HOME AND FOREIGN.
[By Bieotbio Telegraph.—Copyright. 1 [Feb Press Association.]
PROMOTION. LONDON, Jcxe 20,
Sir John Stainer has been appointed successor to tho late Sir F. G. Oussley to the Chair of Music at Oxford University.
UNIONIST ACTIVITY. LONDON, June 20,
The Council of the Primrose League have complimented the gentlemen who have defended the Unionist cause in Australia, and have despatched an agent to Australia to follow the Irish delegates and bring forward the Unionist side of the Homo Rule question. The complimentary vote refers especially to the lettero signed “Unionist” that have appeared in the Australian Press. The fee paid to the Unionist delegate is LSOO and ex ponses.
LEPROSY IN LONDON. LONDON, Junk 20,
The president of the Epidemiological Society confirms tho Prince of Wales’s statement as to the spread of leprosy and a leper being employed in tho city.
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