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THE DuKE OF SOTHKBLANB.— In the Court of Session, Edinburgh, a petition-has been presented by the Duke of Sutherland for authority to disentail the Sutherland Estate, and it mentions that the fluke bas obtained the consent of the heir apparent, the, lfirqui-i of Stafford, the Duchess pf Sutherland, Countess of an Oromarty, and her husband. Tbe d nke, in another petition to this Court, asks authorIty to disentail the estate of Cromarty, to which the heir, Viscount Tarbert, has consented.. The petitions will shortly be con- sidered by the Court THE Sussex Daily News states that two more of the Rev. A. Wagner's curates at Brighton have announced their intention of joining the Roman Catholic Church. Their names are the Rev. J. J- Greene, priest in charge of St. Bartholomew's Churcbt and the Rev. P. Fletcher. Both clergymen have re- tired to a Roman Catholic retreat to prepare for their reception. Mr. Henry Farmer, the organist of the church, has already seceded. CoAauLUfE.—The best cement for Broken Articles.6d., Is. 8s, Postage 2d. Kay Bros., Stoekport Sold everywhere. A G.LRLSlloME.-At Bromley-le-Bow a Girls Institute and Home has been opened, which has been formed with the object of providing useful and jm- proving places of evening resort for girls who are employed in factories and workshops in the metropolis- These, estimated at 30,000 in number, have, it stated, no regular home. Later in the day there was a public meeting at the Cannon-street Hotel, the Earl of Shaftesbury presicing. The treasurer, Mr. J- Vanner, announced that X600 had been received towards the furtherance of the object which the promoters had in view.. THB MAN who enters into the enterprise of Manufacturing ASrated Drinks, in any district where they are required, renders a real service to the public, and no business offers him a better return for a comparatively small outlay. To those who propose investing in this lucrative business, the nrst object to ascertains where snob u district exists, the next for success is to have the proper Machines and ApPli- jpces for producing the different Waters.in the best co»di" tion;—Catalogue and all information sent upon receipt six stamps to Barnett, Son, and Poster, 21A Forston- street, HoTton, London, N. ..THE CLBVBLAND IRON TBADE.—A meeting- of employers in the Cleveland afid North Or Eng- land manufactured iron trade has been held. It was resolved to demand a reduction on puddlers' wages of 10 per cent, on th& present rate of 8s. 3d. per ton, and 17 t per cent, in the wages of shinglers, rollers, and certain other classes of labourers in plate and other mills. It was also decided that pidie money should be discontinued. # These redactions will be subject to •rbitration, to which all wages questions in the trade a*!S submitted.. _BEBLIN WOOLS and GEBBtAN NBEDt^WOHK. The above a*f imported direct by M. LSADBR, 9; N** 1*H-TAJU>, SHOBKDITCH, LOKDOH, &0.T; FRYW» %-boir pfice lists Are "sent, Oh application; of every descrip tion of fancy wools, canvas. filoselle. Ac. EITECTIVB VOLUNTEERS. — Speaking at a volunteer dinner at Oolchester, Co}onel Learmonth, M.P. Yortbe borough, called attention to the fact that the total number of enrolled volunteers in Great Britain in November, 1877, was 193,026, of whom 182,510 were efficient. In 1863 the total number of enrolled volunteers was 162,935, of whom only 113,511 were efficient. It should also be borne in mind that the standard of efficiency in 1877 was far higher than in 1863. The only thing now wanting to make the volunteers a thoroughly satisfactory force was some system of transport. KKATING'B OOUGH LOZKNGKB contain no Opium, Morphia, nor any violent drug. It is the most effective remedy known to the Medical Pro- fession in the cure of Oceans, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS -one Lozenge alone relieves. Sold by all ObemlB in Boxes. Is. Ud. and 28. 9iL each THE POPE.-The Pro-Minister of State at the Vatican has sent the following reply to the telfgrava of congratulation on the election of Pope Leo XTII., sent by Mr. O'Olery, M.P > on the part of the Irish Catholic members: The Holy Father has received with special gratification the felicitations and good wishes of the Irish Catholic members of the Parlia- ment of Great Britain and Ireland. His Holiness returns them his heartfelt thanks, and bestows from the bottom of his heart his benediction on each one of them and on Ireland their country.—p. LASAGNI, Pro- Minister of State." WBI«HT,8 COAL TAB SOAP (Sapo Corboniji Determent), Antiseptic, Detergent rDiM £ W<!tfnk The most healthful, atrreeable, and refreshing Toilet Soap in the world. By its daily use, freedom from infections diseases is secured the complexion improved; pimples, blotches and roughness removed and the skin made clear, smooth, and lustrous Cf In oar hamda it has proved mwst effective in skin diseases: The Lancet. 11 It is the only true aittiseptic soap." British Medical Journal. In Tablets, 6d. and is. each of all Chemist8- W. V. WEH" «ind Co.. Southwark-strreet. London. POST OFFICE TEI-EGBAPH SEBVICE.—A Par- liamentary paper has been printed by order of the House of Commons, showing the gross amount re- ceived, and the gross amount expended in respect of the telegraph service from the date of the transfer of the telegraphs to the State, to the 31st of March, 1877. The total amount received by the Post Office from the year 1870 to the year ending the 31st of March, 1877, was £7,.wo,228, and the total amount expended within the same period was £6,358,198, thus leaving a balance of £1,042,030 to meet interest on stock j' created on account of the telegraph service and the redemption of debt. HAVE IT IN YOUR HOUSE LAMPLOUGll'S PYRETIC SALINE—and use no other. The only safe anti dote in Fevers, Eruptive -Affections, Sea or Bilious Sickness, Small-pox, and Headache; having peculiar and exclusive merits. Use no substitute. See per- petual injunction against imitators; also the unani mous judgment before the Lords Justices Bramwell, Brett, and Cotton, 22nd Jan., 1878, in Lamplough's favour. 113 Holborn-hill, London.




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