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FROZEN TO DEArrII.

---, II-ELD -UP" BY A LADY.…

KING ALFONSO'S RETURN.I

STAGGERED BY A SENTENCE. I

STRANGE RAILWAY MISHAP. I…

KIDNAPPING CASE APPEAL, I

ATTACKED BY A BABOON. 1

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A MAN OF THE MOMENT. j

I"TRUE WOMANHOOD."

LORD CHARLES BERESFORD.

TO DO HIS BEST FOR HER.

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I A RACING AGE.I

MONDAY.

I STRUGGLE IN A CHURCH.

IRUNNING UP THE DEBTS.

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FRUIT SKINS IN THE STREET.…

BODY FOUND IN A BROOK. I

CONSERVATIVE ORGANISATION.…

WORK OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS. j…

DAMAGES FOR ARREST.

COUNT'S ADVENTURE. I

" NON-COM." AND COLONEL.I

ISUNK BY AN ICEBERG. I

IFOR NOT GOING TO CHURCH.

I A RAILWAY -MYSTERY. I

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TUESDAY.

THE PRINCE'S WELCOME. I

PROPHETIC CURATE.I

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I FAMILY GOES MAD! I

IPRESIDENT OF THE R.A. I

SAVED BY A COUGH. I

OLD LADY WANTS ADVICE. I

A GENEROUS DONOR. I

IMOTOR-CAR TURNS SOMERSAULT.I

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- ICONVICTS' RELIGION.

I"SOME SORT OF BUSINESS."

ROYAL ACADEMY BANQUET.

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ROYAL ACADEMY BANQUET. The Annual Banquet of the Royal Acadfsmy took place, on Saturday night at Burlington House. Sir E. Poynter, P.R.A., occupied tiho chair. The Duke of Connaught, in responding to the toast of "The Queen and Other Mem- bersl of the Royal Family," alluded to the tour of the Prince and Princess of Wales in India, and gave some impr-easions of his own recenis. visit to South Africa. The toast of "The Im- perial Forces" wag acknowledged Iby Admiral Sir A. Douglas, and by Mr. Hialdane, Secre- tary for War. Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman, responding for "IIiig Majesty's Minie.tens," said they were a new Government; they ought to ishow prudence, sincerity, and fidelity, but above all things they ought to show modesty. Mr. Rudyard Kipling, acknowledging the toast of "Literature," elo- quently illu.sitratedl the chief function of litera- ture as the record of achievement. Among other 'speakers were the Lord, Mayor and the Duke of Northumberland, and Sir E. Poynter responded! to itiha toaist of "The Royal Aca- demy."

IFAINTED ON THE STAGE.

BREACH OF PROMISE TRAGEDY.