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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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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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The Romford Guardians have cautioned two pensioners, who, it was reported, drove back to the workhouse in a cab, after spending their pension money. One member characterised it a.s "splendid poverty." A little town called Chilliwick, on the Fraser River, holds the curious record of having per- formed a play in which no fewer than two thou- sand individuals took part. All the characters 'were Red men. Each of the 2,922 votes recorded for Mr. Leif Jones the successful Liberal candidate, at the recent bye-election in North Westmoreland, cost 8s. lid. Major Noble's figure for 2,702 votes works out at 8s. llfd. each. 4 The election at Asgarby, near Horacastle, for a rural district councillor was a novelty. There were votes recorded by every elector, and eacii of the two candidates received seven votes the process of drawing lots the vicar was de- the process of drawing lots the vicar was de- clared returned. The. confession made by William Richardson at Wood-green that he murdered a woman in Jamaica eleven years ago proves to be a bogus one. It is supposed that he was umdei the impression that he would be .sent to his own country for trial, and so get a free passage home. w

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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