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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.

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.…

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PRINCE OF WALES AND WAR HORSES. Mr. Laurenee W. Pike, who has been agitating th*. cause of the horses wounded in battle, has received the following leiter from Sir Francis Knollys His Royalllighness yields to no one in an earnett desire I to alleviate as far as possible the sufferings of the animals who are employed in the present war, and it would afford him much pleasure, therefore, should it be practicable to see, to use Mr: Wyndhnm's words. 4 some international convention in force which would extend to wounded animals tbe same pro eot on for which the Geneva Convention provides in the case of men.' Prince of Wales is gratified at finding from the circular issued by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals that they have already taken the initiative in the matter."

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…