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..CURRENT SPORT. v -

DAMAGE BY THE GALE.

MURDER AT BRENTFORL.

"L ICLOSING OF RALATON" PITS.…

- PROFESSOR BRYCE ON SOUTH…

- ACCIDENT TO ROCHESTER-BRIDGE.

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AN OLD RAILWAY MAN'.

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AN OLD RAILWAY MAN'. The death occurred on Saturday morning of one of the oldest serva-its of the Brighton Railway Com- pany, Mr. Henry Anscombe, Jor over 22 years superintendent of the Brglvoa Station. Mr. Anscombe had been ill the service of the Brighton Companv since 1847. In his tirit year of duty he was knocked down by a train, and had both his legs broken. Before going to Brighton he was superin- tendent at Loudoii bridg- tation.

hRHEST AND DEATH.

. TIC THE VENEZUELAN QUESTION.

A SOLDIER'S SUIOIOK.

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FORTY-THREE PRISONERS MURDERED…

-e-_ THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE.

, PRISONERS AS WITNESSES.I

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I OUR PRECIOUS SKIN.

CURRENCY REFORMS.

NOT MADE IN HEAVEN.

HUMOURS OF RUGBY FOOTBALL.

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2!!M-ST. GEORGE'S ELECTION…

THE EMPRESS'S EDICT.

IIE REMAINED AN ENGLISHMAN.

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EGYPT AND THE SOTJPAN.

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