HOLIDAYS ON THE CONTINENT. TjLANKECBERGHK. ideal peaside report, near Oateug, J) i« reaowned as th* cheapest place on the Con'ineot foJa Jlalitiay, and ha« tb« finest bathing aid moet b«*ntifnl k«4h is the world. Golf, Skatiirr, Casino, Kuwaal. daily vc|al giad instrumental conee-tm, lyrirai and drariiaUo plays, etc. -c-iiie ',s. ter kind* of anwaeniMits. Hoteif cheap. The 11,11 INV HOTR!~ Sea front, next Kursaal. i OOJiTIN F.NTAL HOi'KL. On H. Parade. Beautiful view. The KUKSAAIJ HOTEL. 1st Class. Dinner 7 o'c. TV GRAND HOTEL. eflfrod. sno rcx-tiiR. HOTEL DE* HAT:\S ET FAMTLLKS. Apartments. HOTEL VANDEl'l'TTB. Good eecond-clnss house. VAMUR.-Fortified City on the Mevsse. Centre for mail £ 1 coach, motor ear and steamboat cxnirsion*. Kursaal. AD attractions of famous health resorts. Sporting Stadium Citadel. Unique Panorama. Ve-y pood Hotels. IK ZOUTE, KNOCK'K-S-MKG, BKLOTTM. near Ostenil. j Kitinp »e«si<le resort. Breezy dunes. Finest natural 3t-ho'.e Golf Liaks on the Continent,. Good a Far Free Bookle ts on -vt- rewt*. petit frte, apply B. W. Bird. 1. Souibamjiton-row, LON H' >Nr. AGENTS Wanted. 10s. weekly wily earn>*1. Particulars free.—Chandos, 14. Hidney-Ktroet. London, K.C. WORTH KNOWING.—How to make Vegetable Marrow pickle. e>I«lr. cheaply. Del >I OUR, wholesome. Variable Itepe Sd.-Hollybani-1, 26. Clevelandpark-ay., Waithamstow. GARDENING. 1 DEPARTMENT for teaching Practical Gardening in all A branches. uader a e,,t f-ndy Gardener, is to be MKiied at the Ladies' School. Edjrehili, Wadhw-st, Sussex, in t«j>teniber.—Apply to Principal, Mrs. Miinro-Fanre. ( A HATINt; RISK MILil \UT CAS!) onCHKSTKJON. E'litalS A Full O,ohe»tra (Sreat H^nrsi". Mns'C hhk^v-, !a ic.—Write t«fch*»irioii." <•« Rird. I. Southampton-vow, r.ondou. w.r. AUSTRALIA.—ili-an-i .(!v,rtniuty. Aw-i*ie-i l-sx>»ge« from £ 2 Pcmpif r» fr.-e. 8t |- Co!om:i! (XVu .K. Krailing. BUCKLE Gardening Oogt, comfortable, any size, 4s., post lJ paid. Designs free.—Milward's, J Ad., Evesham. TnTI-BHEUMATIC POWDHKS.—A Certain Preveuuu ;re. V A week's supply, po*t free, 1/1 .-Elektra Powder Co., £ ClxTton-wtrret, NeweaBtJc-on Tyrie. A"^TSTU ALIA-Graud opjKjMntiity. As»i*re.l '•<* p.nnett c» free. StauT -1"'11 8 tnomc"r i" Z1 Dome.! C8 free. StauT -1"'11 8 tnomc"r i" TO Hops on Hay. Cheap Substitute for Hay. 31118. j Bt Iter from lib. Increase the Size f* Fruit jutd Vejre- .b! M-ike Hens bay all the Year Bound. N,et) Eg J7,h for One Year. Any of 'be Q1,ny,- Bee-pes ls. 1(1. O'BRIEN, TClJtJ; COTT.VGES. ABEHAMA, S. W AT.KS. BRTTI-'H BEATTTY QT'MRN* to be selected -and Crowned ni Folkestone. Pretty Ladies invited to -oinTete. Ta)u#' le-nrizes offered. AU expenses paid. Send pliot,u.- jeur-rth. Pi-r, Folkent.)Re. i GENTS PRFVATE CHTITSTMAS CARDS, Wa-ited. A Whole or spsi<-et:iue. Bc-t Wook. Be<: .terms.