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. PRINCE OSCAR OF SWEDEN'S

BOULANGER CASHIERED.

THE HON. R. A. PERCY NORTH.

' GERMANY'S FOHEIGN RELATIONS.…

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THE Geifral Court of the Governors of Gl1\"g lio.S pitat in London has sanctioned the erection of a resi- dential medical college upon a site immediately ad- joining the hospital It is proposed that the sum required for this purpose, estimated at should be raised by private subscription an-.ong tht) governors, the medical staff, the lecti.Y'vs ar,\ teachers in the medical school of Guy's Ho-,pi their friends. The Special Appeal Fund lately raised, and which is only available for purely hospital pur- poses, now amounts to £ 85.000. TITHB audits have been held on behalf of the Ecc lc- siastical Commissioners and the Vicar of Whitford, Flintshire, where the military were recently employ wi assisting in the collection of arrears of tithe. Tho appeal of the farmers for an abatement of 15 per cent. had been refused, and the league recommende.-j the farmers to abstain from payment. Consequently, only a few shillings were paid during tho day out I a total of several hundred pounds. Members of tL" league watched the office where the receivers ?a- WOMEN are invading a new field of knowledge in Russia. One lady, for example, Ivladame Golout/ov, has selected the mountains of Tounka as her special field of study, and has investigated the topography and geological formation of the region, with the result that lUiss an geographers have now more detailed and elaborate information as to the physical features of this part of Asiatic Russia than they have ever before had. WE had been brutes without woman. So tn« poet Otway tells us. But he, of course, didn't know the modern edition of the sex. At Cardiff Assizes a case of immorality was being tried which was full ol l!.o tno-r. repulsive and nauseating details. The judg« pvouu ovdered every lady to leave the court. > :,i[i,be; s were discovered in the corridor•— :1' I- .e< it.Hi —li»*v„msr iiiM-nt'y. inst 1, ::<<. ;H. j. ouiuw. to all th. U.->gustiag wcuk-^u Ixj'm relui-i L-y the witnesses.

THE NEW BURIALS BILL.

TERRIBLE DISASTER.

j ST. PATRICK'S DAY.

HOMES OF THE POOR.

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MR. GLADSTONE'S IRISH

FATAL RIOTS AT ARLES.

THE ANTI-VACCINATORS.

EDUCATE THE FARMER. ý '

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