OUR LP-NPC-N, LETTER. I fyi-om 0.1" Special Correspondent.} j i Nobody has heard a whisper in regard i-y 'I' what, has taken place b> the Prime M;i'.is;cr s room, where the conference of party leaders is taking place en ilie Veto question. The secrets are being so well kevt. that nobody can say Whether the Council of Eight has to business in earnest, or whether the Pri j Minister and Mr. Balfour, with their eol-| leacucs. are still .discussing preliminary's. and Isvii; down tines np.>n which the Co;?-! ferenec shall proceed. int-n^ e?-« t j both parties are more than a IitUe ann(, ¡ at being kept in the dark. They are o- that. the leaders will come to an agreement ¡ which will fail to commend itself to the rank and tile. Many questions have bee", j asked about it in the Houe, but the au*ums! ones have not succeeded in gaining much ni- formation. Several meetings of the (, "11 ¡ fere nee have been held, bait the > under diseu«slon are so important that settlement is not considered likely to Aw. agreed upon for months. I There is once again a Prince of Wales, title having been conferred upon the Apparent- by the King oil his sixteenth bmlr j day. The Prince has not waited so long S«- the title as his father did, for h-ts p-o 1- Maicsfv was known •omplv as Duke. o» <n wall from January to November- 1901. 'ihc:< is a. popular id- a that the eldest- son vt' in reigning Monarch must, be Prince of V. a'es because nf that fact. That; however, is not the case: Duke of Cornwall is the hered* title, while that of Prince of Wales is con ferred at the pleasure of the King. King Edward VII. was horn Duke of Comv-ali. and was created Prince of Wales within a month, by Queen Victoria. The new Prince of Wales, as most, people know, has been In; some time a Cadet at the Osborne Nav. College, and as a King must be an all-rou.no | man. be will soon have to leave the Navy, j for which lie a strong liking, in onler hi go through a military training. Wireless telegraphy has been put into operation during the past few days with the i object of ascertaining if a man suspected of having committed it murder was 011 board one of the liners crossing the Atlantic, Th s recalls the interesting story of the capture of Franz Miiller, who murdered Mr. Briggs on the North London Railway and created a great sensation nearly half a century a-ro. Miiller disappeared, but it was soon li.K-i covered that he was on his way to America in a sailing ship. There was no "wireless" in those days, nor was there any cable laid on the bed of the Atlantic. But there were steamers, and the late Inspector Tanner, of Scotland Yard, took his passage in one of these. Accompanied by two witnesses to identity, he met Miiller when the murderer landed at New York. It was a very un- pleasant surprise, for Miiller thought he had; got clear away. He was not, perhaps, quite so astounded as William Tawell, the Quaker murderer, who was arrested in the forties at J Paddington on arriving from Slough. The electric telegraph had been the means of his capture, and he was the first criminal to be apprehended by its use. There is nothing particularly interesting about the first Honours List of the new reign. Eyeryhody knew that there would be several peerages; indeed, a day or two be- fore the announcements were made it was freely rumoured that there were to be a dozen—the first instalment, somebody said, of the five hundred required to put the two parties in the House of Lords upon some- thing like an equality. The peerages in the List number only seven, which does not go very far in that direction. They have all been conferred, as" is the case with most peerages, upon very rich men who have worked hard for the party in power, and, what is perhaps more important, contri- buted very largely to the party funds. Titles. some simple people still think, cannot be purchased in this country. Probably, if a multi-millionaire were to write a letter to the Prime Minister, saying, "Kindly for- ward the patent of a barony by return. I enclose cheque for fifty thousand pounds," he would be informed that peerages were not for sale. But if he subscribed regularly for a few years in substantial instalments, and identified himself prominently with political work. lie. would get his reward for "distin- guished service to the country" when the opportunity arrived. There is a certain fascination about the idea of "Paris in London," which is animat- ing the promoters of ax enterprise which is to result in the establishment of a Palace of French Arts and Industries upon the Ald- wych site. so long an eyesore to passers in the Strand. A miniature Paris is to arise there in the heart of London. It will neces- sarily be a Paris more or less influenced and modified by London manners. If the ideals of the promoters are realised, it will be a wel- come addition to the attractions of the town. The buildings to be erected are estimated to cost, more than a million of money. A special feature will be a semi-circular row of shops occupied by the principal Parisian modistes and milliners, as well as the leading We-st- end firms. The commercial side of the enter- prise will predominate, but there is to be a strong social side, too, witk a first-class club or rendezvous for the French colony in London, and the leading traders in France who have business which brings them fre- quently to England. There will be also a permanent exhibition of French arts and in- dustries, and a bijou theatre where famous French actors and actresses will regularly appeal' in successful plays. Not the least charming part of Paris in Loudon will be a cafe-restaurant, where people will be able to eat and drink under the shelter of trees. like real boulevardiers. Work will he commenced in October, and the inaugural ceremony is expected to take place some time in 1913. An interesting cxpetir^cttf is to be tried m (,fl.1\necti:>n with the Post Office Savings Be* 11k, In his speech upon the Estimates; the Postmaster-General gave some particu- lars »>f a scheme of home safes, which it is hoped will encourage habits of thrift. Savings bank depositors may have the money-boxes in their homes, and drop coins in from time to time. They will not be able to o'icii the boxes if they wish to do so, as the Post Office people win keep the keys. Short of smashing the safes there is no means by which coins. baring- once been dropped in, can he extracted. As soon as the boxes are fairly full they must -lie to ihe Post Office 1 • be emptied, and the a.cc<m»t of the deposit i wo! tie credited with the amount. One of the objects of the scheme is to lighten the work of the officials," a great deal of their time being at present taken up in entering tirtv amounts in depositors' bank hooks. Apart from it ii,ill probably result in a consider- able increase in the amount deposited in the bank, as coins w'n be dropped into the boxes which otherwise would not he saved at all. The idea is not original, the system having been for some time working on the Continent and in the United States, while it is also in existence to some extent m the trustee savings banks in this country. A. E. M.
