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- - L 12 THE TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE '8, 1680. llt.x s rno TOLICE. At the JUssuHMiorsE, yesterday. IltsnT Artotx Watts, IT, ecletk, reidiof in llorooey - strt,Watminster, ws hrvur,tit before Alderman Sir llmfamin Ptfllip chrcri withst'aiinf.duriiicthe month of Mavlast.e letter contaioinsj too Wild of xrhnf fee 10.? (V, a 4X - o&e rW of b value of UK it, and a quantity of ottae U, value? twdateeit's, and fca.. ttM wAartjr of hi traitor, Mr. Jan Smith llerlurn. Tb rocotr, Ir. lletbom. i a soli - cih iTictWing. stith others, in Bird ia I'amKexHirt, Olieap - h!. The rnwiwr had N - eo in their service si clerk for taut' month, Ms datv being to stamp and Jct letters and keep the If ttwbook. On the 2.1th of Mv Mr. llejv. bom handed liiry a letter containing twv Hi's! of etcnsnsn for I'W ts,, with ir.structioat to deliver it immediately. At the eoronveiment of the present month th firm received a letter informing them that the bill hid not remittes. It w - js dlsom - ereU that there was a tfefaritncy in atarBfearnOQntiar, to IrtoNO end ., andj kocotdaiat writ rrvwvvsl of letters not fsyirtj - drlivwd Hie tallica wrreowtnmunicatfd with sDit tD!trnrtfl to epnreheod tl rion'r. Oo Saturday IMectifrMwrjrirr, Child, of the City Poliff, aw tin prtoof r in liotoney - street, Weet - ruinate r, am! told him he should arrest him a a charge of stealing the bills and rMtcc lUmp. Tine ptieotwt admitted hit gnilt. TLc police office r ararclird bit lodgings atnl found toe It ttf r and till in juftion in hit box.. '1 Vra rrf also found a If ttfr containing a jost - c3"ic order for 10. fid. and Smother letters which Mongrd to hi masters, There were also found H letters the prorierty of hit former prap' - oyrra. AH theae letters were of tbt greats! import - nor, an II wat lltouc.riv mat trie jrioer dm t nuiie.i stamr and sup,weu tbe letters., im prisoner said rs in difficult s at the time and this wis bis first ofence. Sir ltenjemin rhillipa sentenced him to two nonth' imnriaonarut, with hanl labour. At M tKt.BORorr.n - srni:rr, AtnrnTilEPtMJSi'ndSiKAH F.XPO, of 15,Robf rt - ttfft. t?iTcnor!quarCj were un - nrd before Mr. (ok br JcntrU Snook, unitary i fi at tlx) acbool, on the brotieht to the mull had a acme beating, tne UiTitiobal Furrron jctcrof M.Oforg,llnoirpr - ajuirr,for aellingailulteratf .1 Oulttr. 1 1 iDfircior aiairu id.i im: wvm a uje urirwi - acta (hop and ttirrhaacd a (vuimI of batter of tbo shopman for I. 4d. Ho diriJevl the battrr into three (ortion. citioc oti to tl - ahopman. rrUininj ooa Jiimvif, land tivitT tie other to the anaJjit. Tte inajretor pnxlurfd a ceruncate from Dr. CorfVid. tJ analyat, toth ctlcct that there wa only lOpf r cent, of butler and M t cut. of other aubstaue. TU defendant Albert Heddon mi J h was not aware of tbtre being anything wrong with the butter. He understood it to be witter. The insjctor. rcMTice to Mr. Cooke, stated that he aKfI for " butter . He btlieved the defendanta had only recently taken the ahop. The Klf nlant mi las soon aa lie found t&e article was comnlaii.etl of he derliried to sell any - Diore. Mr. Cooke fined him 40s. and l!s Gd. costs. At Westmucstos, . Mr. Howard ARyou. aaMttant fchoolmaater of St. Mary's (ftoman Ctbolic) day achooU, CaJan - trft, CbeJaei, w iiuramoBed! for auulting James Morris .Rowland, a boy of May. Tho boy, when trate, "ws found to h ind Dr. Ceorce lVarac sf the li Dhixton. found 16 or 17 stritf (serosa the battoeks of more than onlinary severity. Mr. Terry appeared for the defence. It appeared from the' evidence of the mother, whoso husband Las so neglected his children that he has been sent to gaol under the Kducation Acta, th.it the boy was aged only six year, and had not behaved himself, in fact, waa so little under control that she took him to the school and asked the defendant to give him a good ' canine," but " not to kill him." The boy would not go in, so sie slapped hi bead. Then he lay down and kicked, and the went into the school and listened to the correction. This, she declared, lasted a quarter of an boar. Tha boy not being now in at tendance, Ed wards, one of the officers of the court," waa despatched for him, but could sot bud him. Dr. Tearse dettved tljit tbre wis! no trmitent in - iurr. bnt tbe boy had been too severely caned. The de. fence was that tl e hoy was so ld and incorrifihle that defendant was askel to well chtie him', and if be had com - ' rait led au error in too aevercly castigating bim it was to be Lojed his future would not be branded by the stigma of a conviftion for assault.' Tbe Kev. John Cooke, the principal, gave the defendant an excellent character, and in tbe end tne summons was withdrawn on payment of tbe - medical man's fee and 3s. compensation to the mother. At IVoRsinr - STRrrr, A'Lrxrp Blt.tox, 27i omnibus rondnctoT, who had leen apprehendeil on! . a war - rant, was charged with uttering a forced and counterfeited writingi.'., a certificate of character, well knowing it to be forged, and with intent , to defraud. Mr. E. D. Lewis, solicitor, at earel for the profcecution which was hjtitutrd bv the London General Omnibus C'ompiuy. The prisoner had, it was stated, applied to tU - company for a situation as conductor, and being require il to produce some tidecce of good character prventcd a It iter purporting to be written by a firm ia AVotxl - strretvChfapciuej firing him a character for honesty and integrity, and saying that be had been :n their service for 18 months. The letter was written on paper with a stamped heading, but tbe h.Mid - - writinfwaA such as to arouse usiicion. A aupcrintendeut ' of the comiuy made inqutne and found that the prisoner Lad never Wn in the ervi. - e of the : firm Inetitioned. ' The company, however, put the prisoner I to work and allowed him to actas conductor, so that when the warrant was istued be might 1 apprehended. Sir. Lewis, in reply to a remark by the magistrate that the' prisoner' could have Ien proHTCuted under an Act which would hay' Uowed Lim to be summarily fined fcX), said that it wasdeirtdtoput a atop to imioeition of tbe same kinJ, and therefore the prosecution had bri'n instituted for forgery at common law. Tte prisoner ws fully committed for trial at thG Central Criminal Court. Frank Jostrn "Wilkis?, 24, described as a 'clerk, of Vellington - buildings, I'l'mHoo. was charged with' having stolen a jour, trap, and Lamm, talne i'lu, the property of Chafle