(From "Punch.") The English Home-Ruler.—The lady of the House. A Rough Calculation. Facetious conductor (anxious to secure a seat for stout party)—" Will two three gen'lemen git outside to oblige lady ?" The Divine Sarah (for whose sake we've all gone wrong).—First critic (#etat
LITTLE MARLINE-SPIKE. " John Kelly !" Loud rang the court clerk's call. Tne spectators craned their necks ' For a glimpse of the incoming criminal. While the justice rubbed his " specks." As small, thin boy the bar was led, And on tip-toe grasped the raiL " Are you John Kelly ?"
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ACCIDENT IN HOTEL. About eleven o'clock last night, a girl named Maggie King, aged 18, a servant in the Palace Hotel, met with fecafcher serious accident. She had come to the before, and, not the place, sniped «f%ift" door on one of «pper floors wßffe the the bottom, the 30 feet,
was 24,491,230, of the value of £2,785,790. The P. and 0. Fleet. —At the half-yearly meeting of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Company, held London on Thursday, it was stated that the company's fleet comprises 44 shiph, besides 2 in course of building, and 17 steam-tugs. Germ
THE HOUSE STEWARDSHIP. meeting of the House Committee of Robert Gordon's Hospital was held to-day—Eaillie Ross presiding—for the purpose of selecting" a leet three, as instructed by the governors, from the list of ap plicants for the office of House Steward, vacant by the resign
THIS DAY. (Before Sheriff Dove Wilson). Assault and Breaches of the Peace.—James Morris (31). and James Gilmour (18), farm servants, were charged with committing assault and breach of the peace and malicious mischief at Glen of Wartle Inn on the 3rd inst. Morris pleaded guilty o
London, Saturday. Regarding the agitation now on foot for obtaining free pardon for Edmund Galley, who was condemned tor murder forty years ago, and whose case will be presented to the House of Commons on Tuesday next, by Sir Eardley Wilmot. The memorial now beine signed in Devo