D e c e m b e r 10, 1910

THE

DAILY MIRROR

Page 3

UNIONISTS STILL

PART¥ GAINS AND LOSSES YESTERDAY. AHEAD.
UNIONIST GAINS (2)^ U&i.
119 215

LtBERAt.
LINC3. [Loutlil-Timothr Davies

GAIN,

CIIESiriRR (Altrineliam)--,r, E.. Kebty-Fletchol LANGS, (Darwen)—Colonel J . Ruthiirfora

MaJ. 72

MAUUETANIA'S llACB AGAINST TIME.
350 Firemen Engaged for Dash Across A t l a n t i c and Back.

NO CHANGE—UNIONISTS (13).

NO CHANGE—LIBERALS AND ALLIES (15).
BELFAST ( W e s t l - J . Duvlin (N.) H!(.E(JKNOCKSIIIRE-S. Robinson DURHAM ( J a r r o w ) - « . Palmer FLINT JtOROU(;llfi-J. W, SamniBrs GLAMORGAN (MitD-IL Edwards INV'J'lRNl'Sa RURGHS-.T. A. Bryce LANCS. (Laricastoi)-N. W. Itelme LANCS, [Pi«:!twicH)-Sit F. Cawley LANCS (Stretford) -TI. Nuttall LEICESTERSHIRE |I«ughboi-oiiBh)-Hir Mauili^o Levy LI'ilTII BURtillS RL Hon. R, 0. Manro-Fei ison.. MERTIIYR TYUVIL—E. Jones —J. Keii- Haidio (I.ab-l.. .. MONMOUTHSHIRE ( N . I - R t , Hon, R. McKau . NORTHUMBKULAN!) [!ierwii'k]-Sir E. Grey PliEBLES AND SELKIRK—D. Maclean A63 1,880 Ill 509 1,622 tioQ 134 3,166 076 572 ],7(i5 6,981 6,230 3,136 1,6SC 201

Party's Net Gains Once More Number Three.

TWONOIITHERN 8EATS
Lanes, and Cheshire W i n s Set Off Lincolnshire Loss.

DEVON (Totiie3)-F, B. Mildmaj 2,213 DKNHIGII BOROUGHS—W. Orrasbj-Cora , . 9 ES9KX (Maklon)-Sir Fortoscue Flamiory 693 GLOUCESTKRSHIRI': (Oiiencust-cr) -A. I). Dathurst 781 IIKREFORDSHIItK (Leominster)-Sir J . R a i i k n i . . . . 1,169 LONDONDKRRy CITY—Mivrouis o£ Hamilton 106 LONDON U N I V K R S I T V - S i r l ' , Magiuis 722 MtDDLKSEX (ETijlold) Captain J. R. P. Newman . . 936 NORFOLK (Mitl)-W. L. Tioyle ,39 PERTlLSIIiBli; (WesD-Marqiiis of TulllbarUina 390 H U T L A N D 9 H I R E - J , Gretlon 5"2 TYRONK ISoutli)~A. L. Hornw K.C 300 WORtJJllSTJORSniRE (Droitwiehl-,1. C. J.yttolton 70

TWKLVi: DAYS' TKIPEhdiorale Mauretania';; Atlantic prepar;itions atten^pt at have a heen made for tho tho record days, diish across ant,! b a c k i n t w e l v e

NATtONALIST CAIN (FROM IND. NAT.).
LOUTIt (Northl-R, llazletoa '*^^

' J l i e g i a n t liner l e a v e s t h e M e r s e y t o - d a y , a n d t h e C t l u a r d oilieials h o j i e that s h e will h e b a c k within

MR. "TIM" Ul^ALY BiUTEN
Denbigh, W o n by Eight Votes in J a n u a r y , Retained by Nine. POSITION Already Elected ... Still to be Eiected Unionist Gains yesterday Liberal and Labour Gains yesterday ... Total Unionist Gains Total Liberal and Labour Gains ~. AT A GLANCE.
460 2t0 2 1

John Ilackctt, and his opponent, Mr. Martin O ' D w y e r , I n d e p e n d e n t N a t i o n a l i s t , also h a d n u m e rous b a n d s and supporters. T h e c o n t e n d i n g s e c t i o n s g o t into c o n v i c t a n d t h e police m a d e several c h a r g e s , u s i n g their batons freely. Several persons sustained injuries. Tn t h e L o u g h b o r o u g h e l e c t i o n y e s t e r d a y llirec patients were taken in c a r r i a g e s from Loughb o r o u g h H o s p i t a l to r e c o r d t h e i r v o t e s ,

