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THE FRENCH DEFEAT NEAR HANOI.

PROPOSED BRITISH SCHOOL AT…

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IRISH LACE EXHIBITION IN LONDON.

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EARL SPENCER AT LIMERICK.

THE GROWTH OF MORMONISM.

-THE FISHERIES CONGRESS.]

HARVEST PROSPECTS,

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REDUCTION OF RAILWAY RATES.

THE PLAGUE OF LOCUSTS IN RUSSIA.

A BODY FOUND IN A BOX.

¡.' SIR THOMAS BRASSEY ON…

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THE WAR IN THE SOUDAN.I

THE FISHMONGERS' COMPANY.

THE RESOURCES OF MADAGASCAR.

THE REVENUE.

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- WOMAN'S POSITION IN AMERICA.

DOGS IN TRAMCARS.

EVENING OPENING OF MUSEUMS*

DEATH OF SIR WILLIAM KNOLLYS.

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THE ROYAL CALEDONIAN BALL.

COMPARATIVE THIRST IN FRENCH…

MILITARY AFFRAY IN IRELAND.

OVERHEAD WIRES in the METROPOLIS.

—*^ CANADIAN ITEMS.

THE IRISH. LAND ACT.

POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS IN FRANCE.

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On Tuesday evening a sad fatality occurred at High- gate near London. Albert Trevatt, aged four, was playing with a number of other children in a black' smith's yard, when he climbed upon a grindstone standing in the yard. No sooner had he done this than the framework suddenly gave way, precipitating him to the ground, and the stone, weighing about 5 cwt., fell on him. Medical aid was at once obtained. but life was found to be extinct. On Saturday evening a large number of spectators assembled at the Belgrave-road Grounds, Leicester, to see a race between J. W. Raymer, of Manchester with a trotting horse, and John Keen, of London, a bicycle, for £ 50, the distance being five mileB. Both the horse and the bicycle kept well together for the greater part of the journey, but towards the close horse dashed to the front, and won by about 200 yards '1