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FIELD AND FARM.

IGARDENING GOSSIP. I

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-NERYIE'S LESSON.

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION".…

THE RED CROSS AT SEA. I

THE MARLBOROUGH GEMS. I

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I THE CATHEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME.

EXPEDITION TO MOUNT KENIA.

BOER NAMES FOR THE BRITISH.…

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BOER NAMES FOR THE BRITISH. In connection with a telegram sent by the Cape Town correspondent of the Daily News, who says that the chief danger there is considered to be the genuine belief of the old Boers that fighting the rooincks will mean a bloodless victory, our con- temporary, quoting from Mr. Bryce's "South Africa," quotes the Boer names for the British. Their usual term, when they talk among themselves, for an Englishman is rotten egg.' The other com- mon Boer name for an Englishman is red neck,' drawn from the fact that the back of an Englishman's neck is often burned red by the sun."

TICKETS TO MATRIMONY. I

ALIEN IMMIGRATION.

BATH'S HISTORIC HOUSES. I

DEAD OR ALI YE—WHICH ?I

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I _THE QUEEN'S LEVEE.7

I _EXPLOSIVES BY POST.

ASCENSION DAY.

FIFTEEN CHILDREN DROWNED.

-BRITISH MUSEUM'S GIFT.

MR. CECIL RHODES, "D. C. L."

GOLD IN A MATTRESS.

THE WRECK OF THE LOCH SLAY.

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