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SAILOR'S STORY.

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NEWS NOTES.

COLLIERY FIRE.

MR. CHAPLIN ON VACCINATION.

BOILER EXPLOSION.

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MANY TONS OF PRODUCE LOST.

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MANY TONS OF PRODUCE LOST. One of the largest stack fires that has occurred in the neighbourhood of Chester for many years broke out at Cophouse Farm, on the Hawarden estate, tenanted by Mr. Geo. Lee, on Saturday night. Twenty-one stacks, comprising straw, oats, and hay, were destroyed. The spectacle was witnessed by hundreds of people from Chester walls, about three miles distant. The Chester and Sandycroft fire brigades saved a row of 13 other stacks in close proximity, and the farm buildings. One thousand I' tons of produce were destroyed, the damage, which is covered by insurance, being estimated at 3;2000.

I. ¡ J RARE BIRDS SHOT.

BIRMINGHAM FAT STOCK SHOW

THE MUCKROSS ESTATE.

KIPLING AS A JOURNALIST.

MISS MASSETS MOVEMENTS.

OUR " NATIONAL TRUST."

'ITHE QUEEN AS A COMFORTER.

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SAILORS' PERILS.

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MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S YOUTH.

THEATRE DESTROYED BY FIRE

HOW MONCRIEFFE WENT TO THE…

CHINESE MISSIONARY'S DIFFICULTY.

POST OFFICE TELEPHONES.

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GOT HER FEET WET.

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THE WATER-TIGER.

MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND IN THE…

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DEATH OF DR. CHALMERS.

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THE GERMAN EMPEROR'S VISIT.

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