YESTERDAY'S

DECLARATIONS.
were

t w e l v e d a y s , an<.i so be a b l e to l a n d h e r from America in lime to sipeud

(lasseiifiers in

Christmas

T h e f o l l o w i n g r e s u l t s of T h u r s d a y ' s p o l l i n g s a n n o u n c e d yesterda)- ; —

I'haope. E o r tills t r i p o v e r ^ M l i r e i n e n h a v e b e e n s i g n e d on, ' I h e y will w o r k b y shifts a t t o p l u u s s u r c . N e a r l y 7,0u0 t o n s o ( c o a l h a v e b e e n t a k e n o n b o a r d , E l | ; l i l y tlKiusan<l p i e c e s {>! Hneii siiHieicnt l o r the double j o u r n e y h a v e b e e n plaeeil o u board in L i v e r p o o l to p r c v e o t d e l a y in N e w Y o r k . S t i l l , wiiliin l i u l y - c i j ; h l h o u r s a t t h a t p o i t (|uile 12,UI)0 t o n s of e o a l , p r o v i s i o n s , w a t e r , bagijage, a n d m a l l s will h a v e to be h a n d h ; i l - ;!,Oi)(J p e o p l e will b e e n g a g e d In t h e w o r k - - m a k i i i i i t h e c o s t o t t h i s q u i c k t u r n - r o u n d ui>warils of 50 p e r c e n t , i i i g h e r Uian the u s u a l [ i r e p a r a d o n s . ICvery p o s s i b l e p r e i i a r a l i o o h a s b e e n m a d e t o e n s u r e s u c c e s s , a n d tlie s l i i i ) p i n g e \ p e i t s believe t h a t t h e C u n a n I C o m i i a n y ' s b o a t will a e c o m i i l i s h t h e [eat w i t h o u t a hitclir I t is h o p e d t h a t I lie M a u r e t a i i i a will average twenty-si.-; k n o t s all t h e w a y , w h i c h w o u l d itself b e !i r e c o r d .

ENGLISH

COUNTIES.

CTIESHTRK

(ALTRTNCHAM).

ENGLISH LANCS,

COUNTIES.
10,355 7,169 3,166 1906- Sic F .

,T, R. Kelity-Elotcher (IJ.) 8,003 Sir \y. .1. Cros.'ilcy (L.) 7,H.'J3 UNK)j\[S'(' GAIN. Convert.(,-d from L. maj. SOI to IT. rnaj 119 1910-Sir W. ,}. Crossk'y il..) majority, 901. 1906- Sir W. .1. ClOislcy (L.l, majority. 2,549.

{LRLSTWICII).

DEVONSHIRE,
NO

S. (TOTNKS).
:.. 5,252 3,040 3,212 1 9 n 6 - F , B.

Sit F , Oawley, Bart. (1..) • F. monltlchiirst (U.) NO CHANGE. 1,.. maj. (rediir«<l by 21B) 1910-Sir F. Cawley (L.), majority. 3,384. Cawlcy {I,.), maioiat.y. 4,1 U5.

F. B, Mildmay (U.) R. Dun,taa (L.) CHANOl'l, V. maj. (increased by 3051 1 9 1 0 - E . B, Mildiiiay (II,), majnrity, Mildmay (U.), mivjojily,

1,927, 2,238.

21 IS 3 1

LANCS. (.STRICTFORD).
n . Nuttall (L.) A. M. Samuel (U.) NO CIIANGK L,' mai. (ledueed by l.-llS) 1 9 1 0 - U , iSuttall (L.), majority, 2,291. (L.S, majority, 3,824, 11,343 10,467 — _ _ 876 1906-11, Nuttall

DURHAM

(JARROW),

Unionist Net Gain nationalist Net Gain from Ind. Nat. PRESENT STATE OF PARTIES.

G. Pidmcr (I..) 5,097 J . Kirkley (U.) 4,9HG A, G, CaiiKiroii (Lab.) 4,B92 NO CHANGE, L. maj. (increased by 44) HI 1 9 1 0 - G . Tahuer (L.|, majority, 67. 190v (by)-P. Curian (Lab.l, majority, 768.

LKICESTERSIIIUE,

MID (LOUGIIBORO'.)
6,488 5,916 . 1906 572 M. Levy (L,),

50,000-TON

LINER.

