Id the Lancashire Chancery Court yesterday, important case was opened the instance of / Messrs. B, 8. Hudson, Limited, against W. Goesage A Sons, Limited, for injunction to restrain the defendants from making alleged fraudulent misrepresentations to induce the public believe tha
death took place yesterday, Oolwyn Bay, of Mr. Thomas G. CMbome, who was Headmafiter School for Sons Wesleyan Ministers.'at Bath, from 1867 1885. He founded Oolwyn Bay a public school, which was recently transferred to the Wesleyan Methodists.
The Central News, telegraphing early thia morning, says—Mr. Morris, a representative the firm of owners, eta ted last night that explosion one the boilers of the Cairnroru took place 7-30 yesterday morning. At that fime most of the emigrants were asleep, and scene panic followed
“Previous using Quticura I suffered intense pain for three years from eczema on leg, from the knee down. began from » small spot the sine penny piece, and broke in watery way over the ankles. spread rapidly the knee. _ looked like an eruption, the skin red and inflamed and cover