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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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A PRINCESS'S SARCOPHAGUS.

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A PRINCESS'S SARCOPHAGUS. Professor Naville and Mr. Hall are still pro- ceeding apace with their discoveries at Deir-el- Bahari (Thebes). They have found in the eleventh dynasty temple a sarcophagus of white marble. It was made for the Princess Kaa, and asfits like for fine workmanship has as yet not been seen, it will be kept by the Egyptian Museum authorities. From certain inscriptions they have been able to determine that King Nebkheru-ra's wife was an Ethiopian. These two gentlemen have also un- earthed some magnificent statues of Usertsen IL. and two of these will be exhibited at the Egypt Exploration Fund Exhibition in London this summer, the remainder of the statues being re- tained in the Cairo Museum.

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----A PRISON MARRIAGE.

RAT-RIDDEJN ISLAND.

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I"WIRELESS" PUZZLE.

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