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'1_**'— - WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

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DECISIVE VICTORY IN TIIF,…

CHILD MURDER BY BABY-FArtMERS.

THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF BRITISH…

I I ONLY ONE SOUTH AFRICA.

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CUllKiflJT SPORT.

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WAR PHOTOGRAPHS TO ORDER.…

i DISPUTING THE CLAIMS OF…

ABOUT SHORT-SIGHTED PEOPLE.…

THE ARMAMENT OF A. BATTLESHIP.

CONCERNING CRICKET.

SIR W. MACCORMAC AT SEDAN.

THE CHITRAL GARRISON.

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IDISCOVERY AT THE FORUM.I

" CORNER " IN CATS.

AMERICAN MINERAL WEALTH.

SALVATIONIST NURSES FOR THE…

FROM JOHANNESBURG TO DURBAN.

..t FAMINE IN BRITISH EAST…

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FAMINE IN BRITISH EAST AFRICA. Reports from the British East Africa Protectorate point to the existence of a state of things which, says the- Scotsman, is not only distressing, but alarming. The extent of the famine which has devastated the Protectorate has never, perhaps, been quite fully realised in this country, although Sir Arthur Hardinge has recently placed on record some facts Vfliich enow its exceptional severity, and has pointed out the utter inadequacy of the means which are being employed to cope with it. The individual Europeans resident in East Africa and the local agencies—in particular the missiouary societies- have done what they could to assist the starving natives, but there is a strong feel in, throughout East. Africa that the distress cannot properly be met by private efforts, and that the British Government must recognise its responsibility in the matter.

!AUTOMOBILISM IN ENGLAND.I

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HOW THE WOUNDED ARE TENDED;

,STARTLING DISCOVERY.

NIGER COAST EXPEDITION.

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