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PARLIAMENTARY GOSSIP.

OVERWORKED DRESSMAKERS.

COLLIERS AND THEIR EMPLOYERS.

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A public meeting at Exeter, on Saturday, rejected the recommendations of the Endowed School Commis- sioners with reference to educational endowments in Exeter. COMPULSORY EDUCATION.—Orders of her Majesty in Council are published in the Gazette on Friday sanc- tioning bye-laws for the compulsory attendance of chil- dren at school, made with the approval of the Educa- tion Department under the 74th section of the Elemen- tary Education Act, 1870, by the School Board of Llanbeblig, (Carnarvon). Perhaps not within living memory have the leading thoroughfares of London presented a more animated appearance than was the case last Sunday. The whole line of route on which the Royal cortege will pass was thronged by a crowd often so dense as to render circu- lation difficult. The principal points of interest, and observation were those in which visible preparations were being made for the National Thanksgiving.

THE STATE VISIT TO ST. PAULS.

THE NAVY ESTIMATES.

< MONEY MARKET.—MONDAY.

BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY.

LONDON CORN MARKET —MONDAY.I

METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET *-MONDAY.

NEWPORT WATER WORKS COMPANY.

BRITON FERRY.

ABERDARE.

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