—Triumph Publishing Co., "2S2, Market Hall. flulii'il. ^WE WRITER Shock and Sound R"du-r*. District Agent wanted.—L. Parr^48, Pev r io i d. S meffield. n HOLB CATCHERS OR THOSE IT MAY CONCERN. rna% are atai Voyinfr Mole Skins. Full Winter Fur and If rn—^ Pelta, 18/- per 100 Spotted Pelts, 10/6-12/6 pet iru- go the Nail). Stamps for parcels allowed for.- HHIn tm British Fur and Skin Company, 305, Cambridge- i—t, Londoa, ran* ON CRKDIT anywhere, Kverytbin* mpplied. gtat« vasta.—Credit Snpply Warehmiae, Eichaiige-Mdt«., Norwich. jmngr ASPARAGUS, 2/8 120, carnage paid. Cash with QTier.—Aliard, North wich House, Ereaham. INDIGESTION 1j^e primary cause of most of the ills to which we are sob- JOC WMtLPTOMa VEGETABLE PURIFYIIYI .1.8 innrn the utomach to action. Headache lliei Mtay, IQieesaeee, Kidney Disord era, and Skin CompSainta disappear. hik for WHELPTON'S PURIFYING PILLS, JmA reMMber then is NO PILL "JUST AS GOOD." Is. ljd. of all Chemist*. hy Poat, 14 stamps. 4, Crane-court, Fleetest., Ixasdoa. "HIOH CLASS SWFFTMAKINO." CHOCOLATKS. CANDIES. 1) BONBONS. 152 fully detailed lessons by Whyte. Price net, ptfag* 3d• Index of book and pWce iist «f delic-i;•' Cove ing ifVwolates Flavours, :C-">»:r«. ('«»• >ite .Moulds, Rubber- Fondwnt Mats, Nousat. Frames, Tijit'i>;i. War PapeT, etc., from Mr". 1Bi-lston rond. H:rVmiiCid. FREE WLOUES. ALL applicant* wliost- left* s we received last Monday morning are re<-c!viu.' SILK Bloti-ev. YOIJ « it- for on«- ff our next mixed lot. t.O'O Silk or UELA IXETTF Blouse; sflYEN AWAY FRFE. Send P.O 1 to cover •-I'-iasre, &c. -tj Manufacttiriiur Co.13, Viryrini4.-v; ■ Gla^pow. DNS af A CONSTANT USER SAYS PjprsMASQKS SCOLJE. Norfolk. Centlemjen.—For years I took I a (lass of Malt Liquor before dinner to areata an appetite, as I was a poor feeder. Soaae months NO I heard of row Extract for making Beer. I Cave it a trial and have ever siuce used it as a substitute for the other. aa. the result is most satisfactory. After being bottled a few days it is as brijgkt and sparkles Tike bottled Ale. Since taking it I have j Hen free from the cruel pains af Indigestion, from which I bad snffered a long time. Now instead of going to the" puolic-house" in the evening for aoy usual (las;, I smoke my pipe at heoke, drink my Herb Beverage and enjoy it. go to bed and sleep soundly. 1 have recommended it to nany others, who have tried it with like reaatta. Your agent here thooght I ought to give yo. a testimonial I am. Sirs, roars truly. J.W. A bottle Rakes 8 gallons. Sold everywhere, sample bottle post free II Stamps. NEWBALL < MASON. Nottiatfliam. Cannot be Beaten THE | 'NEPTUNE' P-4 Fountaiu, Pens JAND THE 'BRITISH' o Stylo Pens. ;BgJ Absolutely Reliable. g Best Brhtsh Make. P PltltiH PKOM g. 1/6 up to 10/6 Z 14 Carat Gold Nibs. Q) We stock them. Call and see one. E-t R. Mills A Sons HERALD OFFICE, 'RHOS.
