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To Meet at Cowes. I CZAR AND KING EDWARD. Paris Saturday.-At to-day's Cabinet Coun- cil at the Elvsee M. Fallieres, the President, in- formed the Ministers that the Czar in returning the visit paid him by the President last year at Reval would arrive at Cherbourg on July 31 and make a stay of two days. The Czar would leave Cherbourg on August 2 for Cowes, where he would meet King Edwa,rd.- Reuter. This will be the first visit paid by theCzarto Great Britain since the accession of King Fdward who visited his Imperial Majesty at Reval la^t summer. In 1896, shortly after the coronation festivities at Moscow, the Czar and Czarina made a tour of foreign European Courts visiting Queen Victoria at Balmoral. On September 22 their Majesties landed at t â;fy. where they were received by the rancc of Wales, now King Edward. After, the visit to Balmoral the Czar and his Consort journeyed bv waT of Portsmouth to France, where the Franco-Russian alliance was celebrated^ with tumultuous rejoicings. In 1901 a second visit was paid to France by the Czar. Since then, although heads of States have visited his M iiesty.he has not left Russia except for a craife or two in Finnish waters. It is impro- bable that the Czar will come to London on this occasion. An'Extended Tour. St. Petersburg, Sunday.-It is understood that neither the German Empress nor the Dowager Czarina will be present afr the meet- fn<r between the Czar and the German Empei or. The Czarina and the Imperial children, h w- ever, will be on the Standart, After the meeting the Czar and the Czarina will proceed to Stockholm, returning home thence to attend the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the battle of Poltava. their On th< way to France and England their Imperial Majesties will visit Copenhagen- I is stated that the Italian visit doned and that after his visit to Cow es the Gz iTb'iâ¢orW?n B°to U here week.âReuter. Alexander III. Monument. St Petersburg, Saturday.âThe formal in- augurationof thl'monum, n, to Oar Alâ¢Â« a, III., at the Nevsky Prospect, opposite Nicolai Railway Station, took place this afternoon in the prelenee of the Empemr and Empress, Dowager Empress, and other members of the Imperial Family, diplomatic corps. Ministers, representatives of the Council of the Empire an Duma, and a number of high dignitaries. After the memorial had been unveiled, the Emperor and Empress walked round it. The Emperor then placed himself at the head of the troops, whom he led past che monument. A number of deputations next approached and laid wreaths, some of which were silver, at the foot ofthe monument Altogether 500 wreaths were placed in position. The Emperor and Empress returned immediately after the/cere- mony to T-iarskoe Selo.âReuter.

Royal Tour in Cornwall. .

THE AGA KHAN.

THE FRENCH NAVY.

THEFTS FROM WARSHIPS.

LUNATIC'S SAVINGS.! ---I

ATTEMPTED MATRICIDE.

Welsh Monuments.

DEATH OF THE INJURED MAI

WATER COMPANY SUED.

TUMBLE COLLIERY ACCIDENT.

DIED WHILE TALLYING. I-

PENARTH STATION PESTS.

SORRY FOR HIS FOLLY.

OLD-TIME CORPUS CHRISTI.

TIDAL WAVE.

ANOTHER OPERA STAR.

ALLEGED ATTEMPTED FRAUD.

THREATENED SUICIDE.

POCKET-PICKING CHARGE.

FREYSTROP CHILD'S PERIL.

LOOKED MORE SUBSTANTIAL.

FIRE AT THE WARREN MILL

"GRAND OLD MAN OF SALOP."

, NEWPORT VETERAN.

PONTYPOOL LAW CASE.

Oscar Slater's Reprieve. .

Merthyr Hooliganism. .

COMBE MARTIN FATALITY.

MYSTERIOUS EXPLOSIVE. --

TASMANIA'S NEW GOVERNOR.

OLD BRIGAND'S MURDERS.

60 HOURS IN THE AIR.

WRECKED ON HARBOUR BAR.

STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.

WELSH GLEANINGS. .