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GLEANINGS. lb Is abated thab (lie extradition treaty with Argentina is nob to be retrospective. The remains of the late Professor Tyndall have been interred. The principal scientific societies Were represented. A new church is proposed to be erected, at; a cost) of about jC7,000, for the south-western portion of Harrogate. The other day a hurricane blew on the coasts of Norway, from Christiania to Bergen. Eleven vessels are known to have been wrecked. The Rltyl Journal announces the death of Mr. John Morris, who for many years was proprietor and editor of that paper. The Grocers'Company have given X50 and the Mercers' Company mi to the Metropolitan Dig- pemsary, Cripplogate. The body of a eeamnn, supposed to be one of the crew of the steamer Princess, was washed ashore at JFlamborongh the othor day. The Baroness Rhanen, the heroine of the recent murder case at, Clermont Ferrand, has been engaged for a variety theat re in Berlin. The Restoration Committee of St. Paul's Cathe- dral has under consideration the propriety of light- ing the cathedral with electric light. A Blue-book has been issued giving the minutes of the evidence taken before the Royal Commission on the Metropolitan Witter Supply. The ex-Empress Eugenie has arrived at Mentone. Her Majesty has taken up her residence at the Cap Martin Hote!. The Sheffield Trades Council have decided to hold their future meetings in a Sunday school room, instead of in a public-house as heretofore. The townspeople at. Llandudno have passed a resolution that the Commissioners should be requested to acquire land fur the purposes of a cemetery. At Rochdale, a coroner's jury returned a verdict of" Manelaughtei against Patrick Killoran, who, Ib is alleged, caused the deatli of Pal riek Layden by striking him on the head with a kettle. Viscount Bury is going to Egypt till t lie end of February, and during his absence the Civil Service Rides will be commanded by Lieutenant-colonel Card in. 'The Queen has been pleased to approve the Appointment) of Mr. C. M. Kennedy, C.B., of the Foreign office, to be a Knight Commander of St. Michael and St. Geotge. Whilst visit ing some of the soldiers at Tilbury Fort, Mr. l)iprose, an tigeiit; of the Presbyterian Army Scripture Readers' Society, suddenly fell to the ground dead. The Local Government Board have refuted to sanction the proposal of the Metropolitan Asylums Board to purchase the G angevvood estate, at Upper Norwood, for the purposes of a fever hospi- tal. Thedeatii Is announceifof the well-known French inatine painter M. Vincent Cordouan, which occurted at Toulon, whore he was engaged in painting several descriptive pictures of the recent Russian fei es. The Umbria arrived at Queenstown the other day, and reported that on the previous morning a steerage passenger committed suicide by jumping from the steamer's rail. Efforts at rescue moved unavailing. The commander-in-Chief, with the approval of the Secretary for War, has issued new rules for the supply of clothing to the regular army, pending the issue of revised regulations. The new rules are to come into operation on the 1st of January. The returns presented to the Metropolitan Asylums Board f-howed that there were now 3,540 cases of fevor in the hospitals, being an increase of 89 during the past fort,night, and 120 cases of ethallpox, a decrease of 21 during the tame period. Of the wounded men conveyed to the HÔlel Dieu, one, all Anarchist; nanned Vaillant, alias Marchal, after being closely examined, confessed to being the perpetrator of the deed. He iiJ being Carefully guarded by detectives. A chilli named Emily Esther Marson was burnetl to death in a fire which occurred as Buxton-st reet, Ulerlienwell, while her father, a cabdriver, was so injured that he lies in St. Bartholomew's Hospital in a precarious state. A lady named Kate DunErey. housekeeper at a lonely farmhouse near Henley-on-Thames, was found brutally murdered in a wood close to the house. The police have as yet no clue to the perpetrator of the crime. Mr. John Che8«ell Buckler, of Melbnry, Cowley St. John's, Oxford, completed his hundredth year the other day. He practised as 1111 architect till he was ninety years of age. He obtained the second premilllll for his designs for re building the Houses of Parliament after the fire in 1834. Dr. Macarthy, Roman Catholic n'shop of Cloyne, has died from all attack of influenza, which he con- tracted a few days ago. He was in his seventy- ininth year, and was appointed Bishop in 1874. His lordship, whose deaih is greatly lamented, will be buried in the cathedral. The coal dispute in Sco: laud has come to all end, a meeting of miners at Glasgow deciding for a general resumption of work on the employers' terms. The men are urged to co-operate with the English uiiueis in the fotiuation of a conciliation I board. At Tamil on, Henry Everard Hunt, manager of the Electric Light; Works, was committed for trial on charges of forging and uttering two promissory notes for f233 and jE44 with intent to defraud. The prisoner was entrusted with mouey to pay coal bills of the com Dan v.


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