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-. T DEATH OF A GENERAL.'

CANADA STRIKES OIL.

SHOOTING AT A CYCLIST.

ALLEGED THIEF INJURED.

PRISONER'S DARING ESCAPE.

COSTLY BROKEN AXLE.

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COSTLY BROKEN AXLE. 'ilie haRring of the action brought, by Mrs. Gladley, the widow of one of the victims of the Hackney Downs railway accident, to recover damages from the Great Eastern Railway Company has been concluded before Mr. Justice Lawrance. Mr. Lawson Walton, for the plaintiff, said that the railway companies had constantly resented what they considered to be the tedious requirements put uponthem. in this case the omission to test the axle which broke and to provide a communication cord was a lack of the care and skill which the public were entitled to exact. The JUIY. after an absence of an hour and a half, found that there had teen negligence on the part of the railway company in not testing the axles, in not providing communi- cation cords, and in allowing over-crowding. They awarded £ 450 damages.

-------CHARGE OF STEALING…

YOUTH'S REMARKABLE CAREER.

BANQUET TO LORD KITCHENER…

"COL." LYNCH COMMITTED FOR…

COLONEL FORESTIER-WALKER KILLED.

---ALPINE FATALITIES.

REFITTING II. M.S. LED A.

DAMAGES FOR A JILTED WIDOW.

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DESTRUCTIVE PKAWN TRAWLING.

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STRANGE WILL CASE. I

STRANGE RAT STORY.

A DU At BELL'S BANK SENTENCE.

|RAILWAY REFORM.

DEMANDED CONJUGAL RIGHTS.

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