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'..• HINTS UF01\[ GARDENING.

BPOSTS AID PASTIMEB.

THE GREAT BATTLE BETWEEN PRUSSIA…

J WARLIKE PREPARATIONS.

SENDING BAD MEAT TO TIlE LONDON…

WOMAN AND HER HUSBAND.

FACTS AND FACETI2E. .

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The inquest on Mrs. Warder, wife of the doctor who lately committed suicide at Brighton, was re- T cc"icluded on Monday. The evidence Wf of an interesting and conclusive oaaraoter Amongst the witnesses were Drs. Taylor anci V/ilka. These gentlemen had analysed the contents of the stomach and examined the intestines generally of the deceased. They not only failed to aiaooyor any trace of mineral or vegetable poisons, but also failed to see anything which would account for death. The conclusion they arrived at was that, although aconite could not be discovered, it was most likely, from the symptoms which deceased displayed some time before her death, that aconite had caused- it. After an investigation of close upon four hours' duration, the jury agreed to a verdict to the effect that Mrs. Warder was feloniously, wilfully, and of malice aforethought, kilk-d. aiid mradered by Qør husband,"