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THE HEALTH OF MR GLADSTONE.

A BIGOTED VICAR. I

ATTEMPT TO MURDER ATI HULL.

THE UNDERGROUND RAILWAY EXPLOSION.

TIPPERARY ELECTION.I

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TIPPERARY ELECTION. I The Rebellion against MP Parnell. Mr Patrick a-Ryan, the candidate selected by the convention last week to represent Tipperary, writes The gathering' was duly convened and thoroughly representative. If a mistake has been made what guarantee has Tipp-^ary that it will not be repeated. But no mistake was made, and the cry now raised is a mere quibble. Whatever the result, the cry is disastrous. It impeaches and strikes a deadly blow at the Parliament of the people. The iaan who raises it is guilty of a, grave crime against his country." However, he adds, he is not a stormy petrel, and should there be a way honourable to himself and his supporters to bring about that union so vital to his country's interests, personal considerations would not in- fluence him a hair's breadth.—Mr Parnell is on his way to Thurles to preside at the convention there to-morrow.

I THE PROPOSED EGYPTIAN i…

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-----THE WEST AFRICAN CONFERENCE.

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The French in China.

PONDOLAND. I

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Death of the Bishop of London.

CARDIFF CORPORATION. I

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TO-DAY'S SPORTING.I

I SPORTING ITEMS. I I

i -CARDIFF. I

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