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THE TROUBLE IN INDIA.

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At the annual prize day at Colet House School, Rhyl, the examiner, Mr. C. D. Chambers. M.A., senior scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, and Ellerton Theological Essayist, gave a highly satisfactory report of the work of the school. The honours list, read by the head- master, Mr. R. M. Hugh Jones, included five open entrance scholarships gained this year at the public schools, and numerous distinctions gained by old pupils at the public schools and universities. The prizes were distributed by Mr. Herbert Millington, headmaster of Broms- grove school, who delivered a very interesting address. CHESHIRE SALT TRADE.—The official returns just compiled shew that although the ship- ments for July compare fairly favourably with those of the corresponding month for several previous years, yet they were not satisfactory. The total shipments were 68,249 tons, against an average in the last ten years of 67,195 tons, or 70,290 for the first five years and 64,100 for the last five. The shipments to Southern United States shew a considerable decrease, and the tariff at the old rate having been reimposed, it can only be expected that such a condition of things will prevail. The general markets have been fairly good, and the coastwise ship- ments have been better than last year; but the fishery salt shipments to Scotland have not made up the deficiency of those for June. although they were some 5,000 tons in excess of July, 1896. The shipments of white salt from Liverpool have been 42,399 tons. Runcorn and the Ship Canal 12,862, and Weston Point 12,988. The increase on the Ship Canal has been considerable—namely, 5,774 tona on the same month last year.

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