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AN ABEBAVOFF B»ILDERS CLAIM.

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THE A.NARCHISTS.^ .

- LIBEL ACTION AGAINST A NEWSPAPER…

BEIGN OF TERROR IN SERVIA.…

DANCING IN THE LIONS' DEN._…

TERRIBLE DEATH OF A WELSH…

A KOSEBERY ANECDOTE.

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THE PA.RNELLITES; .

LOCAL & DISTRICT. » ■ <> 1…

SEQUEL TO A BREACH OF ! PROMISE.I

A GBAVE-DIGGER SHOT. e

A W()DLD-BE M.I\\S DTVORCE.…

THE TROUBLES OF COMPANY PROMOTERS…

IHER MAJESTY AT MANCHESTER.

CERTIFICATES MADE EASY.

THE ANTI-BETTING RAID.

CHARGED TO DEATH.

LORD COLERIDGE.

THE GERMAN FLEET.

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THE AM^OF^BAKSOM." ---------

A MAM^BITIM OFF.,

BIG DIAMOND ROBBERY. .---

NEATHTRAMWAYS v, COMPANY.…

E0ME0 AND JULIET. o.

LAW AND THE WOMAN, o

WORK A NIL W,A GKS.

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WORK A NIL W,A GKS. DEFEAT OF THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT. In the French Chamber or Deputies yesterday (Tuesday;, a motion in favour of an eight hours day having been referred to a committee, the Premier refused to accept a motion tj permit trade combination on the State railways, and the Government was thereupon defeated by 50. MINERS' WAGES. The reduction of miners' wages in Scotland is regarded by the Miners' Federation of Great Britain as sufficiently serious to call for special attention. In view ot tho contingencies of the moment the Executive ha.ve thought it desirable that a special general aonference of the whole Federation shoufn be called to concider the present position in Scotland, aod take such steps as may be considered necessary. THE LONDON CAB STRIKE. There is no change to report in the condition of affairs in connection with the London cabmen's strike. Lord Si rewsbury has arranged for an immediate sale of all the premises and entire stock used by him in his business as cab pro- prietor. At the Marlbororsgh-street Police-court, London, to-day, two cabmen, named Wilford and Jones, were each ordered to pay a fine of £ 10, with the alternative of one month's imprisonment, for as- saulting another cabman who refused to join the Union. STRIKE AT HARTLEPOOL. The shipyard joiners at tite Hartlepcols came out oi strike yeste rday (Tuesday) afte: noon. r] hey asked a month ago for an advance of 3s., but the employers refused to concede this or any other advance. The men took a ballot before coming out, and decided by a large majority to adhere to their demand. THE MINERS' LEADER. In a letter to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Mr. Pickard states that his health, which is better now than it has been for some time past, has nothing to do with his reported intentions regarding the Miners' Federation of Great Britain or the International Congress. The .causes which may lead him to take the^eported intention can only be avoided by the policy of those acting in concert with him.

LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION AT NEATH.

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WARWICKSHIRE v. NOTTS.

EXPLOSION NEAR ABERAVON. .

NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING.

ASCOT MEETING.

LATEST ,iCKATCHINGSf.

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THE JABEZ BALFOUlt iCOMPAXIEa

OXFORD ^ r; ^BRIDGE—POETS.

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