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- • • MATED GRANGES. The will (dated Oet. 31, )800) of Mr. Jan I BROutintON CASTLE. "" late of C* ma. W.st Ha, who died 1 Broughton Castle, two and a - ha l f miles south-west on May 31, me proved ea J une by Augustus o t is the most interesting mated building Williams Emma the
ST. JOHN'S CITY ALMOST DESTROYED. The city of St. John's, Newfoundland, has been overtaken by a most disastrous fire. Two-thirds of the city is in ruins, and the damage i st :mated at not less than four millions sterling. The fire broke out in a stable in the eastern suburb, at
- - A shocking and atrocious murder of a mother by a drunken eon occurred on Saturday afternoon at Heyside, a village lying two miles north of Oldham. Patrick Gibbon, labourer and ez-soldier, aged about 26, resided with his parents at Water-street, lleyside, and father, mother,
- 0-_ GOOD, PURE, RICH, is 10d STRONG, WELL-FLAVOURED 2s 4d TEA. The attention of consumers is rartictilarly directed to these very celebrated Teas. They come dirczt from the Grower's own Plat,tations in the finest Tea growb g districts of Annul India, and are sold to the cos su
(Registered) Is prepared from the recipe of one of the m* experienced gamekeepers in England, and has bten used by him for the past eight years, ara never known to fail to CURE the GAPES in Pheasants and Chickens.