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TOWN TOPICS. I

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I "MODERN FINANCE." ,

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i "ACTS" OF ST. PAUL.

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The "Standard" states, on the authority of influential Dutch leaders, that the country Boers may soon make what will be calledl a spontaneous demand for representative Government- The Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe have left Floors Castle, Kelso, for Broxmouth Park, Dunbar. Their departure from Floors was oc- casioned by the occurrence of a case of small- pox among the workmen'employed at the Castle. Princess Louise of Schleswig-Holstein, who has made a prolonged tour in India, with the Hon. Mary Hughes and the Hon. Alec Yorke in attendance, is expected shortly at her residence in Queensberry-piace, South Kensington. The coal mines of France, located in the northern part of that country, do not supply the needs of the French people, who have to import 28,000,000 tons, against an average of 21,000,000 raised at home. A Quaker, entering a Birmingham police- court, refused to take his hat off. Without ceremony, a policeman removed it for him. Thereupon the Quaker said he was satisfied;! as one of the old school of Quakers he would not have taken it off himself.

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NEWS NOTES.

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! AGED 106 YEARS.

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I MORAL STORTES.-III. I

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I DETECTIVES AND DIVORCE.

!NIGHT ALARM. I

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I-! I JATARRH AND INFLUENZA.…

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