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THE WINDSOR MURDER.I

THE MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL.I

THE HEALTH OF MR rlIUN-DELLA,…

---LORD LONSDALE AND THE "…

THE REVOLT IN CAMBODIA. i

DEATH OF MR. J. P. SMYTH.

MR. BRADLAUGH, M.P., ONI TRADE…

EXTENSIVE FAILURE AT BRISTOL.

The Murder of a Sweet-heart.…

The Earthquake in Spain

ENGLAND, EGYPT, AND THE *…

ITALIAN COLONIAL POLICY.\

THE FLOODS IN ITALY. I

MR GLADSTONE AND PRINCE EDWARD.

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I!MR CYRIL FLOWER, M.P., AT…

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I MONEY MARKET.I

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TO-DAY'S SHIPPING. I

I I I A PORK BUTCHER AND HIS…

| . THE WELSH IN LONDON.

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ISPORTING ITEMS. I a

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I SPORTING ITEMS. I a Fred Archer's tour has taken a homeward turn, and he may be expected to return to England shortly. The assumed name of Mr G. Cleveland has been registered under the Rules of Racing nd Grand National Hunt. Mr Brown, the master of the Suffolk hounds, has tendered his resignation, but efforts are being made to indues him to continue his office. The American two-year-old colt Favor, by Pat Molloy—Favourite, by King Ernst, has just been sold to Messrs Morris and Patton, of Ken- tucky, for 12,000 dols. A telegram from Monaco states that the pros- pects of good attendances at the racing and shooting meetings there are less promising than has been the case in former years. The unfavourable weather prevailing on Satur- day put a stop to work at most of the training centres, and in those instances where the horses were able to get out nothing of importance was done. The billiard handicap promoted by Mr n. Top- ping, and played at tiie Victoria Club, termi- nated on Saturday evening. The four prize takers were Messrs J. Demetrius, H. Slowburn, jun., G. Lee, and A. Samuels, the two first-named contesting the final heat, which resulted in favour of Mr Demetrius. Her Hajcsty's Staghounds will meet to-day at Iver Heath, and the Great 'Western Railway Company will run a special train to Slough, leaving Paddington at 10.25 a.m. On Friday the meet will be at Wokingham, and a special train will run to Twyford, leaving Paddington at 9.40 a.iii. The East Kent foxhounds had a splendirl run on Saturday. The enjoyment of the sport was, however, marred by a serious accident to Mr Murrigan, a farmer residing at Moldash. Tie was desirous of proceeding to Shottenden, but his horse appears to have wanted to go homewards, and, unexpectedly turning round a slitri) threw its rider with great violence. Alighting upon his head, Mr Murrigan sustained severe in- juries, and was conveyed home in a critical state. Under careful medical treatment, however, there is now, soitio slight improvement in his condition. -3ID-1.

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TO-DAY'3 POLICE. I

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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS

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