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"K!DNAPPED" G!RL

D!ED W!TH HER D06.

----Atteged Murder Attempt.…

"SOUL K!LUNG" STEAMERS.

THE GEftM.A KA VY.

A NEW ERA IN SIBERIA.

CANADA'S UNTtLLED ACRES.

I IELECTION DAY SCENES IN…

Loss of the ss. Cadoxton.…

CAGE ON SHEAVES.

Coat Working Dispute .

SIR E. 8HACKLETON.

I , AUSTRALIAN APPLE TRADE.

Protection Brutatity. .

ASSIZE REMOVAL QUESTtON.

Sir Griffith Thomas. .

" &AVE THE SHOW AWAY."

SCHOOL BATHS.

MISS AMY EVANS. ,

CONSTABLE BOUGHT FOOD.

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CONSTABLE BOUGHT FOOD. A sad case of extreme poverty was descnbeo at Marylebone Ponce Court on Monday, when Elizabeth BaUey, a pale-faced woman of A was charged with placing herself and het twelve-year-old daughter in Kentish Town* road for the purpose of begging. The con- stable who arrested them stated that he went to the address they gave in Somers Town, and found that they lived in a top back room. There were four other young children, and there was not a particle of food in the room, and the only furniture was a bed. The woman'a husband, a street musician, had earned 9d that day, and the children were so hungry that the constable bought food for them. Mr Paul Taylor, the magistrate You think it is a genuine case t—" Yes, perfectly," the constable replied. Asked why he did not go into the workhouse,. the husband said he did not care to. A remand was granted for inquiries.

SUICIDE AT 70!

ALLEGED PEPPER ASSAULT.

BY SUBMARtNE TO POLE.

"'WHITE MAN'S LOVE CHARM."