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Mautett by a lion during tne production of cinematograph scenes, Mr. William W. Kiitoy, an actor, has been fatally injured at Los Angeles, California. A derelitet dangerous to navigation has been sighted in mid-Atlantic by the steamer Rhaetia. The police have received information that Miss D. Wilkinso.n, the recluse in whose house at Harlesden on April 2nd were found twenty-six dead and dying Pomeranian dogs, has gone to Ireland, where she has relatives. For the protection of our food supplies the number of armed ships is being increased from forty to seventy. Ain international code of affreightment has been prepared by representatives of the great shipping Powers for consideration at the next Maritime Conference. London Rifle Brigade have created a world's record for forced marching, covering the dis- tance from London to Brighton in fourteen hours twenty-three minutes. A woman giving the name of Kathleen Andrews had been pliarged. at Westminster with forging and uttering cheques in the name of Lady Lampson on the London, City and Midland Bank. As a sequel to the fatal shooting of a girl in the Borough, a boy named Thomas Spencer has been charged with wilful murder at Tower Bridge Police-court. The output of coal in the United Kingdom in 1913 was 287,411,869 tons, the highest on record, and an increase of 27,013,291 tons over the output in 1912, says a Home Office report. Out of 923 candidates for the ordinary cer- tificate at the Oxford Senior Local Examina- tion, 536 were successful. Miss E. G. Hardy, of the Secondary Girls' School, Jarrow, 19M j first elass.

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I AGRICULTURAL NOTES. I

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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

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