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SUICIDE IN HYDE PARK.

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FOR "GENERAL" BOOTH.

DEATH OF MR. T. REES, OF ELY.

A CADOXTON INTERPLEADER.

ICourt Martial at Devonport.

Work and Wages.

A Lady Dog Exerciser.

London Police Scandal.

She Couldn't, But She Did.

Builder's Premises Ablaze.

CAPTAIN VERNEY'S SEAT.

THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

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THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. The London correspondent of the Freeman's Journal understands that among the latest victims of the influenza is Mr. Pierce Mahoney, M.P. He is confined to his bed with a sharp attack, which will prevent his attending the House of Commons for a week or two. We regret to announce the death of Mr. Lindsay Middleton Aspland, Q.C., LL.D., of the Northern Circuit, which took place on Wednesday after a short illness from influenza and pneumonia. Sir John Puleston is making but slow progress towards recovery, and cannot resume bis Parlia- mentary duties until after Whitsuntide. Lord Derby is better this morning, and left hii bed this afternoon for n. few hours. Influenza is still very prevalent in Bradford, amongst the sufferers announced to-day being Sir Henry Mitchell, Mr. Hoffmann, president of the chamber of commerce, whose brother has died from an attack, and the chief-constable. About 100 deaths, directly or indirectly due to influenza, occurred during the last fortnight. Mr. Flower, Conservative candidate for West Bradford, isllaid up wiih influenza. Influenza continues to spread in Liverpool, and has seriously interfered with the business of the Liverpool Assizes. Jurymen have had to be excused, and members of the Bar are laid up. Among the latter are Mr. Bigham, Q.C., and Mr. Ambrose, Q.C., M.P. The Press Association states that Colonel Herbert George Deedes, assistant secretary to the War Office, died Oil Wodnesday morning, the primary cause being an attack of influenza. Influenza has become very prevalent in Birkenhead. Business is disorganised. At the workhouse nearly all the officials are affected, and outside assistance has had to be procured to carry on the administration of the institution. Influenza is increasing in Nottingham, and Mr. Sydney Johnson, solicitor, son of the town-clerk, died from it on Wednesday.

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