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THE LAKE COUNTRY FISHERIES.…

VISIT OF LORDS OF THE ADMIRALTY…

THE REPORTED DISCOVERY OF…

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THE MILITARY FORCE OF ENGLAND

FAILURE OF AN EX-M.P.

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THE TURKISH FLEET. \

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THE NEW EDUCATION CODE. ;

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OUR EXPEDITIONARY FORCE.

ARMED ATTACK UPON SOCIALISTS…

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M R»TUBNS.—From April 1,1877, to raa'avT neJ16 Exchequer receipts amounted to as c.omPaNd with £ 69,372,946 in the correspondlnR period of the previous twelve months, if fi^Ki ture has been £ 70,513,137. On Saturday C61n the Banfcof England was £ 2,658,387. SS BBTWEEN A MAN ANN AN EAGLE. v P^P1F8 rec°rd a desperate encounter which °? E. a* Ounningsburgh between a man and an agle. ;„je„mai1 ^aa walking along the highroad when devouring the carcase of a sheep i« 0a the aPproach of the mau the eagle would have flown away, but it could not, owing to its talons being firmly fixed in the flesh of the sbeep. Un the man attempting its capture the bird offered a fierce resistance, pecking him and striking I Jimg48, The man was scratched and had his clothes badly torn. Ultimately he managed to disable the eagle, but not before he had fatally injured it by falling heavily on it during the strugle. It proved a splendid specimen of the erne, or sea eagle, and I measured fully seven feet from tip to tip of the wings. It was conveyed to Lerwick, and is to be forwarded to Mr. Frank Buckland.

LORD NAPIER AND SIR GARNET…

THE TELEPHONE AND THE EXISTING…

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF SWINDLING.

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EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE'OF LEVYING…

CAUSES OF THE AFRICAN OUTBREAK

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GALLIPOLI AND ITS HISTORY.…