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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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COLONEL R. G. BROADWOOD, of the 12th Lancers, who has been selected for special service in South Africa, has held the command of the cavalry of the Egyptian army since November, 1898. The colonel, whose period of service dates back to 1881, and who secured a majority 16 years later, served with the Dongola expeditionary force under Lord Kitchener in 1889, and his conduct at Firket and Hafir was mentioned in despatches and rewarded with the brevet rank of lieutenant-colonel. The colonel is a Staff College man. THE Vienna Meteorological Institute promises us a mild and warm winter. It seems that mild winters go in cycles, and the coming winter should be the last of the cycle which began in 1896. Many people will probably be glad to avoid the rigours of a hard winter, but on the other side of the account it must not be forgotten that a ereen Yuletide makes a fat kirkyard.

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…

!AUTOMOBILISM IN ENGLAND.I

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HOW THE WOUNDED ARE TENDED;

,STARTLING DISCOVERY.

NIGER COAST EXPEDITION.

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