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>Himi^VnHHBB PROSPEROUS CANADA.
Him VnHHBB PROSPEROUS CANADA. ""ing iltttt, annua] fleeting of the Kay Company on Tuesday, Lord ,$e djyelgpjjjjjil: of' Canada e >»* only in its preliminary stage. v yea* ago, he added, the com- lands were rewarded as of so tliat tliey were about to be dis- pmwd ff for J65OQ,O0O. Since tücll, however, rwmp-Kviv had made profits on the lands Illore than .1500,000. ''ring t,) ha,t he described as the ft&bv&g of apprehension in England regard- jttgr th*- influence oil Canada of so many ■j&mtifirantg from the United States, Lord said there was really no cause funr R fedinghut that of satisfaction. t immigrants, who were men who had tllWitli' f" in their own country, and who -•Jfegwafffet million* of dotlaris each year into dt4., became as 1, oyalsubjectg of the itki&g were born such. 11* Canadian outlook, lie added, was better than at present. The fur-pro- aumnala had increased, but there Wf evidence of a weakening in the "MYt(r for fure. TW tweeting agreed to present Lord with a portrait of himself.
A t sum A ? B A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE W W ahaa w 'W th)aa< Bbsae W m B ? S aNMMC tm NOW PROCEEDING AT THE 'EMPORIUM,' RHOS ■■■MHnHnHnnnnamHMnaBaMHBHHnHHHBi The Entire Stock consisting of General Drapery, GentsJl. Outfitting, c: to be sold regardless of cost. SUITS TO MEASURE at Reduced Prices during Sale IpST Now is your opportunity. • v ■> ¡ T. LLOYD WILLIAMS, THE EMPORIUM, RHOS. (
THE BOTHER OF LIFEBUOYS.
THE BOTHER OF LIFEBUOYS. Wdwe indifferent fishermen nre to the perils calling was disclosed at a Board of i.Ti,jtiii-v at King's Lynn. While fishing f': W*sli,. William Bailey, one of the crew H smack Prima Donna, was knocked over- ••jwiww squall and drowned. '5 ft okipl)rr informed the Superintendent of ille Marine that he could have a a ved Sbf •)»» if a lifebuoy had been on board. None ofinaeks, however, lie added, carried life- 1!1 they were too much of a bother. Nor „ did- %*■have a small boat with him, as it would •jjta*# in tbe way when the net wss down. TW ^uperintemlent said,, that although the •• f.t<¡t At& not compel fishing boat* to carry life- it lhr<vyt> nfen there were fewer than ten men on fWt. the Board of Trade had begged and iin- •^to«wl owners and skippers to furnish the tmai* t¡ilíth them. The appeal, however, had ^o»«i«tently ignored.
SATHINC AND BOATING ACCIDENTS.
SATHINC AND BOATING ACCIDENTS. m«B were drowned in bathing and I"t i rkg accidents on Saturday. brothers named George, Samuel, Q Iohn Donaldson, were bathing in the 'JtfW# Jua-gan, near Belfast, when they got difficulties. A man on the bank 'took, .:lfI.tt part of his clothing, jumped in. and in saving John Donaldson, but Shf- øtll.er two brothers were drowned. M 5«>iiTig shipwright named Samuel was drowned in a boating accident t, Clyde, With his father and a friend rntm out in a yacht on a fishing ejepedi- ..fÍlofØJ,. when the vessel capsized. The elder .Wte. Wright saved himself by dinging- to 4Skt 'i\ri:/J.!st. but hit, son sank before help him. The other occupant was t#iriP'd ytli in the nick of time.
