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IThe Hague Conference. I-

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I Barnum & Bailey's at Newport.

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I The Gleaner.

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I Railway Time Table for July.

I SEVERN AND WYE RAILWAY.

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I THUNDERSTORMS.- On Wednesday, Wales and various parts of England were visited by severe thunderstorms. At Pittville Park, Cheltenham, where a school treat was being held, six persons had taken refuge under a tree, which was struch by lightning. Five were hurled to the ground, a small boy being untouched. To ice-cream venders escaped with litrle hurt, but the remaining three were taken to the hospital und detained. At Aldershot a severe hailstorm was followed by torrents of rain, which soon placed the lower part of the town under water. The Royal Hotel was struck by lightning and the chimney -stack demolished. AtWellington, Salop, a thunderbolt shot down the chimney of a house occupied by a woman named Beddett, and the furniture in the kitchen was damaged. Fortunately, the occupants escaped.

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IThe Riglii Kind of Lamps.…

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