Unionists Liberals and AlHesi— Liberals Labour Nationalists... Total

209 164 28 5S 247

Sir Maurice Levy (L.) N, W. Smith-Oariiiiiton iU,| HO OlIANGE. L, maj. (i-«Uice<l by 181) 1910-Sir M. Levy (L.]. majority 753, majoiity, 1,780.

M.P.s

ELECTED

YESTERDAY.

MlDDi,ESLX

(ENFIKLD).

T h e n u n o u n e e m e n t t h a t tlie C u n a r d Conipany h a v e p l a c e d a n o r d e r iar t h e e o o s i r u c t i o n of a l i n e r ot .'iO,OII(l t u n s w i t h M e s s r s . J o h n ISrown a n d C o . , of C l y d e b a n k , w a s ollicially e i u d i r m e c l y e s t e r day by that liim, T h e l a t e s t C i m a r d e r , w h i c h will b e t h e l a r g e s t s h i p in t h e w o r l d , w i l l , it is u n d e r s t o o d , be t h e first of two siiips of ;i siiniiiir t y p e (o b e e i u p j i i y e d e x c l u s i v e l y on t h e N e w V o r k - I . i v e r p o o l m a i l s e r vice, S h e will h a v e a d i s p l a c e m e n t of 5,0011 t o n s m o r e t h a n the new yiant W h i l e Star liners Olyni|)ie a n d T i t a n i c , a n d 18,01)0 I o n s m o r e t h a n t h e Cuiiard C o m p a n y ' s Mauretania and f.usitania. H e r a v e r i i g e s p e e d will b e t w e n t y - t h r e e k n o l s , two k n o t s less t h a n h e r sislei' s h i p s , b u t t w o k n o t s in e.Xcess of tlie m u s t r e c e n t W h i t e S t a r b o a t s . T h e following huge ship : • tabic s h o w s tlie I.eiii.'lli, (I. fmr. SUI Tia great s i / e of tlia

Captain ,T. R. P. Newman IV.) 11,495 J . Branrih (L.) 10,559 NO CHANGE, _ — - _ U. maj. (redaeed by 306) 936 1910-.1, R. P, Nowmaii (U.), m^ijority. 1,242. 1306-L. Branch (L,), majority, 2,116.

Coalition Majority > Coalition Majority in same seats in January ... Independent Nationalists After a ooiiip;ira'lively uneventful election day,
with few exriting party changes, yesterday cloyed w i t h t h e U n i o n i s t s b a c k a g a i n in Llieir o l d posiLion of t h r e e a h e a d on s e a t s g a i n e d f r o m t h e The day's changes took place in coalition. ICnglish

• MONMOUTH,

N. (ABERGAVENNY).

R t . n p n . RcKlnaU MeKcnna (L.) 7,723 Liout,-Col. U. )•;. Williamii (0.) 4,686 NO CJIANGE. — • L, maj. (reduced by 1,125) 3,136 1910—Eight Hon. R. McKunna (1..), majority, 4,361. 1905 —R. McKonna (L,), majetity, 4,575,

WELSH FLINT
NO

BOROUGHS. BOROUGHS,
Hon. ORMFSBY GORE (U.) (l)eiibigh Distriotl. Rt. Hoa. R. MrKENNA (L,) (Moiiinouth^liire, N.).

the

c o u n t y flivi.iions in w h i c h r e s u l t s w e r e a n n o u n c e d in the afternoon, and numbered three—two and Unionist Darwcn, at two

J . W. Summers |L,) ' 2,098 Colonel Howard (U,l 1,589 tJilANUE, I.. liiai. (increased by 83) 509 1 9 1 0 - J , \V. Summers (U.l, majoiity, 427, 1906- T. W. 11. Wris (L.|. majority, 376.

ESSEX

(MALDON).
6,336 4,693 • 693 1906- -T. R.

