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COURANT Office, Tuesday Evening.

DUKE OF WESTMINSTER'S MUNIFICENCE.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

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LETTER FROM LORD ARTHUR GROSVENOR.

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UNIONIST VICTORY AT ALTRINCHAM.

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Mr. J. Holmes, Gipsy-hill, Norwood, was sued at the Lambeth County Court on Tuesday by Daisy Eggleton, servant, to recover 18s. for being dismissed without notice. Defendant said the girl was discharged because she refused to go across the road on an errand while in a print dress. Judge Emden: Things are coming to a pretty pass. indeed. (Te plaintiff) You must not be so particular when in service. Your summons is dismissed with costs. CONSECRATION or BURIAL GROUND AT CHESTER. Yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon, the Bishop of Chester consecrated a new piece of burial ground, 1,443 square yards in extent owned by the Chester Cemetery Co., adjoining River-lane. A number of clergy and several members of the company were in attendance. THB RoUND TABLE CONFERENCE ON RITUAL. -The following official statement has been made with respect to the Round Table Con- ference on Ritual at Fulham Palace:â"The Bishop of London was requested by a resolution of the London Diocesan Conference in May last to summon a Round Table Conference of members of the Church of England, to confer on matters which are at present agitating the Church. This conference has just been held at Fulham Palace, from Wednesday evening until Saturday afternoon. The subject referred to the conference by the Bishop was The doctrine of the Holy Communion and its expression in ritual." The members of the conference were:âThe Prebendary Barlow, Professor H. E. J. Bevan, Dr. Bigg, the Rer. N. Dimock, Canon Gore, Professor Moule, Canon Newbolt, Dr. A. Robertson, Canon J. A. Robinson. Professor Sandey, Prebendary Wace, Mr. W. J. Birkbeck, Viscount Halifax, the Earl of Stamford, Chancellor P. V. Smith. Dr. Wace was elected chairman. Five sessions, were held, and the report of the proceedings will be submitted as soon as possible to the Bishop, and will then probably be published by bis authority."

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