Viugrove. Tbe prosecutor, a livery (table keeper " attOld iord, said tDe pristcer borrowed tl.e r roper ty in nudstion on tbe V - J of April for a drive to Loagbton. Jie never returned to the stables, and tho prosecutor did not tee Lis property until about the middle of May when tbe' pony, trap, and barneaa were) traced to the poaseiwion of a - MrT n atts at iliatteriH - a. Watts bad purchased them front or through ant ostler, named Saunders, at tha 1'rir.reM's Head publichouse. York - road. lUtteraoa. Saundera said that tne rropcrty had been put up " in the stables of the publichouse for about ten days before tne sale by a young man.i u atts was given into custody for feloniously receiv ig. and, together with the other prisoner.now stands committed for trial. l!oth be'and Saunders gave' information which led to the apprehension of the prisoner, who on being to d that two - men were committed for trial on his account said that he was sorry for it and that l.e should plead "Guilty. As they were innocent. The prisoner wa now identified by the prosecutor s foreman at the person who had borrowed tbe lony and trap, and by, tho j - otmsn at the lTinrt - ss's Head publichone"as the youth who bad " put kipf the pony there. Mr. Hannay fully committed the prisoner for trial at tbs burrey )vMon in order tiiat lie might be in dieted with 'Watts and tbe other pri.oner. . At the Thamf.s police - court, Charles WoLT, a teaman. and JlICHAKI. tLUlCUs. a nieman.ou board ttic steamslnii Viola, lying at Htrmitage Tier, St. John's, Wtppibg, were charced before J Jr. Lusbington witl) smugzlioir tobacco. The Viola arrived on Sunday morning at Hermitage Tier from Hani burr - Mlliam .New, a t. uitom - noui otlicer, found COib. of fortixn manufactured tobacco in tbe fore li'tle, and Wolf acknowledged that it belongvd.to hira. T2lb. of bimilar tobacco in .the stokehole wasla'dmitted by Velrichs to be JUs. - Ir. Iusmngton tinea plt JLi - n - s , the alternitivelbeing six months' imprisonment, abd Vel tichs the alternative being three months' imprison rce'nt. 1 1 i' At. SocTinvxr.K.' AVilliam IIarri. 28, Ileumont - stre?t. JJrw nwich. and Jous Harixr. 3U, Woodteckerr lace, I 'cptford, were! charged with bring about to commit a nteaen or tr.e jrce r acting s princiji in m prize ngnr. Jnspe ejtor Dawkins heart! that there waa to be a prize' bght at burbiton on the 31st ult.,and in company with Inspector Ffctllips went to the Waterloo railway terminus and rrtod Harris as he was about to enter a train, liarptx CTnW - ay, but was afterwards appreht - nded. lioth prisoners denied any inte ntion of fichting a prize fight. It was intendrl lb I merely a clove fgtit, and thry did not think there was anything illegal in that. Insjiector lawkins informed the mgitrate tnat tne prisoners bad been lor M - .me time in training for a regular prize fght, and.it was well known in tSreennicli and Dejitford. Mr. Sl.ide ordered each of thru to ester into recognizances in 10 to keep the peace for tcree months. Mr. Thomas At.LES, Sloane lodge, 'VhatminoTd, Forest - hill, was summoned by Mr. Turpin. tliC auiierintend - ect of tbe Brighton Railway (.'omjony's olice, for maliciously and wilfully damaging a second - class railway carriage by boring two holes in the partition, doing damage to tfcc eiuru oi iw. ir. imager prosecuted on Der.au or tr railway eomjiany. William Castloline, a heason - ticket bolder, living at High - street, I'eckham, raid that ion the afternoon of the 7th ult. he cot into a second - class comnart - mentHo go to Indon - bridge. Tbo defendant w alone ia the adjoining rompnrtment. Shortly after the train left the.Queen'a - road station the witness heard a acratchingkiud of nois". which continued near his ear until they paed the South llermoiidey station, when he turm - d round and saw the end of a gimlet through the partition behind him. He caught hold of it and cut bis cngerand thumb In endea - vaurinc to bold it until tiler irot to tl next station, but it was withdrawn. As aoon as the train stopted at 1ondon - bridge lie called the attention of tbe officials to what had occurred. Mr. Slide fined tbe defendant AS, and 10s. dimges.' - " At Hammeksmiih, ANN llMWlf, married, who carried a child in Ler aruu, was brought before Mr. Slteil. c Urged with stabbing J a nun Henoesiey on the head with a carving knife. Tbe partie are rieighbeurfc, lijli't in llrook - green - place. Hammersmith. On Sunday mbruing there wm aquanel between the boys of the two families. - Tha complaiuant went to protect hia boy, and caught; 'hold of tbe prisoner's oa by the collar' and ibyok hinij The prisoner came oui sun tirvcn ino coiupiaiuaai mice on iue two wounds, re oi nitiH V0RTI1AMPT0N. - The CONSECRATION 'of LT tha manor ELECT wOt Ulia r To - oktow (Wnsjl, Jm . at s ju an, as U CMtxxSrsL AofiaaaisoO; : VrlIYXfclSTltin.TiVistTSlI' Hvacinthelwi II I .1 rmtur .i iniu. . .w - Kk llik ..1 tik nn ni!rtrwltl) CbitsUaattr. A limit! Bmhe of rrTd wvaU bm. Kb lrtiU. may be sreorsd at lit. NlUbails Ulwr. X. Jl OM Ikiajtfwt. AdmlHtanXa MAltV - TIIK - VIKOIN. Crown - atreet. 8oho. IllKTLS BdlUr.ln. A.1IEAV:.& AUK Tt lXI.NO U1 U. ru.MltiyaaenurrelCnnir, ua.lf tM elfetKm h sir. a. ".riw - tlMlfoare. Organist, Air. J. VC, B, Hoara. Tbs otftrvnr will b toy the AUItbmi A.'uratn' Kd(y. RATIONAL SOCIETY "for rROM(JTIN(Ttne CiTAIlUHIIKl) CIIL'BUIf. - 1'bc flXTY - Xl.VTU ANNUAL RRXKRAL MKKTIXr. t In tU Mlof lbvwi, Nulmul Swlt i !Scr, hwortaarr. WMtutMSsr. tu Wedsdar. Jaon Slh. lKlMjoeixk. HM(irwwthArelhliHlrCANTt:HllUUY wUl lk IK Thslr, Th Itisbor of 1vo.ton, Manrhrttrr, . Altwn's. KrretorJ. Kiioe, the Kart 6t (rnarrou. It lUd ot lUrrowbr. Earl NIo. IUht Hon. Sir 11. A.Cruu, M.f ol otlif - wuM. It U hojwd. NirrvMnt. J AM KM 1) UNO A! f. UA, (Urry Ticttu mas h ebuinel oa attlkaiioa to U. Mocietr s oisce, n - uwit, nrsunuuirr. milK POOR CCKHfiY UKCTEF COnPORATlON I VLtlJwh It' A livmranniMl lir ILhrml CbsrUr 18S7, foe li imxnntlal Krl( ot th OJenj. V !!. , and Orphana B llmrt ot slckorsv trTnent, or xtnvr trmporary oiiirrw. T I'ATRO.NH. Tb LnA Arrlihlslioi of Caotertstry. Tha Ird A rrbNubon of T'ws. rrofesiiooal Ao.tltor - Mr. J. Udtil awl C) . MaBsIo hnose - tlitnibm. UMa v idortstrMt, l.U Tb aetliatlor.s for btip to Ui CorreaUon r cttrr so xwlafullf Biftuvoua anil nrtonl u at rrrarnt and the Committee nl rarowtir APFKALfwOSirwirvra. Church tolbctioas. iKnutloBa ami Sub - fcrijihun, to r nablt tticm to carrj on moir inou won wim lonwi UhrralHr. .All chtiOM should ! cm. Lond. - m nt WtmlDler liauk. 