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DRINKING FOUNTAINS AND CATTLE…

ABSTRACT of the CENSUS RETURNS.

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THE STORM ON TUESDAY NIGHT.

THE POPE ON THE ASSASSINATION…

THE RUSSIAN HARVEST.

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DEATH OF DR. CUMMING.

PROPOSED UNDERGROUND RAILWAY…

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jSUNDAY CLOSING.

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MR. GLADSTONE and MR. BRADLAUGH.

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An inquest was held at Saltney, Chester on Tues- day, on the body of John JTinchett, aged 71, a horse driver in the employment of the Great Western Jtailway at Saltney. The deceased was engaged with two horses in shunting wagons, when the pointsman at the box cried Look out. John, the down train s coming.' The deceased ran to the horses' heads and got the animals off the metals, but was run over and killed. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned.

SIR S. WATERLOW ON TECHNICAL…