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THE CHANNEL SQUADRON. I To-day's Standard says:—" Up to Sunday evening no information had been officially received at Devon port as to any alterations in the pro- gramme of movements of the western division of the squadron, which has been wintering in the Hamoaze. The men will return from leave to- morrow, as pre-arranged, and the Northumber- land will leave on Tuesday for Portsmouth, where Admiral de Horsey will hoist his flag. The Agincourt and Achilles will, so far as it is now known, proceed on Friday to meet the eastern division off the Eddystone, and the fleet will then proceed to Arosa Bay as arranged. ["DAILY NEWS" TELEGRAM.] I PLYMOUTH, Sunday niglit.-Enquiries made to- night do not elicit that there is any ground for the statement that the officers and men of the Channel Squadron have been suddenly called from their holiday as the result of Saturday's Cabinet Council, and in order that the squadron may at once be despatched on some special mission. The rumour seems to have originated at Portsmouth. Nothing is officially known at Devonport of any alteration in the original programme by which the squadron are to be ready to proceed to sea on Friday next.

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