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Aaaninsta-oe of the extent of smoking which ia carried on upon the Atlantic passage of one of the big steamers it may be stated that on the Etruria, of the Cunard line, last year there were sold, for consumption on board, 34,3601b tobacco, 63,340 cigars, and 56,875 cigarettes. That touching monition " Never forget a mother's love," which waa found tattooed on the arm of one Timothy JohnEOu, was the direct means of his being identified as a deserter from the East Yorkshire Regiment, to the headquarters of which gallant corps lie ha» been relegated by order of the magistrate at Woolwich.

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Evening Star, Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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Evening Star Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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