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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.

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CYCLONE IN INDIA. CALCUTTA, Friday. A cyclone of great violence swept over Saugor and across the head of the bay of Calcutta. Several lightships have gone adrift or are missing. The Retriever, which was towing the ship Godiva, and a local steamer, with 750 persons on board, were also reported missing. The Government steamer Resolute was despafched in search of the lightships and wrecks. It is reported that much damage has been done in the Orissa district, where the telegraph wires are broken. A later despatch says: The tag Retriever is now known to have foundered on the Sandheads. Only one of the crew was saved. The Godiva is safe. A telegram, dated Calcutta, to Lloyd's states: Nepaul-Italy (Star of Italy), Conconada, Cahitosh (? Clan Macintosh), Serbudda, Lawada, Othello, Landaura, Gilcruix. all well Godiva reported anchored Eastern Channel, crew all safe; Retriever (tug), Lascar saved reports foundered, 26th Sir John Lawrence still missing; Maharajah (s),left Calcutta 24th or 25th; spoken at Sandheads 27th, all well; Australia, ship left Calcutta 24th; anchored off Saugor. Godiva, coming up the river, reports all well, but decks swept and cargo shifted."

! 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.

A COMPANY PROMOTER IMPRISONED

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