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UNIVERSITIES ELECTION RESULT.…

A LONDON NIGHT CLUB.

. A JEW'S BAD BARGAIN.

. "BECAUSE I LOVED HER."

UNAVAILING SIGNALS.

IDOG IN POSSESSION.

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I DOG IN POSSESSION. j The story of a poultry farm which, it wa# J said, had only a dog in possession, was toh# ) in the High Court on Monday when -Mr,,I, j Emily Skelton, of Thundersley, Essex, sought to regain 'possession of Woodsid# 'Cottage, a poultry farm in the occupation of a gentleman named Smith. The cottage, it was said, was let to a Mf* Cook, who sublet it to Mr. Smith, the d' ."fendant. The rent was £ 11 a year, and th# December rent. was paid by Mr. F-siifh sell-" ing a. pig to Mrs. Skelton's brother. The pig fetched more than the quarter's rent, 'ail Mis. Skelton paid the balance to btr. t Smith. After coiintv court proceedings, said? counsel, the defendant left the cottage iff charge of a dog, and as the place went toe rack and ruin Mrs. Skelton applied to tlt I magistrates under the Deserted Tenement# j Act. They decided that the dog was in po#» i session, and the premises were not deserted* j and the dog remained in possession. -Pro* I eeedings were then begun in the High j Court, After hearing the defendant, Mr. Justic# I Channell gave judgment for the plaintiff, with one year's rent. I +

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A CHILD'S PINAFORE. -

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NECESSITY OF FIREGUARDS.

. A COSTLY MISTAKE.

NECESSITY OF FIREGUARDS.