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Hcfore the Oxford Hrlhery Commission, yesterday, Mr Walsh, the Conservative s;ent, made serioua charges of corruption aaillst theTeturniug magistrates of the city. Subsequently he wished to with- draw them, aad also ail charges of corrupt practices against the .Liberals. Being aahed if the Cot'nnis.sioners were to understand that a!I allegations were made merely for political purposes, witness said he honestly ba!:eve'I them, and wouhl do his best to substantiate them. He had never fought a pure election in Oxford. The formal business of Hie autumnal sesaion of the Baptist Union commenced at Bloomsbm-y Chapel, London, yesterday. The Rev. F. Trestrail, presideut, delivered the inaugural address, upon the moral influ- ence of iundelity. In the evening services in connection with the conference were held in various chapels. Lord Beaconsneld's agents at High Wycombe have, by his lordship's instruc- tions, returned 20 per cent. of the half- ye&r's rent just paid by his tenants on the Hnghenden Manor estate. Floods,owingto the late heavy rains,are re- ported from Warwickshire and the Midlands. Jephson Gardens, at Leamington, are partly inundated, and traffic impeded. The nooda in the Shemeld district are increasing. The Banisley-road embankment is gradually giving way, and the neighbouring valley must soon be nooded. Considerable damage is inevitable. Thomas Scony H;UI, who gave himself up for the murder of a Welsh girl at Har- purphey, has been discharged with a caution. Several poor voters examined before the Canterbury Election Commissioners yester- day expressed indifference as to whom they voted for so long as they were paid. The Chester Election Commission opened yesterday afternoon. The president having cautioned the witnesses the inquiry w.is ad- journed. The Central News says it is the inten- tion of the Government to increase the mili- tary establishment in Ireland, but the Horse Guards report a difSculty in providing rein- forcements, owing to the dispatch of troops to India. Several battalions will, however, be available at the end of the year. The notices at North Gawber Collieries, Barnsley, expired yesterday, and the men, numbering 600, have brought out their tools. They struck against a reduction. Yesterday afternoon, in the presence of a large concourse of spectators, the Czar's yacht Livadia left the shipbuilding yard, Glasgow, Admiral Popoff and Mr Pearce, the builder, being on board. The public were excluded. Sir H. Bessemer was yesterday presented with the Freedom of the City of London in a gold casket. In acknowledging the com- pliment, Sir Henry gave a detailed account of the manufacture of steel.

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