de P. WEBB. C.I.E. Chairman, Karachi Chamber of Commerce. Author of India and the Empire.*' APfiOPOS OF THE RECENT PURCHASES OF SILVER.—The whole Queation is thoroughly ventilated, the many difficult points *re clearly treated, and a solution offered in Mr. M. de P. Webb's tew w
Interviewed his arrival Charing Cross test night on a'visit to this country. Sir Joseph Ward, the ex-Premier of New Zealand, observed, when’ questioned to his views Imperial Preference: They are exactly the same as they were when .was here last. I believe in Imperial Preference.
At Oh! tu-ihiy. May Idling hurst and Louisa Gay, Sulfragettes. competed placing fluivl m letter boxes, were •eneli sentenced t>> eight iu t!ie liist division. Grace Mitchell was bound over. PRESS OPINIONS. THE UNIONIST MEMORIAL TO MR. BONAR LAW. entertain the confident expectati
AkderSos— Gßißr.—On tho 7th inet., at the Parish Chnrck, Beckenham, the Rer. Stuart Knox Anderson, son George Knox Aadsrson, of Bridge Hill, Canterbury, to Sophia Cardrcis, daughter Cardross Grant, Bruntxdeld, Beckenham. Hosix— Sooibill.— On the 2nd inst., ths Richmond Coagre* C
A. T. Dickenson (Pembroke) rowed in No. Cambridge boat this afternoon., and the two strokes changed over. The Oxford crew was unchanged. BILLIARDS. Latest scores:— 16,889, Inman 1 6,049. Diggle made break 461. LATEST FOOTBALL RESULTS, Neath 6pts, Mountain Ash 3. Gloucester Opts,