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In the May number of the Windsor Mag- azine there appears an article by F. Klick- mann, dealing vrith the hobbies and recre- ations of musicians. Sir Frederic Bridge it appears, is an enthusiastic angler, while (Sir Charles Hubert Parr-, devotes his spare moments to yabching. Mr:F. H. Coweii, in addition to his favourite pursuit of moun- taineering, is an accomplished litterateur. Mr August Manns is an adept at acrostics. Miss Fanny Davies, Miss Esther Palliser, Mr Andrew Black, and Mr Herbert Godfrey are all clever artists. Golf claims Messrs Watkin Mills, Normand Salmon and others; while pet animals seem the most usual torm of relaxation indulged in by prima, donnas. Perhaps the most unique of all the hOoJes mentioned is scientific kite-flying, a pastime to which Mr Edward Elgar, the composer, is addicted. The article is well illustrated. For the recent imprisonment of a mission- ary, the French demand from China a sum of 1,200,000 taels and certain mining rights in Sze Chuan. Indignation is felt in the Yang Tse ports at the contemplated action of Russia regarding British owned property within that country's concession at Hankau.

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ENGLISH CONGREGATIONALISM.

BAD ARRANGEMENTS.

PROTECTING A PROTECTION.

THE VACCINATION ACT.

PORTMADOC SHIPS.

PORTMADOC

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