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AGRICULTURE. --+--

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A NEW ARTESIAN WELL.

—■————■r THE FENIÅN TRIALS.

SHOCKING MURDER NEAR LANCASTER.

........--THE PEABODY FUND.—-REPORT…

THE X 2,5 0 0 BREACH OF PROMISE…

:FACTS AND F ACETI''

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Impudent Street Robbery.—An emaciated, half-starved looking elderly man, who gave the name of William Clark, and stated that he had neither home nor occupation, was charged at the Wands- worth Police-court with stealing a watch.—Joseph Jeppridge, a labourer, stated that on Friday evening he stopped on the Wandle-bridge, High-street, Wandsworth, to take out hia watch, which had stopped, as he intended to pledge it and to buy a pair of boots with the money. He wound the watch np, and was about to put it into his pocket, when the prisoner snatched it out of his hand and ran away. The watch was attached to a guard; whieh was broken by the foroe of the pull. Witness chased the prisoner, and on catching him he asked him to return bis watch, but he refused before a policeman came. An officer came up, and took the prisoner in charge. The watch was found in his hand. Witness never saw him before. Mr. Dayman: Is the prisoner known p- Sergeant' Dudley (who took him into custody): No- thing is known of him. I believe he is a tramp. He said he slept in the union last night. Mr. Dayman (to the prisoner): Have you anything to say ?—Prisoner: No, sir.—Mr. Dayman: You are remanded for a week. -The prisoner was then locked up in the cells.