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Finding a Needle in a Bundle of Hay."— Acow belongingw Mrs. Kent;. Diana-street, Newcastle, has escaped the danger of the cattle plague to come to its end in a. rather peculiar manner. The ani.mal had died suddenly in an unaccountable way, and en being subjected to a post mortem examination it vas found tbat a darning needle had got era bedded in hiE heart. The needle must have been swallowed wift its food, and. finding its way into the aorta caused mortification. "Drawing the Line" at the Blouse.-TLo Marseilles journal", mention that fears of a disturbance j were excited in that town three days back is conse- quence of the landlord of a. new cafe on the Gsnnt-biere refusing to admit to his establishment pen in the blouse usually worn by the working cles*# Such a regulation exists in the best of those establishments of Paris, but as democratic ideas universally prevail at Marseilles, and the workmen are genera'iy in easy cir- cumstances, the rule could never be ànforcad. The attempt made in the present instance ttcrac-jed an im- mense assemblage of the labouring slasses in lo- cality, and the authorities had to interfere to preserve order. Tb.9 proprietor, iB presenceOL -his dcaioasors.- tion, has withdrawn his unpopular regulation. Wreck in Carmarthen B^y.—During a strong- wind from N.W., a few days' since (says Captain Arengo Cross), intelligence wa3 received that a. ship was on shore on the Cefn Sidm Sands, about seven miles from this lifeboat station. The lifeboat of the National Lifeboat • Institution, named the City of -or, was thereupon at once launched and proceeded to the wreck. On arriving alongside it was found that the crew of seven were making preparations to leave the vessel in tbsir own boat, when the life- boat took them in W and brought them safely to land through a heavy ground sea. The vessel was a three-masted schooner, the Mary Roe, of Quebec, ¡ bound from Liverpool to Causo with salt and coale. 1 She is likely to beccme a total wreck.

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