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KING'S BIRTHDAY HONOURS

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KING'S BIRTHDAY HONOURS GARTER FOR KING HAAKON. A short list of King's Birthday Honours was issued, at 10, Downing-street, on Thursday. It includes three new Privy Councillor, iour I baronetcies, seventeen knighthoods, two Knights Grand Cross of the IBath, a Knight Commander of the Bath, and eight Companions of the Bath. The list includes the follow- ing:â Privy OoTmciIIor Samuel Smith, Esq. Baronet: Col. Charles Hughes Hunter. Knighthoods William E. Cleigg, Esq., Henry Paget Cooke, Esq., Alfred iBramwell Thomas, Esq. Colonial Office List:â'New Knighthoods To be C.M.G., The Hon. John William Evans, Premier of Tasmania, and Captain WiUiani Owen, for services as Commissioner in the dle- liminations of the Sinai Boundary. Mr (Samuel Smith is the well-known Liverpool cotton merchant and philanthropist. Member of Parliament for Liverpool from 1882-1885, he is better known a.s the former member for Flinfchire, which constituency he represented from 1886 until the last General Election. A special "London Gazette" issued last night announces that the King has been pleased to appoint King Haakon of Norway to be Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.

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