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A meeting presided over by the Bishop of the Diocese was held in Hereford on Monday evening to consider the subject of national education and Mr Forster's Bill. The Rex. W. R- Morrison attended as a deputation from the Manchester Educational Union. A resolution ap- proving of the general principle of the Bill, though not pledging itself to the details, was unanimously passed. A -pe- tition to the House of Commons in accordance with the resolutions was adopted. Early yesterday morning an accident happened to the down mail train on the London and North-Western Railway, at Marsden, near Huddersfield. In consequence of an error in the instructions given to a signalman, he turned the mail train on to the up line, where it ran into a luggage train. The stoker was seriously injured, «ight passengers were cut and bruised, but not seriously injured. The passengers were taken out of the train at Huddersfield, and the mail delayed an hour. An inquest on the murdered man, Mulling, was held in Dublin yesterday. There was no direct evidence impli- cating any one of the arrested persons. An open verdict was returned, "Four persons were detained on a charge of TV».n. /IaaJ ir» rt^iAaf/V. rrA r» S-*

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