1, bt Jaa.es'iuac J. t - iJX. Ulll Ulroian. R. T. TMOTT. D.C.L, !ccrtary. oaen at the Oorporadon. 56. hoathiptoo - stnwt, Mrscd. W.O. ROYAL ASYLUM of ST. ANNK'S SOCIETY", ' Klrathuu bill and Attvnuste. aSdrdin brnir. vdacatloa, TO4ltitrnor, 6.1 rlotblnf to ekil.lren .f parents hn uxMrd In a sairvir sUUnn f Ida. H foluoUrr onotrllnuJotn Tba luitltttUoo Is not celj national liui oniteri. i oiirn irvxo an parw of the worl - t, tplian or not, ar nunw. .rrij - .iav ut itvtitcm Tna HALF - YKAKLV CtH.'RT an.l ELKCTION will hld at tha (Uimon lroal HottL on rnasr utooi. mnjunr iwiiiiociuci i if. ..Wriw with iwa vote. V3 UV : or with one vote. S 5. Annual suburriptloos. with two vutes i Is. ; or with on vote. l&L : ".. . t '. . Sulrlptlons snl eocationt imucn nrrueni rsmntiT nunwi ana III rrcvlfd 17 the mas'n, mi raruir, aurara - 11. II. EVAS. Secretary. rratrfailr I OS DOS OUl'l! AN' ASYLUM. AVatford(insti - 1 J iutt Ilia, fur th Mistranp, LlothlcCi and EducaUon of sitwvlrM OllJrrn of either hi, and wbrerr r)l.lrnt Tbe NEXT EbECTlUN will lake plac - n the ISih June, 1SS3, wten J nrpt ana (m , 12 (ir'.i aoJ .3 bOTl 1 r aketel. S - W children are now In tbe Aailum: 4.1i3 ur)hana bafe beea tOe - Ctist since tha locmatioa ot Iht Charity. The Manaarra Aptal ro.nt catucatlr for Help, the limitation de - nn.tm r.ir nm.tfiilia of Its Income upoo volatitsrr aid. Annual aetacrlptlon f'r one vote. 10a. 6J.: for too eotea, 1 la; Ufa subacrtptlwo lor one tole, i sutt4 ; tor two oie, ib puoaa. AKTHUH U. t'AI'KL. Treaatirer. JAM1 - S HOiiKi;. - . Hon. Secretary. : E. WALLEIUIXjE, Atsitt. deeretary. Offlce. 1. St Helen'rplaee. E.U i iVltTBARNARDfrS HOMES for 'FRIENDLESS and DlJiriTfTECllILDUKN. PrMiUant The Kit ht Hon. the Kull CAIRXR. I'ln.l'r.iklMi - The Richt Hon. the'Lord Kl.VNAIRD. Treaeurer Wm. oler, . " , iwcoiii, t - U. Ilon.lhrrctor T. J. iii'aruo. r.iK.u.n.n Sil.n. I Wm and Kouth - W Mtern Bank I Bow 11 ran eh. HI. The Uommitlee err earnestly AFP.KAL for HELP to carry no tha ir nek of three Institutions, now couUinln upwards of SCO homeless or orphan children. in - conneztoo with the Institutions there areMoottaaw homes for $ irla at tlfcol; a home for little l.i) in Jrraejr. and three lre aofnee tor boys and firia in the East ol London, all encaged la tnlniuj ehlLlren for owfal aoa tndiutrloua 11 Tte. ltrtltate caees ere always ellf ible. and niay he sent at any hour ot the day or nlfht. iiut caws not so urgent are rareiuuy in enlrt Into ajltl decided llHOtl chiklm. are itm:ttd irrtwnertiee ot dlfferrnces ot ace or S'Z. and In sriite of pbyU - al disquaUueatloni that lrequently lead to their betn' reje. - ted elaewnere. V.. mim ia tMUiredto oMaln adrrlaaion. There Is no endowment and the whole work Is dependent upon tha free will onrrluss of tbe hem - Toienl. Ahnut f in will suniiort one child In the Institution a whole year. Tt a llouee are alwajs oten to rial ion except on ea tarda alter - boon and Sun"', tifllre. IS and W. SterneT - causewsy. E. PROTECTION aZ'l". SlAltYLKltoNu FEMALE S(H!1ETY. 157 - 9. Marrleloue - roadl S.W. Tbls Society ki to reacue younc women who up to tha time ot their fall haie horne a cooa cnaraeter. r - M . Tboae with lnfanu are aaaistcd from a pedal fund. COSTIUHUTIUNS earnestly solicited. Bankrt Mrears. dir Samuel Seott and Co., 1. Cavendlsh - equare.'W. ltVQKiK rVCIIIlA tfOKE hecretary TTHAUITY OiTGAN" IZAT IO NT" SfCI ET Y. J omces of the Council. U. huckinghimtreet. Londoo. W.C. - Objects. T rreTcntion of rauperlsm I Thoroarh Inretitstlon. Diaontiraseroentcl Indiscrlutnste Approtrwte Asaiatance. ' AlmasivlbS A Committee has teen established in every Jlctropolitan roor Law KUNPS are reoolrrd throntbmit the year to carry on and develop tbe wcrkof the ccK - lety. ti.ntrirwuona parable to Mrara..UoutU and tJu.. i3. ntrand : or to U. li. Luch, Sectetary. 15. liuckLutbiai - streeb Iiion..W.C. HTitittTNO LETTERS. IVnmrw rcceivinR appeals f.rharitahle olifortt Intoi artuicanta with whom ther are not annualnte.1 are inited. Ufore replyiut to them. toCOMMUMOATLV ith the (Vntral O'nee of tbe Charity Omniutioo roclety. IS. liuck - locbam strret, Adelphl, cr with one of tbe Inalrict Umcea. j METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL SUNDAY Firvn rattnn - lfer MateaiT the OL'E EV. - SERM OXS in AU of this rtTND will he preached in uerly 2.000 of wirb'i on SnnUr next, the 13th June. Anyiwrxm uuable to attend 1itiu7 woriu'pon that cay 1 rKlursieu w aeuu uis or ncj conincu - tiju to ilia Lurd Mayor, at tne Manilon house, E.C. TOUTH - EASTERN HOSPITAL for CHILDREN, IA Hacknry - road, E. - IS1 ouV - palleQts and 31 In - patieDts rellered laat week. - fCNDrt much .NEr.IED. 4.JIXOA. Hecrelarj. SAMARITAN FREE HOSPITAL for WOMEN and CHILDREN, Iwr eymo'Irtrret, !'ortnin - pian - , VT. ; the Hraneh. L IXirrct street. jMauche - terjusro, W. r'UNDS greatly liMIKUr. im;iUamki oecrrtary. NKr.ll HI). UNIVK1 - 4 - Ifl.eil committed the head wilh a earring knjfxJrflirttn" which' wa of a serious nature. Mr, jtiscner fur trial. At Okkknwich, James Himmonlj, 40, living at Mad - dc lU - ottsps, lirocklev, was charged with being at the rear of the llruckley and Manor reads, supposed for an unlawful purav, and with assaulting 'Poliee - conitable Rowley, Tbepriaouer had been, twice .remanded, the con - stable bring too ill te appear. It appearrd tt at at 1 o'clock on May 10 the ofJcr saw the prisoner try several 1 gatei of tbe boasts in the Manor - road, and tlwn climb on to a wall. He caught hold of tbe prisoner,' who then - threw him into the road and fell on him. Tbty struggled toge - 'ther, when tbe prisoner kicked him on tbe arm and on the bead, aad then got away. On being agaia caught, he twice threw the constable to the ground. Tbe latter "struck tbe prisoner a blow on tbe head with bis truncheon. Two other constables coming or. tbe prisoner was secured. BowJey was found to have been severely injured, aad hsdbeen under medical treatment inc. Tbe assault was admitted, but tbe prisoner ssid the constable first seized him Iby the throat. Mr. Faljuy imposed a fine of 40i., the alternative teisg a month's imprisoameat. KRSITV COLLEOK (or NORTH LONDON) MPITAU Jowrr - streei, W.O suported by Voluntary Con - Lriuutiorxa. 2U5 lds, always full. Annual eiiwbdituie. jtl6.(XW. He - liatie tutwuie, JAWJ. n. iivixM,l!lJi!iHIiIlL.,L; .jiKwitix 11. i.nx, .sec. riMlE NEW HOSPITAL for WOMEN Maxyle - .1 .b - .ne - roa.L - The i hinaani are women. ISil. Out t.aileuti are aren from 1 to 3 p in., on Saturday morning, from 9 to 10. iT'NlW urgently .'