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OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

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; NEWS NOTES.

FRANK BUCKLAND'S FISH MUSEUM.

A MILLIARD MINUTES.

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A LONG-SUFFERING WIFE.

THE CYCLE IN WAR. I

"EVERY MAN HIS OWN LANDLORD."

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CULTURED FILIPINOS.

TELEPHONE GIRLS AND INFLUENZA.

A HOME FOR JACK.

FIGHTING FIRES IN "SKY-I SCRAPERS."

STATUES OF SCOTCH WORTHIES.I

- HOW TO BE HAPPY THOUGH MARRIED.

GLADSTONE 'PARK.''

AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVES FOR SWEDEN.

TEETOTAL MAYORS.

GREAT FIRE IN NEW YORK.

NORTH NORFOLK ELECTION.

POISONING AT WATFORD.

IA MISSING CLERGYMAN.

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BRAVERY REWARDED.

DEATH IN CHAPEL.

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DEATH IN CHAPEL. A painful sensation was caused at Nantwich on Sunday by the sudden death in a Wesleyan chapel of Mr. Samuel Bourne, a well-known Cheshire farmer. At the close of the morning service, whilst the con- gregation were leaving, a worshipper saluted Mr. Bourije with the remark, Well, friend Bourne, how are you this morning ?" and offered to shake hands. Mr. Bourne immediately fell back and expired. Deceased was the oldest farmer on Lord Kilmorey's Cheshire estate.

MR. WALTER LONG AT TROWBRIDGE.

THE BIDDENDEN TRAGEDY.

THE CLOUDED LEOPARD.

A NEW SATELLITE OF SATURN.

COMPULSORY BALLOT FOR THE…

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LION TAMER MAULED.

HAYDN'S BIRTHPLACE BURNED.

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