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. ORIGIN OF THE WKEPINO-WII.I.OW.

DEATH CUSTOMS OF THE KLONDIKE…

. LESSONS FROM THE nEES.

SIR H. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN

EDUCATION AND AGRICULTURE.

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A widow named Fanny Yarwood, after being- intercepted in an attempt to commit suicide on the railway, jumped into the Iliver Weaver at Leftwich. A man named Brown gallantly plunged in to the rescue, but the woman struggled so violently that he was compelled to loose her and she was drowned. It is understood that strong efforts are being made by the friends of Lieutenant G. Witton (ru w undergoing life penal servitude at Portland) to obtain his release. Orders have been issued for the cruiser Severn to pay off at Chatham on January 14th and trans-fer her crew to the Mersey, which becomes the guard- ship at Harwich.

PERSONAL INJURIES AT FIRES.

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New Year.

-The Race of Life.

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CARDIGANSHIRE IN 1808

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TULIP MANIA.

.0 A LAND WITHOUT ANIMALS.

A CITY OF SALT.

.. NAMING THR BABY.

HOW SAVAGES HUNT THE LION.

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DESERTED BABIES.

UNDER THE MISTLETOE.

EXTENSIVE CYCLE THEFTS.

SAD RELIGIOUS TRAGEDY. S

A KLONDIKE CONFLAGRATION.