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ICEFLOE TRAGEDY.

ANOTHER DISASTER FEARED.

OLD PARR'S COTTAGE,

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FOR THE THIRD TIME,

LONDON'S ELECTORATE.

DEATH OF MRS. HUXLEY.

AN INSURANCE QUESTION.

BARONET SHOT DEAD.'

. - - -CHILD'S TRAGIC DISCOVERY.

NAVAL STOKERS SCALDED.

MADONNA ROBBED OF CROWN.

-MILL HANDS AND MILITANTS.

- I , I-, , ' K FAVS IN A…

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BEACHY HEAD TRAGEDY.

TRAGEDY OF A TRAIN DOOR.

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TRAGEDY OF A TRAIN DOOR. As a Great Central train was travelling to- wards Barnby Dun, near Doncaster, on Saturday night, a boy, three years of age, son of a man named Gibbons, belonging to Keadby, fell from it on to the line, and was instantly killed. The child was with his mother, travelling from Manchester to Kead- by, and was standing on the seat of a compart- ment. From some unaccountable reason the carriage door flew open, and the child fell out before it could be saved.

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THE EASTER FESTIVAL.

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UNDET I- C T I- D C [t I .¡…

DROWNED SEA SCOUTS.

NAVAL SPY SENTENCED.

PSY(HiC PHOTOGRAPHY.

ANCIENT JEWISH CAPITAL.

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