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. OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.…

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.

MISS MASSETS MOVEMENTS.

OUR " NATIONAL TRUST."

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OUR NATIONAL TRUST." Sir Henry Fowler, addressing a meeting in aid of the families of the local Reservists at Wolver- hampton, said the Reserves had responded to the nation's call to an extent which the most sanguine advocates of the new system never contemplated. War was so mechanical nowadays that it had been predicted that individual bravery would decline, but there had been no war in the history of the British Army in which more personal gallantry had been, displayed than in the present campaign. It was gratifying to recognise that troughout the length and breadth of the Empire our obligation to the army was being recognised. In his opinion the widows, and orphans were a national trust, and he held the doctrine that when a man lost his life in the service of his country, the country was bound to provide for his widow and children.

'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…

CHINESE MISSIONARY'S DIFFICULTY.

POST OFFICE TELEPHONES.

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GOT HER FEET WET.

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MISSIONARIES FOR ] 5,000,000…

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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