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The Parliamentary committee has thrown out the Birkenhead, Flintshire, aud Holyhead Railway Bill. BEETO:¡'S UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY, lately reviewed in Tl,, is t,, b, issued in weekly penny num- bers, under the title of "Beeton's Penny Dictionary." Great-aad painful excitement has been caused at Wim- bledon, ever since Friday of last week, in consequence of the sudden and inexplicable disappearance of Mr. Dodd, a well-known solicitor, of the firm of Tate and Dodd, 32, Bucklersbury, London. 5?AUT UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN.-The notice at the ha'd of advertisement referring to this Art Union an- nounces that Tuesday, the 17th of this mouth, is the Last Day for obtaining Tickets for the Drawing of this (the fifth) season. We have before us one of the lists of up- wards of One Thousand Prizes to be drawn on for that occasion—first on which stands Mr. Maw Egl.y'. Just as the Twig is bent, the tree's inclined," now exhibiting in the Crystal Palace, Sydenham, value £100. Besides this there are 250 others from .£80 downwards, including works of Edwin Hayes, R. L A. Luker, George Petitt, E. A. Pcttitt, Corbould, AY "i's, and others. Altogeth- er the list contains paintiu 'one, value some £ 3,500, each of which, as well as c prizes, every purchaser of a shilling ticket has a of obtaining. List of prizes and tickets may be h t from the agents, whose names are appended to the 1I THE GOLD FIELDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.—How shall we get there; is the repeated inquiry made by intend- ing emigrants. Beyond all question (says the author of Facts about Pritish Oolumbia)" the cheapest, safest, and most comfortable way of performing this somewhat extensive voyage is by sailing ships, especially now that one of the Liverpool Australian firms have arranged to send one of their magnificent clippers monthly during the season. In these well known ships there is ample scope for exercise, good sleeping berths, as also for lighting and ventilating purposes, too little attended to or thought of by intending emigrants. The overland ron tes, besides expensi ve, are very uncertain, and some- times present obstacles of great difficulty. The amount of lujgage allowed is very trifling, and anything beyond the declared quantity is charged at enormous rates. In the direct sailing clippers the passenger can select his own berth which he can retain until he lands in Victoria, and the moment he steps on board all further anxiety ceases, until he arrives at his new home, and he need not stint himself in amount of lug- gage." Messrs. H. T. Wilson and Chambers will des- patch the splendid White Star" clipper Silistria, Si00 tons, A 1 at Lloyd's from Liverpool, for Victoria, Van- couver'R hland, on the 30th June—see advertisement.

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