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TRAGIC ELOPEMENT.

WOMAN HANGED AS SPY. ! ---,

A CURIOUS CASE.

SEVENTEEN YEARS ASLEEP.

MAOISTRATE AND POLICE.

A. A CLEVER RAT.

THE REAL WIFE.

BURIED AliVE,

A CONVICT BANKER.

FORTUNES IN ORCHIDS.

CHARGE OF KIDNAPPING,

REGIMENTAL DISTINCTIONS.

"SETTLING" A STRIKE.

MADWOMAN AT BAY.

THE SUGAR CATS.

ARMY REORGANISATION.

ABERDARE TAILOR'S AFFAIRS.

UNDER THE DEBTORS ACT. -

SINGULAR ACCIDENT.

BLIND GRADiMTlFDROWNED.

I--I MONMOUTH TOWN COUNCIL.

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-P■J,1T PRINCESS'S FLIGHT.

------THE VILLAGE RIOT.

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MISSING STATUETTES.

GOOD CHARACTER NEARLY LOST.

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----. HIS OWN TRUMPETER. j

SAINTWELL WIFE'S STORY.

BOATING DISASTERS.

Mackerel Fishers Browned.

Second Lech Neagh Fatality.

A CAIOXTON IRREPRESSIBLE.

A BRIDGEND FAILURE.

FATAL SHELTER.

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FATAL SHELTER. Six People Burnt to Death. Halifax, N.S., Sunday.—Part of two families, numbering six persona, were burnt to death at Predericton and New Brunswick. The names of the families were Jcwett and Clarke. The Clarkes were delayed by storm, and took shelter for the night in the Jewetts' house. The^haase mysteri- ously took fire, possibly through the ignition of matches by rats, dJld all within perished except Mr and Mis Jewett. Only the charred bones remained.—Renter.

EARTHQUAKE IN CORNWALL.

JUMPED ON POLICEMAN'S BACK.

OBSTRUCTIVE RAILWAY PASSENGER.

THE MISSING COPE.

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