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I THE RAISING OF THE CI.V.…

ORIGINS OF IMPERIAL BRITAIN.…

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A PARIS correspondent says that the sudden clos- ing of the Columbia Theatre has deprived a large number of ballot gi rls!of their means of livelihood. A large number of English girls were dealt with by the English Consular authorities, who provided them with money for their fares to London. A SQUADRON of cavalry which'was sent to the village of Durankuluk. in the district of Varna, the inhabi- I tants having offered forcible resistance to the collec- tion of the tithes, was fired on by the villagers during its march, and two officers were killed. The soldiers returned the fire and wounded about thirty persons. THE Great Northern Company announce that the new station at Nottingham, the joint property of the Great Northern and Great Central Railways, will for the future be known as the Victoria Station. IT is common in Samoa for girls to bear boys' names, and for boys to bear girls' names. If a boy is born soon after the death of a brother, or a boy soon after the death of a sister, it is inferred that the spirit of the deceased has been transferred from one child to the other, and the name of the dead child is given to the latest arrivaL

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THE KING AND THE BOTANIST.

REMARKABLE WATCH.

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ITHE WAR. 1

ADMIRAL MAXSE DEAD.I

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THE CRISIS IN CHINA. I

-____-_. LIBELLING A PRINCE.

MARRIAGE OF MISS CLARA BUTT.

I COMPENSATION APPEAL CASE.