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SARASATE ON THE VIOLIN.

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EXECUTION.

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THITMUKDERNEAR J-ONDON^

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ACTION AGAINST MR. GEO. NEVNES.…

PITH AND POINT.

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT .

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THE LIBEKAJOPi SMASH.

TIE CORK CARD CASE. .

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TIE CORK CARD CASE. THE UP. Mr. Justice O'Brien commenced the summing up this (Tuesday) morning in the great Cork card scandal, stating that the p aintiff was at prei ent engaged upon an issue which involved, not his life, but his life of honour, and all a man could hold dear-fortune, fame, family, and all that could adorn a distinguished station and domestic happiness. He had to defend himself against a charge overwhelming infamy, a charge of such a nature as to poison tke stream of human happiness upwards and downwards alike, a charge of infamy bowing the honourad head of age to the grave with humiliation and sorrow, and stamping into the blood of his innecent children an indelible taint that charity could never take out. The jury would have great difficulty in determining the question before them, owing to the difference in the evidence as regards the foul play imputed to the plaintiff. The Judge then proceeded to review the evi- dence in detail, criticising the action of the parties who had witnessed the alleged cheating, and refrained from protesting at the tiiUe. He said his natural feeling and tendency would have been to'come out from the unhealthy air ef espionage and suspicion into the open air of straight- forward and manly conduct like a manly English soldier. Capt. Horfiblow, who had been examined, [Proceeding. ]

40.-WOULD-BE M.P/S DIVORCE.…

STRIKES AND LOCK-OUTS.

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MR. JOHN MORLEY AT NEWCASTLE.

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