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ASSAULT WITH SCISSORS.

AN ABERAVON GROCER.

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CABXNET COUNCIL,

LEWISHAM BURGLARY.

BATTERSEA TRAGEDY.

; PARIS LAW CaiiliTS.

THE TRANSVAAL.

STRIKE IN PARIS.

ENGLAND AND rrALY.

c 0> FIR MATIOX WAN TED.

The Moscow Disaster

NEWLYN RIOTS.

FOULED THE BIG DRUM

THE PRINCE'S VICTORY.

A PLUCKY INSPECTOR.

, A CONVICT S WIFE

WOMAN WITH A PAST.

GUILDHALL MUSIC SCHOOL.

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GUILDHALL MUSIC SCHOOL. ELECTION OF SIR, JOS. BABNBY'S SUCCESSOR. AIdfrman Sir Joseph {Savory. M.P., in the tfb.<ene» of .the Lord Mayor," presided "on Thurs- day at a meeting of the Court «t Common Council, held a.t the Guihihail, at which the elec- tion .took place of the Principal of ohe GuiJd- hall School of .Music, rendered vacant by cue dearth of Sir Joseph Rarnlby. There were ongiqally 38 candidates, who weri reduced by tht) «su»io roounifctee to five, viz.. Mr. Alfred James Caldicott, prinoipal of the London College of ):ltt-ø.i.e: Mr. William Havman Oumi&in.gs, profeswor at the Royal Academy Knd Guildhall School of Music; Dr. Frank Joseph Sawyer, professor ait t'he Royal College of \liwk?; Mr. William Henry Thomas, pro-j fessor alttJhe Guildhall School; and Dr. Edmund Hart Tttrpin, Warden of Trinity I College. London. It was determined to reduce these candidates to two by ballot, which re- sulted in Mr. Oumnlitigs Obtaining 69 votes; ),11' Thomas, 59; I)r. -Sawyer, 27;, Dr. Tunpin, 16; and Mr- Caldicott, 13. On the final ballot being taken, Mr. W. H. Cummings obtained 97 votes, a.nd 'Mr. Thomas 76 votes, a.nd the former was declared duly elected. Mr. W. H. Cummings has for many years held a dis- tinguished position iri tlhe musical profession. He 's a professor at the Royal Academy of Music, atflw Royal Normal College, and a,t .the Guildhall School of Music. He is also honorary treasurer of fhe Royal Society of •Musicians, director of the Philharmonic Society^ and a meinlb^r of several other musical associa- tions. He began hismusical career at the age of S'X years an the choir of St. Paul's, a.nd re- moved thence to the Temple Church, where ne remained till his voice broke. Subsequently he developed a fine tenor voice, and sang in tihe Temple, Westminster Abbey, and Chaipeis Roval clioirs. and earned a high reputation ')8 a concert a-nd oratorio sincar. Mr. Cumm:n^ has composed much music, some of his glees being widely known and highly appreciated. He has also written various works bearing upon his art..

Condemned Murderers

I CORNISH COUSINS-

UPHELD THE CABMAN-

WIFE'S TRAGIC END.

French in Africa ]

Tylorstown Disaster.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

INEXHAUSTIBLE MINES.

SHIPPING CASUALTIES.

!BARRY RYE-LAWS.

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Nile Campaign

ADVENTUROUS WHITES

JUDGE BELIEVED HIM.

A PUBLIC TELESCOPE.

LIFE IN THE TRANSVAAL.I

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ITo-Days CricketI

TURF TALK

This Days Racing

j OLD SAM'S FINALS.I

LONDON FINALS. I

EPSOM MEETING. I

PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.…

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LATEST SCRATCHING.

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TO-DAY'S MARKETS.j

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