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HUSBAND'S NOVEL PLIGHT. A well-dressed man told the Yarmouth magistrates that he wanted to see his wife, who lived with her mother in Yarmouth. He had not seen her for seventeen years.—The clerk remarked that the magistrates could not grant summonses against mothers-in-law for detaining wives, and the Mayor suggested I hat as the applicant had waited seven- teen years lie mijrht be able to wait a little longer. The only remedy, added the clerk, appeared to be a Of (,)i,is an att(-rii;itive, t!ie applicant might, stand on the opposite side of the street, where his wife lived, and if she wanted to see liirn she would come out.—The applicant said it was very hard, as whenever he went to the house his mother-in-law told him his wife was out.—The Mayor said that the bench had no power to fetch his wife, and applicant, left the court greatly dis- appointed.

FORTY LIVES LOST.

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POLAR RELIEF EXPEDITION.I

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DOCTOR BLEEDS TO DEATH.

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WIRELESS MONEY ORDER OFFICE.

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COLLISION IN THE SOLENT.

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UNCLE CHARGED WITH ABDUCTION.

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