.htUtD. JANE R. ror.HLAN. Stcretary. Eankers Branch Ilink of Kugltcd, Burlington - garaena. Q UEEN CHARLOTTE'S LYINO - IN HOSPITAL, - ISLMarjIebune - rowJ, W. ratrou - llrr Majetty the VUEE.V. yL'NDS are urrtiitly DEEDED. A rrglsler cf monthly and wet nures kept. lupil inideiTe aud nurtet rrcrired lor trainlnr. A. .PHILLIPS. Secretary O SAVIOUR'S OANOEH HOSPITAL. - Osnaburgh - street, Kes - ent'e - park, X. for the treatment of canorr and tiit - rnal ti.uiours by the SUcliel and other poc - aea, without tbs nils. Out - intiienu seeu daily from 13 tu 1L and Tuealay and rrl - 1a trfDiiigi. frcm 7 to 8. Treasurer. Kd ard II. I'aimer, Es, 11, Kim s Arms - yard. E.C.: Kdikera. Cocks. Hld.lulpb, and Co.. 43, Charuig - cruaa. Annual report graUa aud puat free. . C. S JI.VKVKY Sccreury f IMIE HOSPITAL for SICK CHILDREN 48 and JL 43. (ireat OnuorKl - strteti W.C. and Crou well - house, illgbgat. Patron - llrr alajeaty the yUEEN. CLalrman of Committee - Lord AltKltOARC. The Cojimittev earnestly MlLlC'IT C'tiNTKlHUTIoNH to meet the current cipensca. Ihe Hosplul depeudf entirely on voluntary u(i& .SAMl'EL WIIITMlltD, Secretary. IWokrjrs Vt";lliam,re)n!anJ Co.. Mi - srs.lii.are ; Mewus. Ileir.es. LULSDON HOSPITAL, Whitccbapei, E. 1 - resideut - II.R.II. tLe liuke of i.'Aiir.KinuE, K.O. Treasurer Henry H. tiibl. Eaij. . Chairman John Henry Ku i ton. Eso. The larreat Hoapital in Great Br.Uin. 790 beds. Tba only General Hospital fur the wools of the Eat - end of London and eastern suburbs. The annnal exend!rure exceeds the reliable income by J0,UOCL Contribution are earneatly req orated. iiankers Mraara. Ituoarts and Cu. aad Messrs. fGlyn and Co. Secretary. A. J. Snelgrore. . "Wanstea - J. AKY will be celebrated a! tha TNFAifT ORPHAN ASYLUM raimn - iirr mi Ttt niTYTIIlKIi ANNIV The h'latil Hon. the LORD MAYOR has kindly couseated to rrt - SIM. The leeeeenngw win commeiiiw a y wa. A aejewner at rtau jwi Tbe tanelaal arraogementa Uonlem Hradh. a imi. itk .uf .1 MrHiiai will leaea Urermol - atreet aft I S. Tlektt. 10a. fcd. each, may be obtained ot the 'lewarla. n at lb ofhee HXnilY V. UKl.tJi. Heeretary. HMr IM t1.L.ii K.R. lA7f(2INoCOlXK(Tir - T,Tie7oTn)T1o lj ANNUAL DINNER will be held ou Tuea.lay, June Cth, at the Cannon street lloleL at so ctocs. nanoLui w. tVoo.t - i.le. Weybrtdge' Surrey. I ANCINO COLLEOE. FOUR EXHIDITIONS AJ will be f hen after Eittnlnatloo oq July 31st. l. - ir rartlenlara annle to tha Hecrstary, I EAMINOTON COLLEGE. TKere are tTirce De l - i partmenU - (l Clelcel. CI MUitary and Ulru. lj) junior. will he under tha direetlon of Hi. TTtE TTifES COLtTJCf Of KEW BOOKS and VEVT EDITIONS. e Tab eelama Is rastrletad to Books et tha last tbm a stbaC KEQAff PAUL and CO'S LIST: - rrnwvi IsJa aIrh THSal"7 fitfT A LIFE'S DECISION. By V. W. ALLIES, Author XJL of " rr Crucem ad Loeem, Iaree erown Sto. cloth, trio" 7S. td. miiE niriTuoii in helation to the state X By eiiwARUMILLEC. Author of "TbenutoryaMrJoetrn.es oc irricrim. ac rSnn, en el.ilh 13a. d. MODERN PIIAUISF.E. and other Sennoni rruiE m JL Hyth( ritac'a. Ver the R Iilirv fNir t! rUN - .HI.AM. late Inrmbent of St. 'erMtreet. Edited fer the Terr ReV. H. H - DICKINsON, I.l , Dean of Chapel Royal. Llublln. IHE RELIGION of the FUTURE. - By JOHN riiaunn MnM lul fear Include ScholarahlD at BallinL aneea at Woolwich and foopera - niii. Apply so me tieaa saaater. t)ssATnrsinooiEKTRANufr Eutraneea i iVt it SHIPS. 12 to t enrolled for June Z talue from 73 guineas (covering school frea) to JC21 Aes under It's au.1 IS';. Candidal may Iw etamln! at IloasaU or Uifurd. as pi ef erred. In classic or niatbecoetlra. Apply Kee.tthe Head Master. JTnaaalfHchnol. rieetvond. RUCE CASTLE. - Tottenhami - Head M ttee. W. ALMACfcT. M A I'ha SCHOOL not only ireparea tia for the ITnlrersltles and Com - petiuvs t.lamlnatloa, but onrrs sn Mucaimo or a worouauy nrat - elaaa character to Lhnae intribled f ir rroferalonal or tmsibrrs life. School ImiMlnss and grunnda (23 acres) of exceptional healthiness. brant r. and convenience. rUDda recelre.1 as tbe half term. CJ PECIAL PREPARATI(JKf"of "EXAMINA - O TIONS. te.In UERMANY. tvdonel II. URAHLEY IUiBEKTS. K - E.P - K.U. Artillery. Knight of the Legion of llunoiir an t Me.1;ldle. for aeeeral years employed by the Admiralty aa t'rnfeeeor and "pedal Examtifr at the Royal NaTalCullee.UECEIVE.S a limited number ol PUPILS. Molern laogiiagee, elaaalca. mathematics, liceident C'haplaJU. S, Imtaani straw. Frrlburg. Ls - lcn. T' T liCAlTIECROZIKR, M R Crown in . faith nt:m an fluaf:rtjQJL dth. Sk. HE 11 RAIN' s an OUlIAN of MIND. By ii. chaklton - b.vstian;,m.d. yolaaix. imuw national ricientitlc Serlea. Small crown 8o.. cloth. 3s. fcL, EXTENSION of EMPIRE WEAKNESS! DE - EJ FIC1TH RUIN t With a prartiral Scheme for the Reeonatme - ttonof AalaUo Turkey. Br FRANCIS LLOYD and CHARLES TEBIiITT; 1. faternosteriuare. jyjESSRS. MACMILLAN and CO.'S LIST rv.s virtpiR'a vt?wu - iov lTiPHPHATII A : or. the Amelioration of the World. J vrniMu n,u - Knl .t U'.imlnttflr ALheT ' with Two rVrmona at St. Uargaret'a, WestmiuKter. at the Opening rf farltameot. Hr V. W. fARRAlL D.D.. K.R.S. C'aoon of Wcataiaster. Crown Jto., s. , Vnw eeadr in rrnvn firm. - a - ftHE PARABLES of OUR LORD, interpreted in L Tlewof their relations to each other. Bj rrofessor HENRY CALDERWQOP, LL.U. Jow ready. In fcp. 8vo., mo HOLDERS of BOLIVIAN LOAN CERTIFI X CATE.1 The ADJOURNED MEETINO of Certlflcat b'.Uera oojeeting to toe eooauct or tne t rustees wui ne neit at .o. j I enchurcn arenue. ume - atroct. .'.. oo neuaeajay nets, tne Ha last . at 1 o'clock. If. BARTON. r MiE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAI LRO AD I POMP NY ol CALI FORNI A. - Iue of 1I3.W10W S x per Ceiit Firit Mort'aga Cld Pondi. - Mevr. Soryer, I Irot hers hereby gtre notice that Uiey are 'prepared to EXCItjANUE tba fully - paid nCKIl'. iaaued by them ot tbe abore Loan, against deSnltlre Bonds. The Scrip muat be leit Uireo clear osys lor examinauon. , Anget - eoiirt, EC . Jan 7, lt3T. 1HRIS1 . fer. HRISTIAN CIVILiSAflONV with special . ferenca to India. By V. CUNN1XGUAL M.A - irart 111 - TUBER AJ - OSILtV. CHILDREN'S TKEASURY of BIBLE STORIES. : . Edited ty JOHN MORLEY. ENGLISH MEN of LETTERS. New Volnnie . For. By LESLIE STEPHEN. Crown lea. 2a. M. iU III LAN D ll'AlCWX Y of CAN ADaTTisWEo? X1W.300 FIVE per CENT, PRErEREJICE FIRST M'lRT - P.rt X MOZART to OPERA. ADIUi IUJI Alt Y of .MUrtlU and .MUSIUIA.!), Edited byC.EORQE GROVE. D.CL. to.. 3s..odi Siacmiuao ana Co., Lou'ion. liAilE BONUS, raoklnt as a pre - prrferenoeenstge upon the Ime, at tbe price, of JP0 lr XlOd rkwid. Intereat payable balf - ye doti. principal payable lit August, 1907. Tbe full vrusrwclu. with forma of application for those Bonds, can he obtained at Messrs. liliu. JlilU - Curne. ami Co.'s. Lombardtre and at the CVminatii'a office. 