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It was hinted at the ^rroy Quarter Sessions that prosecutions might be undertaken against the Automobile Association in connection with the employment of motor "scouts." The Bourse in Rome has been badly damaged by a gas explosion. Twelve people were injured, The Liverpool liner Mount Royal, from Lon- don to St. John, N.B.. was twelve days overdue on Wednesday, and serious fears are entertained regarding her safety. One thousand three hundred children of the Ragged School Union were feasted on Tuesday at the London Guildhall, and 6,8QO New Year hampers were despatched to crippled children. Some 932 lives were saved by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution's boats during the past year, and fo^y-diree vessels were saved from partial or total loss. A cat went to 6leep over the face of the infant daughter of Mr. Potter, of Matlock, and suffo- cated her. At the inquest the jury returned a verdict of accidental death. A Midland train came into collision with some empty coaches at Stockport Railway Station, on Tuesday, and the end coach, mounting the buffers, was pushed through the station roof. Cumberland county magistrates have decided to present a portrait of Mr. J. W, Lowther, the Speaker, to the county, in recognition of his ser- vices as chairman of quarter sessions. John Curchin, the South Lincolnshire her- miL," who lives in the fields and subsists largely on vegetation, has been sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment as an incorrigible rogue. Six girls were locked by an office boy in a fireproof and airtight room on the twelfth floor of a Chicago skyscraper. The boy found he could not reopen the door, and the girls were almost suffocated when help arrived. An elderly couple named James and Martha Carroll were found dead in their home at Hull on Tuesday. There were no signs of violence nor external mairks to indicate the cause of death. A middle-aged man named Kenny was foun6 on Tuesday on a hill near Rugby with his heal badly injured, the result of a fall from a bicycle. A doctor attended him and ho was taken in a cab to Rugby Hospital, but died before reaching there. Engineer-Lieutenant Browne Barrett has been sentenced by naval court-martiai at Portsmouth to lose three months' seniority, and was dis- missed from his ship, the Vengeance. He was charged with drunkenness on shore at Weymouth. The appeal of M. Gurko, formerly a^-if^unt to the Russian Minister of the Interior, wno v is found guilty of exceeding his official powers ja connection with the Lidval grain scai;da;->. r-.u dismissed from offiee last nionr.h, has been FY"

RACE RIOT IN CAROLINA

BABYLONIAN DISCOVERIES.

RAILWAY MISHAP AT STOCKPORT.

THE LAST LOAD.

DEATH OF A SCOTTISH WORTHY.

A FEMININE RAFFLE.

PENSIONS FOR RAILWAY STAFF

J EXPLOSION IN ROME, I-

NEWS OF KAID MACLEAN.

EPISCOPAL NEW YEAR LETTERS.

ENGLISH LADY FOUND DROWNED.

INVALID'S STARTLING ADVENTURE.1

ACCIDENT TO COUNT TOLSTOY.

A YEAR'S LIFEBOAT SERVICES.I

NAVAL PROMOTIONS. I

¡ BEQUESTS TO LONDON HOSPITALS.I

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ALLEGED MURDER OF A STEPMOTHER.

BARCELONA BOMB OUTRAGE. ——…

COLDS AND MENINGITIS.