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THE GERMAN EMPEROR THE IDOL…

A FATAL BATHING ACCIDENT.

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THE ZULU WAR, j

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The Globe gives 09 following from an occasional oorre- apondent with Brlgadler-Gensral Wood', column Zululand j- There is now no doubt that Umheline I. dead and it is quite certain that this Is due to Captaia Prier, iOt.h Regiment, who was atbacbed to the Frontier Light Horse He was In command o< a patrol, and fell in with aJimaU 1^ of ■the enemy near Luneberg and utterly defeated them, Umbeline being amongst the slain. It was talned that Umbeline himself was killed, but authentic evi- dence from spies and other, has since come to the general to that effect."

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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