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.......-OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

NEWS NOTES.

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! A SURREY WONDER.

THE KEEPERSHIP OF THE RA.

TURNER'S FIRST EXHIBITED PICTURE.

jATTACKED BY AN ORANG-OUTANG

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THE WAR.

A BURNS FESTIVAL.

THE SERVICES OF THE CHURCH

SINGULAR FALSE PRETENCE.

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EVERY BULLET ITS OWN DOCTOR.

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EVERY BULLET ITS OWN DOCTOR. In spite of the terrible increase in the destractive- ness of modern warfare, the tendency of the times is to make a conflict as humane as practicable. For this reason the use of copper-covered bullets has been frowned upon, and a medical man now comes forward with a plan that he claims will wonderfully mitigate the suffering of a man whose body has been perfo- rated by the modern small calibre bullet. The phy- sician's idea is to attach a small wad of antiseptic cotton to the rear of the bullet. This would be covered by the shell of the cartridge and could not interfere with loading or firing. As the bullet passes through a person the wad will antisepticise the wound and prevent consequent suppuration.

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LIFE IN SIBERIAN R

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