LANCS., N.E. (CLITHEROE). Col Parker, of Browsholme, who recently returned from South Africa, is mentioned as the possible Unionist candidate. The Hon. Philip Stanhope, formerly M.P. for Burnley, to-day visited Colne at the request of the Radical Selection Committee, and had a l
Yesterday at Board of Trade offices, Lincoln’s Inn, the statutory meetings of creditors and shareholders were held under the failure of the Meyra Electric Co. (Limited). Mr. Winearls. Assistant Keceiver, presided, and reported that the company was registered in September, 1900,
Among the art scholarships just awarded by the Council-General of the Seine for young painters, sculptors, architects, and engravers, bom within the Department of the Seine, says the Gaulois,” is one of £4B a year for painting won by a young fellow named Boulanger. This talented
Mr. and Mrs. Peacock Oleminson, Bonuanby, Northallerton, on Saturday celebrated their olden wedding anniversary, the house where Ir. Oleminson has lived since his birth. Next morning, their eon, Sergt. Fred Oleminaon, who recently returned with the Leicester's from serving the f
THE TO THE PALACE. enormous and fashionable crowd assembled in the Mall to witness the return of the Queen and Prince of Wales to Buckingham Palace, and the march of the Indian troops on their way back to Victoria. The scene was picturesque in the extreme. Her Majesty had a treme
There were 3,642 patients remaining under treatment midnight on Monday, and during the day 80 cases were admitted from the various parishes: Scarlet fever, 43; diphtheria, 27; and enteric, 10. LAMBETH DISCOVERY: VERDICT.
FIRES LONDON. A cabinet-maker’s premises in New Norlclkstreet, Shoreditch, were badly damaged by fire this morning. , , , A railway arch in Old-street, St. Luke’s, used as an engineer’s workshop, was much damaged by fire last night. Some excitement was occasioned in Fleetretreet
NIGHT, at 8.15, MEERIEENGLAND. Messrs. Walter Passmore, H. A. Lytton, Mark Kinghorne, P. Binder, R. Crompton, E. Torrence, R. Roue, C. Childerstone, and Robert Lome Pounds, Agnes Fraser, Joan Keddie, W. Hart-Dyke, and Rosma Brand ram.
marriage Miss Sermonda BurreU, only • daughter Hon. Willoughby BurreU, ana , granddaughter Lord Gwyayr. to Mr. John l£ Henniker Heaton, eldest son Mr. Henmker Seaton, M.P.. was solemnised this afternoon at fit. Margaret’s. Westminster, in the pretence , «. large gathering friend