EPITOME Of NEWS. j The Kinff 1ta mnmnied to become patron of the Boys' Brigade. Emma Retalln'fc appeAr«d for the 195th time in the dock at Pt»Mfypri.<M OH the charge of being drunk. Corporal P. F." Belf, RÜJal Irish Fusiliers, kas been selected for promotion to a commis- sion as second lieutenant m ait iiiniitry regi- ment. Prince and Prtnc-f-sjt Alt'xantlt'r of Teck bud the fou of the firct liou«t:« of the Dr. Barnardo's Oarden Citv for Boys at Wood- ford Bridge, Esaex. A sword of honour •Pf-d t" Colour- Sergeant A. F. J oitn French at fcbe. pa««iag-our u.-ou of Sand- hurst catlefcs. j Mr, Asqoiitr was- e»i.«-rtai»<?d to luncheon by Scottish M.P.'I> at the Xatioaai Liberal Clab. ) Ernest Thomas Porter, aged twelve, has di< d through eating a pakoamis plawfc eommonJy called gipsy-Bttfcj, whiell be found on Hackney Marsh. Mr. Clement Edw»rds iJII. lying tw-riowsly ill at Brighton, svtffcrijig fraui zu acute attack of toneilitis. Mr, EViwa-rdK is the prospective Liberal candidate for Esixt Glamorgan. At CoroSsi, Co-. Ostnf,, lfrv. Moorhead, a local trader, Vias iineil £ 1 Mtl kl costs for sell- ing goods with a. forged trade mark, which in- dieated them to be of rnxke. Sir George Barelay, British Minister to Persia, will leave Lo-udou OK Angii«t 8 on his return to hi» poat. at T«h«r;irt. Mis Excellency will travel via Vienna, Mrs. Maden, wife, of th* Mayor of Bactip, opened the tics corporation waterworks at Cowpe, near Water foot, wltieb took nine years to construct, had have £ 250,fX)0. Two revolvers, some guo b&xrelm., and a quantity of cartridges Wert- found in a police raid on a house in Calcutta. The occupants were two Bengali yontir#, who auceeedf-d in escaping. Measures to aseetitfKff tlie extent .r#f our water supply, cabsoil as weii as surface, and control in order to husbsMwl ir- are recommended by a Committee of botib Houses.of Parliajatuit. The driver of a mator-oKtai.b«fi whic h knocked The driver of a mota)r-oinvibua witich kuocked down and killed a ten-year-old hoy in Cum- mercial-road, London, was mohhed br.;& crowd, and had to be rescued! lay tile p«iice. Sir Lewis Tapper, a di.tinftl1Í£hed retired Anglo-Indian. his dietf at hm rewidence at Molesey after a long illne-ft'fl. He had been a member of the Surrey County Council tor BO me years. Four scholarships ksve been guitsed hy Edwin Herbert Dowdili, a se'.fe*lar at Ketisnl Rise Council School audi mt I.JÍ the headmaster. The boy has clioseK to pt & Merchant Taylors' School h,)12rhi? Thirty-two men at tliff 2nd Battaiiot Somersetshire Light Infantry #frta.tione(! at Malta, were taken ii4rk after breakfast, and eleven of them were m ill that they were admitted to hospital. An invest wW. be held. At Messrs. Sothebj'# m>na* «. super £ ift^?iitl^ century illumfnated ««n»eript,- eiabeltinned with 43 remarkablemJDihlreif" made iow). At the same sale a first- 'edition of Shake- speare's Poems, ICAO, weafe for -tiOd.. The Athens ne.wspape aitHOtssiK*? ttiat King George of Greece 11ø, shiUid'-m^d lJiø prow. jected visit to Aix-le»-Bii»». fets Majesty find- ing that he has not the time at his disposal. Mr. Albert Brass's yacht Czar-ma has been damaged in a collision with a. JNorweg-iau steamer and hu put: in at ik--rgeti for repairs, which will probably i!c)mt mwml rjuitdred pH^unds. The King i« the gardeis af Ma-rtiwirough House inspected twenty Australian cadets who j frre in this eoimtfj on a wi"kit of Insitoetion, and who have tK(,T\ with ;a.eeomllJoda- | tion at Knigfht^bridge by the War Office., I An explosion dae to th* f^rniioa of » ,lf gelatine occurred afc the Simwier Ea»>fc Deep I Mine, Jobannestiarg. Thirt#€U siid eeventy-six iial-iieo were taken to hospital, while fifteen natives lost: fJteir lives. While fishing ou ihe Gran^i ^uKcsivHi .Canal nt Willesden, Jack PennelL a K#nsal Rise V«»y, 1 fell into the water. A wef]-dr«;s.*tYl man dived in and repeated bins;, and then, refii^itig his name, walked quickly away in hj;Í wet riotites. The fifty-third anntiai report of the Trustees of the National Port rait Gallery states that during 1909 the number of via)tors was 1;;4,Q68. the highest, since 1800. The Conference at Tht.$o consider the laws regulating MM* o? Change con- cluded the work of tho vanotts aftti~ At the closing sitting the Conference reached an agreement on the draft of uniform law regu- lating the use of bills of exchange. Though he pleaded guilty to the «eharge of working a lame horse, a stair named Beezley was discharged by a. Mi^hgate magistrate alter a Teterinary surgeon said that the iioree was in good condition. A seventy-ifve-year old tramp, Alexander Williams, lies in a preciiriotis condition in Bur- ton Infirmary as the result of a terrible tight with a bulldog, which set upon him when he called, with laces to <!