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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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THE INDIAN EARTHQUAKE.

ILIVERPOOL AND MR. LEVER.I

THE KAISER'S CRUISE AT MESSINA.

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Statistics of the United States army show, the "Army and Navy Gazette" says, that of the 60,000 aggregate, only 24,000 men of the infantry, and 12,000 of the cavalry, are being trained as marksmen. Of the National Guard forces, amounting to 115,000 approximately, only about one-thisd of the States have ranges or mabe any pretenca of training riflemen. Of a land force of 400,000 or 500,000 troops, at the very outside, under existing circumstances, only 80,000 or 20 to 25 per cent. would have been trained in the handling of a modern weapon and in accuracy of .shooting.

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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