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-. T DEATH OF A GENERAL.'

CANADA STRIKES OIL.

SHOOTING AT A CYCLIST.

ALLEGED THIEF INJURED.

PRISONER'S DARING ESCAPE.

COSTLY BROKEN AXLE.

-------CHARGE OF STEALING…

YOUTH'S REMARKABLE CAREER.

BANQUET TO LORD KITCHENER…

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'The market place of Knaresborough contains the oldest chemist's shop in England. It is estimated that the deposits under Pl in the Post Ofiice Savings Bank are 60 per cent. of the whole number. BANQUET TO LORD KITCHENER AND MR. CHAMBERLAIN. Mr. Chamberlain and Lord Kitchener have been presented with tiie freedom of the Grocers' Com- pany, and entertained ate a banquet in the company's hall in the City of London. Mr. Cham- to the toist of "Our expi-t.ssed his gratitude lor the honour accorded to him. He paid a tribute to the patience, tenacity, and infinite resource displayed by of the great and difficult, tasks that had fallen to him. In Lord Milner we had a great administrator, who was specially qualified to complete the work which Lords Roberts and Kifchener had so well begun. It would be Lord Milner's duty to lay the foundations of freedom in South Africa. In the reorganisation of the newly-acquired territories he foresaw some- thing tllat would make the Empire more than a mere geographical expression. Loid Kitchener, also acknowledging the toast, especially thanked the Grocers' Company for their rontrilJut iOIl to the Khartoum College, which was making most satis- factory progress, and which lie hoped to open on his way out to India. There could be 110 doubt of the benefits which would come to the people of the Soudan through the college.

"COL." LYNCH COMMITTED FOR…

COLONEL FORESTIER-WALKER KILLED.

---ALPINE FATALITIES.

REFITTING II. M.S. LED A.

DAMAGES FOR A JILTED WIDOW.

--------------ACCIDENT TO…

DESTRUCTIVE PKAWN TRAWLING.

----.--WESLEYANS AND DR. BEET.

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STRANGE WILL CASE. I

STRANGE RAT STORY.

A DU At BELL'S BANK SENTENCE.

|RAILWAY REFORM.

DEMANDED CONJUGAL RIGHTS.

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