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NO GARDENING ON SUNDAY.I

TWO YEARS FOR ASSAULT.

THE SEARCH FOR ISLANDS.

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THE SEARCH FOR ISLANDS. The following telegram from Captain Davis has been received at the -f fhc,(,s of the British Antarctic expedition from Montevideo â "Nimrod arrived at Montevideo. We Have Sanded Macquarie Island. Obtained good geo- I logical collection. Sailed over position of other f islands." Lieutenant Shackle ton has telegraphed order- ing the Nimrod to proceed direct to London after coaling. The Nimrod was dispatched to the South Pacific to search for certain islands, the exis- tcitce of which was regarded as doubtful. Cap- tain Davis's telegram shows that the vessel has j sailed over the spots on which they have been charted. The result, though of a negative cha- ract-er, is of geographical importance as clear- linup all doubt as to the existence of certain groups of islands in the sub-Antarctic.

I,PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT.

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VICAR'S NOVEL APPEAL.j

RIOTS IN BELFAST.

I SMALL HOLDINGS ACT. '

MAYPOLE COLLIERY DISASTER.

A HEARTLESS HUSBAND.

E VEIN ING DRESS IN COURT.

EX-CONVICT CONSTAB

PERILOUS RESCUE OF A DOG.

POTATOES FOR PAUPERS.