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I FIELD AJN1) FARM.

I GARDENING GOSSIP.

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THE AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS…

SIR EDWARD HULSE'S WILL. I

IWASTE OF BREAD BY SOLDIEPS.

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WASTE OF BREAD BY SOLDIEPS. In drawing attention to the terrible waste of bread that is so prevalent not only at Aldershot but else- where, Sir Redvers Buller has put (remarks a con- temporary) his finger on a crying evil. The Army and Navy Gazette, writing on this subject, points out that the evil is one which experience shows is very difficult to remedy. If Sir Redvers Buller, says our "Service" contemporary, can solve the problem he will have accomplished a great reform, but dining- rooms on the ground floor and near the cook-house seem to offer the best chance of success. The secret ties in the power to prevent more bread from reach- ing the hands of any man than the quantity that he actually can eat at the time.

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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