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I DEATH OF LORD CHELMSFORD.

I THE PIRACY OF MUSIC. |

DEATH OF LORD ST. HELIER.I

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Mrs. Brown stone "I should think you would? feel afraid, living way off here in the country ™ so many tramps about." Mrs. Meadow:' e 1, I am sometimes, j s'pose you don't have tramps m the city.' Mrs. Brownstone: "No, indeed. We have nothing to fear but ponce. Mrs. McSpratt: ((Isn't it remarkable how many mysterious disappearances there are?" Mr. McSpatt: "Oh, I dunno. Most of 'em are taarried." Great Statesman "How would you like to be appointed minister plenipotentiary and envoy ex- traordinary to some foreign country?" Hench- man: "No use. It wouldn't look dignified,, fer tne ter be scramblin' 'round a fureign country after boodle. I'd ruther stay here."

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| THE KING AND QUEEN. !

I THE BUDGET IN BRIEF.

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I MISS CHAMBERLAIN SPEAKS…

! THE MAD MULLAH.'

I KILLED BY A CAf. J

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r WEAKNESS AND KIDNEY TROUBLE.…

RIVALRY AND RACE ANTAGONISM…

HOW THE LUNGS BECOME ! DISEASED.…

-: SURGEON'S SELF-SACRIFICE.…

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THE WARj I

COLLAPSE OF A RESERVOIR IN…

I CAMBRIAN OOLLIERY EXPLOSION-…

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