THE VACANT JUDGESHIP.
(.From Our Own Correspondent.']
WELLINGTON, Aum-vr 5. _ No decision as to the vacant Judgeship in likely to be pome to for some days. The lobby rumor which gained currency on Saturday, that Mr llialop would assume the Attorney-Generalship with a view to his being appoiuted to the Bench, had no foundation, and is authoritatively denied.
The lateat eccentricity in the evening coßtume of the je.nnme don'e appears tobe the wearing of a white tie with a thin edging of scarlet. I saw three young gentlemenwrites a London correspondent Bporting these articles at the opera the other evening, and though they appeared well satisfied with the effect I could not help thinking that they looked decidedly christy-minstroly. This new departure can hardly bo approved of in the highest quarters, for a popular baronet in the Guards was regarding the novel-ties —no pun intended—with horror and dismay.
There are 213 clubs of women in New Orleans devoted to the study of political economy.
A lecture, entitled 'Electricity in the Service of Man,' will be delivered by Mr R. 0. .Tones. A.1.E.E., on Wednesday evening, in the Choral Hall, for a charitablo object.
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