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::OUR LONDON LETTER.

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At the age or seventy-seven the death has occurred of Charles Spong, who until 1914 was head waterman of Eton College. When he retired an elegy in Latin appeared in the "Eton College Chronicle." Mr. T. M. Colmore, who for seventeen vears prior to 1905 was stipendiary magis- trate at Birmingham, died Tece-ntly. aged seventy-one years. He was a keen sportsman, and in 1866 won the 100 yards amateur championship.

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I PLYMOUTH TRAM FATALITY.

"TO BLOW UP ST. HELENS."

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