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DISPUTE ABOUT A HOLYWELL HOTEL.…

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CURRENT POLITICS.

THE LATE BROTHER PRINCE.

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A FIREMAN BURNED TO DEATH.

THE FRENCH AMBASSADOR ON PEACE.

FEMALE ARTISTS.

BARKING DISASTER.

SENTENCE ON "HARRY THE VALET."

THE GORDON MEMORIAL COLLEGE.

IN A STORM ON HELVELLYN.

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AFRICAN FIGHTING,

MAJOR MACDONALDS REPORT.

I OLD-AGE PENSIONS.

EXCESSIVE IMPORTS.

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EXCESSIVE IMPORTS. Sir R. Giffen read a paper on The Excess of Imports" to the members of the Royal Statistical Society on Tuesday night. Having explained the causes of the excess of imports over exports, he pointed out that incessant changes had been going on in the nature of our foreign trade. He said he did believe that there would be a decline in English trade generally, but should it come, it would be through our own fault and supineness, and not from any lack of the conditions and the opportunity to advance. On the motion of Mr. L. Courtney, M.P., who presided, ft Tote of thanks was passed to Sir R. Giffen for his paper.

MR. LEOPOLD DE ROTHSCHILD…

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