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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

REWARDS FOR SAVING LIFE.

"FIRING" HORSES.

THROWING STONES AT RAILWAY…

MACHINERY AND FOREIGN¡. COMPETITION.

SIR SALAR JUNG,-

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GAINSBOROUGH'S "DUCHESS OF…

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The Daily Telegraph of little I to say in addition to what has been already publIshed con- cerning the portrait of Duhess of Impector of the detective department of Metro- polltau police, has the case in h-And, and fresh bills have been printed and circulated, with a photographic copy of John Scott's engraving. The size of the cut painting is 60 inches by 45 inches; and the description of the 1s as 18 dressed in whlGe, H^ht tho eyes directed towards the spectator, the hair pro- fusely curled, powdered, and falling on the shoulders tbe iuseiy cu p brilliant, and the arms are folded across the1 waist The background of the picture consists of sky with trees on either side the figure The offer of a thousand nmmds reward is repeated, and persons possessed of informa- tion »re directed to give it to Superintendent Williamson, at the offices in Great Scotland-) ard."

FASHIONS AT THE FRENCH DERBY.

THE COMMONS BILL.

CANADIAN IMMIGRATION.

THE WOUNDED IN TIME OF WAR;-

THE FRENCH CONVICT ESTABLISH.…

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THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH.

BEATEN OFF.

THE PLAGUE.

FLUNKEYIAN A.

THE USE OF TOBACCO.

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SELECTED ANECDOTES.

CATCHING TRAINS.

THE ATTRACTIONS OF SAUL.

AMERICAN HUMOUR.

THE MARKETS;