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Mr. C. N. Wilkinson, the Secretary of the North-Eastern Railway Co., has resigned owing to failing health. Captain Thomas C. Dutton, of the Cunard Liner Umbria, sailed from Liverpool on Satur- day fojr his last voyage as a shipmaster. On his return from America three weeks hence he will retire on a pension, after fifty years' service. At their annual dinner the Newbury Volunteer Fire Brigade subscribed nearly P,5 in aid of the employees of the local theatre, which was burnt down last week. The cremation of the body of Sir John Richard Robinson, formerly editor and manager of the "Daily News," took place on Saturday at Golder's Green, and the ashes were subsequently interred at Highgate Cemetery. The Western divisions of the Channel and Home Fleets, under Rear-Admirals Lambton and Poe, arrived at Plymouth on Sunday to grant Christmas leave to their crews. Mr. Ge6rge Wyndham, Chief Secretary for Ireland, states that there is no foundation for the rumour that he is not likely to seek re-elec- j tion for Dover.

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_.--__-FOR DON QUIXOTE.

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SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW.

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-IA N]1W KNIGHT.