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1 i I CRUSADE AGAINST CONSUMPTION.…
CRUSADE AGAINST CONSUMPTION. The annual conference of the National! Aesociatiom for the Prevention of Tuber- Moa<laLy, Ii-i Ilai i;v Hall, Edinburgh, with Professor Uslcr, Dxfor3, in the chair. Professor Sims Woodhead, of Cambridge, ojiened a discission on "Avenues of Infec- tion." He sal! some people thought that 90 per cent, of those who lived till 55 had been iTifet-ed with tuberculosis at some time or another. He believed the proportion* was still higher, and that le bacilli found a foot- hold at some period in almost every one of them. Dr. Woodhead thought thq|r should accept with great caution deductions made, from ex- periments on animals. In the subsequent dis- cussion there was a diversity of view as to whether infection was in most eases communi- cated by inhalation or through swallowing. Dr. Philip, of Edinburgh, who has made consumption his special stud v. said a long of him think the most vulnerable point was probably the tonsiliary region. In. the afternoon preventive measures and administrative control were considered. Dr. Briggs, of New York, said that iin; Edinburgh and New York these measures had been carried furthest, though tfic problem Was tackled from different points of view.
FATAL LIFT ACCIDENT.
FATAL LIFT ACCIDENT. One of the cellarm'en employed at the Carlton Hotel, London, was crushed on Monday even- ing between the top of a hydraulic lift and the doors of thewin cdlars opening on to the pavement in the Haym'arket, and killed on the spot. Attached to the hydraulic lift is an iron bar, which as the lift ascends forces open the street doors of the cellars. From some unexplained cause the iron bar failed to faisc the door, with the result that William Mendo, the man who was ascending with tlv' lift, wa.« terribly crushed. He was removed to vUo Charing Cross Hospital, and later to the mortuary.
SHOOTING FATALITY. A distressing shooting fatality occurred on Monday at Windmill Nursery, Cbeshunt, occu- pied by Mr. John Jordv. Percy Tucker, twenty-six, and a lrid named Sidney Allen, both employed by Mi<. Jordv, were at work on the nursery, and while Tucker Ma/i examining the water tank Allen picked up a rifle, which stood in a corner of a green- house. WThile be was examining it the rifle, which had. been left loaded, weirt off, the full charge entering the back of Tucker's bead. He fell from the water tank through thcgJass roof Of the nursery. He. was removed to Cheshunt Cottage Hospital, where he died four hours later without having regained consciousness. Allen was arrested, and formally charged with manslaughter, afterwards being admitted to bail.
WATERSPOUT AND WHIRLWIND.
WATERSPOUT AND WHIRLWIND. A huge waterspout has been witnessed off Hunetanton. At a little distance above the sea, with a curious sort of cloud siirmo;unting. it, the waterspout approached from Heacham, and as it came toward the pier at Hunstanton could be seen gradually dispersing. It was followed by a whirlwind that took precisely the same track, but the full force of the wind w"s onlv felt at a relatively high altitude, though eeata on the front were overturned by it"l
TRAIN TRAGEDIES. ---.
TRAIN TRAGEDIES. A sensation was created on the. Furness line on Monday morning by the disappearance of Mrs. Eliz. Ann Lowther, forty-one, of London- road" Lindal-in-Furness, from the mail triti-n from Carnforth to. Whitehaven. l; The Rev. Geo. Byron was a. passenger in the same compartment as Mrs. Lowther. Suddenly he noticed a draught, and t-iaw that the carriage door was open. He pulled the communication cord, and after the train had been stopped Mrs.. Lowther was found dead in the Lindal tunnel in the 6ft. way. Her name was written on a piece of brown paper in which was wrapped her wedding ring, together with a message of good-bye to her children. In her possession was a railway ticket from Euston to Barrow. V CHILD'S FATAL FALL. An inqueet was held at Littlehampton on Monday on Charlefi Coatman Neville, aged tiCven, of Vernon-street, Kensington, who fell from a train while travelling with a Sunday 8ehool excursion to Bognor. The boy, it ap- peared, was looking out of the open window at Arundel Castle when the accident happened. He had evidently turned the handle of the car- riage. door himself. A representative of the railway company in- formed the coroner that it was not usual to lock the doors unless the persons in charge of the children requested it. The jury in returning a verdict of "Acci- dental death" recommended the company to use carriages with handle# on the outside doors only when making up trains for children's excursions.
A WOMAN'S DEVOTION.
