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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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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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CREMATION CASE IN AMEBICA.—Mra. JiOo Pitman, wife of Mr. Benjamin Pitman, Lecturer 0 > Art in the School of Design at Cincinnati, died in tb* city on the 11th of February, leaving a will in wbi^ she desired that her remains should be forwarded & Dr. Le Moyne, to be cremated in the furnace built him for that purpose at Washington, Pennsylva Dr. Le Moyne, after considering the subject for years, built this cremation furnace in 1876, it is the only one in the United StstlO. Mrs. Pitman is described as a woman 0 education, and skilled in the art of phonograph Mr. Pitman determined to carry out the wi* £ expressed in her will. The only cremation of n°.. that has hitherto been made in the United Stated that of Baron de Palm in December, 1876, in Dr. Moyne's furnace. The first body cremated in it that of a sheep, which Dr. Le Moyne burnt for trial. It was soon reduced to grayish ashes, and ornaments one of the counters in Dr. LB office, done up in a glass jar. Dr. Le Moyne another theory, almost as singular as that of tion. He is said to believe that the application tØ water to the body is injurious to the health, and to carry out his theory he recommends an occasio scraping with the back of a table knife instead of tb usual ablutions.- New York Times.. « A LIBELLOUS PABAGBAPH.—Damages to amount of £ 250 have been awarded at the jury at Dublin against Sir John Arnott, proprietor of Irish Times, at the suit of Thomas Knowles, a Early l«Bt year the plaintiff was about to be to a widow lady very much his superior in soC position and of considerable wealth. Thereupon 0 j of the Irish Times staff wrote in that paper a graph, which, it was alleged, drew unpleasant tion to the lady, who, finding herself an object ridicule, broke off the engagement the day before was to have been celebrated. She Z married a postman. A second paragraph of a character was then inserted. HIGH-PRICED SHOBTHOBNS.—Mr. Henry sopp, M.P., has purchased from the Earl of BectiJ^ the shorthorn cow Eighth Duchess Oneida, in November, 1872, and Duchess of Underley Second, calved July, 1877, for £ 7500. He has purchased Bifid Bose of Tweeddale and three 0 young shorthorn heifers for £ 3500, making a « £ 11,000 for the six animals. The Eighth Oneida is the da&a of Duke of Underley the bought by Sir Curtis Lampson for £ 1750, and Duke of Underley the Third, purchased by the D of Manchester for 3000 guineas. Duchess cf Under the Second is a granddaughter of Eighth Oneida, a daughter of the celebrated cow "e Duchess of Geneva. Printed and published by the proprietor, JOHN ROBERTS, at his General Printing Office, No. li fit lane, Cardigan, in the parish of Saint Mary a u* Countv of Cardigan.—Saturday, March 9, 1878.

GALLIPOLI AND ITS HISTORY.…