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CURRENT SPORT.

I TWO GREAT STRIKES.

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VICAR AS LABOURER. I

THE ALLEGED MATRICIDE. I

,QUARANTINED PRISONER. I

ICHASED FOR SIX MONTHS. I

I CORNERING BRITISH POTTERY.

MR. CHAMBERLAIN AND CHINESE…

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MR. CHAMBERLAIN AND CHINESE LABOUR. Mr. Chamberlain, in a letter to a correspondent respecting Chinese labour for South Africa, says that, when Colonial Secretary, he laid down the principle that the Imperial Government should offer no objection to the employment of Asiatic labour if it was desired by the great majority of the white inhabitants of the two colonies. He assumed the Government had satisfied themselves that that condition had been fulfilled. If so, it would be dis- astrous to override the wishes of our fellow subjects on the spot. So far from competing with white men's labour, Chinese labour would, if successful, pave the way for the introduction of a much larger number of British workmen than would otherwise find occupation in South Africa. Such an increase of British labour was desirable on political and social grounds.

J THE GENERAL ELECTION.

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MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL'S I…

DEATH OF MR. FRED MACCABE.…

THE WRECKED SUBMARINE.

i MARRIAGE OF LORD INGESTRE.

IFATHER'S DOUBLE MURDER.

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iTHE POPE'S DOCTOR. I

I KILLED BY KURDS.I

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ART AND LITERATURE. -