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THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS. DEATH OF A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN. Dr. Hall, physician, father of Mr. Marshall Hall, barrister, died at Brighton yesterday, aged 85. KILLED ON THE LINE. A man named Barmaid was cut to pieces by a train at Shoreham yesterday. FATAL TRAP ACCIDENT. Mr. O. R. Brake, a farmer, was thrown from his trap and killed near Yeovil, last night. INDISPOSITION OF A BISHOP. The Bishop of Durham writes to his clergy that his health has broken down, and that he has been ordered two months' complete rest. RAILWAY DIVIDEND. The directors of the Caledonian Railway met to-day and resolved to recommend, subject to final audit, a dividend on the ordinary stock at the rate of £5 5s. per cent. per annum, carrying over about £15,350. COURT MARTIAL AT SHEERNESS. SEVERE SENTENCE. A Court Martial assembled at Sheerness to-day for the trial of James Salisbury, first- class boy of the Jupiter, who was charged with being absent without leave, using in- sulting language, and striking Captain Macleod, of the Jupiter, on August 26th. The court ordered him to receive 24 cuts with the birch, to be dismissed from the service, and to undergo 18 months' imprisonment with hard labour, the birching to take place in the presence of the boys of the Jupiter.

THE VACANCY IN EAST DENBIGHSHIRE.

THE INDIAN FRONTIER RISINGS.

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