THIS EVENISG. »t 8. THE BCAELET PIMPEENEL. FEED TEEKY; Messra. IMoolm Clen-T, Philip Merivale, J. Horace Hodges, Walter Edwin, Kendrick, M. Elvey, R. E. Pickering, Wright. Groves; Misses E. Beatrice. 0. Pauncefort, Jesriyn, Sterling, Junes, and Miriam Lowes.
The Dresdnor Bank of Dresden and Berlin has for many years taken a keen practical interest in the Rand mining industry, and has financially assisted an important group of mines that great goldfield. It was stated at a meeting of the proprietors a few days ago that the business d
His Majesty the King has been pleased to approve of Sir John Anderson, G.C.M.G., retaining' the appointment of Governor the Straits Settlements for another three years, ßrevet-Col. E. S. Curtis, C.M.G., D. 5.0., E.E.. has been appointed command the Troops and Companies. Eoyal En
Then are .ufflcieat Matured Tnee naffer teppins then EiUtea toeaabla the CemjW aUrt cpareUooa *t onca. (See A Protpeotnataa fllad tho K*sri»tr»rof Stock Corapanies. Iha LIST APPLICATIONS OPENS TO-DAY (MONDAY), e»d CLOSES oa. before WEDNESDAY. The Kerala Rubber Estates,
New York, April 7. The Borough Bank Brooklyn closed its doors to-day. The Superintendent of Banks has taken possession its premises. The bank' capital is 206,000 dollars (£41,200), and its deposits amount to over 2,000,000 dollars (£400,000). Reuter.
evening, will, it is understood, give notice forthwith of the resolutions relating to the reform th<» Upper Chamber which are discussed Committee corollary the recent debate which was initiated the ex-Premier. The discussion upon these resolutions is unlikely to be commenced bef