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ITHE RECENT SEIZURES OF EXPLOSIVES.

EMPLOYMENT FOR PENSIONERS.

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IRISH REPRODUCTIVE LOAN FUND…

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THE QUEEN'S RETURN TO WINDSOR.

FATAL COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

*mm THE SUNDERLAND DISASTER.

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SHAM FIGHT AT DOVER. \

DAMAGE TO CROPS BY GAME.

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THE OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA IN…

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THE OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA IN EGYPT. r Of forty-two deaths that occurred on Monday at Damietta, twenty-eight were caused by cholera. Seventeen days' strict quarantine is imposed upon all arrivals from that port, and the French consuls in Egypt have reported to their Government that the measures hitherto taken by the local authorities to check the spreading of the epidemic are in every way satisfactory. A Daily News telegram, dated Cairo, Tuesday even- ing, says:— The cholera has reached Mansurah. Several refu- gees have arrived here. A large number of troops have been despatched to reinforce the sanitary cordon round Damietta. The Mansurah and Tanta authori. ties are taking every precaution, and the trains from Cairo are stopped at Man surah. A telegram from Alexandria, dated Tuesday even- ing, says :-The exodus is increasing. The French, Austrian, and English steamers left to-day crowded, and all the places for text week are engaged. The news from Damietta is not worse, but there is a general fear that what has occurred there may happen everywhere. Hence the panic.

IRISH MILITIA AT ALDERSHOT.

CHARGE OF SCALDING A CHILD…

THE COST OF THE NAVY.

VIEWING BODIES AT CORONER'S…

EARTHQUAKE -IN THE WEST OF…

THE THEFT OF LORD CRAWFORD'S…

ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER AND…

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DEATH IN THE CRICKET FIELD.

EPITOME OF NEWS.

THE MARKETS.