The British decision, to withdraw at the earliest possible moment the extra troops sent to Southern Persia after the disturbances few months back is welcome enough. The mere presence of foreign troops diminishes such authority as the central Government still possesses, and postp
HEARING OF MR. LOTINGA’S ACTION RESUMED. In the King’s Bench Division to-day. before Mr. Justice Ridley and special jury, the hearing was resumed the action by Mr. William Lotinga the sporting journalist, for libels alleged to have been published in the Sporting Times” by Mr. Jo
1.30. —ALEXANDRA STAKES of 100 eovs. Fonr fnrlongs. MARLOTE. Sst lllb (Mr D. Gant) Robbins 1 THDXDEKSTONK, Oat 31b (Lord Allendale),..Broadwood 3 PANDA, Sat 81b (Mr J. Austen) Hewitt 3 Also ran—Rubens, F. Winter; Merry Bachelor, H. Watts; Mountain Lassie f, F. Brown; and Scotch
GLOBE. THURSDAY. MAY 9, VICAR AND WIPE. ■REMARKABLE STATEMENTS IN SEPARATION SUIT. RESULT OF PETITION. In the Divorce Division, to-day. Sir Samuelj Evans concluded the hearing of the suit tor judicial separation brought Mrs. Mary Liieu, Tanner against her husbann, the Kev. Huddle
Petty Officer J. Morris Cole promoted Acting Gunner, 2nd Class, and appointed to Vivid, supernumerary, date May 7. ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. Lieuts. W. Ussher, F. K. Hemsted, J. C. Sutherland, and Johnson to Victory, for short course of signals, to date May 11. Sub-Lieuts. M. Ewbank
With regard to the discovery diamonds at Invetell, New South Wales, the American Consul-General at Sydney quotes several the leading experts South Africa as being the opinion that if it prove a true pipe it will be found to contain larger stones than have been got out so far. On
FALSE TEETH BOUGHT, any condition. id. per platinum-pinned tooth given vulcanite; Is. on silver; Is. 6d. gold; 3s. ; strictly cash by return; bankers, Lloyds.—L Rayburn and Co., 27, Brazennosestreet, Manchester.