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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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LAWLESSNESS IN THE CHURCB.

DEATH OF DR. BERRY.

FOUR SOLDIERS DROWNED.

FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION.

LADY ABERDEEN AND WOMEN WORKERS.

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Two THOUSAND delegates attended the meeting of the United Irish League at Claremorris, where Mr. W. O'Brien was the principal spokesman. The League has a programme of nine planks, which in- clude full national self-government," the abolition of landlordism by compulsory sale-at whose expense ?-the suppression of famine by compulsory purchase of grazing land in Connaught, acre allot- ments—but no cow-and, lastly, preservation of the Gaelic as the living language." AN interesting and praiseworthy scheme has been devised to familiarise the children of London with plants and flowers. A fortnightly box of specimens will be sent to 120 schools, and the School Board will appoint a working gardener to fill the boxes as req,uisitioned by the teachers.

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