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IThe Hague Conference. I-


I Barnum & Bailey's at Newport.


I The Gleaner.


I The Gleaner. WHOLESALE SHEEP STEALING IN HEREFORD- SHIRE.—At Herefordshire Quarter Sessions on Monday, William Perks, 19, labourer, and Walter Cornwall, 22, groom, pleaded guilty to charges of stealing nine sheep and thirteen lambs from Mr. T. W. Dent's farm, at Much Cowarne, on May 10th, and nine sheep and three lambs from the farm of Mr. T. F. Benbow, at Ocle Pitchard, on May 31st.-Prisoners were sentenced to eighteen months' hard labour for each offence, the sentences to run concurrently.—The sum of 19 was found on the prisoners, and the justices ordered this to be divided among perions who had paid the prisoners money, and who made application for that money to be refunded. ESCAPE OF WOLVEs.-Lord George Sanger's circus visited Abertillery on Thursday, and on Friday morning it was discovered that two wolves had escaped from their cage. Men going to work saw the animals at large and gave information, and ac 6.30 one of them was found in an outhouse at Brynteg. Several men tried to get it out by means of ropes, &c., but it was not until nine o'clock that they secured their captive and took it to the van. The other one escaped to the mountain district between Pontypool and Abertillery, and then crossed the valley to the Arael Mountain. On Sunday afternoon it was shot by a farmer on a mountain near Crumlin. It had killed two sheep and was becoming a terror to farmers. NOT OUT 628. —At the Clifton College match between Clarke's House and North Town (junior), the lad Collins made 509 runs on Friday, not out. This exceeded the highest score on record, viz., 485 which Stoddart made for Hampstead in 1886. On Monday Collins ran his score up to 598 not out, and on Tuesday carried his bat through the innings for 628. Dr. Grace, commenting on Collin's performance, says:—"Though the game was only a junior house match, the performance is something wonderful. I wonder the youngster had strength to do it." THE CHANDOS-POLE DIVORCE CASE.—In the Divorce Court on Tuesday the suit of Mrs. Kathleen Annie Chandos-Pole, of Kiddiugton Hall, Woodstock, for a dissolution of her marriage with Mr. Samuel Chandos-Pole was concluded, but the jury were unable to agree as to a verdict, and the case, consequently, stands over for the consideration whether the petitioner apply for a judicial separation.


I Railway Time Table for July.


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IThe Riglii Kind of Lamps.…