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A VICAR FINED FOR CRUELTY

" GETTINCTUP A LITTLE SENSATION."

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GETTINCTUP A LITTLE SENSATION." At the Hammersmith Police Courb, Daniel O'Keefe has been re-examined on the charge of at- tempting to commit suicide by swallowing poison in Earl's-court-road, Kensington. When before the magistrate on the last occasion the prisoner said it was a casoof the priest and the family," his sister, who was willing to assist him, being prevented. He was remanded for the attendance of the priest. -The Rev. Father Hogan, of Homerton, now at- tended and said he had known the prisoner since 1874. He had two sisters, and had caused them great trouble, especially one. He had attempted suicide on other occasions, for the purpose, as they believed of getting up a little sensation. Once he threatened to commit suicide on his (the witness's) doorstep, because he said he had prevented him from seeing his sister, but she refused to have anything to do with him.—Mr. Paget, in discharging the prlsober said if he continued playing that trick he would probably do it effectually.

,,-THE PU8LIC HEALTH

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FROM CITY COltRESPONDENTS.

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DISASTROUS STEAMER EXPLOSION.

VACCINATION EXTRAORDINARY.

THE BARNSLEY MURDER.

EMBEZZLEMENT BY A COLLECTOR.

CRUELTY BY A FATHER IN LIVERPOOL.

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rORTYPKlDD LOCAL BOARD.

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PONTYPliIDD BOARD OF GUARDIANS…

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY ir TREORKY.¡…

A RAID UPON VACCINATION OFFICERS.…

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