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IWelshmen Qualifying for Home…

IThe Cockermouih Election.

I The Montague Abandoned.

Motor Car Smash near Barnstaple.

I For the R.Y.S. Prizes.

Receiving Order against former…

I Reduction of Dunlop's Capital.

I The Townshend Enquiry.

i Cricket.

I Weather Forecast.

W 1 THE CHAMELEON.

DATES OF NOTABLE INVENTIONS.

« JAPAN'S PAT*LIAMENT.

* | THE ZOO'S FOOD BILL. ]

* " SOME CURIOUS LAWS.

v-WINE FROM GERMS.I

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BANK HOLIDAY TRAFFIC. I

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BANK HOLIDAY TRAFFIC. Bank holidays are not only a boon to the people who enjoy them, but to the railway companies which seem to be increasingly dependent upon holiday traffic for the divi- dends which are threatened by the compe- tition of tramways and m jtor-omnibuses. "That the great railway companies rise to the opportunity was abundantly evident from the arrangements which were made for holiday traffic this week, opportunities being afforded for visiting every place -which by any stretch of the imagination -eouJd be classed among holiday resorts. That these facilities were appreciated was equally clear, but that was only a fresh illustration of the old fact, which the less enterprising railway companies have been fiIow to realise, that facilities for travel create traffic. .JdI ;=:;

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THE " IMPASSE" IN RUSSIA.…

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.....I THE GROWTH AND IMPORTANCE…

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. ADVICE TO BATHERS. i

THE NORTH AND SOUTH POLES.…

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THE LATE MR. J. L. TOOLE.…

The Volunteers In Mr. Haldane's.…

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The Government Saved by Unionists.

TREES THAT FORM ISLANDS. I

A WONDERFUL STONE QUARRY.I

4 THE MYSTERY OF SLEEP.