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I BARON NORDENSKJOLD SAFE. News has been received in Berlin that the Swedish explorer Baron Erl,-ii(i jold, who was reported to have been killed by Indians in Bolivia (South America), escaped when the Indians killed his companion, John Berg. FIRE AT A KrXG'S PALACE. Excitement was caused in Copenhagen on Monday by an outbreak of fire on a roof above King Christian's apartment in the Christiansborg Castle (which is now nearly rebuilt after having been burnt down in 1834), but the flames were soon put out. I MISSING ENGLISH BOY FOUND. The eleven-year-old boy Douglas McCabc, the Birmingham boy at school at Argenteuil who was abducted from his home there by his tutor, M. Poelasi, has been found in an hotel at Amiens, having arrived in the town on Saturday evening. The tutor spent the night in the hotel, and on the following morn- ing disappeared. I FATAL FIGHT IN AN ENGLISH SHIP. An English sailor in the steamer BT-bara, named Ernest Pelham has been brought to prison in Naples on the charge of having killed a companion named John Fallman, of the same vessel, at Castellamere. Pelham de- clares that he acted in legitimate self-defence. I DAIRYMAIDS "DOWN PAILS." It was stated at Sleaford, May hiring fair that of girlte engaged for farmhouse work not one in fifty would undertake the dutv of min-, ing. Many stipulated for a weekly half- holidav ■■ ■■■ ♦

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