[BPEC'AL TEf. BOR AIL 1 Glashow, Mondat. Lord Kelvin's jubilee os professor of Glasgow University and ns electrical inventor began to-night Glasgow, when some extraordinary telegraphic feats were shown. Tho Commercial, Eastern, and Anglo-American Companies had special cables lai
Losdos, Mospay. Lloyd's correspondent Gravesend that the steamer Claverley, of London, from Hamburg, in ballast, passed Gravesend this morning for ila all Dock, with bole iq tho port bow at tho water’s edge and in forepeak. captain reports having collided at 9.23 yesterday morni
In reply Mr. Scott, Mr. CURZON said saw necessity for the suspension of the censorship of telegrams from the Soudan, which was exercised at the discretion the Sirdar, and might add that be d»d not think the words which bad been quoted in the question as the occurrences after the
was not in favour of gagging Bills compartments, bat did cot know that was a worse way of conducting businese than extorting from physical weakness what could not obtained by calm discussion. (Cheers.) The Education Bill was the central contentious Bill the Session. It was oppos
J. Pollock (8) boat M. F. (8). W. RocJgora (10) beat St. G. Harvey (10). Byes—W. M'lldowie (8). H. D. Smvlee (10). W. B. Stitt (10), H. O. Morrow (8), B. V. Williams (8), and J. M'Afco (9). t Pollock beat W. Rodgers. W. MTldowie beat H. D. H. G. Morrow beat W. R. Stitt. . R. V.
(FROM LLOYD'S LIST. | London, Monday. The steamer Talisman, of Rotterdam, fnjf fc Amsterdam (or Leith, with passeugi-rs and i general cargo, stranded last during fog n. -a attempt was made t-..« her olf this morning. A telegram trom Greenock states that steamer Aberdaed, from Se
Commenting on the nbore cnee in its ietoe of Jridny, thn Keening Hernkl” enyi Th* etM of Oribben T. Oribben, which concluded Thuredey in the Roll* Court, broocbt to light state of thing* which merits the eerereet condemnation. Th* case, which cam* from th* County Down, we* broug