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THE WAR

WEATHER WISDOM. I

THE PRINCESS AND THE ROSES.I

JOHN O' GAUNT'S CASTLE.

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KENSAL RIS £ HORROR. I

THE FORTRESS OF VLADIVOSTOCK.…

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A Hampshire inn bears the following tem- perance sermon on the signboard, "Be ye tem- perate in all things." A record mail from Calais has been made, nearly 7,000 bags of mail and parcel-post baskets passing through the port of Dov^r. Salt Lake City has imposed a ten-mile speed- limit for motors, on the ground that one motor accident in a Mormon community may create half-a-dozen widows and convert an entire school-house into an orphanage. Killing a Mormon, says "Motoring Illustrated," entails consequences which do mot apply to an average human man. A tramp arrested at Ratiabon proved to be a former German soldier, who, after fightin'g jn the war of 1870, was taken prisoner and con- veyed to Oran, whence he was carried away by Algerian, brigands, who have held him prisoner for more than thirty years. A resident at Winterswyk, Holland, has re- ceived a German letter bearing General Nogi's signature and expressing the general's thanks for a congratulatory postcard despatched to him on the occasion of tbe fall of Poet Arthur.

I HEALTH UTTERLY BROKEN. I

I A PIGEON TALE.

I SOLDIER AND NURSE.

GASTRIC CATARRH AND INDIGESTION.

— II A COMIC CONSPIRACY.

I-I I ANOTHER FLOATING EXHIBITION.

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PUBLIC MEN ON PUBLIC MATTERS.

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I"THE LAWS DELAY." I

A FORTUNE FROM MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

IMR. ROOSEVELT'S HOLIDAY.

BLOOD SPITTING AND WEAK LUNGS.

J . DISPUTE OVER OLD BONES.

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A PRINCESS'S SARCOPHAGUS.

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----A PRISON MARRIAGE.

RAT-RIDDEJN ISLAND.

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I"WIRELESS" PUZZLE.

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