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THE FATALITY IN THE HUNTING-FiELD.

DR. PRICE AND HIS CREMATION…

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PRINCE EDWARD OF WALES. I

ILLNESS OF MR MUNDELLA.

THE CLERICAL SCANDAL AT PRESTEIGN.

-THE FLAT HOLMS AS A CHOLERA…

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THE FLAT HOLMS AS A CHOLERA DEPOT. On Thursday, at the meeting of the sanitary committee, Bristol, a discussion took place rela- tive to having a. cholera hospital on the Fiat Holm. The secretary to the docks committee wrote Of the suggested sites it seemed to the committee that the Flat Holm would pro- bably be found to be most convenient for the purposes of this port, especially as the expenses thereof might probably be shared by the Cardiff port authority, who have already established a cholera depot in the vicinity." The engineer of the docks committee wrote saying The Cardiff authorities have, I believe, some sort of accommodation of the required character at the Flat Holm. It might, therefore, be well to make some inquiries as to the arrangements under which the present hos- pital was established and is maintained, and as to whether or not there is any possibility of an amalgamation for the purpose intended between Bristol and Cardiff. Dr. Blaxall (port inspector under the Local Government Board) had an interview with the sanitary committee, and he said that the Flat Holm was 15 miles from Avonmouth, and would be inconvenient for Bristol. The committee decided to inform the docks committee of the opinion of Djr. Blaxall, and stated that Avonmouth would be a better site for a cholera hospitsd, and await their reply-

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-_u._--=-The Nile Expedition.…

ITHE NICARAGUA CANAL. j

-I FORGERY ON THE BANK OF…

FRENCH INTENTIONS IN CHINA.1

JAPAN AND THE COREA I REBELLION.…

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