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William naunders, a boy or seven, was playing in the yard of a funeral mason at Carshalton on Saturday when he dislodged a large marble cross, which fell on him and killed him. The tenth annual festival of the National Union of School Orchestras was held at the Crystal Palace on Saturday, when 6,500 boy and girl violinists drawn from the school orchestras in London and vicinity were the performers. A motion, supported by 140 members, to be introduced in the Duma urges that M. Sikorski, the inventor and builder of the aeroplane in which he lias been carrying as many as ten passengers and ascending to great heights, shall be granted £ 10,000. "X have always found that a word of en- couragement is more useful than a word of criticism," declared Mr. H. Gordon Self- ridge on Saturday at the annual prize distri- bution to the lads and lasses who are study- ing business at Selfridge's. The Marquess de Soveral has been robbed of three antique gold watches of French make by two men who visited his house in Gran- ville-place on Saturday., The men posed at window cleaners. —

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