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SAILOR'S STORY.

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NEWS NOTES.

COLLIERY FIRE.

MR. CHAPLIN ON VACCINATION.

BOILER EXPLOSION.

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MANY TONS OF PRODUCE LOST.

I. ¡ J RARE BIRDS SHOT.

BIRMINGHAM FAT STOCK SHOW

THE MUCKROSS ESTATE.

KIPLING AS A JOURNALIST.

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KIPLING AS A JOURNALIST. In the Windsor Magazine is a detailed account of the little-known life of Rudyard Kipling. Of his journalistic career the writer says In the autumn of 1882, having finished his course at school, a posi- tion was secured for him on the Civil and Military Gazette, Lahore. The Civil and Military Gazette is the chief journal of North- Western India, owned and conducted by the managers and owners of the Alla- habad Pioneer, the ablest and most influential of all Indian newspapers published in the interior of the country. For five years he worked hard and steadily on the Gazette. Much of the work was simple drudgery. He shirked nothing. The editor-in-chief was a somewhat grim man, who believed in snubbing his subordinates, and who, though he recognised the talents of the clever pup,' as he called him, and allowed him a pretty free hand in his contributions to the paper, yet was inclined to exact from him the full tale of the heavy routine work of a newspaper office.

MISS MASSETS MOVEMENTS.

OUR " NATIONAL TRUST."

'ITHE QUEEN AS A COMFORTER.

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SAILORS' PERILS.

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MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S YOUTH.

THEATRE DESTROYED BY FIRE

HOW MONCRIEFFE WENT TO THE…

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POST OFFICE TELEPHONES.

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GOT HER FEET WET.

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THE WATER-TIGER.

MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND IN THE…

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DEATH OF DR. CHALMERS.

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THE GERMAN EMPEROR'S VISIT.

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