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A FATAL BATHING ACCIDENT.

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A correspondent of the Natal Mertury writes Report bas It that Mra. Jenkins (the QUllen of Pondoland) is about to pay a loBg visit to the old colony, and that her adopted son Josiah is going down with her to be married to a daughter of the late chief Tini Macomo. Every one respects this eld lady (Mrs. J.), and many owe a deep debt of grati- tude to her for her known hospitality and kindly offices. Her leaning toward the Pondos, with whom she has lived for over a quarter of a century, Is well known, and Is taken advantage of by some of the better tducated natives, and the result is that at times she is wofuliy deceived by their plausible statements."

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INTERVIEW WITH A ZULU CHIEF.

HOSPITAL SUNDAY IN LONDON.

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ATTACKED BY LOCUSTS.

THE CLAIMANT.

THE ARMY RESERVE.

THE NAVAL BATTLE OFF IQUIQUE.…

THE LAST OF THE VANGUARD.

INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL'…

MR. GLADSTONE ON LITERATURE.

A POWERFUL ROAD LOCOMOTIVE.

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