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IOtTIt LONDON LETTEB. ----c:---

SEAMEN'S TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.…

PIT-CAGE ACCIDENT.

WHITECHAPEL POVERTY.

WAITER'S LEGACY STOLEN.

SLATE CLUB SENSATION.

POST OFFICE WASHED AWAY.

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111'^miM-I A VICAR'S SUICIDE.

THE LAST BOTTLE.

BELFAST OFFICE TRAGEDY.

FOUR LOST IN COLLISION.

LADY'S REMARKABLE ESCAPE.

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Immigrants into Canada from April to Novem- ber inclusive numbered 150,256, as compared with 116.596 during the corresponding period of last year. Immigration from the United States increased by 68 per cent. For snowballing in the public road Leslie Roberts, an undergraduate of Birmingham Uni- versity, and three students named Bernard Button, Alfred Button, and Thomas Anson, were fined 5s. each. The New South Wales Government statis-' tician estimates the wheat yield at 25,500,000 bushels, exceeding last year's production by 10,000,000 bushels,, and leaving between 13 and 14 million bushels available for export. The Lowestoft barqnentine Albatross has been wrecked on, the Haisborough Sands. The crew were rescued by the Cromer lifeboat, with the exception of one man. Mr, William Sopeon Peppercorn, secretary to the Great Eastern Railway Company, will retire at the end of the present year after thirty years' service, and will be succeeded by Mr. PowilJ Lomas, who was an official of the Norfolk Rail- way before it was Absorbed by the Greafl lMlQ i