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DIABOLICAL PLOT AGAINST LORD…

ANGLO-FRENCH CONFLICT;

THE COURT AND THE CAPITAL|

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The -Channel Squadron, consisting of eight battleships and a cruiser, has arrived at Gibraltar fjfoin A P<"IA Hav At the Old Bailey William Guildford and William Capel have been sentenced respectively to 12 and three months' imprisonment for highway robbery with violenae iu Totteaha m Court Road. St. Mary's Church at Great Massingham is the first in the county ot Norfolk to be lighted with acetylene gas. The lights vary from 10 to 30 candle power, and the cost of the new light, after the initial outlay, is only from 8d. to 9d. per hour. In memory of Mr. T. H. Ismay, who died a year ago, Messrs. Ismay, Imrie, and Co., of the White Star Line, have sent £ 5,000 to the Mercan- tile Marine Association, Liverpool. The money is to be added to the fund for providing seamen's pensions. In connection with the naval works in progress at Portsmouth, it is reported that the Admiralty contemplate widening the famous Queen Street leading from the main entrance of the dockyard: It is estimated that the cost of acquiring the pro. perty will not be less than £ 1,000,000.

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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