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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 !…

PEACE IN SOMALILAND.

DISGRACEFUL SCENES AT A FUNERAL.

UNIONIST FREE TRADE CLUB.I

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UNIONIST FREE TRADE CLUB. The Duke of Devonshire, presiding in London on Monday night over the first dinner of the Unionist Free Trade Club, said that they had reason to complain of the course which Mr. Balfour had taken in refusing to give a clear and decided lead on the fiscal question, with the result that they could not tell whether his policy was substantially, if not literally, con- sistent with the principles of Free Trade, or whether they were compelled to count him among the number of convert, if not direct, ad- herents of the Tariff Reform policy. But the cause of Free Trade, for the next Parliament at least, was not in any danger. The danger lay in the possibility that the Unionist Party might be converted as a whole to the fallacies of Pro- tection, and therefore their object ought to be to assist in securing the return of as many as might be of their present Free Trade Unionist members of Parliament. Viscount Goschen, Lord Balfour of Burleigh, and Mr. A. Elliott, M.P., also spoke.

GENERAL BOOTH'S BIRTHDAY.…

BISHOP OF LONDON ON TEMPERANCE.

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