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TO THE 'OTHER WORLDLY.'

AN APRIL DAY.-I

DON'T NAG.

♦-YOUNG APRIL.

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St Dogmael's and its Abbey

Cymru Fu.

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IMAULED BY TIGERSL--,

BLOWN OUT TO SEA.

DEATH OF LADY MARY DOUGLAS.

REVENUE OFFICERS BAFFLED.

CRIMINALS' FINGER PRINTS.

RESULT OF THE Y,12,000 ROBBERY.

THE SULTAN'S NEW YACHT.]

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The Rev. R. M. Spoor, of London, was seized with illness while conducting the morning service on Sunday at Grace Hill Wesleyan Church, Folke- stone, and died during the afternoon. The fear of becoming an inmate of a lunatic asylum caused Mr. Hart, a merchant, of Crouch Hill, to shoot himself. He wrote a most pathetic letter to his wife. Labourers who contemplate emigrating to Canada are warned that they should have money and experience. Another attempt to liberate the Princess Louise of Saxe-Coburg from the asylum where she is kept prisoner has faited. A Mormon conference has been held at the Finsbury Town Hall, London. It was stated that there were 5,000 Latter-day Saints in England, 500 of whom were ia London. A Bristol youth, living in straitened circum- j stances, has suddenly become the possessor of a ft fortune of £ 10,000 a-year. I

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