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ROYALTY AT THE CAPE, I b The Duke and Duchess of Connaught and: Princess Patricia arrived lat Cape Town on Tuesday, from Southampton, by the Armadaile Castle, after a splendid voyage, and were given an enthusiastic reception as they drove to the City Hall. Their Royal Highnesses were wel- comed at the docks by Sir W. Hely Hutchinson, the Governor, the members of the Cabinet, the Mayor of Cape Town, and naval and military officers. Beautiful weather prevailed, and the lhrightly-decomted streets were crowded with people. Replying to an address by the Mayor, the Duke of Connaught said:—"I assure you of His Majesty's deep interest in everything concern- ing the happiness and prosperity of his South African subjects, and of his ardent wish for the peace and prosperity of the country. I shall never forget the warmth of this reception." Their Royal Highnesees afterwards drove to Government House at Newlands.

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