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THE PRUSSIAN BUDGET.

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ANOTHER GREAT JEWELLERY BOB-BERY…

FALL OF TWO HOUSES IN CHANDOS-STREET,…

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— » f Workmen's Strikes in France.-A strik the wood-turners and chair-makers of Lyons has <?. menced. The men earn from 3s. 91. to 5s. a day > reS. do not ask for an increase of pay, but for the SUPPaet- 8+0n ?• a ous^om> which, by an express or tacit an standing between the masters and men, has eX ^js- for a certain number of years. The men rjc, pensed from themselves bringing home their ^.pib but for that privilege a deduction of 3f. per 1)0 was made. Against this reduction they now Pr° and require that it should be discontinued. t f Fatal Accident to a Railway InspeC in- On Saturday, Mr. Payne, the City coroner, held **jDer, quiry respecting the death of Inspector George C«f. jjne aged 30 years, who was killed while walking on tatioll. from London bridge to the Spa-road railwa)r s t on Samuel Hubard, a railway shunter, said ,.ea £ el Wedesday evening, at 11.12 p.m., he saw the «v:jjg to- running along the platform at London-bridge, .y overtake the Greenwich train, on his way to h1 at Spa-road. He missed the train. An en41 named Kennett deposed that while he was df eased train from Greenwich to London he saw the ae train walking on the down North Kent line. An 70f tbe was expected, and the deceased was getting- ^jjess oI1 way of that, when a light engine that passed the road on the down line must have ceased. Mr. Cooley, surgeon, said that the head and body were frightfully injured. The rig ta- was ground to pieces, Death must have een 'n eri neous. The jury returned a verdict of A death."

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