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ANGLO-FRENCH CONFLICT;

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ANGLO-FRENCH CONFLICT; SERIOUS AFFAIR AT SHANGHAI. A serious disturbance was caused at Shanghai > on November 26th by French soldiers in the English settlement. The police had several cas- ualties, one man being seriously wounded by a bayonet thrust in the stomach. The matter is under investigation. Meantime the French and English troops are restricted to their respeotive settlements pending the arrangement of a modus Tivendi. Strong pickets are patroling the town. The extension of the French settlement at Tientsin, it is announced, dates from June 17th, and includes all the properties between the British and Japanese settlements. It nullifies all con- tracts since June, and carries with it the control of all residents within the area. It is reported on good authority at Nankin that all the Viceroys and Governors have been ordered to prepare to defend the coasts and rivers, as the security of these places is now of great importance. It is presumed that the measure is merely defensive.

THE COURT AND THE CAPITAL|

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KRUGER IN PARIS.

STRANGE ABDUCTION STORY.

CYCLIST'S TERRIBLE DEATH.

THE QUEEN AND HOSPITAL,

WRECK OFF THE LIZARD.

MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S RETURN.

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT STRANRAER.

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FEAST OF MUSIC.

THE COMMAND OF THE ARMY.

LICENSING CHANGES IN MANXLAND.

THRILLING SCENES AT A FIRE.…

STABBING MANIA AT HULL. j

ESCAPE OF MILITARY PRISONERS.I

GOVERNMENT CUTTER LOST. 1

FUNERAL OF SIR A. SULLIVAN.

REVENUE COMMISSIONERS LOSE.

DEATH DUTY APPEAL DISMISSED.

-n_----COAL MINE ON FIRE.

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