A VICAR'S CALL. The Rev. Thomas Eddleston, formerly rector of High Hoding, Essex, has just com- menced his duties as vicar of Brain tree, and in an address from the pulpit explained why he kad transferred from the one living to the other, thereby sacrificing about £ 100 & year. He said before he knew that the Braintree living was vacant he woke up in the middle of the night at High Roding, and heard a strange passage of Scripture ringing in his ears: "Take this child away and nurse it for Me, and I will give thee thy wages." The vicar said he thought there must be a child in distress at High Roding, and he searched about the parish for two days to see if there was anyone being neglected, but he could find no one. Then he received the offer of the living of Braintree, and regard- ing it as a direct call from God, he accepted, as he considered it his duty to undertake the nursing of the children of Braintree.
MURDER CHARGE AGAINST BARMAN. At Willesden on Monday, Henry William Ball, 22, a barman, was remanded for a week charged with the murder of Clement Gustave Armand, licensee of the Crown Hotel, High-street, Harle4Wen, by shooting him. The evidence was to the effect that the accused was seen in the bar at eleven o'clock by Mr. Armand, who accused him of being under the influence of drink, and advised him to go to bed. Ball went upstairs and returned shortly afterwards. He went to Mr. Armand and fired a, revolver at him, the bullet striking the forehead and blowing I away a portion of the skull. When ques- tioned by Police-constable Hockley prisoner; said, "I have shot the governor. He accused me of being drunk. The head barman is the cause of it." At the inquest on the deceased the jury returned a verdict of "Wilful murder1* against Ball. Mrs. Armand said that when ai, she accused the prisoner of having shot her husband he replied, "That's all right. Would anyone else like one?"
MR. CODY SERIOUSLY INJURED. Mr. S. F, Cody, th-i* well-knows airman, has been injured in n flying accident at, Aldershot. The accident occurred while Mr. Cody was trying a new aeroplane on Laffan's Plain. The I machine had been built for the Bournemouth aviation meeting, and was designed and made by Mr. Cody. A strong wind was blowing when the machine was brought out about six o'clock in the morn- ing, and h. Cody's nephew, Mr. Leroy, urged fiis uncle to wait tor better weather. Mr. Cody, however, started the motor and the machine lifted promptly. It made several circles of the Plain, flying JIIlch better than Mr. C()dJ' old machine did. Suddenly, however, it fell with a crash and was wrecked. Mr. Cody- was found lying in the debris with nasty injuries to his bead. He spoke incoherently, and then became unconscious, in which state he was taken to his house Pt,Frimlev in a motor-car.
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EPITOME OF NEWS. A case of plague has occurred at Port Said. Chokra has appeared at Nscholaieff. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bryan were entertained Sir. H.edmond and the Irish members of the House of Commons. Walking to the tram, leaiu?ig cr. his wife's arm, Mr. Chamberlain has reins.wed to London from Birming-ham. 'I'l'.o directors of the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway h&vf agreed to pay tlu-ir ckrieal staff for Sunday duty Winston Chuvchill appointed Mr. I A F. Wbyte, to be his parliamentary private secretary, unpaid. End Boauehamp. Lord Preeident of the Council, has appointed Mr. George Cuncing- iiam to be his private secretary. Mr. Toman, an Englishman, has made the iirst ascent- this seawii of the Dorn mountain, in the Misehabol group. Switzerland. Fish and chip friers of Lancashire and ork- >Iure had a mass meeting at Mancliester to pro- test airainst- their bu^st'Cs^ t)fing declared an •offensive trade. •offensive trade. I Farmers at 1\11. esttnor'.and, j angered by the damage done to tliei.- pottttry by J f ixes, orsranised a hunt witl; guns and ter- riers and succeeded in shootmg a iox. Without acljocnu.'jg for dinner, Ix-ttdon Couniv Council t from nali'-piu-'t two on one afternoon until 1.3o the next morning, Whisky, according to a trade witness '•xninincd in Bow County-court, increases in value 2d. or 3d. per gallon for every year it lê- mains in bond. Lord Islington, the new Governor of New Zealand, has arrived in Wellington, and was welcomed Ly the P'^rne Minister, Sir Joseph Ward, and jx-oj>Ie. The Lord Mayor of London's son. Mr. Stuart Knill. wn-s married at St. George's Cathedral, Southwark. to Miss Ltey W s, daughter of Captain Willis;, F.R.G.S. Jeffries has arrived at Eeno, Jsevadn. where he will light Johnson, on July -1. and was cheered by thousands, qf people as he repaired to his new training quarters. A woman informed the Chichester magistrates that she did not know her age, but that she would be entitled to an old-age pension in three years' time. Owing to a severe attack of laryngitis, Mr. Seymour Hicks has been obliged to cancel the rest of his tour, and will not play again until late in the autumn. When two men appeared before the Lynn magistrates