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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.

-------CHARGE OF STEALING…

YOUTH'S REMARKABLE CAREER.

BANQUET TO LORD KITCHENER…

"COL." LYNCH COMMITTED FOR…

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"COL." LYNCH COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. "Cornel" Lynch was again brought up at Dow. street. Police-court, London, on Friday, on the charge of treason, and made a long statement OP his own behalf, explaining that when he went out to South Atrica it was with the sole intention of acting as a war correspondent, and that he had no mission from Dr. Leyds personally. He was naturalised as a burgher in order to be able to go freely among the Boer forces for journilliptic purposes, and was invited to assist in organising and to command the troop which came to be knowr as the Second Irish Brigade. Ile fought as a burgher, but never asked for or received any pay. The prisoner described the circumstances of his return from South Africa and his candidature for Gal way, and denied having ever had or shewn any personal feel ng- against the British troops. After some discussion between counsel the prisoner was com- mitted for trial before either the King's Bench or coiliiiiissioii.

COLONEL FORESTIER-WALKER KILLED.

---ALPINE FATALITIES.

REFITTING II. M.S. LED A.

DAMAGES FOR A JILTED WIDOW.

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DESTRUCTIVE PKAWN TRAWLING.

----.--WESLEYANS AND DR. BEET.

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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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