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IMEMORIAL TO MR. RHODES.

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WRECKED ON THE RAILWAY.I

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MALPAS. I COTTAGES ON FIRK-A fire broke out on Monday afternoon at the cottage of Mrs. Cart- wright, a widow with a young family. The ad- joining cottage of Mr. Thomas Aliman was also attacked by the flames, and both were entirely gutted. By the timely exertions of many willing helpers, most of the furniture was saved, together with a sum of money that trie widow's son had saved, amounting to L13 10s. The money was all that remained in a tin box, the other contents of which were burnt to a cinder. An aged woman named Mary Ma run was an invalid in one of the houses, but at the outset she was conveyed cut of danger and taken on a stretcher to the house of Mr. J. Barlow, a neigh- bour. The cottages were the property of Mr. W T. Drake.

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AliMY AND VOLUNTEERS. I -I

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MiLIi SUPPLY TO LIVERPOOL.

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