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REGISTRATION OF NURSES.

A "DRINKER OF WATER."

JUDGE REPROVES DOCTORS.

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JUDGE REPROVES DOCTORS. An application was made at the Old Bailey on Tuesday for yet another postponement of the trial of Harry Benson in the Felt ham's Bank case, on account of his health. Drs. Ewart and Peachey said that it would be dangerous to Benson's Jife to try him at these sessions. In reply to the Treasury counsel Dr. Ewart said he had not been told that for the past month Benson had been working at an office from ten to six daily. The Lord Chief Justice said he was quite dis- satisfied with the affidavits and with the evi- dencs of the two medical men, and it was not creditable of them to come and state what they had without proper inquiries. But for the ful- ness of the calendar the case would be taken this sessions. He postponed it to the Septem- ber sessions.

FATAL EXPERIMENT.

FATAL COLLIERY DISASTER.

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COAL CRISIS. 'J c

BISHOP V. VICAR,

A CONFESSION OF MURDER.

STRANGE INCURABLE DISEASE,

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