77. rubul. LooJoa. E.C. ' f "OLON Y of Qu KEN SLA Jill LOANS. The Vy (jueenaland National Hank (Llmite.1). No. 1X Old Broad - Street, Ei'.. - ill PAY! on and after lt rroiimo. the HALF - YEAR'S. ITI?kl.mT due at that date ou the DetM - Bturea. laatied under autho rity id Acta of the Colonial Leglalatiire. ZHh. Vic . No ii 27th Vie.. No. 2i . 23ih Vic - . No, i ; &t& Vtt. Na : 34th Vic. No. 2 ; 36th Vic Nil :4 : 39th Vc No. 8 i 43th Vie.. No. 19 : 41st Vie.. No. 23 : and 41 Vic, No. 10. It endorsed payable in Loodoa, the coupons must oe leit torse ciearuays tor eiaminsuou. ii. P. iiuciiak a. Manager. No. 15. Old Brol - street, London. tC. 2d June. liOl. PHILADELPHIA and READINO RAILROAD (HIM PAN Y. - The Committee arr)olnted t - l protect the inlereats of Boodholileis in the Phiadelphla ana Head lug Railroad In the legal proceedings pending In tbe United States request BONDHOLDERS to furnish imroeduielr. either thruuih their Bankers. Brokers, or otberwiae. their NAMES and ADUKESSES to tbe Secretary of tha Committee, lu ordrr teat tne yomumtce may be able to couunumcaie with them wbea necesssry. By order. r. M, I'llILLim. SecreUry pro Um. Dfflces of tha Comtntte, 15. Fhilpot - lsoe, London. E C. LJKVKN per I KM. IJKUENTUltrc UUMS. - rThe CANTERBUKY THEATRE of VARIETIES. Iaeue of 4.003 Sereo per Ccu. Debenture Bonds of X10 each, redeemable at 11 by annual dnicr. commendne 13. larce portion of which has been nritaterr snbaenbed. The D.rectora intite srclicatlons for tha re mainder of these Bonds, which' are a drat charge upon the entire pro perty. 1 be' eatlmated net Income of tbe Theatre Is 3.C00 per annam.whfch nni leaves a large margin after paying interest on Debentures and providing JLl as lunus on earn Hona wnen arawn. Eax - h det'enture holdrr will bate.' free admission to the Theatre nn every occasion of public performance. ApplleaUons for Bonds may be made by letter, or lull prospectus will be forwarded by tba Secretary. It. neaiimnnc, rj , u. t. nanngrtws, ixmuon, o. n. VIEW ISO U 111 WALES tiOVKKN.MKN 1' UE - .1 BENTURF. - 4. - The Bank of New South Wales. Financial .gents for the New South Wales (ioremmmt. will PAY. on and alter tbe 1st pruxluo,tbs HALF - YEAR'S INTEREST, dun in London on the 1st Julr, 1SS0, oa ail Iebeuturea isaued by that Gorcrnme'nt. Coupona and claim for interest murt be left three clear dare for examination, and forms for iJf ring tbe same may he had on sppll - ca'lon at me (, ha iu ur.ui.ut, rcreiary. tiaok of .New South Wales, Eajiia Broad street, Iiudon. 1st June. 1339. YICT0RTA (AUSTRALIA) PUBLIC'LJNr - The London and tt ratminster Bank (Limited) aud the London Joint Stuck Bank will PAY. "D and after the 1st proximo, tbe HALF VHl"SlTi:iiT.ln.l.l l,.l, IM1 nn IK. Ik..l.i under the authority lif the Inblie Loan Act. October, lSoS. aad Dego - llatea tnrougu tne six Asauctat! Australian nauxs. Th - Interest Coupons moat be lrtt three r tear days for examination and form for riatyirg the same may be bad on application at tbe Jxnidon ani Weatmtnater Bans (Ltnutedk V'tbhury, or tha Loudon joini - sioca tuns, 4Tinr s - streei. or the London aud N rstmlnst miNSLEY. BROTHERS, NEW "PUBLICA - TIOS : N'EW"W0RK"ooTbNDONjLirE and CHARACTER, LONDON TOWN : Sketches of London Life and Character. By M A RCUd FA LL. 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Barr Meadowa, 47, Vlctoriatreet, Wealluioater, S.W Free to the necessitous ; payment required from other applicants. BltlTlSH HOME for INCURABLES, Clapham - rise, S.W. : In.tituted 18fcl. Patroness H.U.H. tne Priujess t( WALES. Bankers Mrs. Barclay, Bevan, ami C3., i4, Loit bard - street, E.0. ; and Mesars. Irummoud, OLaring - croas, h. . . Thla Inatitutlnn 3!St ilanham road. Provldrs a home for those who are unable, through incurable disease, to maintain tormrrlTHs. Iu rerUin caw peuslona of 23 per annum are granted. All under :0 rears' of aa - e, or of the tuauier class, are inelgible. Full particulate on application to: tte HKreUry 73, theaiaide. The Home la open dally for tnai - ectiun, excrpt Sundays, from Z o'clock to 6 u'cluck iu the uuiiur moiitha. ( FI NDS sre very urgently NEKUKU CHARLES HOOD. Chairman. Oftfces. 73, CLeapstde. E.a EDWARD WEAVER, Secretary, p6 the CHARITABLY DISPOSED. The adver - I tiaer. w ho la UDfurtunately tn debt. wiehe aome kind person or beisocs to HELP turn to saro - his home," and, if powiLle, to go IntJ l.utlrwu. which he tborougLlykntJws. Alout 150 required, and ml sums aeut will lie grskduliy received as loans and returned at the eavrllaat opportunity, llrierencts jlTtn, aud a personal lulerrlew if wished, l iease send to Alpha. 13. Worcester - street. St. George's - " square, London. - CHl RCH PHEFEKMET. Tne .nu.vniLiY J KEtilSlER of CUL'KCII PREFERMENT now leady. cUtn - iog all particilaia of Advowsoui, rtcrt - uUttons, c , now fr Sale. Addre (eiivlusiug foir stajipsl Mr. II. W. Bag.ttr. 14. bouthamj too - tint, Strand. SALE of NEEDLEWORK and HAND - PAINTED CHINA, done by ladles In reduced eirenmstances, held June 15th, 1Mb, 17ii, at S7, lleruen atreot. W. (ground Ooorl. 24o cou - uexlon with Natkmal Artistic Colon jssrriedonjiijsmhf;. OARIS. Rue de la PaU. No. 12. an Vieux Parir JL7 Bell COLLECTION de BIJOUTERIE et OKFEVKKKIE ANCIENNE8 : obiet dTArt, Poreelalnea, Meublea. tirlositea, te. ROOFING GALVANIZED CORRUGATED IRON. S3 tons soiled eheas, siref, ift. to 9ft - lengtbv.Zft. wtd : also Iron Chanel. 60tt - liaf. 25ft. U I a Mlsalon School or Lecture Room. 45ft. by 20ft. Another smaller, oa saow at num - phreys, Knlgbubridg. 8.W, LOCK CORKS, by which every bottle, large or small can be safely locked and kept perfectly air - tight. Chain - eigne, lemonades. c at kept sound, when npensd. iw weeks. Pnc Is. Id . br Boat 20 tumps. - G. FLEMING. 