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THE TRIAL OF MADAME CLOVIS…

FHE ALLF-GED CORRUPT PRACTICES…

A COUNTY MAGISTRATE KILLED…

Remarkable Elopement - - d…

ISUICIDE OF A WELL-KNOWN SPORTSMAN.

SEARCH FOR MISSING TREASURE.

IA MINERS' CANDIDATE IN STAFFORDSHIRE.

ITHE ATTEMPTED MURDER AND…

I ENGLAND'S JEOLOUSY OF GERMAN…

FIENDISH ATROCITIES ON CHILDREN.

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The Earthquakes in Spain I,l,-

TIMBER YARD FIRE IN LONDON.…

I TO-DAY'S SHIPPING.

SUPPOSED ATTEMPT TO WRECK…

A STEAM LAUNCH SUNK IN ICOLLISION.

I THE DREDGER DISCOVERY AT…

--I FATAL ACCIDENT AT A CARDIFF…

-RAILWAY COLLISION IN SWITZERLAND.

'INEWPORT HARBOUR COM- I IMISSIONERS.

THE MIGONETTE TRAGEDY. I

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I TO-DAY'S POLICE.

f%..I Suicide of a Solicitor…

-T, THE FALSELY CALLED "REIGN…

VIOLENT ASSAULTS ON THE POLICE…

ENGLISH CALVINISTIC METHODISM…

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I MONEY MARKET.

i I TO-DAY'S MARKETS. I

RH0NDDA VALLEY CHAMBER OF…

THE INDISPOSITION OF MR GLADSTONE.

A SERVANT ATTEMPTING TO POISON…

! RESCUE BY A WESLH VESSEL.…

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RESCUE BY A WESLH VESSEL. I Recognition by the Japanese Government. Govern ment. The Board of Trade have received an intima- tion through the Foreign Office that tiie Japanese Government have awarded a red riband, medal, and a bronze vase to Captain Williams, and also f similar vase to Mr Sincock, master and chief officer respectively of the Merionethshire, in ap- preciation of the humanity and gallantry shown by them in rescuing the crew of a shipwrecked junk from imminent peril during a typhoon on the 15th September last. —

THE MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS.

I SPORTING ITEMS.

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THE CHANNEL SQUADRON. * \J