< at bourse tilt the out-, skirts of Burton. William* was fearfully mauled. .Mr. Albert Toft ha* received a c<winii«sion to execute, at a cost not exceeding .42,000, statue of the late King Edward, 4tazitl in Victoria-square, Hi rutin gham. alongside that of Queen Victoria. On the Great Western Railway between Brierley-hill and Dinlley a man natiied Marry Cooper, who hAd been reraanded on nail, wa* run over by a motor-train, He wans removed to the hospital in a eorwlition. The new Bureau of .Mine* ansiovmre« that three rescue station#, It/¡ a nkeAyiF, of reducing the number of rtea.th., in mine accidents., will be established at Birmingham (Alabama), Hunt- iiigton (Wet Virgillja,, ii)iil Wfikmhueve. (Pun. sylfania). An inquest vvis held at AS«krshot on James Spread borough, of I'arnbofoug.fe, who was terribly burned through the overturning of some tar, which ignited. Death, front anoek due' to the injuries received tvas the jtiry a ve relict. Many of the most £ atuou» wta«B will com- pete at the Blackpool Flying Carnival, which opens on July '2R. The tanr of the Lanca- shire Aero Cltib announces that rise tVdlowiug will ai)pear. -NIM. t.-bare/, Audesiars, Moraue, Wagner, Kidler. %t«»r -Cattantv*, Messrs. Grahame-Whifce, f)reii-), (i. Grace, and liadley. A coiii|)rorei<e has I eJTeei/fetl whereby tho Midland ni«nufttcturepx bava jrithdrawn iii, eir opptrsitioti to the Bill aDowing tht Port of Lon- don Authority to charge maximum rates on cer- tain goods for the provision of immediate revenue, and the Bill bad i third .read- ing in the House of C.QØlJIr")D.t1
OUR LONDON LETTER. [From Our Special Correspondent.] Attacking the King's Civil List is not such a popular policy as it- was twenty or thirty years ago, when to protest upon every possible occasion against allowances to the Royal Family was one of 0 the distinguishing characteristics of an advanced politician. Now it. is left almost entirely to the Labour Party, and, except for a few members, even that 1 arty is not particularly enthusiastic about it.. The reason, of course, is that Royalty was never so popular in lillR country as now, and never so firmly estab- lished in the affections of thev people. The total allowance is a large one, and criticism of certain items in it may be justified, but speaking generally, and putting it bluntly, the nation is satisfied that it is getting value for money. This feeling is reflected in the House of Commons, and it was for that reason that only two members outside his own Party supported the Chairman of the Labour Party in his' amendment to reduce v the amount that we pay for Royalty. There was one sentence in Mr. Barnes's speech which will have a familiar sound to politicians whose memories run backwards two or three decades. The Royal Household and its servants, he said, "contained a nest of parasites who were battening on the nation under the shadow of the Throne." There is the real old and unfashionable Republican ring about that. In the old days it would have called forth deep- throated approval in Hyde Park, and would have been applauded by a good many even in the House of Commons. It shows how much views have changed when the people's representatives in the present House receive it with loud laughter. But it was a more genuine amusement which was shown in all parts of the House when the Labour leader referred to a recent appointment to high office in the Court of a gentleman whose qualifications, so far as Mr. Barnes has been able to discover, are that he is "a man of fini figure, a good golfer, an excellent shot, well known on the Turf, and has the repu- tation of being one of the best-dressed men in London." Certainly if the official thus described has no other qualifications he is not badly paid at two thousand a year. The Speaker had to give a casting vote the other day for the first time since he has pre- sided over the Commons. It was on the Regency Bill, and there was not much at stake. There have been occasions when the casting votes given by Mr. Lowther's prede- cessors in the Chair have had very importan,t consequences. Perhaps the most sensational case was that in 1805, which led to the im- peachment of Lord Melville, the Treasurer of the Navy, and the friend and colleague of Pitt. The voting on that occasion was 216 