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I WORKMEN'S TOPICS.

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To Meet at Cowes. -------------I

Royal Tour in Cornwall. .

THE AGA KHAN.

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THE AGA KHAN. The Aga Khan is again paying a visit to London. Persian by descent, Indian by resi- dence. and European, by tastes, the Prince, who is leader of the Ismaili Khojas sect of the Moslems, is a religious and political power whose assistance has often been welcome to Sir Sultan Mohammed Shah. I the Government of India. Political troubles drove the then head of the house from Persia over 70 years ago, and since that time the Aga Khans have vlived in India. The present Prince was nbnoured with Queen Victoria's friendship, and he was decorated for his prac- tical friendliness towards this conntryr

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. .