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CURRENT SPORT. I

THE REVENUE. - I

FATAL GAS EXPLOSION. I

COOLGARDIE FRAUDS.I

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. -1

ROYAL VISIT TO DEVONSHIRE.

THE TRANSVAAL.

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THE TRANSVAAL. The Transvaal Raad on Monday authorised the Government to amend the franchise, according another member to all constituencies for the First Raad only. The new draft is to be submitted to the burghers for approval. President Kruger stated that the members of the Executive found the burghers as firm as a rock on the question of independence, and he trusted that the Raad would show the same spirit. From Kimberley,, the Standard corre- spondent telegraphs that arms and ammunition are being distributed by the authorities of the Free State among the burghers stationed on the frontier in that direction. TIIE UITLANDER DEMANDS. I Mr. Hofmeyr went on to Pretoria from Bloem- fontein on Tuesday afternoon. The Uitlander Council in Johannesburg has issued a declaration embodying their demands for alterations in the Transvaal Constitution. The Johannesburg police have been ordered not to carry revolvers while they are on ordinary patrol duty in the town. A letter is Published addressed by Mr. Chamberlain to M. 'ves Guyot on the subject of the scheme propounded by the latter for the settlement of the Uitlander diffi- culty. Mr. Chamberlain shows that he forestalled M. Guyot in proposing this solution to the Trans- vaal Government.

THE PRINCE OF WALES AT DALKEITH.

SOUDAN HEROES. I

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I OPERA AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

HONOURABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY.

- . - DOMINION DAY.

I THE POISON BY POST CASE.

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