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^UDIFF COUNTY COURT.

^raSTUICTIONS IN MONMOUTHSHIRE.

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LON IK>N LETTEI».

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THE CRISIS IN EGYPT.

FATAL RAFT ACCIDENT.

THE FRENCH AND MADAGASCAR.

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LATEST HOME TELEGRAMS.

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LATEST HOME TELEGRAMS. A Cabinet Council was held at noon on Thurs- day at the Premier's official residence. Fourteen valuable horses were burnt to death in a lire at Lord Norrey's stud farm, near Ox- ford, on Thursday. The Manchester Ship Canal Bill came, on Thursday, before the examiner. The scheme is similar to that of last year, and the total cost is estimated at £7,000,000. The Hon. R. Milnes, son of Lord Houghton, was selected on Wednesday night as the second Liberal caudidate for Pontefract at the next election. Robert Wheeler, a local Methodist preacher, was committed fur trial on Thursday by the Malmesbury magistrates on a charge of setting fire to a rick of hay. The Court of Appeal on Thursday dismissed with costs the appeal of the defendant in the Bournemouth breach of promise case against the refusal of the Divisional Court to grant a new trial. Dr. Payne, of St. Leonard's, Sussex, was on Thursday morning committed to prison by Justice Pearson for contempt of court, in receiving a ward of Chancery into his house while living with a married woman not his wife. Placards were posted m Newry on Thursday morning, signed by Lord Arthur Hill, calling on the Orangemen to attend a counter demonstration next Tuesday at Castlewellan. The Nationalists tore down the placards. The Queen's Bench on Thursday granted a rule nisi calling upon Mr Colledgo to show cause why the trial of his charge of alleged libel against tha Globe newspaper should not be removed into that court. At a meeting of the Dumfriesshire Liberal Association, on Wednesday, it was stated that Mr Robert Janline, the present representative, had consented to stand again at the general election. Lord Eskdaill will be the Conserva- tive candidate. The Press Association learns that her Majesty will not leave Osborne for Windsor before the second week in April. The usual Privy Council meeting the day before the opening of Parliament will be held at Osborne on February 4th. The Press Association states that the Marquis of Normanby has expressed his desire to the Government to be allowed to retire from the Governor-Generalship of Victoria, which he has held since 1879. ) Lord Rossinore, acknowledging the sympathy of the Blackburn Orangemen, says their senti- ments make him feel that the part he took at Rosslea was a step in the right direction. He hopes the same business will have been stopped by a Conservative Government before reaching England. The Press Association is informed that the French transport Point, which has just left Toulon for China, has on board a complete military balloon equipment. The corps consists of 100 men, including a colonel and two captains. A complete photographic apparatus is attached to each car, which is also fitted with the most recent scientific instruments. During the storm at Darlington, on Wednes- day evening, Mr Brebner, a well-known local tradesman, whilst attempting to ford the Tees, which was very much swollen, was swept away, together with his horse and trap. The vehicle was found several miles down the river, but the body has not yet been recovered. At Belfast, on Wednesday afternoon, a foundry chimney was blown down, and WI upon the roof of a mill, in which a number of workpeople were engaged. A married woman na8'3d Eliza Paxton, of 4, Telfair-street, was killed on the spot, and several girls were injured. The latter were re- moved to the Royal Hospital. The steamer St. Finbar, which arrived at Queenstown on Thursday morning, reports having passed the overdue White Star liner Germanic, 40 miles south of Miuehead, at eight o'clock on Thursday morning. The captain declined as- sistance, stating that he expected tugs. A later telegram says that the Germanic has arrived off Waterford, flying signals for assistance. Within the last few days a respectable young girl, the daughter of a police-sergeant, has mys teriously disappeared in Dublin. A club-house waiter has been arrested. It appears the girl left her home about seven o'clock in the evening, on some pretext, and the accused was observed to meet and walk away with her. The prisoner is a married man with two children. The City Press states that the Grocers' Com- pany, with a view to encourage the making of exact researches into the causes of important diseases, and the means by which they may be prevented or obviated, have decided to offer for competition three research scholarships, each of £250 per annum, tenable for one year, with eligi- bility for re-appointment. -Judgment was given in the Queen's Bench, on Tuesday morning, in the action brought by Sir Percival Haywood against the Bishop of Man- chester, in consequence of the Iatter's refusal to institute the Rev. H. Cowgill to the living of Miles Platting1, on the presentation of plaintiff, owing to Mr Cowgill's alleged ritualistic prac- tices. Baron Pollock gave judgment for the Bishop. The coroner's inquiry into the late fatal boiler explosion at Messrs Spicer's paper mills, near Godalming, was concluded on Tuesday at Guild- ford. Mr P. Samson, assistant to the chief engi- neer of the Board of Trade, attributed the explo- sion to the plugging of the escape pipe with straw. The jury returned a verdict of Acci- dental death," and expressed the opinion that the working of the boilers and steam valves showed carelessness on the part of those having charge of them.

THE LIBEL ACTION AGAINST THE…

FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT AT PLYMOUTH.<,'.…

THE POLICE AND THE .PUBLICAN.

PRACTICAL JOKING,

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SUPPOSED CREMATION NEAR SCARBOROUGH.

THE LOAD LINE.

-------THE TUZNSYAAL DEPUTATION,"

CORRUPT PRACTICES AND MUNICIPAL…

MESSRS BRIGHT AND CHAMBERLAIN.

CARDIFF SCHOOL BOARD.

IWELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

CARDIGANSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

MERTHYR COUNT^ COURT.

GLAMORGAN ENGLISH .BAPTIST…

MR HEALYJVI.P.. AND THE FRANCHISE.

MR GLADSTONETND HIS SPEECHES.…

(sPECIAr, REPORTS FROM OUP.…

THE POSITION OF BlimSII MINERS.

SUNDAY CLOSING IN IRELAND.

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