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6,000 Miles "To See Auntie."

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6,000 Miles "To See Auntie." One of the passengers by the Canadian Pacific Railway mail steamer Empress of Britain," which arrived at Liverpool on Saturday, was a boy of ten who had travelled unaccompanied from Vancouver, British Columbia. to his auntie in '0 11 1 Manchester." The lad, Francis Appleyard by name, arrived none the worse for his journey except for a decided bjack eye. This lie had acquired in an encounter with some youngsters on board, but he proudly boasted that the enemy had not passed unscathed. He had given them, he said, sore heads." The boy, of course, re- ceived every attention and care at the hands of the officials on board.

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