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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

jTHE SOUTH AFRICAN ABORIGINES.

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MUSEUM OF TRADE PATTERNS AND SPECI- MENS. —A museum of trade patterns and specimens of work is being established at Manchester, with the design of imparting technical education to workmen and artisans on the plan lately adopted by some of the Continental industrial centres. It was suggested some time ago that the museum should be at South Kensington, but the authorities there thought it would be better that it should be fixed in the midst of som" of the principal trading communities. Textile fabrics V^ c°Hected, and other departments will be adored from time to time. THE HEAT IN AUSTRALIA.—The heat has this year been tremendous throughout Australia, and the drought in Queensland and New South Wales some- thing terrible. Up country tke thermometer has re- gistered no less than 130 in the shade. Water, even for drinking purposes, is in some places as scarce as m the Nubian deserts. aoKsiMAtfs TEA, not faced with Prussian Blue, HORMHAN S TEA, always good alike. Howroun's TEA, best value tor money.

SUPPRESSION OF THE SLAYE TRADE…

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WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

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THE EASTERN QUESTION.

ANOTHER COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELUGENCE.

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