for, and 216 against. Lord Melville's fate was in the hands of Mr. Speaker Abbott. In his "Reminiscences," Ir. Mark Boyd de- scribes the scene: Yet it was long before the Speaker could give his vote; agitation overcame him; his face grew white as a sheet. Terrible as was the distress to all who awaited the decision from the Chair, terrible as was the Speaker's distress, the moment of suspense lasted ten long minutes. There the Speaker sat in silence; all were silent. At length his voice was heard; he gave his vote, and lie condemned Lord Melville. One man, at least, that evening was overcome. Mr. Pitt was overcome; his friend was ruined. At the sound of the Speaker's voice, the Prime Minister crushed his hat over his hrows to hide the tcjars that poured over his checks; he pushed in haste out of the House." Heralds have proclaimed, with old-world pomp and ceremony, that the Coronation of his Majesty King ifeorge will take place next June. It will fqllow the procedure adopted at the Coronation of King Edward, and will he splendid and magnificent, enough, though not by any means such an elaborate and picturesque and long-drawn-out affair as Coronations were wont, to be a century ago. When the last King George of not particu- ¡ larly blessed memory was crowned the record for costliness and extravagance was made, and is never likely to be broken. On that I occasion the Coronation banquet in West- I minster Hall was given for the last time. And that was also the last time that the j King's Champion, in a suit of white armour, and riding on a mighty white charger, I clattered into Westminster Hall, and challenged any person who should deny the risdit of the new Sovereign, "being readv in person to combat with' him, and in this quarrel will adventure his life against him, on what day soever shall be appointed." Proudly he dashed his gauntlet down upon the floor, perhaps all the more defiantly because he knew nobody would accept his challenge. After a time, as nobody showed fight, the Herald picked it up and returned it to the Champion. The omission of this and other imposing ceremonies from present-day Coronations is, no doubt, regretted by lovers of the picturesque, but after all they do not mean anything in these', days, and would be itiore thau a little absurd. Will the Government find a post for Lord Kitchener? That is the problem which is exercising many minds just now, and is likely to cause the Government considerable embarrassment. The position is difficult. Lord Kitchener declined to take the Mediter- raneaut porst which would have given him a place on the Committee of Imperial Defence, Ile ii, consequently, among the unem- ployed.. There i no uther post at present open, and if there were it is more them doubt- ful whether Lord Kitchener would accept it. It is difficult to imagine s, man-who is admit- fiedly the greatest organising military genius the country at present possesses, consenting tio perform the routine duties of an ordinary .official post im the Army. Since the office of .com.df!r.i..OItiAf WAS abolished there would seem to be no post under our Army system worthy of Lord Kitchener, and unless the Government can see their way to create one, it looks as though our finest soldier will be condemned to waste his days in compara- tive idleness; though, even so, there seems to be no sufficient reason why the country should not have the benefit of his services on the Committee of Imperial Defence. If the Unionists obtain a majority at the next general elcetian there are more unlikely things than that Lord Kitchener will be offered the post of War Secretary. The full preliminary programme for the season of Promenade Concerts, which will open at Queen's Hall on August 13, shows that the management intend to keep to the general schoiuc which h;is proved so popular iii previous years. The pro- grammes for all the concerts have been pre- pared so as 1o appeal to music-lovers of a wide variety of tastes. The first part of the Monday evening concerts will be devoted to Wagner, as usual, and Friday will be the classical evening, each programme including a Beethoven symphony. On the other four nights of the week will be given composi- tions more frankly popular in character, and Saturday night, as heretofore, will be the people's night. But popular music at the Promenades, as most people by this time know, does not mean poor or trashy. On the contrary, even in the most popular of the popular programmes, will be found works of great interest to musical people. A. E. M.