128. Strand. London, iioM b most kraoeaantcrt, Bnuhmakers. Ou tiers. CSV V7ICTORIA (AUSTRALIA FIVE twr CENT. T RAILWAY LOAN (ISMI. - Tha London an I Westminster Bsnk (Limitedl. and tbe London Joist - Sloes Hank will PAY, on ami after oe 1st i.mx, ti ii ALf - l l.AULI i.Mt.iu.91, due 1st July. ISoU. on the iienenturei Isaued under tbe authority ol the ltailwar Loan Ait of .lSwi, and uegotted thruuU tbe s x Associated Australian junta i .The Interest Coupons must be left three clear dsyt fnr examination. and forms for iedfylug the same euay be had on application at tbe Indon and Weatmi'uler Bank (UmitodL lLothbury. or the London Joint JV.OCS lunl, iT.nne e - iree. t or the Loudon and t cstmlnster Bank umtted. W. AiTLE, Manager. For tbe London Joint - Stock Bank. W. F. NARRA WAV, General Manager. London, 1st Junv 18S3l 1 IMCTORIA (AUSTRALIA) FOUR wr CENT. BA1LWAY LOAN. - Tbe London audWeatuiinstei Hankll.imiteill and the Loulou Jdr.tsiock HanK will fAV, on and after tba lat I pros, the llALt - v KAi; s l.MLUtsl, n Jatjaiy. Itj. eo the 1 lieii oturoa is.uol uuJcr tde auiboritr uf tha Bad war I. - air ACUltU - 'lO'' anl ue, - o .law I mroiign tne aix ina - xiteo. Australian lianxv I be interest t ouixjua must oe left toree dear aays tor examination. nd forms for siacif - intf tb same may l bai on ai.nlication at the Lonlon ant neatminater tianx (Limned). ixtatnlry, or the Loudon olot - f toes iwaa. rrtuc a - u - ei. . tor the London aud Heatminstrr Bans (LlTdted). W. ASILE. - Manager. For the Lcndon Joint - Stock Bank, W. F. XARUAWAr, General Manager, London, 1st June. I860. nCTORIA (AUSTRALIA) FOUR per CENT, PUBLIC WORKS and RAILWAY LOAN. The London and Westminster Baa lUmitcl) and the London Joint Stock Banklwill IA I" M.nrftlu.lK. Ut.pnri.M th - Illl V.ViriU'd IVTrUTMl due 1st Julr. 1S&J. on tbe elntures Iaaued undcrihe autnority of tbe Iublic Wrrka and Railways Act', 1576, and negotiated tLroujh iue leo asaociate l - AUMraiun naoaa The Interrsl Couins must be ielt three clear days for examination. and forms for siodtylog the same may la bad on application at th Lonoou and Wettuiiuster Bank ILunl'.eilL Lothbury. or th Luudon joint 3ioc iuci. innce s - siret, 1 or the London and M estmlnster Bank ILimiteJ). W. ASTLE, Manager. For the London Joint Stock Bank. W. F. NARRAW AY, Geuctsl Manager. London, 1st June, 1833. TIOToRIa" lAUSTRALlA) FOUR - and - a - IfAEF ? tr CENT. RAI LW AY LOAN (13781. The Lon Ion and Went mLster Itauk (LimiUdl and tbe London Joint - Stock Bank will PAY. on and after the 1st (r. lino, thi 1 1 A L K - Y E A R'S INTEREST, due 1 t July, iSil.V the Derx - nt'irea isuc"t under thi authority of th lUilaay Loan aVl lE7d. and nezotiatl thxouuh' the teu Araoclated Au - trauan nanaa. Tbe lntret Coupons must be left three clear ilarsforeiamtnatlon. and forma for pecUytrtg the same may tie hail on applicatiou at tbe jx:uaon ann natminarer lians lumitedl,' Lioaoury,.or tbe London joint - stock nans, i - nnces - street. l or ti - e London and Westminster Bank (Limited), W. ASTLE, Manager. For tbe London Jolnt - S'ock Bank, W. F. NARRAWAY. General Manager. London. 1st June. 133. 1 JONDED DEBT, of SOUTH AUSTRALIA The U BONDS due on tbe 1st July. 1830. and the Interest due at the same date, will tie PAID by the National Bank of Auatralatla. No. 14j, Leadenhtil - etreet on arid after that, date, between 12 end 2 o'clock. The Bond and Coupona then due, tbe Coupons, as well as tee Bon is baring no Coupons, must be left at the ofhee of the under signed at least three Clear days lor examination, and IJ be receirrd from this dste. It will he a enntenlence to the Agsot - Geoersl if BondLoldejs would send In their Coupon duriug the Drat and second weeks In June. ' Tue liat to accompany ihe shoreean no be obtained on application eithtr at tbe National Bank f A'dtralia, 14, Lradenhsll a rcet. nr at tbia ochce. AKTill'it id.YTlI. AgeDt - tieneral for the (totrriuueiit of South Anatralia. . No. 8. Victoria - chambers. Westminster, Jute 1st. 1830. '110 SHIPBUILDERS. - Tho Dublin Port and JL !rks Board is prepated toreceire TENDERS for a STEAM iHtF.Ixltl: The specification tn;ether with a.spedal form of taader cm le oh uinrd. on payment of ICs.. at the (ifhos of th eugir.e 'r of the B)r l. liindon tt. Stoney, Ei - . Nortb - wslU Dublin, who will afford further information il requiTrd. Tendeis snd drswtngs of tbe l ranosed dredger, marked on tb out side of the erer' Tender for Sceam Dredper, mnut be delirered by post, scaled, i repaid, and addreed to the Serrettry. Iniblin Port and Iockoce, eetmorelsnd - fitrect, - Dubds, oa or before Wednes - ilay. the 23d day of .Itine. 1830. The Board docs uot bind itself to accept the loweet or sny tender. By. order. N. TRoUD, Secretary. . D'iMIn port snd DocVs office. Msy 2Tth. 1SS0. riO MllIPBUILDEIiS. - The Dublin Port' and X Docks Board is prepared to receive TENDERS for THREE iiort t,rt nAiuib& urawings can ra seen and the speeibeation together with a siecial form of tender obtaine - 1 at the office of the engineer of tbe Board, Hindoo B. stoney. Esq., North - wall, Dublin, on payment of 10. Tctidcra. marked on the outvde of the cover " Tender for nopper Barge" not l'delirered by post, araled, prepaid, and addressed to the Secretary, Dublin Port and Iocks oiBce, Westmoreland - street, Dublin, ort or before Wednesday, the 23d day of June, 1880, Tbe Board docs not bind Itself tn accept the lowett or any tender. By order. N. PROUD, Secretary. ' Fort and Docks office. DuHlo.. Msy 27th. 1800. , IllARITk . COMMISSION. - In the Matter ot the Charities calle.1 or known as TbeUNlTED WESTMINSTER sOHATTO V I MARK TWAIN. - 2 voU.. at arery Library. A TRAMPj ABKOAD. By MAUK TWAIN.! 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M.A . formerly F4.ow of Trinity College, Cambridge, tn 4 tola, VoL L now ready. , In Bonn's Library Binding, or gray cloth, 3 vols.. 376d. each. CUNNINGHAM'S. LIVES of the MOST V EMINENT BRITISH PAINTERS. Revved edition, with Note and Is Additional Live by Mrs. CHARLES HEATON. POEMS, by Sir SAM ELl'ERG USON. (Dublin, JL ' - wiiiuia MCJeeJ . Second edition, crn Sto., doth, 2a. frE! C1HURCH or DISSENT! An Appeal to Holy Scripture (Addressed to Di'sentera). By I P. GAItNIe'K. M.A, Rrctor vl Ctanworth with South btugb. Norfolk, ' and lata FeUow of All Souls' College. Oil ord, ' io - York - street, Covent - garden. rilHB HUNGARIAN WISES of Ha ImlTT"" nvtvata naa aioo. By oaarsea tha eFlJZ2l& and sutlclent Ibwm pr .loe - d.Dol only for thVlmtrt3'JUH also for the varlo CoarU mt Lw li &ar2P lesser Tia.ta.1 tha eaL'ars of tba Arid.ka. UdflUFl - "at. traordlrardy high qualuie of the. niSJtU sV vieeof Inaodaemg than, Into tat iaui. S22M' J of Httncarywera to Whsasof that amxatry Wad.i3?" bsawnttiauaaaMeftWircBatsait arowiaa. t aLf?,rJfr lanr. o, mad eosseeaaioa to Ht: Max Greer, TH. prndw of hi astat for aix years. raaaaTeiu YK " - o - aieaitTOaE rWMlK HUNGARIAN AVINES of His 1j . JL koyal HIgHW th. Moat rW AreeduT. aTM,,M Th Bad Kadaru and WmU RetaUn s iZTSi. 