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THE VOTES OF CENSURE. !

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ILLEGAL CONVEYANCE OF DYNAMITE.

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION. The Duke of Cambridge, presiding at the general meeting of the National Rifle Association on Tues- day, announced that, as the evening was found to be the most favourable time for firing, the council had instituted evening prizes. There would, he also stated, be competitors at Wimbledon this year from Australia and Calcutta. He thought this a proper opportunity of expressing his sense, and the sense of every man, of the conduct of the Australian colonies in coming forward in moments of danger to stand shoulder to shoulder with the Old Country. It was not true, and he took the opportunity most emphatic- ally to deny, that any impediment had been thrown in the way of this movement by the military authori- ties. Such was not the case. The military authorities were only too glad to welcome this offer, but, of course, many details had to be arranged. The report having been adopted, the Duke of Cambridge signified his willingness to accept the office of president for the ensuing iyear.

ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES.

MR. O'BRIEN'S SUSPENSION.

FARMERS' POLITICAL INTERESTS.

CODIFICATION OF COMMERCIAL…

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ST ASAPH DISTRICT HIGHWAY…

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RHYL I' PLEASANT EVENINGS."

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