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FIRE IN A TUNNEL. I

STRANGE PULPIT ADDRESS.I

PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.I

CYCLISTS AND RAILWAYS.

THE NATION'S GUESTS. I

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North-Eastern Railway guards are^gitating far a redress of grievances. The newengines have brought about a diminution in the number of guards' vans, and consequently, fewer guards have been needed. The work, however, has been divided among the men, who have been on short time, often four days a week. The guards ask that a section should be employed in other depart- ments, and that all of them should be able to earn "a living wage."

[TRANSVAAL TRADE. 111

IA RACE OF BATTLESHIPS. I

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AN INF ANTS DEBTS. j

THE KAISER'S PALM WREATH.

IHOW OLD EGGS ARE SOLD.I

CRIMINAL'S FIERCE BEHAVIOUR.I

I=== I BRISK EMIGRATION.I

! NEW QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL.I

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THE IRISH MOTOR RACE.

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A FISHY DINNER.

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"EDNA LYALL'S" WILL. I

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.I

I TAMPERED WITH A SHELL. I

LICENSING DIFFICULTIES. I

THE MONROE DOCTRINE. I

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THE VENTRILOQUIST'S SECRET.…

FRENCH SMOKERS.

COMING CRICKETERS.

- POLAR SLEDGING

NEWSPAPER PRESS FUND..-I

|MR. HANBURY ON AGRICULTURE.…

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