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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

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"KEATINOR'SCOUGril LOZENGES."—Ours Coughs, ASTHMA, Bsiiscams.- Me lie rl states that no other medicine is so eife.;tu*l in the C!o of tl.1c.e dangeroustnalidioa. 0:n Lif/. yigJ al-vio given etsa, one or two at bed time ensure ro d. Sold in ritiq. Is. lid. AT the weekly meeting of the West Bromwich Board of Guardians it was reported that during the week twenty-nine new cases of small-pox had occurred, and that the total number of esses at the present time in the parish is sixty-three. The vaccination officer stated that at three of the public schools he was informed that he could not be allowed to inspect the children without the consent of the clergymen managers, and in one case the manager declined to allow him to make the examina- tion. An idea had got abroad among the poorer classes that black men were going round to ermine the children. It was arranged that the required information as to the sncccssful reaults of vaccination and the health of the children should be obtained from the masters and mistresses of the schools, to whom forms will be applied. Kit's Coxpouxs for Colds and Cou -h', cores 9 oases out of 10. Sold everywhere, 9 W., 1M &c. THIJ Hon. Sir Arthur H. Gordon, in course of a ewcwnd lecture on Fiji and the Western Pacific to the members of the Philosophical Institution, Edinburgh, alluded to the news received of the de-ith of Thakombau, ex-King of Fiji, and expressed his sense of tha loa* which the colony had thereby aottaiaed.

THE BRADLAUGH DEMONSTRATION.

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TtlE SLAVE TRADK-MASSACRE…

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ARISTOCRATIC DIVORCE SUIT.

AN ALLEGED ADVERTISING FRAUD.

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