MOTOR BUS DRIVER MOBBED. A motor-'bus accident in the East End, re- sulting in the death of Jacob Fair bloom, aged ten, was iuvesi.i ;ated on Saturday by the Deputy Coroner■. The niothc-r of the boy. crying, exclaimed: The driver of the 'bus is my boy s murderer." Egerton Parry, an artist, who was riding in- side the bus, said the boy ran from behind a van, aud the driver could not avoid the acci- dent. The Coroner The driver was rather roughly treated. Witness: Yes, all manner of things were thrown at bim-bottles. cups and saucers. The crowd was mostly eonmosod of foreigners. Police-eonstabfe Parfridee said the demea- nour of the crowd was so hostile that he found it necessary to protect the driver. Frederick Bidmean, the driver of the 'bus, stated that he was travelling at the rate of five or six miles an hour when the accident oc- curred. The Coroner said the conduct of the crowd was most reprehensible, and he was of opinion that stringent steps should be taken to prevent foreigners in the East End taking the law info their own hands in this manner. The jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death," and exonerated the driver from blame.
MASKED BURGLAR OUTRAGE. Early on Saturday morning an elderly woman, living at Keighley, was drugged by a masked burglar, dragged downstairs, beaten, and robbed. The victim of this outrage was Mrs. Ann Sutcliffe, who lives alone in a cottage, and car- ries on a confectionery business. Abour four o'clock on Saturday morning Mrs. Sutcliffe was awakened by something with a disagreeable taste being forced into her mouth. Standing over her, and wearing a black mask, she saw a tall man, who demanded "her money or her life." The man dragged Mrs. Sutcliffe downstairs, and rifted the shop till. The little money she had, not more than £ 1 in all. was stolen, and the thief also helped himself to chocolate and cigarettes. Before leaving he struck the old woman heavily, causing her to fall against the table, resulting in painful injury to her back. The combined effects of the blows and the drugo rendered her unable to give an alarm or follow the man. Entrance to the house had been effected by breaking a panel of the door. It is presumed that a hand was then inserted through the aperture and the key of the lock turned from inside.
WOMAN'S STRANGE STORY. Catherine Cavendieh Chapman, aged 32, e i was charged at the Liverpool Assizes on Monday with obtaining money and food by false pretences from a lodging-house keeper, at Liverpool. It was stated that she repre- sented to prosecutrix that her husband had an income of £ 1,000 a year, and that she had £ 200 per annum in her own right. These representations, it was stated, were false. The prisoner had gone through a form of marriage with a man named Chap- man, whose wife waA living, and who had been a clerk in Holy Orders, but was in- hibited, and by whom she had six children. Her five elder are in charge of the Lambeth Guardians. i Mrs. Chapman, who had been previously I convicted, ™as sentenced to seven months* imprisonment in the second division. (
A SAILOR AND THE SOCIALISTS. At the Police-court, Sheerneas, on Mon- day, before Mr. A. J. Tassell, stipendiary magistrate, a chief petty officer, named William Black, serving on board his Majesty's torpedo-boat. No. 066, was sum- moned by the police for using obscene lan- guage at a Socialists' meeting on Sheerness Recreation C. roiiiid. The defendant pleaded guilty, and said he was very sorry, but he was very excited at the time, as he did not like to hear the Nary being run down. His Worship: What, was said? Defendant: They were talking of doing away with the Service. Polioe-sergeant Jenuer said the defendant was sober, but very excited. His worship discharged the defendant,
All the prizes at a baby show held at Ton- bridge were won by little girls. The Marchioness of Salisbury laid the founda- tion-stone of the first house of a garden suburb at LiTerpool. Lord Selborne has accepted the }>osition of chairman of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company. In trying to bsaeh. some boats at Portobello, Edinburgh, a boatnwn -named William. Wilson fell into the sea »ud Was drowsed.
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