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THE" TOMB OF ROMULUS." I

DECREASE OF RABIES. 1

FAMORA. I

;THE CANCER SERUM. I

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AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. I

THE PASSION PLAY.

TROOPS FOR THE TRANSVAAL.…

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QUEEN'S FIRST RAILWAY JOURNEY.

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I THE POTATO CROP.

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I THE POTATO CROP. In some parts of the country the potatoes look- exceedingly good. In spite of the dry weather the plants have kept in good health, and have grown sturdily, giving good signs of a fine grade crop later on. There can be no doubt (says the Fruit Grower) that we shall, provided nothing unusual happens, have a really good yield of tubers in the coming season, and we see little fear of any- thing arising now to induce disease. Though the dry weather does not suit all plants, it is good for the potato, and as a result we look forward to a very clean, healthy, and satisfactory yield. In Kent, Sussex, and Surrey, the potato fields are in fine con- dition, and growers express themselves highly satisfied with the condition of the plants at present.

INTERVENTION IN DIVORCE SUITS.

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OUR LONDON CORESPONDENT, I

NEWS NOTES.

LAUNCING AT THE LIZARD. I…

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-SUMMER AND ITS PERILS. I

IA BIU BLAST.