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THE BRAZILIAN REVOLT. I

WAR IX SOUTH AFRICA-

THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC. ! I

THE MOORISH OUTBREAK. I

THE ENGLISH COAL WAR.

¡MINISTERIAL CRISIS INI I…

'I' A TRIO OP GERMAN I i SUICIDES.I

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AMERICA CUP RACE

TRAGEDY AT BURY ST. EDMUNDS.

IFIVE MEN KILLED BY A DYNAMITE…

THOUSAND MEN DISCHARGED FROM…

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IREMARKABLE DISCOVERY I AT…

ITHE LABOUR TROUBLES ON! THE…

ITHE BRITISH MISSION I TO…

ITHE DUTCH MYSTERY. I

iTERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OFI IA…

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TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF A CREW. A Dalziel's telegram from Victoria, British Columbia, states that the first officer and eight of the crew of the Chilian barque Leonora arrind there yesterday on the tugdiscovei-y, which had been sent to Noah Bay by the Chilian Consul at Port Townsend to meet them. The men were in a terrible condition when the tugboat took them on board. They had walked from Cape Johnson to Noah Bay almost without clothes, and ha ving had scarcely anything to eat for three days. According to their account, which is very circumstantial, the barque struck a rock and almost immediately broke up. Nothing was saved from the vessel.

THE LOSS OF A RUSSIAN I IRONCLAD.

INEW AMERICAN ELECTORAL LAWS.

THE REPORTED PURCHASEI OF…

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GLAMORGAN J.P.'S,

ITHE CHAMBERLAIN CANARD.

I MORE MISERY PROBABLE.

ITHE CATERHAM SCANDAL.

CONDITION OF CAPTAIN O'SHEA.

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