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DINING WITH "OOM PAUL."

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A MILLIONAIRE'S WILL.

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ALICE AND HER HUSBAND.

i METHUEN'S HORSE. :

SEA FISHERIES.

ITHE DISCOVERY AT DALSTON…

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THE DISCOVERY AT DALSTON STATION. At North London Police-court, on Saturday, Louise Masset, 32, described as a governess, was charged on remand before Mr. Fordham with feloniously killing and slaying her illegitimate male child, Manfred Louis Masset, aged three and a-half years, at Dalston-junction Station. Mr. W. Lewis, who appeared to prosecute for the Treasury, said he had no witnesses that day, and he asked for a formal remand until next Saturday. The investiga- tions had not yet been completed, and it was thought to be unwise to go further until this had been done. Mr. Fordham remarked that the charge was a very serious one to hang over any person's head, and it waq his view that it should be disposed of as soon as possible. He then remanded the prisoner for a week. The police are now in possession of the names and addresses of the two ladies who first called the atten- tion of the railway porter to the fact that something was wrong.

GRADUATES OF CAMBRIDGE.

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD.

MR RHODES AND WOMEN.

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ART AND LITERATURE.

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JALEBERD'S BUMPS.

SUCCESSFUL MUNICIPAL PRINTING.

MEMS. ABOUT NATAL.

A TOWN AND ITS MORALS.