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THE FRENCH DEFEAT NEAR HANOI.

PROPOSED BRITISH SCHOOL AT…

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IRISH LACE EXHIBITION IN LONDON.

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EARL SPENCER AT LIMERICK.

THE GROWTH OF MORMONISM.

-THE FISHERIES CONGRESS.]

HARVEST PROSPECTS,

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REDUCTION OF RAILWAY RATES.

THE PLAGUE OF LOCUSTS IN RUSSIA.

A BODY FOUND IN A BOX.

¡.' SIR THOMAS BRASSEY ON…

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THE WAR IN THE SOUDAN.I

THE FISHMONGERS' COMPANY.

THE RESOURCES OF MADAGASCAR.

THE REVENUE.

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- WOMAN'S POSITION IN AMERICA.

DOGS IN TRAMCARS.

EVENING OPENING OF MUSEUMS*

DEATH OF SIR WILLIAM KNOLLYS.

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THE ROYAL CALEDONIAN BALL.

COMPARATIVE THIRST IN FRENCH…

MILITARY AFFRAY IN IRELAND.

OVERHEAD WIRES in the METROPOLIS.

—*^ CANADIAN ITEMS.

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—* CANADIAN ITEMS. In the month of May 99 patents for inventions were issued by the Canadian Department of Agriculture, the fees collected were 6,533 dols., against 6,002 dols. for the same month last year. The emigration statistics of Canada show that 45,450 persons settled in the Dominion for the five months ending May 31, as against 24,135 last year, an increase of 21,315. Very satisfactory reports are being received as to the crop prospects in Manitoba and the North-West Territory, Lord Dunmore's trip over the Canadian Pacific Railway has been completed. His lordship, with other members of the party, declared himself much impressed by the progress which hAd been mad, in the settlements of the Canadian North-west, and the rapidity with which the railway is being constructed. Emigrants still continue to arrive in Winnipeg at the rate of about 400 per day. The visit of the Governor-General and the Princess Louise to Toronto, in connection with the Art Exhibi- tion in that city, proved a great success. The Vice- regal party met with the most enthusiastic reception. In the course of a speech at the Toronto Academy of Arts the Marquis stated that there seemed now good prospect of the project for the International Park at Niagara Falls being successfully carried out. A farmer who discovered iron on his farm near Brandon, in Manitoba, refused an offer of 5,000 dols. for bis claim. Two English gentlemen from Sheffield have bought a ranche south of Moose Jaw, in the Canadian North- west, which they intend to make their head quarters for hunting during the next two or three summers.

THE IRISH. LAND ACT.

POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS IN FRANCE.

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