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CURRENT SPORT.

GALADI OCCUPIED.¡

IMR. MCMILLAN'S EXPEDITION.I

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ILADY GRANVILLE GORDON.

FATAL MIDNIGHT RIDE.

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FATAL MIDNIGHT RIDE. In the Westminster Coroner's Court, on Monday, Mr. Troutbeck held an inquest on the body of Henry Bowman Cochrane, aged twenty- eight, of Queen's-terrace-mews, Kensington, who was fatally injured while riding near Hyde Park on Wednesday of last week. James Alexander Cochrane, of Manchester, identified the body as that of his brother, and described him as an insurance manager. It was stated in evidence that Mr. H. B. Cochrane went home about one o'clock in the morning. As he suffered from sleeplessness he saddled a bay cob and went out for a ride. Mr. Charles Leslie Cockle, an officer of the Imperial Yeomanry, said he met Mr. Cochrane, and when near Prince's-gate the horse fell and rolled on its rider. Witness thought the horse had bolted. The surgical evidence showed that Mr. Cochrane's skull was fractured and the brain lacerated. He died about an hour after the accident happened. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned.

THE PRINCE AND THE NAVY.

" „ ,.,„„. \ IRISH LAND BILL.

CHARGES OF "COOPERING."

I -THE KING IN PORTUGAL.

DREYFUS AGAIN.

GREAT STRIKE IN HOLLAND. I

ICAMILLE HOLLAND'S DEATH PRESUMED.

IDEATH OF MR. REGISTRAR HANNEN.I…

I ALIEN PILOTS.I

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I CHAPMAN HANGED.

"FASTING" IN THE OLDEN TIME.…

TRAGIC VILLAGE FIRE,'

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I VANISHING HELIGOLAND.

I HOIST BY HIS OWN PETARD.

I A ROYAL EARL.

I MEDICAL MEN INCREASING.

I COMPENSATION FOR LICENSES.

I TWO KINDS OF PLANTS.

I A TERRIBLE DEATH-DEALER.

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I SUPPRESSING THE CIGARETTE.