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KING'S' BIRTHDAY HONOURS.

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KING'S' BIRTHDAY HONOURS. GARTER FOR KING HAAKON. A short list of King's Birthday Honours was issued at 10, Downing-street, last evening. It includes three new Privy iCouncillors, four baronetcies, seventeen knighthoods, two Knights Grand Cross of the iBath, a Knight Commander of the Bath, and eight Companions of the Bath. The list includes the follow- ing:— Privy Councillor: Samuel Smith, Esq. Baronet: Col. Charles Hughes Hunter. Knighthoods William iE. Cleigg, Esq., Henry Paget Cooke, Esq., Alfred iBramwell Thomas, Esq. Colonial Office List: -New Knighthoods: To be C.M.G., The Hon. John William iEVans, Premier of Tasmania, and Captain William Owen, for services as Commissioner in the de. liminations of the Sinai Boundary. Mr Samuel Smith is the well-known Liverpool cotton merchant and philanthropist. Member of OPterliament lor Liverpool from 1S92..1a8S, he is better known aa the former member for (Flintshire, which constituency he represented from 1886 until the last General Election. A special "London Gazette" issued last night announces that the King has been pleased, to appoint King Haakon Qf Norway to to Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.

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