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The rate at which the Zulu can travel upon emer gency is astonishing. Some will travel as much 111 fifty miles in six hours; eight miles an hour is ai ordinary pace. Gloves with thirty-two buttons are worn in Pari, for full dress, those with eighteen buttons being con sidered fit only for demi-toilet. Hearts may be attracted by assumed qualities, but the affections are only to be fixed by those which art real A CASE of love at first sight is reported from Alaska. A sergeant of the Marine Corps is about to lead to the altar the daughter of the Indian chief, Sitka Jack. The bride having paddled along- side the Alaska with her little canoe loaded with fish, the gallant sergeant was immediately smitten and fascinated. RICH deposits of gold have been discovered in various parts of Nova Scotia, where its existence has hitherto been scarcely suspected. The most important discovery made has been near Bannock- burn, in the township of Madoc, where a large nugget of gold of fine quality was recently found, and an extensive gold field is being opened out. Coal and Iron are also plentiful in the province. MARRIAGE OF WIDOWS IN INDIA.—An evidence of the advance of civilization in India will be found in the fact that a widow marriage was celebrated on May 5th, in Girgaum, under the auspices of the Widow Marriage Association. The bridegroom, Mr Dinkur Punt, is the head master of the Belgaum Girls' School, and is a Chitpavan by caste. He is about thirty-six years of age. The bride, Sakhoo Bai, who is only eighteen years of age, is a Des- basth by caste, and she lost her first husband when she was quite young. There was a goodly number of educated natives present at the wedding, and everything passed off quietly and well. It will in- terest our readers to know that this is the twenty- second widow-marriage on this side of India, the first having taken place in June, 1869. It is scarcely possible that "widows will hereafter be burned with the dead bodies of their husbands.

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FARMING AND THE CORN TRADE.

ECHOES FROM MY HARP.

THE BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL.

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IA CENTENARIAN.

MR. BRIGHT ON CANADIAN POLICY…

A HUMAN FIEND.

ON A RECENT MARRIAGE IN PONTYPOOL.…

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WOMEN AND TOBACCO.

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MORE COAL BASINS IN AMERICA.…

THE DUKE OF BEAUFORT AND MR.…

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THE SITUATION IN BURMAH.

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ALLEGED WHOLESALE BABY FARMING-FORTY…

SINGULAR CASE OF CONCEALMENT…

A LUCRATIVE CAREER.

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I .llJlE CAPTURE OF KING CETEWAYO.

WARLIKE PREPARATIONS IN IRELAND.

THE EUSTON SQUARE MYSTERY.

THE SYDNEY EXHIBITION.

iBRAVERY OF A SERVANT GIRL.

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