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I FIELD AJN1) FARM.

I GARDENING GOSSIP.

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THE AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS…

SIR EDWARD HULSE'S WILL. I

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SIR EDWARD HULSE'S WILL. I The will of Sir Edward Hulse, of 47, Portland- place, London, and of Briemore House, near Salis- bury, who died on June 11 last, aged 90 years, has been proved. The testator made no further provi- sion for his eldest son, Sir Edward Henry Hulse,who is otherwise well provided for, but he bequeathed the family diamonds to be held upon the same trusts as if they had been included with other heirlooms in a deed of settlement made between himself and his son and Sir Edward Levy Lawson. The will also states. In order to enable my wife to make any memorial or other presents or gifts to any persons she may think fit, and to or for the benefit of any mission churches or charitable or religious societies or institutions with or in which I shall be or have been connected or interested, but without in any way fettering her discretion or imposing upon her any enforceable trust or obligation, I give to her the power to appoint by deed or will, out of my residuary trust estate, to any person or persons, including herself, any sum or sums not exceeding in the whole £ 10,000, but I direct that, unless my wife shall otherwise direct, no such appointed sum shall be paid until the sums directed to be primarily raised after her death out of my residuary trust estate for the benefit of my four younger children shall have been paid in full." The testator ordered that after the death of Lady Hulse the trustees should raise for his son, Major Charles Westrow Hulse, 420,000; for his son Hamilton John, £ 50,000; and for his two daughters, E25,000 each; and that further sums of E50,000 each should then be raised for his said two sons, and that the ultimate residue should be in trust for two of his sons and his two daughters. The whole of the late Sir Edward Hulse's estate has been valued for probate at E1428 9s. lid.

IWASTE OF BREAD BY SOLDIEPS.

IPOSTPONEMENT OF A ROYALI…

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A FIGHT THAT FAILED.

OPERATIONS ON SALISBURY PLAIN.…

AN ARTIST'S WILL. I

AUTHORS' CLUB, I

MELODRAMA AND REALISM. I

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I THE MANACLES ROCKS.

ISERVANTS' WAGES. I

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ILONDON'S POOR.-

IPRESENTS TO THE QUEEN.

ITHE UGANDA RAILWAY.

CAPTURED BY CANNIBALS.-

ITRANS-AFRICAN TELEGRAPH.

IREMARKABLE LIKENESS.

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