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OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

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NEWS NOTES.

-.ViSKY UNCANNY.

.. AYOMEN AND AGRICULTURE.

I; BULLETS AND SHELLS.

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---! ONE FROM THE WAR.

NEWARK ELECTION.

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NEWARK ELECTION. The result was declared on Saturday of the polling on the previous day for the election of a member for the Newark Division of Nottinghamshire to fill the vacancy caused by Lord Newark's succession to the peerage as Earl Manvers. The figures were declared astollows: eo Sir Charles Welby (C.) ol62 Mr. H. Y. Stanger (L.) 2871 Majority 2291 Previous elections have resulted as follows: 1885. Viscount Newark (C.) 5283 T. Earp (L.) 3519 Conservative majority 1764 1886. Viscount Newark (C.), unopposed. 1892. Viscount Newark (C.), unopposed. 1895. Hon. H. H. Finch-Hatton (C.), unopposed. By-election, May, 1898. Viscount Newark (C.), unopposed. Sir Charles Glynne Earle Welby, the new member, is son of Sir William Earle Wei by-Gregory, fourth baronet. Born in 1865, he succeeded his father in 1893, and was private secretary to the Marquis of Lansdowne, Secretary of State for War, from 1895 to 1899, when he resigned. He is a deputy- lieutenant and a justice of the peace for Lincoln- shire. He married in 1887 Maria Louise Helen, daughter of the late Lord Augustus Hervey, M.P. Sir Charles was created a CJB. in 1897.

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!IN THE DIAMOND CITY.

WHERE BRITAIN IS BEATEN.

THE " PIGEON CURE."

BOER PRISONERS.

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