Cadillac, April 5.- One of Cauillac's eitizens has just been tb e recipiënt of ' one of the highest honora known to the scientific world. a fellowship in the Royal öeographical society, Londom I The fortnnate person is the Rev. W. A. Colledge, pastor of the Congregational church and a lecturer of high reputafciou thronghout the west. Mr. Colledge ia a Scotchrnanbybirth, and is a gradúate of Glasgow nniversity. While quite a yonng man Mr. (Jolledge went to África with an exploration party, and spent three years in j tliat wild country exploring along the ! Zainbesi n:l Congo rivers and in the interior. After his return froin África lie spent three years ín travel throngh Europa and in íigypt and Arabia, and then went back to England to study for I the ministry. He soon after carne to tliis couutry, and lias lived liere ever sin'ce. The high honor conferred apon Mr. Oolledge is a merited recognition of his j valuable services as a traveler and explorer and his contributions to the I vani-ement of BOüranhical scieuce.