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A VERSAILLES MYSTERY.

BATTLE WITH RAISULI.

WERTHEIMER ART ROBBERY. -

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—Cardiganshire Cancer-Treatment.

Y Sul Cyntaf yn Awst.

MOTOR -'BUS O-VERTURIGED.

A PLUCKY IRISH LADY

AIRSHIPS THAT"'WILL STEER.

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AIRSHIPS THAT"'WILL STEER. SUCCESS TDF GERMAN WAR BALLOONS. It looks as though Germany has taken a great step towards solving the problem of navi- gating the air. The airship at a height of SOC-ft. encircled the Emperor's palace, sailed along tiic jexact course of Cntcr den Linden and other principal streets, described various geometrical figures in the air, and headed northward, south- ward, eastward, and westward at tho com- mander's will. The whirr of the 1; rews v.s distinctly audible to tho watching multitudes. Public discur-sion has ngain been directed to the diflicult problems connected with the de- velopment. of aerial navigation. French airships could sail over Germany and easily photograph all the German f-.) '-t fiez' it ic," .I, and vice versa. Considerations of national de- fence, therefore, render it essential to regulate aerial navigation by legislation. As a first step the existing frontiers must be extended upwards into the air. partitioning the atmosphere according to the countries concerned. The leading Conservative daily, the Deutsche Taqcs Zcituvt), points out that in the near future airships will become extremely valuable in war- fare, and especially :alu3hlo to Germany in a war against Great Britain. It is pointed out that a German aerial fleet capable of clr:>: •sur.g ex- plosives on British Dreadnoughts would go a long way towards remedying Germany's naval inferiority to Great Britain.

JUBILEE CELEBRATED.

A LAD'S OCEAN - TRAVELS.

THE EARL AND THE BURGLAR.

KARTHQI AIC#1N SCOTLAND.

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Socialism.

MIXED WEATHER.

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GREAT BLAZE AT CONEY ISLAND.

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