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BOMBARDMENT,

'3JCRE OF AMKRICAffS tlI ORDEEU,

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LOCAL DIYOECE SUIT.

CABDIFF DROWNING CASE.

RE-CLAIMING INEBRIATES.

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ALLEGED FRAUD ON NOBLEMEN.

KMLWAY CRASH IN BELGIUM.".

EXAMINATION OF DREYFUS.

THE; URfUCE: CASE.

ANOTHER, CRISIS IN CHINA,

DEATH AND THE DENIL.

SULTAN OF OMAN OBEYS,

FIGHTING AT IALIEMVAN.

HOOLEY BANKRUPTCY.

"I LOVE MY REGIMENT."

THE YILLAGE TRAGEDY, *

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TRAGEDY IN AN EDINBURGH HOTEL.

A77DREE EXPEDITIONS.

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ROYALTY AT OMDURMAN.

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ROYALTY AT OMDURMAN. ARRIVAL OF THE DUKE OF CON} NAUGHT. A Renter's telegram from Omdurman on Monday says:—The Duke and Duchess of Con- naught arrived here at seven o'clock yesterday evening, and landed this morning. The natives were enthusiastic in their.welcome to the Royal visitors, and the city was profusely decorated in their honour. Their Royal Highnesses first reviewed the troops, who were drawn up 9,000 strong of all ranks, under the command of the Sirdar. The review over, their Royal High- nesses went to breakfast at the Sirdar's house, and afterwards held a Levee of officers of the garrison and notables of the city. Several addresses of welcome were presented to the Duke, who replied, expressing his gratification at the way in which he had been received and the pleasure he felt at being amongst them. After the Levee the Duke and Duchess rode round the city, and inspected the market, the Mahdi's tomb, and the Khalifa's house. Before returning his Royal Highnees visited the hos- pital. In the afternoon the Royal party pro- ceeded to Khartoum, where they were received by a gtLtLrd I 6f" hdnottrl of the Royal Irish Fusiliers. After visiting Gordon's Palace and other points of interest, they went for a short distance up the White Nile. returning to dine at Omdurman with the Sirdar. In the evening there was a display of fireworks for the troops and inhabitants. The Duke of Connaught directed the Sirdar to communicate to the troops his appreciation of their appearance on parade after the arduous work they had gone through during the recent campaign against the Dervishes. The visit of their Royal High- nesses has been a great success, and politically of great advantage.

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THE OUTRAGE AT BLAKENEY

GREEK ELECTIONS.