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SWALLOWED BY A QUICKSAND.

REMOVING PKOPEItTY UNLAWFULLY.

THE DEATH "OF A LADY~CYCLIST.

----__----A PLATELAYEWS DYING…

HORRIBLE BURIAL STORY.

A WITCH'S DEN.

SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT IPSWICH.

SUNDAY TRADING CONTROVERSY.

WOMEN PRINTERS IN RUSSIA.

INTERESTING DISCOVERY.

FAULT OF THE GOVERNMENT.

CYCLIST v. CLERGYMAN.

TERRIFIC HURRICANE.

SWEPT OFF A BUS.

ANOTHER SPACE TO P.E VACANT.

HOW POCKETS ARE, PICKED.

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HOW POCKETS ARE, PICKED. Arthur Simpson, 27, labourer, at Clerkenwell Sessions pleaded guilty to stealing a match box and other articles, value 25s from the person of Charles Edward Mortimer, :< solicitor practising in the Strand. It was stated that the modus operandi adopted by the prisoner was to hold a bundle of news- papers immediately in front of his victims, and under cover of this rifle their pockets. Jlis favourite resorts were railway termini and other places where people are in the habit of congregat- ing. Mr. M'Coilliel I said he was determined to donl* he could to clear the streets of thieves like Simp- son, and he sent him to three years' penal servi- tude.

HOW A BODY WAS FOUND.

DROWNED IN A FOG.

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GLEANINGS.

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TRADE COMES TO ENGLAND.

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