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The French at Fashoda.

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QUEEN WILHELMINA.

WHEELER AND THE WAR.

TING OF GREEKS IN THESSALY.

THE DREYFUS CASE.

DEATH OF SIR WILLIAM GRAY.

RAILWAY SMASH.

DARLINGTON ELECTION.

TO FRANCE BY CANOE.

CYCLING ACCIDENTS.

TRUE BILLS RETURNED.

KICKED HER MOTHER.

THE "MOSQUITO-" FLEET.

HEALTH OF CARDIFF.

CARDIFF HORSE SHOW.

THE EMPRESS'S BODY.

SUICIDE IY A SEA CAVE,

LLANDOU# PROTESTS. I

Great Britain's Offer.

NEW VACCINATION ACT.

GLAMORGAN FINANCE.

WELLINGBOROUGH DISASTER.

DRISCOLL AT HULL.

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DRISCOLL AT HULL. THE EXCARDIFF FOOTBALLER ⢠TALKS OF HIS INTENTIONS. An "Express" representative on Tuesday in- terviewed "Hockey" Driscoll as to his inten- tions. Last Saturday he was unable to play for H'ull against the Northern Union cup- holders, in consequence of the rule which says that a player must be in employement three days each week before he is eligible. Driscoll stated that he had made arrangements whereby he will be eligible taplay against Heckmond- wike on Saturday, â¢nd on Monday night he was selected in the Hull team. He says he will certainly pl iy, and that his intention is to con- tinue all through the season. On Monday next Driscoll will return to Cardiff for a day or two to visit his friends. He seems well satisfied with Hull, and is residing with Savage, Franks. and Feafniey, the Welsh half-backs who joined Hull.

CLUBS AT CARDIFF.

In the Courts.

BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

NEWPORT TOWN COUNCIL.

AN INDEPENDENT POSTMAN.

i Anarchy Rampant.

Australian Adventures.

PRINCE AND THE DEAR.

Racing Competition.

TO-DAY'S RACING

"SPORTSMAN" AUTHENTIC STARTING…

OLD SAM'S OVERNIGHT FINALS.

OFFICIAL SCRATCHING.

TODAYS LONDON BETTING. I :

ADDITIONAL ARRIVALS THIS MORNING

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The Coal Trade.

THE MAN 11 HO DID" MONSON

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