Now Cnnardcr Olyiaiiic Maiuclaiila

liveaddi. ft, H.'.-i ilij 88

ToniiafiC. .W.OtlO -t.l.oOl) :!a,tH)U

DENBIGH

B01U)U(;HS,

recaptures

in A l t r i n c h a m

((Jheshirc)

in Lanca.siiirp, a n d o n e s u c c e s s for Loulh (Lincolnshire}. I'lach party for a

the Liherals has thus

Hon. W, Ormsby-Gore (U.) 3,385 tt. C. Rees (L.) 2,376 NO U maj. (iiicroascd by one) (iltANGK. ., 9 IDIO—Hon, W. Ormsby-Gdre (U.), niiijcrity, ij. 1 9 0 6 - A . 0. Edwards (L,), majoiity, 573,

Sir F. Flaunery (U.l W. Jardino (L.) NO CHAINGL. U, maj. (redueed by 175) 1910-Sir F . I'laanery (U.|, majority, 869. Bethel] (I,.), jnajotlty. 149-

Tlic cost of the new liuer will he about <l;2,0UO,000, a n d it is e s t i m a t e d t h a t she will l a k e t w o y e a r s to b u i l d , I i u - l u d i o g t h e m e m b e r s of t h e c r e w , t h e l i n e r will b e a b l e t o c a n y n e m l y ,'),000 s<>uls, l,Uxiirious a c c o m m o d a t i o n will b e p r o v i d e d , a n d in a d d i t i o n to e l e g a n t s u i t e s a n d ihils t l i e r c will b e a theatre a n d a s w i m m i n g batli. T h e b u i l i l i n g of t h e n e w liner w a s d e e u l e d u p o n as a r e s u l t of t h e H a L n b u r g - A m e r i c a L i n e b e g i n n i n g to c o n s t r u c t n l u a m n i o t l i l i n e r of ."iOiOOO t o n s .

GLOUCI:STJ:RSHTRE,

E . (CiRi':NCESTi':K),

g a i n s on T h u r s d a y ' s was a n n o u n c e d the previous from

voting, Bedford

T.ibcra!

victory

a m o n g t h e r e s u l t s of

SCOTTISH INVERNESS

BURGHS. BURGHS.
555 A. Bryco

nigiit. the J, A, Bryce (L.) P. J . Ford (U,) KD CJtANGK. L. tiiaj, (reduced by 235) 1906-J. 1910--J. A. Bryoa (L.I. majority. 790. (L.l, majority, 558, LEHTT BURtUIS. Rfc. Hon. R. C. Munro-Forgasoti (L.|.. " F. A. Macqulsteil" |U.) NO CHANGE, L. maj. (reduced l)y 821) 1910—R. Munro-FerKUSod (L.l, majorily 2,606. Munro-Pergu^oa (L.), majority H17,

D a r w e n , i n L a n c a s h i r e , is t h e e i g n t l i w i n for Unionist Party Last Liberal night, in tlic c o u n t y . too, showed iu. another big the drop

Hon A. U, Bathurst (U.) 4,7BH G. ir. Bcyfus (L.) 4,007 NO CHANCE. V. maj, (reduced by 202) 781 1910-Coloiiel tliB Hiui, A, U, Bathtupt (U.l, miijorily, 983. 1906--R, W. y.nsox (L,|, majority, 506.

HEREFORDSHIRE,

N, (LEOMINSTER).
4,600 5,431 I,lfj9 1906-- E, G.

in

a at

majority

Lancashire,

hgnres last.

S t r c t f o r d " b e i n g 1,415 l o w e r t h a n in J a n u a r y The resnlt nf polling in Denbigh

Boroughs

s h o w e d a n o t h e r r e m a r k a b l y close c o n t e s t , t h e H o n . W, Ormsby-C.ore, heir to L o r d I l ^ r l c c h , i-etaining

7,069 5,284 1,785 1906-R.

Sir .1. Rankin (U,) • \V. Paine (1..1 NO CIIA-VGE. U. m;ij. (iar:re!jsed by 556) 1910--Sir .1, Raaklia (U.), majority, 831, Lamb (I..1, majority, E8.

MRS.

EDDY

LEAVES

£300,000.

..J.ANCS.

(DARWEN).

Her Entire Estate Ik'tiucathtid to the Cihristiaii Scituco Organisation.
N K W Y o i i K , E r i d a y . - - T t is olTnially a n n o u n c e d t h a t t h e late M r s . h h k l y has b e q u e a t h e d h e r e s t a t e , v a l u e d at -iMO.OOO, to tlie C h r i s t i a n S c i e n c e O r ganisation.—J'^xchange. Mrs. J u l d y , w h o d i e d o n S u n d a y l a s t in h e r ninetieth year, established t h e E i r s t C l i m e h of Christ, Scientist, in iH7y. _ S h e e l a b o r a t e d her t e a c h i n g o n t h e s c i e n c e of m i n d h e a l i n g i n n u m e r o u s b o o k s , w h i c h w e r e t h e eliief s o u r c e of het fortune.

b y d v o t e s t h e s e a t w h i c h he c a p t u r e d la.st J a n u a r y b y 8. The majority Mr. McKcnna, of t h e ]''irst L o r d of t h e A d m i r a l t y , in North Monmouthshire, was re-

TO-DAY*S

DECLARATIONS.

