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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.

I. ¡ J RARE BIRDS SHOT.

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RARE BIRDS SHOT. [I A few very rare birds have recently been seen in the eastern part OF England. Mr. William Howlett, an East Anglian writer on natural history topics, states that a pair of auks were shot recently on the Lark, about seven miles from Newmarket, while a pair of bitterns have, been seen disporting themselves on the same river. Two splendid specimens of the kingfisher, in beautiful plumage, and the northern diver, very rare birds on the Essex coast, have been shot by Mr. T. GREENWOOD, near Watton backwaters. A honey-buzzard has been shot by Mr. E. Moore, on his own grounds at Frampton Hall, near Boston, Lincolnshire. This bird was supposed to be extinct in England.

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KIPLING AS A JOURNALIST.

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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

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DEATH OF DR. CHALMERS.

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THE GERMAN EMPEROR'S VISIT.

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