2rUCBT fcgbJyrecncnaHTided. Aaanrted iUJT X ioa . daUvered tree la every part of th. KtosSeiT' r" - CAUTION. - The bottles are protected brtha, . of tha Archdae.1 Estate, without - UchW. .VT1 ramphleu free on aptUrlioo Puaia. MAX GREGER ndCTW3.nrebir!t7to - Majesty the Onaee. sol etnuaVnar. in. .v - to. Hey for threat Britain. Ireland, and th Enchah colcaiW'l' TT1 V8 ' EC, ami 2. Old BotM - straet, W. 0ni - sr7. atinctag l.aa. VVih.?!lrcDig,n.'; IA' GREGER - S" . n... t . " sre branded with our naeaa la full and with th ut.2Tf iUiou which nooa ar genu.na. - Mat Creger aed 7x ZrfZJ CAR. chants 10 tb Queen,?. linclcflane, and 2. OriBoodeet. ' ARTHOLOMEWrtaFLEICHEtt"forp BARTHOLOMEW Mcrnpid?fcH?T r - ANT1UUK OAjCjCRNITL'Rt BARTHtiLOMEWTmrl FCETUilKk for fHr PLKTE ANTIQUE DINING - ROOM ai'lTEx iniZ Jil' BARTHOLOMEW and FLETCHER, 217 and 215 Tottaonam - eonrt road. Dwigns frea b7pr - - J - BENHA3I and SONS. 50, 52. 5. Wirm'ore - rtrrT London. W . Iroomoniers sml Eseina. il... .lTTrr Workers. Lamp, Bath, Mot, and Rasa - Jlikers. Hri w.i " Ga Engineers, be rtpertfuily to lnUmat that. u order STT."! tha atmtst poanrj ad ran tag. to ttcae eri.tmeT. Zl)Z ta.aatrtaM nsasyasstaassar t.aa BSas. xa.a I - I . . . w If T - T rtasktV. awvaivs ixsjaw.. aa w ssy j Wfc raj tjj - tvaaaj afc fl laVaWs a. J a ' cent 12a. tn the oo all goods purcaesed from tlkamTarTi - . PT wbea ordered or 1 - f - wadalirery. tor BEN HAM and SO,NS will continue u aiW . eeot. discount on all good not thus nraraT. liTr.P" toarerora to be earned to account, aad also oo all retain . T. " .work. xept in tU case of Um4e (which r sac. wlL i!22r" stated). U paid foe witnia ooa month after oelitar y ot rmxU wVl!" pl - twa of arorx. or 24 rr cans, ii cakl wtuun th J! ... "that parioilrthere wU ba no diacouat. Acoouata uj s. ovaSl . seat In monthly, if so ordered - otherwise .niiarterfr. Intaraat aatlf rata et i per cent, per annum will be charged oc ad accoonu ,71 . witain 12 months. warn not pajij BEN HAM and SONS will open deposit if.r for sums of 42 and upward, and orders will a T - T: .u asucmat Opeantad. This STransraaneat will enable rntn,., .. , " tbamselT of tha special easa discount without tha naoeadty toe aVu and correspondence, and at sa - tv time wiil avoid th ecat of nnwl orders for small pvchsses: SuteoenSaot soeount ci k. r . pnc1 li - ally.aod balance may ba withdrawn t acy tlm oa tpc4Warl7 JENUAM and J(K& - 2. 6ifi JUBIAN BLACKING. Most economical of'aT 1 . blsekter ta uae, on tpelieatioit'laata a a VTUBlAN BLACKING is an oily iiqr5reri "aTUBlAN BLXCKING polisheaSstryrsrltoul "VTUBIAN BLACKING wiU retain iu lustre iila NUBIAN BLACKING is perfectly wa - erprooiL"" XTUBIAN BLACKING keepa the leather sof'tanj JL " prwrt it. XrUBlAN. BLACKING ii free from aad. and dos lirelT does not Ware tte leather. TVfTnnANB LACKING will not nib o3 or soil ladlea" akirt. UBlTiKINGTathe only or - iaal prtpan. k. siaw awiwatT V Majnirwaai tasli wsslfcWJsMP. is saitable for geotlaasen's. aad children's boots aad shoe. WTJBIAN HARNESS DRESSING is a new pre, J, 1 paratio) a harnaSa od and dreeaing combined kj UBIAN HARNESSTDltEiialNG is easily apolied with a sponxe, attached to the cork. - arresta th s jyUBTAN" "VJUBIAN HARNESS DRESSING ta wrfeetlT J.1 ' waterproof, and rain srlR not aject It. XUlHAr"HARNES3 DTtESSJNG need only ba A.1 applied one a month. TJETAN xrunlAN 1 1 leather permanently. VfUBIAN HARNESS DltESaiyG J.1 i HARNESS DRESSING decay of tha leather. HARNESS DRESS INXFts" HARNESS DRESSING is an in tense black, free frota add or alkalL HAHN KiTJKESdlN G restores faded will alwan keep tha lsalbsr soft and protect tha hamaas from the action of tha weather. "VTUBIAN HARNESS DRESSING ta an entirely ll xw lareetioB. aad differs from' all others, bainz a ehamieal black. "VTUBIAN HARNESS DRESSING L 1 bmahtng or Dreoaratloo, vttjbiak Harness - tocisfl" Xl laathar parts of harness. requires no for the patent - "VJ'XJBlANTLXltNESS POLISH restores ofd patent It leather equal to new. . ' "VnJBLAN HARNESS POLISH need only be XI applied aosasionaUy when tha leather beonmes dtuX - VffJBlAN HARNESS POLISH pfes aa elisUc JLl glo - s, which Is Imperrions to all waathers. : . T UBIAN BLACKING, Harness Polish MoDres. in - can be ordert through all dealers. Price of all tba Nubian rTesaratieas a aboe. Ia. aod 2a. rer botil. Larxsi size nuca cheaper, containing aaoat thre - time tb craantiiy. ! YEW WORKS by SCi - Ia - "VTEURA gbshrjur - J X By T. SI . . Ibe illiapiul f.T 1 ON.GMANS and CO.'S LIST : mHE MISSION A ItY SECRETARIAT of HENRY L VENN, ail.. Prebendary of St. Paul's and Hon. Kee. of th Church Missionary Society. ; By the Re. Wj KNIUHT, M.A., formerly bee. of tee OLsoe, With au Introductory BlocraDhical Chapter and other Additions by Mr. Venn's boas. evo.. with Autotype a vruait, jiricv ici. A CAVALIER'S NOTE BOOK : beinff Notes. Anec - dotrs. and Obserrations of William KlundelL of Crosby. Lanca - tv), tjaptain oi uraoons under .Uajor - Oenersl o r Tuoma Tiidrsley, Kct , ia tbe Royalist Aruir of 1642. ' Edited, with Introductory Chaptera, by the. Rev. T. ELLISON UIBaON. Croan 8o., with kacsimile, 14a DR. RItiBY'S LETTERS from FRANCE, Ac, in 17E9. Kditeit by his Daugh'er. Lady EASTLAKE. Crown Sro.. Iu. Id " Singularly rutertainina - letters." 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THE CONVOCATION PRAYER) BOOK ; bein - the Book of Common Prayer, With altered Rubrics, showing wnat would be the condition of ths lok it amended in conformity with the recommendations of the Cvnvoeationa of Canterbury and Yerlr, 1879. . mHE METALLURGY of SILVER and GOLD, Tart 1.. with numerous Ulustrstiona. Br JOHN' PKRirv M.D.. K.R.S.., Lecturtrl on Metallurgy to tte Advanced Class of OfScera of the Royal Attil:ery. tc. I Post fro.. IStZ URRAY'S HANDBOOK for EfJTYPT. in - cludinz Descriptions of the Course of tba Nd through tmn an - l Nubia, Aiciauona. Cairo, to Framids, ami Thebes, tbe Suex 'aual. tha Peninsular of biuai. the Oaaes. tha Fyoom. ac Mara and plans. Second edition, w.th Portrait. Sto 1 1? rpHE LIFE and TIME of ST. JOHN CHRY - . SOSTOM. A hketch of the Churrh anil the Kmnira In th - I Vth Ceotarr. By W. IL W. STEPHENS. M.A.. Author of the Lite of Dean Hook. aCm ALMSHOLVKS. now administered Pursuant to the ntSTisions of a ncneme