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DISPUTE ABOUT A HOLYWELL HOTEL.…

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CURRENT POLITICS.

THE LATE BROTHER PRINCE.

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A FIREMAN BURNED TO DEATH.

THE FRENCH AMBASSADOR ON PEACE.

FEMALE ARTISTS.

BARKING DISASTER.

SENTENCE ON "HARRY THE VALET."

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SENTENCE ON "HARRY THE VALET." At the County of London Sessions, before Mr. MeConnell, Q.C., Chairman, sitting at Clerkenwell. Villiam Johnson. 46, alias Harry the Valet," the .¡¡.n who pleaded "Guilty" last sessions to an in- hctment, for having in his possession certain stolen from the Dowager Duchess of Sutherland a,t Paris in October last, was brought up on Wednesday for sentence. Mr. R. D. Muir, who appeared for the prosecution on behalf of the Treasury, reminded the Court that sentence had been nostponed in the hope that the prisoner might .;ive some information which would lead to the "peovery of the rest of the stolen property. Only ''4000 or E5000 worth had been found in the pri- soner's possession out of at least £ 25.000 worth stolen altogether, and it could not be discovered what he had done with the rest. He had been seen by detectives since his trial, but he persistently refused I to give any information. Mr. McConnell sentenced the prisoner to seven years' penal servitude. On the application of Mr. Grain, who appeared for the Dowager Duchess of Sutherland, it was ordered that R.320 found upon the prisoner should be given to her.

THE GORDON MEMORIAL COLLEGE.

IN A STORM ON HELVELLYN.

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AFRICAN FIGHTING,

MAJOR MACDONALDS REPORT.

I OLD-AGE PENSIONS.

EXCESSIVE IMPORTS.

MR. LEOPOLD DE ROTHSCHILD…

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