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-----HUSBAND'S NOVEL PLIGHT.

FORTY LIVES LOST.

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POLAR RELIEF EXPEDITION.I

IMPERIAL PREFERENTIAL TRADE.

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IMPERIAL PREFERENTIAL TRADE. Mr. Chamberlain, replying to a letter from Mr. Boscawen, M.P., says that he has never suggested any tax whatever on raw materials such as wool or cotton, and believes that such a tax is entirely un- necessary for the purpose he has in view—that, is, for a mutual preference with our Colonies, and for enabliii"' us to bargain for better terms with our foreign° competit ors. As regards food, there is nothing in the policy of tariff reform which need increase in the slightest degree the cost of living of imv family in this country. the fifth Congress of Chambers oi Commerce of the Empire was opened on Monday at Montreal, under the presidency of Lord Brassey. Lord Strathcona, in opening the proceedings, said that only a comparatively slight change would be jrequired in the United Kingdom to bring pre- ferential trade within the Empire into operation. Lord Brassev invited the congress to find a solution for the problem raised by Mr. Chamberlain's pro- posals, which he accepted as designed to strengthen the Imperial connection.

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HEROISM ON H.M.S. BLAKE.

DOCTOR BLEEDS TO DEATH.

MANIACS AWFUL DEED.

WIRELESS MONEY ORDER OFFICE.

SMASH ON THE MIDLAND.

COLLISION IN THE SOLENT.

SHOCKING TRIPLE MURDER.

UNCLE CHARGED WITH ABDUCTION.

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