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CURRENT SPORT. i I

DAMAGES FOR LIBEL AGAINST…

SPAIN'S BOY KING. I

THE QUEEN AND CAPE TOWN CATHEDRAL.

THE VICTORIA CROSS. I

A NOTABLE CATCH. I

CAMBRIDGE HONOURS. I

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IN pursuance of the policy of rendering barrack life more pleasant in its conditions, and conse- quently more attractive, the War Office is fitting up a block of the Inkerman Barracks, at Woking, with cubicles, in order to ascertain the expediency of their adoption generally. It is believed that the prospect of separate sleeping accommodation will serve as an additional inducement to enlistment. THE French naval authorities are very well pleased, says the Cherbourg correspondent of the Daily Mail, with the experiments made with the new submarine boat Norval, which has been to a St. Malo and back in a strong westerly wind and a high sea. It is said that the submarine boat, escorted by several torpedo-boats on the surface, is about to make a long trip in mid-Channel, and to endeavour to go as far as the limit of English waters. MR. CHAUNCEY DEPEW the American orator, has been interviewed, the subject of the interview being his speeches and social duties, Popularity does not help a man of affairs in the slightest," he eaid. It is a luxury that a man of affairs has no time to acquire, and wouldn't know what to do with it if he had it. Take Mr. Morgan, for instance. His time is too much occupied with the vast enterprises he controls to leave any room for the lighter side of life. Popularity means a thousand interruptions. Popularity"—Mr. Depew spoke very feelingly— "popularity means that you can't say 'No.' When I went into the railroad business my friends prophesied that I would never be a success because I didn't know how to sav No.

I THE REVENUE.I

IDESTROYER EXPLOSION.I

IAN M.P.'S RETORT. I

ISNOW IN JUNE. I

IACROSS THE BORDER.'I

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. I

RIOTING IN BELFAST.

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