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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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Imperial Parliament.

! MR. CHAMBERLAIN ON HIS !…

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MR. CHAMBERLAIN ON HIS CAMPAIGN. Mr. Chamberlain was entertained to dinner on Monday night at the House of Commons by the group of tariff reformers who remain in the House of Commons every Monday and Thurs- day for the purpose of maintaining the Govern- ment majority and preventing the Opposition from securing a snap division. The dinner was private, although significance is attached to it by reason of the fact that no fewer than ninety- five members were present. Mr. Chamberlain made a stirring speech, in which he pointed out that the cause of tariff reform could not be won without a hard and long fight. In the course of the evening Mr. Marshall Hall proposed the health of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who was not present. The toast was received with great enthusiasm. ———————————

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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