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IWOMEN'S FIERCE DUEL.

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INEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS.

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¡- Arrangements are being made by the Robin Society to feed) several thousands of poor London children during the next fortnight. Experiments in the Channel Fleet with north-country coal mixed with oil show that it is practically as good! as Welsh coal. If north- country coal were generally adopted the Navy's coal bid would be reduced nearly 50 per cent. The Emperor of Japan, in opening the Diet, congratulated the nation on the conclusion of peace- and the restoration of friendly relations with Russia, and expressed great satisfaction at the renewal of the British alliance. In writing, to the Enfield) District Council, re rates, an old! lady, aged eighty-six, stated that she had washed church surplices for over sixty years, but had now lost that occupation. Hunted from the Quantock Hills, a hind dashed into the village of Bishop's Lydeard (Somerset). After visiting some of the gardens it jumped op to an outhouse, fell through the. roof, and remained a prisoner until the arrival of the "field," when the quarry was slaughtered, j "The year 1905," says the "War Cry," "has been one of the most memorable years in the history of the Salvation Army. It has witnessed the inauguration of some of the most important and far-reaching schemes for assist- ing the poor and blessing the bodies and souls of the people that have bees launched since, perhaps, the days of Moses."

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