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CURRENT SPORT.

GALADI OCCUPIED.¡

IMR. MCMILLAN'S EXPEDITION.I

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ILADY GRANVILLE GORDON.

FATAL MIDNIGHT RIDE.

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.

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CAMILLE HOLLAND'S DEATH PRESUMED. In the Probate Division, on the 6th inst., appli- cation was made to presume the death of Miss Camille Cecil Holland, who lived at Moat Farm, Clavering, Essex, and who, counsel stated, had not been heard of since May 18, 1899. The lady made a will in February, 1894, and the executors said the farm, property, and stock ought to be pro- tected when the police left it, or possibly the man Dougal, now in custody, might do what he liked with it. The president gave leave to presume the death on May 18, 1899.

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.