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THE ARISTOCRAT AND CONOERT- HALL SINGER. A special telegram to the '"New York World"' from Winnipeg states that Dudley Marjoribanks, son of Lord Tweedniouth. who was sent by his mam-ma to Northern British Columbia on a. polar-bear hunt in the hope of weaning him from the London concert-hali singer, "Bardie" Sutherland, has been ha^t.ily sumnumed home by his father. He was brought hero on the advice of Lord Aberdeen, Governor-General of Canada, and Governor Hdhultz, of Manitoba. Lord Aberdeen sent his aide-de-camp, Monroe Ferguson, to take care of the young man wihi:e he was in the wilds of British Columbia. They were just leaving the railway terminus to begin their hunt, for bears when a telegram came from Lord Tweedmouth calling his son home. It was considered that the al)8f'nce of such a distinguisned defendant in a, breach of pro- mise suit might lndT-so* a. British jury to give a verdict in favour of "Birdie" Sutherland. The hunting party cancelled orders for snides, and reached Winnipeg the other day on their horn ft ward journey. To a newspaper man, who tried to talk with him. Dudly Mnrjoribaiiki; was curt and disinclined to talk. He seemed thoroughly disgusted at being re-called. He pretended that, in addition to his father want- ing him to come home to defend the suit, he was anx-ious to jo;n his regiment..An to the merits of the suit that had been started, he refused to express any opinion. From the way in which he spoke, he appeared to have the impnes'sion that it would have been quietly settJed.

GLAMORGAN SUMMER ASSIZES.

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