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OUR LONDON L <

NO GARDENING ON SUNDAY.I

TWO YEARS FOR ASSAULT.

THE SEARCH FOR ISLANDS.

I,PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT.

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I, PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT. paring the period February 16 to July 2 of this year 1.319 public petitions were pre- sented to Parliament. The greatest number of signaturesâ826,235âwere attached to 45 petitions against the Roman Catholic Dis- abilities Removal Bill.. Next came 158 petitions, with 330,039 sig- natures, against the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sundays Bill. There were 192 petitions, with 4041 signatures, in favour. Against legislation for women's enfran- chisement one petition was submitted, with 254,000 signatures, while 77 petitions, with 17,549 signatures, were sent in favour of votes for women. There was one petition, with one signature, against the Budget Bilk,

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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.