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i nc lootn anniversary of the birth of Burns was colobratcd very generally on Saturday. Hereford teachers will come out on srrike at the end of the week. Thp award of the London County Council sil- ver medal for extraordinary bravery to Fireman udd. the h ro of the Knightsbridge flat lire, ha" been recommended. The Emigrants' Information Office stare that there is an over-supplv of mechanics and labourers in some parts of Canada. Two guests at a Lancaster Gate, London, boarding-house have btenr robbed of = £ 1,000 worth of jewellery by, it is believed, a young Frenchman. The fastest railway run last year was that of the North-Eastern Darlington and York ex- press. which covered 144 miles at the rate of 61'7 miles per hour. The will of Miss Kippen, by which Messrs. Redmond and Keir Hardie were to receive an estate of X10,000, has been upheld by the Court of S'^sion. Rumours to the contrary notwithstanding, the health of the Pope continues normal. It is con- jectured that new Cardinals will be elected at Consistory at Easter. Prince Victor Napoleon has received con- gratulatory telegrams on the birth of his son from the King of Italy, the Emperor of Austria, shq JEoiperor of Russia, and the KiDg of Spaia.

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