Westminster Budget: The Shahzada attended a reception given in his honor at the Imperial Institute last Thursday evening. His Highness was received in the vestibule by Lord Herschell and the executive council. There were also assembled the Prince o? Wales and other members of the royal family, the representatives of the corps diplomatique, and many distinguished guests. The other portions of the institute were thronged with Fel lows and their frienda. A guard of honor consisting of troopers of the' First Life Guards was mounted in the central foyer, and the band of the regiment played the Afghan national anthem as the Shahzada entered the building. Under the guidance of Lord Herschell, Nasrulla Kahn and the other royal and distinguishéd visitors made a tour of inspeetion. A visit was paid to the Railway Appliances Exhibition, the Shahzada manifesting much interest in the different exhibits aad askin many qnestions. From there his Highnesa was conducted through the Austraüan and Indian courts to the north gallery, where he had the pleasure of vknessing the printing of his own portrait by photographic íesses. On leaving the photographic ixhibition the Shahzada and his retin-.ie wt-re taken to the band stand pavllion in the west garden and Herr Strauss had the honor of presenting a copy of hls new "Shahzada" march to his Highness. The grounds wer'e speeia'ly illuxainated for the occasion. On rc-turning to the main building Nasrulla Khan retired to the Iudian room and his s-jbsequent departure from the institute was witnessed by a largo crowd.