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THE NEW FRENCH CABINET.

FATAL COLLIERY DISASTERS.

---PALACE INTRIGUES AT CONSTANTINOPLE.

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PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY'S WILL.

SAD END OF AN ECCENTRIC LADY,

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CYCLONE IN INDIA.

! DEATH OP THE BISHOP OF SODOR…

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THE AWFUL FIRE AT A FRENCH…

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THE MURDERER OF A BROTHER.

THE SPORT-LOVING JUDGE.

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THE SPORT-LOVING JUDGE. Â good story, says a contemporary, about Mr. Justice Hawk'na and his dog has been going the round among those in attendance at the recent War- wick Assizes. His lordship never went out of doors except in company with an obese little fox terrier, and the pair invariably wended their way to the river or a series of pools down by the railway. Their partiality for water is explained by the fact that the dog is a capital ratter, and his lordshij is quite as keen on the pport as his dog. In one of their morning bunts the dog got into same private gardens by the river, and his lordship, so the story goes, so far forgot the severity of the law of trespass that he followed his dog along the back and into the gardens. The con- sequence was that his lordship was peremptorily ordered off the ground by the irate owner, and threatened with a summons for trespass. When he was told who had been the trespasser the owner of the garden said he did not care what he was even if he were a judge he had no right to trample over his ground poking about for rats.

A COMPANY PROMOTER IMPRISONED

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