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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.…

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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His performance of the Foreman of the Jury in Trial by Jury revealed his talents as a comic actor, but it was not till he assumed the character of the Rev. Robert Spalding in The Private Secre- tary," following Mr. Beerbohm Tree in the part, thit he took his nrbper place. WHEN FEELING LIVERISH REMEMBER WW that CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS "Touch" the Liver. They absolutely cure Sick Headache, Bilious- ness. Torpid Liver, Indigestion, Constipation, 8allow Skin, Dizziness, Furred Tongue. Small pill, small price, small dose* purely vegetable, forty in a phial. age One Night. Is. lid. of all Chemists.. Be sure they are CASTER'S. BEAUTIFUL TEETH FOR ALL WHO USE daily on the tooth brush a few drops of SOZUDONT, the pleasantest dentifrio« in the world. Cleansesthe teeth, and spaces between them as nothing else will. Sound and pearly white teeth, rosy lips, and fragrant breatn ensured. Ask for SOZODONT. 2s. 6d. Colonel ALBERT EDWARD W. GOLDSMID, who has been appointed Assistant-Adititant- eneral on General Kelly-Kenny's staff, is the eldest "son of the late Henry Edward Goldsinid, H.E.I.C.S., formerly Chief Secretary to the Bombay Govern- ment, and was born at Poona in 1846. He was educated at Sandhurst and graduated at the Staff College, his first appointment being as Adjutant of the 140th Fusiliers in 1871. At present he -in Assistant Adiut*r.VGeneral of the Thamet District,

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GERMAN EXPLORATION IN EAST…

ZULU LOYALTY TO ENGLAND.

IMPORTING SERVANTS-

A NEGRO BURNED ALIVE.

,..V -■ MR. CHAPLIN ON TUE…