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SARAH BERNHARDT'S ACTIVITY.

WHEAT CROPS OF THE WORLD.

ITHE BOERS AS SHOOTERS.

BLACK SEA NAVAL SCANDAL.

WARNING TO LAMP-USERS.

A GIANT GAS ENGINE.

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FUTURE PRICE OF IRON.

A BRITISH EMBASSY'S TABLE…

THE "SIX-TOE HIGGINSES."

DANCING AT THE PAJUS IEXHIBITION.

MAITRES LABORI AND DEMANGE.

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FEARLESS LONDON LADY.

A UNIQUE MOUNTAIN TOWN.

INSURANCE COMPANIES AND !…

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THE case is mentioned in a Chinese paper of a native, aged 40, who has married and divorced 35 wives and is now married to the 36th. He was first married at 18, and the reason assigned for this ex- traordinary example of inconsistency is that he has a younger sister of extremely jealous and rancorous disposition, who, from the moment taat a bride enters the house, institutes a system of persecution, which soon drives the unhappy woman to ask her husband tor a divorce. THE venerable Princess Clementine of Saxe- Coburg-Gotba, who came over to Kngland for the purpose of attending the wedding of her great-niece, Princesse lsabelle de trance, is a daughter of Louis Philippe, King of the French, who made his home in England after the Revolution of 1848. In spite of her great age (83). she is remarkably strong, both in mind and body, and (says the Lady) she looked regal at the Royal wedding in a beaut iful gown of rich purple velvet, trimmed with rare old laca. She was leaning upon the arm of her son, Prince Philip, during the ceremony, and he accompanied her back to Vienna a day or two after the wedding.

RECENT SHIPPING CASUALTIES.

! ANOTHER GOLD COUNTRY.

i |MEASURING EARTHQUAKES.

" ROPEDON MOUNT KENIA.

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