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DRUSK OR DYING. t

THE COMIO PAPERS.

SPELLING BEE AT BRISTOL.

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VARIETIES—GR A VE AK"; GAY.…

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THE TESTIMONIAL TO MR. READ,…

A RiVAL TO COD-LIVER OIL.

GROSS RECKLESSNESS BY A MINER.

THE NUMBER OF LANDOWNERS.

PERSONAL STATISTICS.

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MR. CAVE AND THE KriEUIVE.

MR. GLADSTONE AND THE ITALIAN…

POKER VERSUS DOCUMENT.

ERIE RAILWAY COMPANY.

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. ;

A SPELLING BEE AT COLCHESTER.

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The Farnham bench have refused to acciptthede fence of a licensed victualler as bond fide, that eight men who were found in his house by the police after ten o'clock had paid for beds for the night, and so constituted themselves lodgers stad fined him 40s. The men also were fined 7s. 6d. each. Notice of appeal against the decision was given. The Judicial Committee have nppointed the 20t.h in- stant to hear the appeal Keet v. Smith, in which the question is raised whether a. Dissenting minister is entitled to have affixed on a tombstone the prefix of Reverend." The Post Office authorities are about to make a change in the mode by which payment is made for telegrams.. Hitherto ordinary postage stamps were ac- cepted in payment, but after the close of this month all telegrams must be prepaid in telegram stamps, which will be issued of the value of 3d., 6d., Is. and 5s. In Surrey and on much of the stiff and heavy'lands In Kent farmers have not yet sown half their wheat, and several farms are without autumn-sown wheat. The excess of rain and flooded condition of the ground precluded the operation of wheat-sowing at the proper season, and farmers have to rely upon fine weather for spring sowing.

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