retaL,isi.eti ry au oruer oi tne Hoard Of Chanty Commu - siobers for EusLiua and Wales, date.1 tha 11th July. 1879, and In the Matter of Tb CharitaUe Trust Acts. lSjJ to 1315. - By direction of the Board of Charity Commissioners for England and Hales, not Ire ia hereby siren, that a PROPOSAL has been submittal to them tiy the Trustees of these Charitiea for the S ALE of the PROPERTY of the Chanties mentioned in the subjoined Schedule for the sum of 21.001 Any objection1 or proposal relatlre to the said sale may be notified tn the Coinnitaaioner in wrltinr, addressed to their Secretary, Wbitc - lulL Iudon. S.W.. wltr.io 21 days from tbe prnllcstlon of this notice. Dated the Sin day of May. 1830. HEN UV M. VANE.ecretry. Mchndule.Tbe Buildings belonging to the Almshouse, called or known rcepeclivrly as Jmes Palmer's and Nicholas Butler's Alms - hnusea. with the respective sites thereof andtheappurteiiances thereto reaprctiTely apiwrtaimug, the wbule beiun situate on the north aid uf Victoria - trt iu the irisa ot St. Margaret; tn th City ot Westminster. . - HAR1TY 8o . lha.. alHE GREEK VERB. - Its Structure and Deve - . lopment. By Professor O. CURTIUS, of ,th Unirer.itT of Leipzig - Translated Into English. By Profeaeor A. K. WILKIN'S. M.A.. and E. B. EOLAKP, M.A . Owens College. MancLsater. With Marl snd Plana to . 10 , .f URRAVS HANDllOOK for SOUTH GER - XTA MANY. Wurtemburnl Bararia. tha T.ml An.tri, s.Wn,. biyna, Hungary, and tee Danube, from L'lai to the black Sea. " With tpecial directions fur travellers to'th Ammergau Passion play. wuuu Aiuuaj, ruuemarie - strreL t "H All J fo.Io LEE and COMMISSION. In the matter of the wingOharitles - namely til the CHARlTIKrl of 8ir HENRY nd ulhers, and (21 MARY DATCHELOR'S CHARITY (IVt.aii.li Branch I, reepertlrely almlntnered for tb benefit of the parish of .Saint Andrew UrtOt - rahaf tin the City of ludoo ; and in the astter of the Charitable Truate Acts 1363 to 1869. By directioni of the Huard of Charity CVimauiaalonera for England and Walea, uot lea Is hereby giveu that tbe Truster of the .aid Charities propose to ORANT a BUILDING LEASE of the PROPERTY mentioned th the subjoined schedule tor tbe term of 80 years from tb 25th day of March. ISSQ. at the annual reut of jCuXi, the lessee covenanting to expend not lea than 7.UX) In rebulldiug. Further particulars may be ascertained from Mr. Charles Robert Riving tun. Solicitor, Fenchurch - butldlnga. E.C Any objection to the proposed leas may ba transmitted to tha Commissioners In writing, adJressed to their Secretary, Whitehall. London, B.W.. within 21 days from the first publication of this notice. Dated the 4th day of June. 1830. HENRY M. VANE. Secretary, i Schedule. . 1. A Messuage or Dwelling bouse, being No. X Pt Mary - ax, la th City of London, belonging to the Brat above - mentioned Charities. - 2, A Uessusge or Puhlle - bouae. known aa the Suyir Loaf, being No. 2i,C.rt tit. Helen's, In tbe City of London, belonging to th tame Charities ; and 3. A Messuage or Dwelling - house, being No. 1. St. Miry - aie afonr laid, belonging to tbe secondly abovemeationed Charity. All which said messuage are now held under leases granted by th Trustees of the said Charities foe terms erpirlnj on the JStb day of December. 1884. at reals amounting Jn tba aggregat to 305 per annum, and th sites of which said mettuages contain la tha whole about 2,180 Mipertcial Mutre feet, and have a frontage to St. Mary, axe aforesaid ot 3j f et $ inches, ani to Oreat St. Uea i aforesaid ot 43 feet or thereabout. 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OPKCIAL SALK of FRENCH DRESS FAI O bought ia Pans for cash, at extraordinary discounu. iocU - Un:15,000 metres Bullion Gauze, at 4!d - per yard. 3 - H piece all - wiol Angolas, at S.Sd. fr yard. 100 pseces t aocy Cachiaera Merinos, lis. 9d.'thw areas. aoO piece Fsncy amt Plata CaatOMrre. at.. 2d. par yard. t A Manufacturer's ntir etock of very, nca Cseaoier sad sua. pompailour sad Damasae. amooncing to sereral hundred piers. I tvery variety of Oriental and other mixture, now so meh used tor draping cnattunee, at K 3it. aod 3a. lid. per yari ; wfctoer " terersl other Urge lots and novelties equally cheap. Th fo'i are all lrlect!y be and ot tha highest uualuy tu their respective CJaaea. Patteroa tree. PETER BBlNSON.Ostes - dHStreat, . "TATERIAL and WASHING COSTC3IES. - A ivX large aad varied assortment - t aU Ul newest stile mmsc - up ostu.K.s. t lack aod all cotour. confeung of Bag de I lw.: ADjxda Foul4 Ctotb. Cashmere. Beige. SatAia, Indian Muaiis.'Cr - - toon, oatmeal Cloth, aud ouser faa&U,nahl fabrics. Among csr Tho Violet, ia fine Belje ..... s ... The Beatrice, ia Casnuiere audi SUk .. The MlUwent, tn bu - e de Ilni .. t 3 1 Th Nina, ta Cashmere aod Brocade .. .. , .. J .The Elba, la Pompadour Crttoan . .. .. .. u I Pstterb and Iiluatrations of these aad 40 other design pest Irs. - PETER ROBINSON. Oifxud - atrret, - . - - VTEW' SUMMER cbsTUMES. - Loni - e, in pU 8 il tr ltrud I4ack OrcnaJlDe.uipU maiertai for bodice, ZU. Myrt, In plain aod br eaded Japanese Stk. in black, wail, aad a colours, am pi material for bcllee, 2 ISa &0. - . tebort Te Uoana. la Cottoo, trimmed emtroidery and riDcon now frou. 42s. . , Indian MiallnfTostntre. trimmed Isos aod r.bbon. from ta, Feta III issis. from 2, bd 300 Xorn.tii Cotton Costumes, from Us. 91. Ball Dreasa. from l"a.M. ; XTEW MANTLES, is now worrtT - The Jersey Jacket 1 in new elastic material, with siikiaed hood, ta old ge W aod gold, and various coloured stnpes. Jersey Jactsta m dlagooal. wits bood licsd satta. Hack and coaoored. Childrao's Jerseys, in various sties aad Valour. SaaXaa eti Tisitea. 15s. lid. anwarda. Caahmcr aad other Yialtee.'!. 3d. apsrarda Shoulder Capet, new shape. 3Sa. Sd. apwardsr Alpaca Lostr imst toaaa. 5. iio. sysara. tV a!I Wlteraroof Mantle, ta aaw shape. Children 'i Cetaaa . W a ares Visites aad Jackeu for cmldrsst, - ta PETER ROBINSON, uxford - strset. 7SSXS lPSSom - N aad coloerad - XTEW FASHION BOOK for tae. Beasoc., - - j Illustrstions and Price - List P,? - Also aaparat oheetx. each cootaiaing front 13 to ,30 nfatsrajcs th following oepartKestt : etia ucatusses. catena. - "" n.n Ccatomee, e - ammer Costomes. Maatass, FaasWS Dresira. Opera Msotl. Lac - aad M.Uiaery . Faacy Ardkrsrsras and NoveltJe. Wtterrrocft. Seat scet - fre oa rgi good are narked at r a - taoaey poos ta plate Bgurea. airev - fre to any railway station ia tb tiasdacn. ? JpETER ROBINSON, 03 to 108. Oxfejrdtrert.' ;