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THE STRANDING OF THE S.S.…

-----THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.

JEWISH RIOTS IN RUSSIA.

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POLITICAL ITEMS. Writing to a correspondent with regard to the existing agricultural depression, Sir J. Lubhock, Bart., M.P., expresses sympathy with the state of things. "At the same time,' adds Sir John, I am disposed to doubt whether the adoption of free trade generally by America could benefit our manufacturers, as it would enable them to com- pete with us in other markets, which they cannot now da effectively." 1\1r. Paxnell, M.P., writing to a correspondent, expresses the opinion that powers should be given to some local elective authority to purchase land compulsorily, for the enlargement of hold- ings oi tenants who are situated all the Scotch crofters. Mr Somerville, the Conservative candidate for Glasgow, replying to Mr Bright's letter of Wed- nesday, reiterating his criticism of the former utterances concerning himself, says he merely stated facts. He considered it right that as the corn-law agitation was conducted upon philan- thropic motives, that the fact that it affected Mr Bright should be known. He did cot say Mr Bright did his best to ruin British farmers, but he maintained that the legislation in which Mr .Bright took a ptomiawtf J?aft WM4 the British farmer,

Death of a Surrey Hermit.

ISERIOUS FIRE AT KIRKALDY.I

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The Health of Mr Gladstone.…

The Earthquakesin Spain I

i—ii I AN AMERICAN LINER ASHORE.…

THE CONDEMNED IRISHMAN. I

. THE FRENCH IN MADAGASCAR.

------MR W. E. FORSTER ON…

IAlarming Explosion on the…

MONEY MARKET.I

TO-DAY'S MARKETS.

I TO-DAY'S SHIPPING.

I DISASTERS AT SEA.

CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.…

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TO-DAY'S POLICE. I

ANOTHER CHARGE AGAINST MRI…

-MARRIED IN HASTE AT CARDIFF

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SPORTING ITEMS.

-IMPORTANT CABINET COUNCIL.

I DR. PRICE'S CREMATION CASE.