A WOMAN'S DEVOTION. A striking case of a woman's struggle to keep herself and a man with whom she. lived was re- vealed during an inquest held at Wandsworth on Monday on the body of Charles" William Tombleson, aged fifty-four, who lived at a lodging-house in Hill's-yard. On Friday morn, in he was found dead in his room. Margaret Gardner, a delicate-looking wprnan. said that she had been living ftfth- the deceased for ten years as his wife. He had been in ill- health for some time. and .she supported him by working -,it a laundry. The Coroner: Were you strong enough to do anything?—Well, I have only been able to earn just enough to support us. Do you think he had enough to eat?—Yes. I have begged and borrowed and almost stolen for him. and I could do llothillQ" more.
SIXfY BICYCLES VANISH.
SIXfY BICYCLES VANISH. The wholesale disappearance of hicydeø iro u Ealing, Aefou, imbledon. Putney, ami J icirnes was re hi t ed ou Saturday at Middlesex Se-sio; when a labourer, Ctrge 1 aylor. wax eharged with Iving ion lid wiili house', ."eukinii impls' meuts in h;s jKw.siwM.ro, :o with stealing' :,i!- '"i -"r 1 >! .xu. the pro- perty oj* b'ob.-rv i.vhin. Detect n-e-i- -'c.;)! t, jt ,-a-d that the accused .'uid s;v; jerm.s oi jieual servi- tude ana v.-i'- '• '.afed iv >-n pr son on June ::3 last year. 1> v.. t iiat and his capture for the present' offe-u many bicvcle sheds iu Ealing had been oroken into and about 30 h.cycles had been stolen. In Aeion since July, i'M1:-). j7. bicycSex had vanished, a ltd a grra t number had ci isa in»eared at Wimbledon, PufuN', and Be rues. Alto- gether 60 bicycles nact oeen stolen, but sill" Taylor's arrest no cast; of this kind had occurred. lay lor was sentenced to six years' and three years' penal servitude respectively, the sentences to run concurrently.
A YOUNG JACK SHEPPARD.
A YOUNG JACK SHEPPARD. As showing that Cl per week per child was a reasonable sum to pay for children detained under Section 108 of the Children Act, 1908, considering the difficulties of controlling them, the folio w ing case wa ¥«• ported by the Crovdon Education. Committee, to the Town Council on Monday evening — "A fourteen-year-old was sent to the Remand Home, ■ at 52. M< rland-road. Every precaution was taken te rcta-ln possession of liim. He was placed in a l.Midroom. his trousers were removed, and the door locked. The boy immediately set to work ran^hek the room. In a box he found anoTbo pair of trousers, and, putting on these, be got c-r.1 of the window to the roof, where he c*-<r-t. along at consider- able risk of falling,- iuuii he canle to a water- pipe, down which he slid te the ground. He remained m hiding for two b.y*. when he was found by the police and at en to the home once more. Additional pr< cautions? were taken, iron bars being placed jtje window. Left alone. attired, only in a lie forced the bars apart, and got bis liU.itv in the first iuxta.nee. He did not ee-v *s.*away, however, a n.an going along "(IK :-ae" <-Teeting his cap- ture. Once more he vas f.i,in the room, and this time deprivid < :,11 vi-n-iiog, whilst the w tndt.w bean fed When the door was opened, sonie time i:•■■< the daring lad was caught in the. act oi <osappearii;g through, t.be roof. I j a\ ing clin: iv; of drawers, lie broke through tie. r.; t iiv e^ il'ns;. v'moved tluvtil- and e-< i-aring t-.o depart. he was hauled back."
----------WORLD'S B0XIKG CHAMPIONSHIP.…
WORLD'S B0XIKG CHAMPIONSHIP. a contest -which ari-bsed more intense excitement than any wli^-h "nave preceded it, Jack Joiin.se.ii b<*at Jam<-s in the world's championship ma:.ch. at. Vevnda. on Mon- day in the rlfteenih rbund. T)hi« tlie black champ:e vi--dicat'ed his l>oast that he was i lie world, and tne qnesiion wa.s onee for r]J ,sri at rest as to whether tin.- ex-whiu.- champion or the negro bolder Hhould go posieritv' as the winner of the greatest be-xing match em record. The match third each of the cinematograph rigiits. i}i<> winner tu tnke p0 fMH' cent, of the gro,-s purw- and the loser 40 per cent. In addition there was a bonus of to each principal. There was a fortune in it for both winner and baser. Both men were reputed absolutely fit. A medical examination had been held in pur- suance of the law. which insists on the pvin- eipak in a fight being pronounced fit before the st art. Jeffries eon tinned the favourite right up t. the time when they took the ring. The fight was muck shorter than had been expected, the negro champion delivering A knock-out blow when the men bad fought only fifteen rounds.
