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Mr. Ole Erickson. a Miohigan banker, his wife, and eeverueen-year-old niece were killed at Menominee. Michigan, on Saturday, by a tra.n striking' their motor-car. With the lowering of the Union Jack at Canea, Crete, on Saturday afternoon, the occupation of the island by the British troops was formally terminated. During the last three months nearly 2,000 visitors from Canada- have registered their names at the offices of the High Commissioner for Canada in Victoria-street, London. A verdict of suicide during temporary insanity wae returned at Hoveringham at an inquest on James Payne, who was found in the Trent on the eve of his intended marriage. At Belfast Assizes twelve men were convicted of riot in connection with the recent disturb- ances, and were put baok for sentence. Albert Hill, twenty seven, traveller, of Blen- heim-street, Stratford, has been found dead on a seat on Clapham Common. A small bottle lay near him. Lord Cochrane, son of the Earl of Dundonald, has been fined £5 and ooets at Croydon for driving a motor-car without, a lioence at Mitoham. A carpenter namen: Garland, who, during a fit of coughing, swallowed several, nails he had m his mouth, is to undergo X-ray treatment at St. Thomas's Hospital. Mr. A. Franldyn (or Fr-Mklla), of Messrs. Freeborn, Franklin, and Co., stockbrokers, of Manchester, left personalty sworn at JBll3,245, and Mr. H. Cockshut, Edinburgh House, Brondesbury, a director of Walipaper Manufac- turers, Limited, £ 119,367.

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