on a charge of lighting in the street, the mayor said he was glad to tind there was some fighting spirit left in the country. Supporters of the Teliaikowski Memorial and Bail Fund attended a recepiiuit at the CriterioB Restaurant to meet M. Tchaikowski. the Russian reformer, on his return to England. Owing to the danger of pursuing further ex- ploration work in the Wellington l':t. White- haven, the scene of the disaster on May 11, it has been decided to close the mine for three months. A committee, with Sir If. Dyke Aeland as Chainllau and Lord Rayleigli as one of the members, has been appointed by the President of the Board of Trade to inquire into the question of colour blindness at sea. While a boy named Frederick Titcock was at work at McDougall's tube factory in Newton, Wednesburv, he was struck on the side by a strip of hot iron alleged to have been thrown by another boy. and was fatally injured. Caught trying to dispose of some of the stolen articles in London, a man named Debney was remanded at Ascot, charged with theft from Norbrae, the Ascot house of Mrs. Cairnes. Following the death through spotted fever of a t wel ve-mout hs-old baby at Be.rmondsey, special precautious have been taken to prevent an outbreak of this infections disease. When a casket of jewels belonging to the late Mrs. R. M. Russell, of Halstead-piace, Kent, was sold at Christie's a necklace of seventy-nine graduated pearls with diamond snap and pearl centre realised £ 5,000. A long lease of the Strand Theatre ha.s been secured by Mr. Joseph Waterfield. The theatre will be under the management of Mr. Stanley Cooke. The opening date has been deliuitely lived for September 10.. At a meeting of the shareholders of the l'aeiiie Steam Navigation Company, at Liver- pool, it was resolved to accept the oner of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company to purchase i the shares at par—. £ 25. Newcastle is to have a flying meeting, com- J inencing on September 1 and continuing for a i week. The Hon. Charles Parsons, with other influential people, is interesting himself in the meeting. Four balloons left Hurlingham and passed over London, competing far the Hedges-Butler challenge cup. Three of-'thetn descended mar Colchester. In the Cambridge examination for military subjects, Mr. H. E. Wet-hered, aged twenty-one, beat his coach, Mr. H. E. Cotterill. aged forty- four. who has returned to the University after many years in India. The body of Robert Mitchinson, aged sixty, a farmer, was fouud on his mother's grave in the village churchyard at Scoleseeugh, Cum- berland. A packet marked "Poisot, lay by his side. The Lord Mayor of London will open the first telewriter exchange at Walbrook- on July 1. The system transmits written messages in the same manner as oral messages are transmitted by the telephone. After sliding down a loose life-line from the north pier at Blackpool, a policeman found John Lyons intoxicated, naked, and in ditnger I of drowning beneath the pier. Lyons was bound over at the local police-court. The remains of the English governess who perished in the Villepreux railway disaster, aad whose name is given officially as Kien Twohyg —probably ,-rilohv-has been identified by y means of the rings she wore. A new flag, recently designed bad to be known as the special standard of the Queen- Mother, has been hoisted at Buck mghaui Palace. The design is based on a combina- tion of the British and Danish standards, a. white cross of ample proportions being a pro- minent feature. In view of the very hot weather the coroner at Hatlierleigh, a Devon moorland village, held an inquest in the open air under an apple tree in an orchard. "I look forward to the time when every sSreet which does not contain flowers will have a. black mark in the parish mag. and be re- corded as an object of ugliness in the neigh- bourhood," said the Hon. Harry Lawson, M.P., at tike festival of the Gardeners' Benevolent Institation.
A COSTLY KISS. Eugene Luze, a Frenchman, of James- street, Coveoit Garden, was summoned before Mr. Denman, at Marlborough-street Police court on Monday, for assaulting Hanza Nachmansohn, a young ma.rried woman. The complainant deposed that shortly after nine o'clock on the evening of June 14, while she was in Charing Cross-road with her husband and two sisters-in-law, the defen- dant. who was a perfect stranger, caught hold of her arm and tried to kiss her, at the same time asking her name in French, and if she spoke French. She became very frightened. Her husband, who was walking behind her, remonstrated with the defen- dant, and a constable arriving upon the scene his name and address were taken. The defendant, in the witness-box, said that when he saw the complainant lie was with a friend, and they both thought they knew her. He accordingly spoke to her in French and might have just touched her arm. He nJever attempted to kiss her. Mr. Denman thought there was no reason to doubt the complainant's story, and the de- fendant would have to pay a fine of t2, with two shillings cost.
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