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HOW BROTHER OFFICERS DIED.

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ACCORDING to reports just issued great improve- ments are noticeable in British Central Africa, rar- ticularly in regard to Nyassaland. ON Wednesday at Parkhurst Prison a convict named Williams attacked another convict an l inflicted fearful injuries with a mattock. A BRUTAL murder is reported from Cloonfad, where a dozen men attacked a young fellow named Hoban, who was beaten to death. "I AM too wicked to live r-ny longer" was a sentence in a Jetter left, behind by William H. Bond, an Ipswich clerk, who has committed suicide. Tr is expected that t'.e retirement will take place very shortly of the newly-made Privy Councillor, Mr. Kenrick, M.P ior North Birmingham. I AT the ripe '.ge of 92, there died on Wednesday the Rev. Jrdeph Walker, the oldest clergyman in Northamptonshire. He had held the same living iince 1843. IT if reported from Naples that two Chil Guards entered a house at Al Flocco, and after mitrdering tite mistress, maltreated a girl of 14. They have been arrested. AT the Leicestershire village of Bitteswell a coroner's jury on Wednesday returned a verdict of "Wilful murder" against Peter Hubbard for the murder of his agedifnole.

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MAJOR MARCH AND.

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