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CARDIFF-BOUND SCHOONER ABANDONED.

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Sudden Death of Mr * Luard,…

| ILLNESS OF MR GLADSTONE.

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-The Penistone Railway Accident.

I The Nile Expedition.

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I The Nile Expedition. OFFICIAL DESPATCH FROM I LORD WOLSELEY, The Press Association has received a copy of the following telegram from the War Office From General Lord Wolseley to the Secretary of State for War. KORTI, Sunday, 3,30 p. m. Yesterday the Stafford Regiment rowed safely up the so-called Cataract of Gerendid, and are now camped at Hamdab. Will soon have force there ready for advance into Monastir country. All going on well. [REUTER'S TELEGRAM.] CAIRO, Saturday.—Lieutenant-General Sir I'. Stephenson left Suakim this morning, and is ex- pected to arrive here on the 7th. [ TIMES TELEGRAM.] SCAKIM, bunday.— Col. Chermside has gone to Massowah. It is reported that excitement and alarm prevail in Osman Digna's camp at the ad- vance of the English forces on the Nile. [" DAILY CHRONICLE TKLEGBAJT.J VIENNA, Sunday.—Inlormation received here from Egypt states that the Mudir of Don- g-01a. has telegraphed that some Catholic missionaries are still prisoners of the Mahdi at El Obeid. It is also stated that Lord Wolselcy, when in Dongola, invited two prominent sheikhs to try and induce the Mahdi to liberate his captives. KORTI, Sunday.—General Earle left here at mid-day for Merawi, on board one of the steam launches. Another troop of Hussars went up the river early to-day.

IThe French in China.

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THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION.

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