Col, J. Rutherford {U.) 8,384 F, G, Hindie (L.) 8,169 UNIONIST GA1N. . — CViiivcrtcd from I., maj. 211 to U. maj 215 1910-1'', J1 indie (L.l, majority, 211. 1906-Colonel Rutherford [U,), majority, 25,

.L

LANCS.

(LANCASTER).
G,IS6 6 052 -,134 1906-N.

duced

by,.<j-vor 1,100 MS,

votes, KEVEHGE.

R e s u l t s of p o l l i n g s wliich l o o k p l a c e y e s t e r d a y will b o d e c l a r e d t o - d a y in t h e f o l l o w i n g d i v i s i o n s : —

REDMOND'S

ENGLAND.
Berks (Newbary) (U.). Oambs. (Chesterton) (L.). Carmarthen (Eiist) (L.|. Oiesbico (Wirral) (U.). Cumber! and (Coekermoutli)(U) Derbyshire (Mid) (Lab.), Uevon {S. Molton] (I,.). Esaex (SiilEroa Waldeul (If.). Hertlord (St, Albans) |U,1. Kent (Faversham (II.). LaiiM. (Clitberoel (Lab,) Lanes, (luce) (Lao.l. Lines (Spaklingl (L.l. MiddlCBCx (Uxbridyej (U.), Norfolk (North-Wesit) |L,), Norlbants (North) (U.|. Notts (Newark) (1).),

T h e c o u n t y r e s u l t s d e c l a r e d ye.-^terday a f t e r n o o n i n c r e a s e d t h e list of sunill m a j o r i t i e s , t h r e e m e m b e r s b e i n g r e t u r n e d w i t h f e w e r t h a n 100 v o t e s to spare. M r . T i m o t h y D a v i e s , w h o w o n F i i l h a m in 1906, b u t d i d n o t d e l e n d it in J a n u a r y , w o n t h e L o u t h ( L i n o s ) s e a t for t h e L i b e r a l s w i t h y, m a j o r i t y of 72, t h e l l u u . J . C , l . y t t o l t o n h e l d D r o i t w i e h for t h e U n i o n i s t s b y 70, w h i l e t h e s m a l l e s t m a r g i n of t h e d a y w a s Si) in M i d - N o r f o l k . S i r ] u h v a r d G r e y , in l i e r w i c k , g o t h o m e w i t h t h r e e v o t e s a d d c t l to his p r e v i o u s m a j o r i t y . N o r t h f - o u l h g a v e M r , R e d m o n d h i s r e v e n g e for t h e d o u b l e O ' B i i e n i t e v i c t o r y in (..'ork, l o r M r . T i m o t h y l l c a l y , Mr. O ' B r i e n ' s most brilliant supp o r t e r , w a s b e a t e n i n h i s old c o n s t i t u e n c y b y M r . R . H a ' . l e t o n , a R e d m o n d i t e , wdio a d a y or t w o a g o w a s a l s o r e t u r n e d u n o p p o s e d for N o r t h G i d w a y , T h e t w o I r i s h xMationalist p a r t i e s n o w h a v e a g a i n e a c h on f i g h t s at t h e polls. B y t h e d e f e a t of M r . T . M . I l c a l y , K . C . , t h e H o u s e of C o m m o n s loses o n e of i t s m o s t p r o m i nent personalities and most biting speakers. T h e I r i s h l a w y e r h a s b e e n a t h o r n in t h e s i d e of t h e R e d m o n d p a r t y ever s i n c e h e c a s t in h i s lot w i t h M r . O ' H v i e n , a n d t h e b i t t e r a t t i t u d e of t h e t w o parties t o w a r d s each other has a l w a y s b e e n typified m M r , T i m l l e a l y ' s a t t i t u d e in t h e H o u s e . H i s s c a t w a s g e i u n a l l y i m m e d i a t e l y n e x t to M r . J o h n D i l l o n , M r . R e d m o n d ' s ftrst l i e u t e n a n t , a n d h e a l w a y s m a d e a p o i n t of t u r n i n g h i s b a c k on his political o p p o n e n t . A serious <listurbance, a c c o m p a n i e d by baton c h a r g e s b y t h e p o l i c e , o c c u r r e d at T l m r l e s y e s t e r day in coniicrtion with the Mid-Ti[)perary contest. M r . J o h n D i l l o n , M . P . , a n d M r , ]:)ulTy, M . P . , with clergy and others and n\any b a n d s , atten d ed on b e h a l f of t h e official N a t i o n a l i s t c a n d i d a t e , M r ,

