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i EXPRESS SANTA CLAUS FUND.

A HORRIBLE CUSTOM.

ENGLISH COAL WAR.

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ENGLISH COAL WAR. Vtore London Police Sent to the Provinces. The Press Association understands that urther reinforcements of Metropolitan police Lave been despatched to the c< a]fields, in antici- pation, of possible disturbances, which it is feared vill result from the approach of wintry veather and the prolongation of the strained elatioius between the owners and the Miners' federation. At least one division of the twenty Metropolitan divisions of police has sent about .0 selected inspectors, sergeants, and men for luty in Derbyshire and Yorkshire, Superin- endent Beard being, it is understood, in com- oand of this detached force in the provinces. jetters from officers in charge of the Metro- politan police in the coalfields are to the effect hat they do not expect to be re-called until iter Christmas, and their winter clothing has >een sent to them. Miners' Meetings in the Country. A Manchester telegram says that various )rajich meetings of the Miners' Federation are )eing held during the week. There is to be 10 ballot to get the opinion of the men as to .he proposals put forward at the London Coh- erence by the coalowners and Miners' Federa- ;ion. The various districts are invited to nake for themselves arrangements which they hink best for obtaining .the opinion of their nembers. The branch meetings will be fol- owed by a general meeting of the whole of he districts. Arrangements are being made or holding a conference. Conference of Clergymen. The Press Association states that the COll- erence of the leaders of religions that 'are in 'avour of the adoption of the living wage as he basis of settlement of trade disputes will )e held in the Jerusalem-chamber, V. e«t- ninster, next Tuesday, at five p.m. Amongst hose who have consented to take part 111 t. ronference are the Dean of WestminsUr. Cardinal Vaughan, the Bishop of Ripon, the lev. D. Marshall Lang, Moderator of the Church of Scotland; Canon Scott-Holland, Yrchdeaeon Farrar, the Rev. Charles (lore, md the Rev. Professor Shuttleworth. The Featherstone Commission. The Featherstone Riots Commission will ihortly meet in London to conclude their nquiry and frame a report to Parliament, rhe final sittings will be held in one of ihc committee-rooms of th" House of Commons. ——1iwnww L iw———»

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I! The Cardiff Giant Fraud

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A Link with Balaclava.

Strange Affair at Leeds.

Journalism and Peerage.

.To-Day's Racing.

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A Jesuit College Destroyed.

Women in Conference.

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