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A NEW RUSSIAN SECT.

ANGLO-GERMAN RELATIONS.

THE ARMY ESTIMATES.

EDUCATION CONTROL.

THE NIGERIAN RISING.

IMPORTATION OF LIVE CATTLE.

HYPOCRITICAL BIGAMIST.'

EYE SPECIALIST'S PAMPHLETS.

ESCAPE FROM GIPSIES. E.

BABY DROWNED BY BABY,

MIDNIGHT rUNTING TRAGEDY.

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DEATH OF GENERAL GATACRE.

A STORY OF PARNELL.

BLACK AND WHITE IN AFRICA.

-= GRA YE CHARGE AGAINST A…

DEATH OF MR. F. J-. HORNIMAN.I

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THE KING IN TRANCE.

FIRE AT A BALL.

SHARING THE BOOTY.

EXPELLED UNDER THE ALIENS…

SWALLOWED A NAIL.

CHARGE AGAINST A SHIPOWNER.

A RAILWAY TRAGEDY.

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A RAILWAY TRAGEDY. An inquiry was opened on Saturday at AI- brighton Station with regard to the death of W. E. Currall. formerly a butler employed by the Rev. W. A. Sherringham at Donnington Rectory, near Albrighton, and who was killed by being run over by the Zulu express on Thursday night on the Great Western Railway near Al- brighton. Edwin Baglin, coachman, gave evi- dence as to the deceased acting as butleis at Don- nington Rectorv. and said he afterwards went to take service with Ladv Pryce Jones at Newtown, Wales. Witness could not account for tne de- ceased being in the localit.v of Albrighton unless he had returned to visit some friends. William Love, the driver of the Zulu express, said that after thev had passed Albrighton he heard some- thing the matter with the machinery, and. mak- ing an examination, he found that- a man's hat and stick had been picked up by the mechanism. He had no idea that the engine had struck any- thing until the vacuum brake failed to act. Wit- ness reported the circumstances, and a search party went down the line. and found the body. The inquest was adjourned.

INSANE MOTHER'S DEED.

"FOR LADIES ONLY."

HOSPITALS AND OUT-PATIENTS.

PARIS CANAL MYSTERY.

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FACTS AN& fancies.

AMERICAN HCMOUR. "

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