A. Verdict of "Guilty, but insane," -was re- turned at the Hertford Assizes agaiiist Arthur George Thrussell, aged twenty-two, indicted for the murder of his sweetheart, Gertrude Allen, at London Colney, He was sentenced to be detained during his Majesty's pleasure. The Chinese Military Mission, under the leadership of Prince Tsai Taio. which is visit- ing Europe to study the various milirurv sVs- ing Europe to study the various milirurv sys- tems, has arrived in Vienna and was' most cordially received by the. Archduke Franz Salva- tor, represt^uting flic Euuseror. HOW to B«eon» at BARR18TKB without iaterferi*r wftk present occnpation. Tnition by Correspond e»Z- fmg rioymewl Studenta •p^ciality.—Apply, nUmped mddien. Awntm, 4, Harcourt-bttildiuga, Inner TempU, linden. ^LDIUMI'fl.—riBTlVAL sixy!,I]Llp Le.eo.a
FUN AND FANCY. —«—'
FUN AND FANCY. —«— "You Wyndeigh makes friend* wherever he "I said 'whenever. "I don't., anderat-aad^'why. women want to vote." "I do. I t',t because they canl-T' "That maa maat know all about the Stock Exchange." "What makes you think eof "He never speculates." "They say your brother used to have great; luck M a fisherman." "Yes, he did. Nearly everybody used to believe him." She: "You know, Mr. Jones, I thought you were much older than you are." He: "Oh, no; nc)t e. bit, I assure you!" "My wife h-w that awful disease klepto- mania." "Is she trying to cure it?" "Wellr the is always taking something for it." Footelight: "What do you think was th« best thing I ever did?" Sue Brette: "That piece whsre joa diod in the first act." Customer: "Are you sure this is real Ceylon tea.?" Well-informed Young Assis- tant-: "Certainly, sir. Mr. Ceylon's name is on every package." Tom: "It was a case of love at first Bight with me." Jack: "Then why didn't you marry h-er?" Tom: "I saw her again 011 several occasions." Prison Warder r "We try to give every In mate work with which he is familiar. WI&Vs your trade ?" New Prisoner I'm a profes- sional pedestrian," "I admit," aaid Mr. Roodley, "that 1 can't keep my eyes off the ladies-" "Ex- cept," put in Mtss Pert, "when you happen to be sitting in a tramcar and the ladies are standing He: "But I tall you what it is, Maude; if your father is at all unreasonable I shall put Bay hack to the wall and er--er-" She.- "And keep it there. That would be the •afe3t position." Kind Lady rHow did you become 00 lame?" Tramp: "Over-exertion, mum." Lady: "Indeed! In what way?" Trampt "Movin' on every time a perliceman tole us to." Scribblee: uYy new bock will soon be published. I aopa you will lose no time in, reading it." Miss Cutting: "Indeed I' won't. I lost several bours reading yoaf other one." "Father," aaid little Rollo, "what Is a speculator?" "Anyone, my son, who goes on the Stock Exchange and loses." "And whafr ie a financier. "Anyone who goes there- and wins." The aaddaai instance of misplaced confi- dence on record 1.3 that of a man who res- cued another from a watery grave, only to find that in?fcead of his long-lost brother ilk was a jwrson to whom lie owed a five-pound not. "You spell long words like, hippopo- tamus and parallelogram," said tho little boy who wore spectacles and a sailor suit. "Well," answered the boy who wag leading a dog by a piece of rope, "dat'e where I'Ia lucky. I don't have to."