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"IAN IIACLAItE.The Rev. Dr. Watson (" Ian Maclaren") on Wednesday preached the dedication sermon at the Roath Park Presbyterian Church, Cardiff. DOWLAIS Woiiics.-At a meeting of shareholders in the Patent Nut aud Bolt Company [Limited] held at Birmingham on Wednesday the proposal to purchase the works of Lord Wimborne at Dowlais, Cardiff, and Abercynon was agreed to o unanimously. WILLIAM HANCOCK AND Co. [LIMITBD].—At a meeting of the directors of William Hancock and Co. [Limited], held on Tuesday morning, Colonel Gaskell in the chair, all the directors being present, it was unanimously resolved, subject to audit, to recommend that a dividend for the half- year ending May 31st, 1900, be declared on the preferred ordinary shares at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum, and on the deferred ordinary shares at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum; that the sum of X2,320 5s. be carried to the reserve account, thus raising it to S105,000, and that £684 5s. be carried forward. This dividend make, with the interim distribution, 8 per cent. for the year on the deferred ordinary shares, as against 6!- per ceut. for the previous year. DEATH (IF LOUD Locti.-Lord Loeb, formerly Governor of Cape Colony, and High Commissioner for South Afrioa, died on Wednesday afternoon, at his London residence, at the age of seventy-three. The late Lord Loch [served in Doth the Army and the Navy, and afterwards was engaged on special diplomatic service in Turkey and China. A RECOllD PKICE.— On Wednesday afternoon, at Stevens's Auction-rooms in London, an unrecorded egg of the great auk from a French collection, the finest specimen known of this special marking, realised the record price of 305 guineas, and another eg, which was purchased in a box of fossils at an auction in Kent in 1891 for 36s. sold for 180 guineas. The purchaser of both eggs was Mr. Gardiner.

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LLYNGIBBY CASTLE v. MR. H.

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