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DIABOLICAL PLOT AGAINST LORD…

ANGLO-FRENCH CONFLICT;

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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The Countess of Albemarle presented net? colours to the 4th Battalion of the Norfolk Regi. ment, of which Lord Albemarle is hon. colonel. The Asoot Ball will not take place this year. Four hundred Paris firms have applied for space at the Glasgow exhibition. A locomotive collided with a passenger train at the Gare au Midi, Brussels, several persons being injured. Queen Wilhelmina, it is now reported from the Hague, will be married in that city, probably on January 31st. Duke Hendrik is learning Dutch. Inflammation of the brain caused the death of Mrs. Paget, wife of the Dean of Christ Church, Oxford. Another death, making five in one district, from typhoid fever has been reported at Plymouth. This last fatal case is due to an infected milk supply. The statement that Anton Hanslian is walking 7,000 miles in order to win a wager is quite de- void of truth. The statement has been made simnlv for the ourooses of advertisement.

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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