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J"DISHONESTY" OF THE LAITY.

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1 EPITOME N? NEWS. .t. An Admiralty wr* s:tvcm at Ipswich is I approaching eoinph: ■' General Sir Johr scs« ir=p«-«ted the 1st Life Guards at Wi r- "Peace is a great :• •% • o r and it is so easily procurable.' .;a(0 V At a Battersea. in •;>.?.said she had never heard of the Lu Ilaidane ha.- •• n f °;at the Yeo- manry be armed v c K ■■■ M. Paul Tissriiii- cas ;> Wilbur Wright's pupils, ir ff'rht a4 .i'au, with a Wright aeroplane Two Brahmin Sfl" b. sentenced at Bombav to six r nerf for importing ..(.)■ x-htsik from y It was announ- I >mpany of Territorials had Yorkshire, in 1'111" n Forty in on and -fir: ■ ■- "<! to rescue a motor-car which uito «i3v izvav at Dart- in h "A really good -ea l;c thing' on I'M Vv.. ',m i .•••• soi.itij.ark Li Court. I 1 lollowillf ".V-r.ill a Yar- J liioi'.l h newspaper:—y-n any rersrjai -ucdcj-fake j to teach English ia Vairaou'.h! j Battlements and fiaiiua of ths ijreat hall of I Hampton Court Pa-acc -ire boing restored. Burglars have stolen a great quantity of jev, f .,cry from the shop of a Darlington pawn- broker. •Messrs. McKerraw's corn mills at Liverpool have been gutted by five. Thousands of sacks of flour were destroyed. While trying to op a runaway pony and cart at Leicester bamnei Garrett was struck by one of the shafts and killed. Mr MeKenna has promised a deputation that the advantages of the i'yue i'o-r ravta docks shall be fully considercJ b? iiit AJi.aiiaity Board. "Very few persons are capable of doing any- thing more- than taking a subordinate part in business," Judge Will's asserted at Southwark. A Colchester laborcer, whose sou injured his eye while playing tipcat, was fined 21 ,d coats for neglecting to take the child to the hospital. Lord Selbourne has satisfactorily adjusted the European and na ive alpealsaginst the par- tition of Swaziland. The fmal survey will now proceed. j It is stated in Italian parliamentary circles that the Naval Construction Bill will be amended to increase the effective strength of the warships to be laid down. I As the result of a fight with another inmate of Medway Worklionsa., Chatham, George Floyd was knocked down, it is alleged, and died shortly afterwards. "In a matter of this kind I prefer the evi- dence of a policoinan to that of a Cardinal," said the Irish Secretary in the House of Com- mons when questioned about I-Yaycottiiig., Mark Shawcross was remanded at Manchester, charged with the murder of Mrs. Ramsbottom, who was found strangled in a field at Gorton. "I understand that the only comfortable place in the New Bailey is the dock," said Mr. Carl Hentschel at the Court of Common Council, in a discussion as to the ventilating of the 'build- ing. Stouppe Maginnis, the Belfast ex-rate col- lector, who was arrested at Manchester, has been further remanded on a charge of falsifying the Corporation books. Blink Bonny, belonging to Mr. Thomas Glen- cross, took the first prize of £10 in the jumping fences event at Merthyr (Glamorgan) May Day show and horse parade. For obtaining sums from f20 to £ 25 from women under pretence of giving them lucrative employment, John Russell, a builder, was at Old Bailey sentenced to 18 months' hard labour. Lord Roberts has written to Ascot, Post Office to thank the postmaster and staff for the excellent way they coped with the extra postal and telegraphic work necessitated by the cele- bration- of his gold-ell wedding. The entire fortune of the late Air. H. H. Rogers, the oil magnate, is estimated at £ 12,000,000. He was insured for which sum will be paid to his widow. Mark Shawcross was remanded at Manchester, charged with the murder of Ramsbottom, I who was found strangled in a field at Gorton. j "1 understand that the only comfortable place in the New Bailey is the dock," said Mr. Carl Hentschel at the Court of Common Council, in a discussion as to the ventilating of the build- ing. Stouppe Maginnis, the Belfast ex-rate col- lector, who was arrested t Manchester, has been further remanded on a charge of falsifying the Corporation books. Blink Bonny, belonging to Mr. Thomas Glen- cross, took the first prize of £10 in the jumping fences event at Merthyr (Glamorgan) May Day show.and horse parade. For obtaining sums from £:0 to £25 from women under pretence of giving them lucrative employment, John Russell, a builder, was at Old B-ailey sentenced to 18 months' hard labour. Lord Roberts has written to Aseoi Post Office to thank the postmaster and staff for the excellent way they coped with the extra postal and telegraphic work necessitat-ed by the cele- bration of his golden wedding. The entire fortune of the late Mr. H. H. Rogers, the oil magnate, is estimated at £ 12,000,000. He was insure'd for £22,000, which sum will be paid to his widow. A woman, returning from High Cross Camp, near Newport, Monmouth, discovered a mail hanging from an oak tree bv the roadside. He was identified as Alfred Searles, a native of Bristol. Sixty thousand people were present in St. Peter's, Rome, for the canonisation of Clement Hoffbauer, a German of the Redemptionist Order, and Joseph Oriol, of the secular clergy of Barcelona. Opening a Tuberculosis Exhibition in Dublin, the Countess of Aberdeen said the mortality rate of tuberculosis diseases in Ireland in 1908 was down one decimal point. Through one of the sheer-legs of a crane at the new electric lighting station at Westminster giving way, a man fell down the scaffolding in front of the building and fractured his skull. The estimated population of New South Wales at the end of March was 1,614,517, as com- pared with 1,605,009 at the end of 1908. The net imigration from the United Kingdom was 1,811. Mr. Justice Parker held that the term "slip- on coat" may be used by any maker. It was first used by "af novelist early in the nineteenth century to denote, a cloak worn in the High- lands. • "M

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TEACHERS AND MARRIAGE.

EARL SUMMONED FOR TWOPENCE

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