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OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.…

NEWS NOTES.

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I HOW COLLIERS WORK.I

I MR. TOM NICKALLS'S WILL.…

; GOLD-SEEKERS' TERRIBLE FATE.…

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THE Q UEEN'S KEYIEW AT ALDEIiSHOT.

I AN IDEAL DRINK. I

IPEERS' OFFICIAL'S DEBTS.I

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I PEERS' OFFICIAL'S DEBTS. I Sir Alfred Marten, county-court judge at Windsor, on Saturday issued three judgment summonses against Horace West, of Clewer Lodge, Windsor, respecting debts owing to Messrs. Hedges and Keep, dairymen ( £ 48 14s. 3a.), Messrs. Slack and Company ( £ 10 16s. 2d.), and the well-known firm of Benoist (am 18s.). Mr. P. Lovegrove, who appeared on behalf of the first-named firm, stated that the defendant held an official appointment in the House of Lords and rented a house at Clewer at £ 355 a year. He also kept horses and carriages. Mr. Ridout, representing Messrs. Slack and Com- pany, said that the defendant had a salary of 9500 a year. His Honour made an order for commitment in 42 days, to be suspended if defendant paid half the amount in 28 days and the balance 28 days later.

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I u _OLDHAM ELECTION. <

ITHE CASE OF MRS. DRUCE, I

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I THE SUICIDE -SEASON. I

A CHEQUE THAT STRAYED. I

OLD AGE PENSIONS.j

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A GREAT ACTRESS'S SECRET.

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AMID BONES AND SKULLS.