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ITHE COBDEN CLUB.l

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BURNING HOUSE MYSTERY. I

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IKING EDWARD AND PEACE.

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I KING EDWARD AND PEACE. I THE NEW CABINET AND FRANCE. The Paria "Matin" publishes a declaration which King Edward is said to have recently made to a French statesman at Buckingham Palaœ. "I have reaetons for believing," his Majesty is represented as saying, "that whatever impres- sion may have prevailed! on the Continent, no nation has really thought of troubling the peace of Europe, and I am certain tjta-t, at present, no nation thinks of disturbing it. The new Cabinet and its head, Sir Henry j CMnphell-Bannetrtnan, aire,animated by sincerely pacific intentions. As regards the relatione of France and England there will be no change whatever. All the members of the Government ai* firm friends of France, and Sir Edward Grey, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, is a particularly loyal and determined partisan of the entente cordiale." Referring to Anglo-Russian relations, King Edward remarked— "Under the preceding Cabinet England has already sought to (bring about a friendly under* standing with the Russian Empire. It is the intention of the present Liberal Cabinet to oontinne aad to increase as far as possible this raproohement, in order to completely dispel all cause of misunderstanding and any conflict of interest between the two countries.

; THE ROYAL TOUR IN INDIA.

GREAT RAILWAY MAGNATE. I

A FAMILY SUFFOCATED.

DEATH OF A BARONET.I

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THE NIGHT. j

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I LINER ON FIRE.

CHAMPION SHOT IN THE NAVY.

FIRE BRIGADE AND MADMAN. I

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I .......... THE - GENERALELECTIOIM.…

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IBACK TO JAPAN.

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