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OUK LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

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, NEvVS NOTES.

THE PROMOTION OF GEN ERAL!…

WILL CORDITE BE DISUSED ?

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"WEEK'S TEll GAHEN HEAME?"

THE SCENE OF THE QUEEN'S i

GENERAL SYMONS' FUNERAL.

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GENERAL SYMONS' FUNERAL. I At 3.30 p.m., on October 23 (says a message to hand by runner from Ladysmith) General Symons expired. He was IJllrieB on the 24th. His body was sewn in a Union Jack, and was carried to tbe Church of England burial-ground by the non-commissioned officers and men of the Hospital Staff. All the officers who could attended, and as the body was taken out of the camp every man who was able stood to atten- tion. The funeral was most impressive. All the Boers r.iised the;r hats as the procession passed to the burial-ground, where many of them attended the service, behaving most respectfully..

PRISONERS AT CAPE TOWN. !

BRAVERY IN THE FIELD.

AFTER THE WAR.

SIR HARRY JOHNSTO}.""S. MISSION.

AETHERIC TELEGRAPHY IN THE…

PRINCE OF WALES AND WAR HORSES.…

FRENCH SUPERSTITION.

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A SERGEANT'S EXPERIENCES.1

A PLUCKY CHAPLAIN.

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ROYAL ACADEMY STUDENTS.

"ELIJAH" AT WINDSOR.

MINER'S THRILLING ESCAPE FROM…

THE WARWICK HOSTEL.

THE BOERS AND KHAKI.

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GERMAN EXPLORATION IN EAST…

ZULU LOYALTY TO ENGLAND.

IMPORTING SERVANTS-

A NEGRO BURNED ALIVE.

,..V -■ MR. CHAPLIN ON TUE…