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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.

IPOSTPONEMENT OF A ROYALI…

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TnE tomb of Lunalilo, the" Barefoot King of Hawaii," was recently opened, and it was found that the remains bad been removed, and that the metal casket contained only portions of the grave-clothes. GREAT BRITAIN is reported to be at present abso- lutely free from cattle disease of every kind. Not for .,years have the cattle of the kingdom presented so clea-a a bill of health. A CHTJJTCH parade of Kent cyclists will take place at Canterbury Cathedral on Sunday, July 16, when there will be a service, at which Dean Farrar, him- self the president of the Cantuar Cycling Club, will preach. Cyclists are to be allowed to stable their jaMAinM in the cloisters for the occasion.

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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