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CURRENT SPORT. I

CONGO CANNIBALS.

COMMISSIONS IN THE ARMY.

THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS.

AN OLD SURVIVAL.

A DRAMATIC SUICIDE.

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Of the 3,616 fires in Londbn last year, 367 were due to untknown causes, while 824 were caused by lights being thrown down, 196 by children playing with fire, and! 171 by lamp accidents. A marriage is arranged, and will shortly take place at Simla, between Mr. Reginald A. Mant, I.C.S., Deputy Secretary to the Govern- ment of India, Finance Department, and Eileen Gertrude Tandy, elder daughter of Colonel E. O. Tandy, I.M.S., retired. The King of Assam has 200 wives, who are divided into nine grades. When one of them dlies her body is lo-wered from the roof of the pala.ce to :he 'buried!; the low in Assami prohibits the carrying otf a. corpse through the doors. The Commissioner of Metropolitan Police has contributed E20 to the fundis of the Church Army, in recognition of the useful services rendered iby the society in finding employment for ex-prisoners. Digging the foundations for Dover Harbour, four nuen work in a diving bell, under an air- pressure of 271b. to 1 sq. in. The diggers, who throw the amterw into a large wooden box swung in the centre of the bell, are relieved every three houra.

THE INDIAN EARTHQUAKE.

ILIVERPOOL AND MR. LEVER.I

THE KAISER'S CRUISE AT MESSINA.

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Imperial Parliament.

! MR. CHAMBERLAIN ON HIS !…

PEACE IN SOMALILAND.

DISGRACEFUL SCENES AT A FUNERAL.

UNIONIST FREE TRADE CLUB.I

GENERAL BOOTH'S BIRTHDAY.…

BISHOP OF LONDON ON TEMPERANCE.

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