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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.

IDEATH OF MR. REGISTRAR HANNEN.I…

I ALIEN PILOTS.I

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I ALIEN PILOTS. Mr. Gerald Balfour, President of the Board of Trade, on Monday received a deputation repre- senting British pilots, who protested against the present system of granting pilot certificates to aliens. Mr. Balfour said he could not that day express any definite opinion on the contention laid before him. They were practically asking him to reverse a decision arrived at by a Select Committee of the House of Commons and embodied in an Act of Parliament in 1889. Since that date the number of alien pilots had only increased from 30 to 70, a very small percentage of the 2430 licensedjnlots. The danger from alien pilots in time of war appeared to be a question for the Ad- miralty, and he would bring the matter before that department, and further consider the matter after receiving their opinion.

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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.