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SANTA CLAUS TRAGEDY.

LAW GUARANTEE'S LOSSES.

rOUR LONDON LETTER. ,.

CAT, KITTEN AND CANARY RESCUED.

BURGLAR'S HOT RECEPTION.

IN THE LINE QF FIRE.

NO .NEW YEAR HONOURS. /-:.,.,'

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NO DAMAGES FOR INJURIES.

CHURCH CONGREGATION STRIKE.

PERILS OF NIGER TO NILE JOURNEY…

PATHETIC FAREWELL LETTER.

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PATHETIC FAREWELL LETTER. A respectably-dressed man, about thirty years of age, was observed walking up and down the towpath of the River Lea, at Lower Clapton. Later his dead body was recovered from the water near Stannard's boathouse. In his pocket was found a letter, addressed to a woman at Poplar, in the following terms: Dear -Cannot live any longer. Life unbearable, go I am ending my unhappy" lif. in the rivef. I have tried hard to get well, as you know, but to no good. I don't want you to let this worry you, but take it as calm as you can. My insurance is paid-right up. and don't go to much expense. I know when I am gone I will have a littlo peace—more than I am having now. Don't think too hard of me, as I think it is for the best. So good-bye.—From your unfortunate brother, P.1S.—Kiss and the baby for My last thoughts are of ——

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