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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. I

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WORK AND WORKERS.

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Siv.urnts of Glasgow University Tj.ive ap- pealed to the Senators to make ihe wearing of the gcv. u and "trencher" compulsory. Isle of Y\ ithi disease has killed all the honey bees at. Stalhinn. Norfolk, and the outbreak is spreading to the adjacent villages. Ow;ng to the great developments of the Thureroft Colliery, near Brampton-en-le-Mor- then. a new school and 4CO houses are to be built. Edward Finn, an inspector on the South- E.-storn and <atham Railway, was knocked (lawn sin) kii'cd by a train in Strood tunnel on Saturday. At a OK v II'ng of the Leeds Watch Committee it was stated that the e;rimate for police pur- poses would b* exceeded by the sum of £ 24,170, owiij.ir to the recent sti'kes. Fifteen hundred worker? have been thrown idle as ?. result of a fire at the Scottish Co- operative boot factory at Glasgow on Saturday. The damage is estimated at JG30.000. For giving a false answer when being attested as R recruit for the Royal Fusiliers, a labourer, ng-ed nineteen, was sentenced at West Ham on Saturday to ten days' imprisonment. Damage estimated at t,10,000 was done by a fire on Saturday at the works of Messrs. Clifton and Baird, a Johnstone engineering firm. The worlds were -ira^ti'-ally destroyed. vne ot & tlock ot wood pigeons which was shot in a newly-sown pea-field at Henham, Suffolk, was found to have 210 peas and a number of beans in its crop. The first meeting of the Archbishop's Commit- tee on Church and State took place on Satur- day at Lambeth Palace. Twenty-one. out of the twenty-six members were present. Sir John Lonsdale, M.P. for Mid Armagh, is confined to his room with a severe attack of gas- tritis, and will be unable to attend to his politi- cal engagements for some weeks to come. The 3rd Yarmouth Troop of Boy Scouts, under the direction of Miss Russell, the only lady Scoutmaster in the town, have transformed a stonemason's workshop into their headquarters. Frederick Smith, aged nine, Lindley, Hud- dersfield, died in the Royal Infirmary at Iluddersfield on Saturday from injuries received when he ran into and was knocked down by a motor-cir.

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I AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

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RBVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

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