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HOW THE TRANSVAAL COMPARES…

THE LORD ADVOCATE.

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THE LORD ADVOCATE. The Right Hon. Andrew Graham Murray (says the Star) who has been Lord Advocate of Scotland since 1896, and has filled in two Conservative Administra- tions the position of Scotch Solicitor-General, has given a striking proof of the attractiveness of political life. Mr. Graham Murray has refused the great office of Lord Justice General and Lord President of the Court of Session, Scotland, rendered vacant by the pro- motion of Lord Ilo^wtson to a Lordship of Appeal in Ordinary,preforrij ghis position on the Treasury Bench to the highest prize in the legal' profession in Scot- land. Mr. Graham Murray, who has just entered on his 50th year, had a distinguished career in Cam- bridge, where he was a scholar of Trinity. In his student days at Edinburgh he was a close friend with Stevenson, with whom he kept up a correspondence in his distant home at Samoa. Stevenson consulted the LOId Advocate on the legal aspect of his last work, "Weir of Hermiston."

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TRANSVAAL LAND HOLDINGS.

"..-/"1 KRUGER'S AMERICAN…

THE APPROACHING SALE OF KILLARNEY.

,.- - WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

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--THE FREE STATE BORDER.

BREWERS' EXHIBITION, LONDON.

WOMEN'S ARMENIAN RELIEF FUND.

, CRICKET IN 1900.

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CURRENT SPORT.1

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EXETER ELECTION

LORD ABERDEEN AT SCARBOROUGH.

THE SIRDAR BREAKS RECORD.

SKELETON AT THE CROSS-ROADS.

HUMBLE HEROES AND HEROINES.…

BOER MODESTY.

TREASON.

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