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LOCAL JOTTINGS.

JIR. CHILDERS AT EDINBURGH.

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OUR PARIS LETTER.

THE PROPOSED BANQUET TO SIR…

MR. CHAMBERLAIN AND THE bECOND…

! LOUD CLAUD HAMILTON ON VOLUNTARY…

EPIPHANY SERVICES.

MARRIAGE OF MR. STUART : WORTLEY.

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THE CARDIFF POST-OFFICE AND…

EDUCATION IN WALES.

THE NEW JUDGE.

THE PROPOSED RESTORATION OF…

LAND AGITATION IN WALES.

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The favourable symptoms in Mr. Forster's con- dition are maintained. M. Charles de Lesseps, with a staff of engineers and others, left Paris on Tuesday night for Panama. M. Ferdinand do Lesseps will embark for the same destination from Southampton on January 28. At the annual Christmas distribution of beef by Messrs. Allsopp and Sons to their workpeople at Burton nearly 15,0001b. of prime meat was given away. Messrs. Bass gave away 19,0001b. At a meeting of the Hyte Corporation on Wed- nesday Sir Edward Watkin was admitted to the freedom of the borough for his services to the town during the time he has been its representa- tive. Mr. Gladstone continues in excellent health. On Wednesday the right hon. gentleman and three of his sons, were occupied in the park felling trees. Mrs. Gladstone's 74th birthday, which occurred on Wednesday, was not celebrated at Hawarden outside the castle. The Paris correspondent of a London contert, porary says: Three new cases of suspected hydrophobia have been placed under the charge of M. Pasteur. One of the patients is a child of eight years, the other two being adults, MM. Merv and Schwartz. All were bitten by the same dog. Telegrams and let- ters reach M. Pasteur from all parts announcing cases or fancied cases, and the idea is gaining ground of building a special hospital by public subscription for the treatment ot the patients. The remains of Lady Fanny Howard, sister of the Duke of Devonshire, were interred on Wednes- day at Edensor Churchyard, Chatsworth Park. The chief mourners were Mr. Wilfrid Howard, Mr. Gerald Howard, Major Howard, and Miss Howard, deceased's sons and daughter; Mr. and Miss Ponsonby, Mr. Cecil Foljambe, M.P., the Duke of Devonshire, the Marquess of Hartington, Lord Edward Cavendish, M.P., and Lady Louisa Egerton. Several beautiful wreaths were received from East- bourne, Holker Hall, Chatsworth, and other places.

THE SOUDAN. 1

THE NEW FRENCH CABINET.

DEATH OF A FRENCH EX-MINISTER.

THE ROBBERY AT A VIENNA JEWELLER'S.

SUICIDE AT MONTE CARLO.

THE HARVEST IN AUSTRALIA.

AFFAIRS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

FIRE IN LONDON.

ANOTHER SERIOUS FIRE.

.A SAILOR SUFFOCATED,

EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE.

THE CONFESSION OF THE STOKE…

FRAUDS ON INTENDING EMIGRANTS.