Pembrokeshire (LI. Shro|jshiio (Mid) (L), Sunierset (East) (U.). Suffolk (TowesWft) (U.|, Suffolk (WoDdbridge) (U.I. SliFSBV (Cbichester) (U.). Warwickshire (Rugby) fU.). Weslmortaiid jApplotiy) (I!. Worcestershire (North) (L.l. Yorks (Howdeiishiiel (U.). Yorks (nieveland) (L.l,

N, \V, Helmo (L.) H. RaniBboUiam (U.l NO CHAISGK. L. maj. (redueed by 950) 1 9 1 0 - N . W. Hehiie (L | , majority, 1,084. lielme (L,|, majority, 8B4.

W.

LINCS.,

E, LINUSEY

(LOUTH).

T, Davies [I,.) 4,260 H. L. Hrackeabury (U.) 4,183 LIBRRAL GAIN, Converted from'TJ. mai. IS8 to L, m a j . , . 72 1910- II. L. Braekcnbury (if.l, luajority, 15a. 1906- K. W. Perks il,.|, majority, 979

CORONATION

CARPET.

Special Design Beiiif^ Woven for tlic Abbey Ceremony.
Already m a n y (ireparalions the Coronation next ,|une. arc being made for

SCOTLAND.
Ayr BuiKhs (U.). Fifeshire (Eist) (L,). Luihthgow.-ihire jli.).

NORFOLK. MID (DEREHAM).

IRELAND.
Fermanagh (North) (U.).

W. L. Boyle (U.) 4,347 W. R, Lester (L.| 4,308 NO CHANGK,U, maj. (redUocd by 420) 39 1910-W, L, Boyle lU,), majority, 459, 1906-I/ird Wodahou^c (T..), majority, 27,

( C o n t i n u e d o n p a g e 4.)

A s p e c i a l p i l e c a r p e t for W e s t m i n s t e r A b b e y , of s t r i k i n g d e s i g n in r o y a l Idiie a n d o r n a m e n t e d willi e m b l e m s of t h e ( I r d e r of t h e Ciarter a n d o t h e r h e r a l d i c d e v i c e s , is n o w b e i n g w o v e n b y M e s s r s . T e m p l e t o n ^ of ( d a s g o w . F o r s e a t i n g t h e l i n g e c o n g r e g a t i o n in t h e A b b e y C h i p p e n d a l e c h a i r s , u p h o l s t e r e d hi s i l k , a r e t o b e used. After K i n g h h l w a r d ' s ( ' o r o n a t i o u m a n y of t h e p e e r e s s e s b o u g h t t h e i r ( h a i r s from t b e Office of W o r k s as m e m o i i t o e s , a n d as it is l u o b a b l e t h e r e w i l l b e a s i m i l a r <leinaud n e x t J u n o the seating a c c o m m o d a t i o n at t h e A b b e y will e n t a i l little c o s t ,

W.P.S

FOR CONSTITUENCIES

WHERE

THERE

WAS NO CHANGE.

T H E

" W E A T H E R .

Our special weatlier forecast for llin VTck-cucI i a ! Squally, wcsli^rly w i n d s ; showers of lain and jiail, « i l h bright iulcrv.-ils ; rather ccklcr. J.ighting-ui) I h a e ; Saturday, 150 p.in.; .Siiiuhiy, d,4!) p.m. High-water ot I.oiiitoii Diadgc; Saturday, 7.57 p . m . ; Sunday, SH . O a.m. LONDON OHSKUVATIOMS.-—St. J a m e s ' I'aik, ( • p . m . : * HaronuHer, '^tl.l'llu., u a s l e n d y ; tcuijieratur'^, .TOdcg. W i n d : S.W., StiouR at times; wealhcr; ilull, squally, rainy, Sea passages will be ronf;li.

Capt. .1. R. NEWMAN (U.) (Middlesex, Enfield).

Sir M. LEVY (L.) (L'oiceatersture, Loughboro').

Sir F. CAWLEY (L.) (Lancashire, I'rostwich).

J, A, DRYOK (L.) (luvurnesa Burghs/.

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