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DOMESTIC TRAGEDIES. I

DEATH OF A DEVOTED WOMAN.…

ILATEST IN YACHTS. I

COUNTESS'S ROMANCE.J

STRUGGLE WITH A PANTHER. I

I TO FIGHT DISEASE.

HARNESSING THE SUN.

.FRENCH AND ENGLISH WOMEN.

MARK TWAIN AND CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

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MUTINY IN A LONDON GAOL. .

BIG INSURANCE FIGURES. I

STANDARDIZING THE SAUSAGE.…

A HAUNTED NECKLACE.I

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Mrs. Amanda Hill, of Morris Hill, Nebraska, "became hysterical, and after singing for four days without stopping, died of exhaustion. Mr. R. T. Coryndon, Administrator for North- Western Rhodesia, has been appointed Resident Commissioner for Swaziland. For the murder of his son-in-law, Edmund Clarke, at Quarry Bank on December 1, Joseph Jones, a stockkeeper, was executed (lot Staf- ford. Seventy homeless men, not one of whom was sober, were stated at Manchester Police Court to have slept on the brick-works at Cheetham Hill. Mr. Justice Warrington has so far recovered from the effects of his recent accident that he has been able to leave for his country residence in Wiltshire. "Female education in Japan" is the title of a paper which Baron Kikuchi will read before the Japan Society on April 10 at 20, Hanover- square. The cast of Mr. Louis N. Parker's new comedy, "Mr. George," which will be produced at the Vaudeville about the middle of April, will in- clude Mr. Charles Hawtrey. Thomas Nolan, a labourer, fifty-eight years old, was remanded at Liverpool on a charge of murdering his wife by cutting her throat and battering her head. In consequence of the demand for Burton beer in Lancashire, a Bolton firm of Brewers are bringing water by rail from Burton-on-Trent in order to brew the beer.

I MAID AND MASSEUR.

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THE SINS OF SOCIETY.

AN IMPERIAL OFFICE.

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