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RUSSIANS DEFEATED.

ANOTHER RUSSIAN DISASTER.

j GHASTLY TRAGEDY IN SPAIN,…

L MURDERER TRACED BY A DOG.

A SISTER'S SACRIFICE.

~ TINPLATE DISPUTE SETTLED.

RAID ON SUNDAY GAMBLERS.

ROYAL BRITISH BANK CASE.

DECAPITATED AND BURNT.

ENTERED UP WAGES FALSELY.

ITAMPERING WITH SIGNALS.

"RIPPER". CRIMES IN BERLIN.

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MAJOR SEELY A LIBERAL.I

CLERGYMAN FINED FOR ASSAULT.

OPERATION ON THE AMEER.

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-)0(- ngeons new trom liranvme, rrance, to the Midlands, a distance of from 250 to 280 miles, on Monday in record time. The fastest bird reached Worcester after flying at the rate of 1,708 yards per minute, or fifty-eight miles an hour. Long-continued tight lacing was shewn at an inquest to be largely responsible for the death of Evelyn Webb, aged twenty-four, a parlourmaid, who "died suddenly after supper in the house where she was employed in Holland Park. To the revised edition of the King's Regulations 5s to be added: "Foals of Government mares are the property of the State. A birth must be imme- diately reported to the War Office, when instruc- tions will be given as to the disposal of the foal." Ar-, the Bucks Assizes Frank Percy Ayres, William James Chinnery, and William Charles Enstone were acquitted of the charge of manslaughter of Ann Salisbury, schoolmistress, who was shot while un- packing her boxes in a cottage at Chackmore. At Frodsham, David Hulse, a Wesleyan local preacher, was sentenced to fourteen days' hard labour for indecent behaviour. Notice of appeal was given, but prisoner's sureties refused to become bound over, and lie went to gaol. Mr. Simon Lake, the inventor of the submarine boat, Protector, which is said to have been sold to Japan, has sailed from Xew York. It is reported that he is on his way to Japan to supervise sub- marine manoeuvres. The Bishop of London has issued a warning against theosophy or the doctrine of reincarnation as a danger to the Christian faith. It. has been proposed by the Semi-Teetotal Pledge Association that the Church of England Temperance Society should take over its organisation. Mr. Andrew K. Fillans, now- a horse-dealer in Yorkshire, has obtained a decree nisi against his wife Annie, on the ground of her misconduct with the cc-respondent, Mr. James Joseph Campbell, of Manchester. Two young men named Carrvell and Guy were drowned while bathing near VVareham, Dorset; and by the upsetting of a boat at Dawlish a youth named Wilkinson lost his life. Mr. Pretyman has informed Mr. R. Lucas, M.P., that the full amount of pension will be awarded to the widows of the men who lost their lives in the disaster to Submarine Al. Authenticated relics of the first Napoleon, a portion of his hair, the key of the room in which he was born, a fragment of wood from his coffin, &c., have been sold at Sotheby's for £20. Under a bill introduced in the House of Lords by Lord Donoughmore, any person wearing a colour- able imitation of a war medal or decoration, with intent to deceive, is liable to a fine of 420. Messrs. ff. IV. Martin and R. X. Cochrane left Liverpool on Saturday for Lai>os with the intention of starting a model fain> of 15,000 acres on behalf oftlw British Cotton tirowcrs' Association. In the battle of Colenso part of Jeremiah O'Leary's head was blown away. l'ut he lived to be charge! on Saturday at the South-Western Police-court with drunkenness, and was fined 20s.

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