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THE RHYDONEN CASE.

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----I AN IRISH UNIVERSITY.

INVESTITURE AT OSBORNE.

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ITHE LEADERSHIP OF THEI LIBERAL…

FUNERAL OF MRS. PARKER.

-."1! ANOTHER PEERAGE DISPUTED.

CHAMBERS OF AGRICULTURE.

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A GANG of platelayers while engaged on Monday morning making alteral ions to the Great Northern line at Peacock's-bridge, near Peterborough, were run into by an express, two of their number being knocked down and terribly mutilated. A MASS meeting on Monday night of the Royal Army Clothing Department Employes' Union, at which Mr. Keir Hardie was the chief speaker, passed a motion expressing indignation at the low rate of wages paid to the men employed in the clothing factory, and calling upon the Government to put into force the model employer resolution of 1803. The wages at the factory were said to run from 19s. to 24s. a week. AT the Rhondda Police-court the manager of the Pandy pit was fined on Monday £ 20 and costs for not providing manholes for workmen. AT Swansea Rhys Davies has been remanded on a charge of murder. It was alleged that prisoner had carried the body of his victim in a sack. No further development had, up to the receipt of this brief report, taken place in the matter of the robbery at, Parr's Bank in London. It is now taken for granted that the ttleft was committed by someone connected with the place, and revenge is suggested as the motive. THE death is announced, from heart disease, of Mr. Harry Bates, A.R.A., the well-known sculptor. IN the Probate Division application was made on Monday to presume the death of Sir A. C. Curtis, Bart., who went early last year to Klondyke, and left his party—in consequence of a quarrel—on June 10, when they were 50 miles from the nearest inhabited place. Search was made, but proved unavailing. The application was eranted.

LAWLESSNESS IN THE CHURCB.

DEATH OF DR. BERRY.

FOUR SOLDIERS DROWNED.

FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION.

LADY ABERDEEN AND WOMEN WORKERS.

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