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4Ðnr Irate Cormpraknt.

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PASSING EVENT*, RUMOURS, &o.

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PICTURES OF MISERY!

"SENSATION" TRIALS IN AUSTRIA.

THE END OF "JENNY, THE CAT-SKINNER!"

ITHE BISHOP OF SALISBURY AND…

FENIAN DENUNCIATION OF HEAD…

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THE SUCCESSOR OP HIAD CENTRE…

THE ILLEGALITY of TRADES'…

HOW TO AVOID STRIKES.

A SERMON ON THE GOLDEN RULE…

A SHIP ON FIRE IN THE RIVER…

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A CHARGE OF PERJURY AGAINST…

A CHARMING CITY TO LIVE IN!

A FEARFUL STRUGGLE WITH A…

LETTING A FURNISHED HOUSE.

A FEARFUL DEATH!

RHYMES FOR REFORMERS.

SCOLDING FROM THE PULPIT.

AN EXTENSIVE BANK ROBBERY.

ACROBATS FROM JAPAN.

.HIS CAREER STOPPED!

A SHOCKING CASE-HEARTLESS…

MR. SAMUEL MORLEY AND HIS…

IN A FIX-AND KNOWING IT!

CHARGE OF EXTORTION AGAINST…

DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT.

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A NEW FOOD.-Mf. J. Hullett, of Clarence Lodge, Cosham, Hants, writes al'°* me to C!l retention of your readers to » 8 s"Kar KraS9 (Sorghum Tartaricum) as a va'uanin addlt. n to oar cereal cr p, ? 1c 1, not oniv perfect]™ and hears frDm six to eiaht times the quan'ity per ae-M thur wheat does but the bread made from it is more nourishin- and goes further than any other. Added to this the leaves and shoots are invaluable as food for cattle. As the true seed is not easily obtained, I shaU be happy to send a few gralna to any one tending me a stomped directed envelope.