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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

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STEAMBOAT COLLISION AND LOSS…

ALEXANDRA PALACE. '

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THE EASTERN QUESTION.[< .......-

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

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PA m J AM &NTARY jm: LLIGENCE.

ANOTHER ATTEMPT^

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Newyddion
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COAGTOLINE.—The best cement for Broken Articles,6d., 18. 2s. Postage 2d. Kay Bros.. Stoekport Sold everywhere. SAD AND EXTRAORDINARY GUN ACCIDENT.— A sad and extraordinary gun accident occurred OD Saturday evening near Bristol during the return ot some volunteers who had been practising at the rl ø range at Avonmouth. The party included members of the cadet corps formed in connection wit*1 Olifton College. The return journey was made by We Avonmouth Railway, a short line that runs fr°?j Avonmouth to Olifton Down. Shortly after tbe tr&JJ^ had left Seamills, an intermediate station, one of cadets, Mr. A. E. Hemmins, a pupil at Clif^ College, took up his rifle in order to expl^ 1 to Sergeant-Instructor Elton how one of cadets trembled while shooting off a tie afternoon. In the midst of his the rifle went off. No one in that division hurt, but when the train stopped at Clifton it ascertained that the bmlet had penetrated the tion, passed between two of the college masters, were sitting in the adjoining 1st class division their backs towards Mr. Hemmins, and then stro another college master, Mr. A. Fletcher Jones. was sitting opposite them, in the left breast, through his body, and embedding itself in the J ding behind him. Death was instantaneous. Jones, who was between 20 and 30 years of age, mathematical and science master at tbe college. the arrival of the train at Olifton Drs. Pritchard 0 Parsons were fetched, but their services were °j avail. A stretcher having been obtained the bodyf removed to the college. Mr. Hemmins is deeply dejected by the melancholy occurrence. I