerous to his life if he had to take his trial . Charles Mathews for the prosecution suggested that Tho trial should be proceeded with As against Arthur Kirby and Clifford and that the Case sir Alfred Kirby should lie further reply to Tho judge . Elliott said that sir Alfred Kirby was suffering from a serious heart affection. The defendants Arthur Kirby and Clifford were most anxious to take their trial As the delay was occasioning them great personal . Justice Darling Joist poised the trial sir a. Kirby but consented to try the Case the other defendants at these sessions. Ruffian gets five years. At. The Central criminal court Londonov tuesday before the common Serjeant Thomas Hartley Twenty three labourer was convicted a robbery with a violence William George Dennis and stealing from him a watch and Chain and two cent pieces. The prosecutor was returning to his Home in Canning town at night when he was accosted by the prisoner and another Inan. was seen to strike the prosecutor a violent blow causing him to fall and dislocate his shoulder. His Eye was Cut open,.and his injuries were such a character that he had since been incapacitated from doing Iii work As a decorator. It was stated that lie would still be under medical care for some time to defence the prisoner represented that he was acting merely the part a Good Samaritan in endeavouring to assist the prosecutor after the assault and robbery by other a it olice stated that the prisoner was a Merlier a gang thieves in the neighbourhood Canning town where no less than fifteen cases this kind had occurred within a very Short whining in be been in and out Hospital my lord for some time common Serjeant you seem to have been very muscular this occasion to Knock a Man Down dislocate his shoulder and incapacitate him from his sergeant in charge the Case said the prisoner who had Lieen previously convicted was an associate a very dangerous gang the common Serjeant then we must get rid. Of him. To the prisoner1 the sentence the court is that you be kept in penal servitude for five years. A a a direction . Fkan7. Wullner conductor the musical Chapel Cologne a tin consist an instrumental a a sinking and music. 1 i Kiriy and an Oivera school also a Seminary for i Nin Oporto Tea pliers. It possesses preparatory classes for piano violin cello and Solo singing play Jun from score italian i a Cla nation history Anil music and admit six pupils to the t Hiir Sini Iii. Orchestral rehear Juuls and classes for Harp also Cedo. Contrib its and wind instruments if desired. 40 instructors. On septem tier Leith at u ., the examination for admission will take Plain a. The fee for one principal Branch and tie obligatory secondary branches is m3001 �15 per Ann if the principal Branch taken up is Solo singing m400 �20. And if the opera school is included m4s0 10s. Per Ann. Far joining the Seminary scholars pay once acid for All m50 �210s further particulars school rebuilt a ions &c., apply by Tetter verb amp ill to the Skurk Tawkiat Orttie 1 wolfs scr. 3. Cologne. A Tull. 18p9. The cog Buttee. Him film i in for the sooth african Gold j j Fields. The Royal Majl find in re Hal i late st Allers sail from Southan Stoit / a uth and East african Porta. Calu hoax a 40 established 1851.birebeck Bank 90� Southampton buildings chancery duo invested funds�10,000,000. No but Keck Almanack with fall particulars pm free _ Khandia Ravenscroft it Lorenzo Ivrose actor twin. To tin l Isert Tler is the soil a la it a Rind ohs Tirc musician Livinio at tint sin till town Tortona Iti i , with. A Iii la Gay was 1 Orn i e Cine i a �0ti. 1872. I was entirely Sulf Taw it lit until six years Ajo when at the As Quot Wei ii to was at inst in a a sit is it i. To obtain regular instruction at the Milan. To Ere lie had the go Oil Fortune to let a discovered by a wealthy Amateur count a Irani Cornu Sehi who sent him to k itis where he continued his studies under tie most favourable allspice. At Twenty three lie was ordained priest and lie is Maestro Ali Capella at st. Mark s in Venice. His works have been Ivi ii hmm one end Italy to the other and have been received every when with an enthusiasm which is. Perhaps in excess their actual merits list a musician such and ideality As Loreu a l is not Likely to be dazzled by a Success which he must know better is rather the Reward Promise than achievement and As he glides his Cathedral choir through the 1 rious music palestrina and Iiah lie will Realise How ions a journey. Lie has yet to travel before he can claim a place anon the immortals. A Hal Quot otherwise the Youri Balcarres oldest son the Karl Crawford is the subject the current a a Unity fair cartoon. Ills lather and. Ligand father were distinguished men Art Anil science and lie himself though Only Twenty seven has Shewn much Talent lie went to id ton and Oxford into parliament As conservative member for Tho Clorley division Lancashire and three years a Quot fat a was appointed private Secretary to tie a Secretary for Ireland. He has . In the House., but a about italian Art caused him to be elected the select committee in respect to the South Kensington Muselin. He is a Young Man Index indent position with a great liking for chess and an equally Strong antipathy to the a quote wines spirits. He is course the grandson the Karl Craft Ord whose body was stolen. In the course some entertaining reminiscences appearing in Tiv it Puritan for july . Francis Forbes says a when i first heard . 1 seedier he was lecturing in Lylall a Llu Dens and wastes society. A his voice was not the penetrating strength . Talmage so his eloquent compatriot a and some tie audience evidently failed tif catch All lie was saving. incessantly shouted a speak up a with such vulgar persistency that a Wehr at last was Rou Sixl into this telling retort �?~1 should have to speak tru Loir Iii cd sir to suit you a turning to my notes this lecture i find that Tho spent key considered there was. A great waste life in the world. A men ought to live to fourscore years a he said. Another his sentences an 1 Ono that was loudly cheered Vas a one sensible hardworking Man is Worth a dozen i it in old Tojie i can give no idea the wit and elocution Ary emphasis with which the late Henry a Ward isee cider spoke. High dramatic Powers and i shall not forgot his description a visit to a picture gallery. As lie paced up and Down the platform and gazed at imaginary canvases it was remarkable to note How every Eye followed him. Pathos too came to Beecher s nature just As appropriately As Humour his tears were very near his eyes. A lie particularly enjoyed surprising an audience with an unexpected remark. A i regard architects a he said a As the Modem pharisees. They make clean the outside while the inside is full dead menus Bones a laughter a otherwise known As renewed laughter . 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