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"BEYOND THESE TEARS."

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"BEYOND THESE TEARS." A pathetic story was told at a Poplar inquiry into the death of Mrs. Margaret Bobbins. Mrs. Robbins and her- husband separated four years ago, and she had. not seen him since, although she received an allowance from him. She becar e ill, and from then her thoughts were constantly about her husband. She often spoke of him and expressed her anxiety to see him once more litit evidently the remembrance of former disagreements k-pt her from taking any ist-el) towards At length, however, she asked her landlady to send for her httsbastwl, arid a messenger h-T--ied to his house. Time passed, but her 11sband did not come. "I suppose he will not con the dying woman murni-ured asshe Hstened to footsteps approach- ing and passing the house. "Never mind," she said pathetically fco her landlady, when lie had abandoned all hope, j "Turn down the light/* As the landlady was lowering the light Mrs. Robbins died. A moment later the husband knocked at the door.

FIRST CLASS LAW.

DEATH IN THE RING. ——

BEQUESTS TO COCKATOO.

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BURGLAR IN A BEDROOM.

CAPITALIST PENSIONERS.

THEATRE BURNT DOWN.

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