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COUNT WITTE. I

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IGREAT BRITAIN AND THE CONTINENTAL…

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DAY AND NIGHT WORKERS. I

I Condemnation of Free Meals…

IThe Russian ParliamentI

Rifle Shooting.

Mr. Clay's Oiter Hounds.

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Mr. Clay's Oiter Hounds. This pack met on Tuesday at Little Mill Station, when, amongst others present, were the Master (Mr Hastings Clay), Colonel Marling, V.C., Captain and Mrs Talbot, the Rev A. Williams (Panteg), Miss Perry, and Mrs Wyman (Newport). The hounds were thrown in the stream below the station, when they struck on a hot trail, and getting on the main road they winded their quarry in a side drain, from where the terrier dislodged him. He bolted down the stream under the railway arch, doubled back, and entered a drain. When making his exit he was seized by the terrier, and was quickly despatched by the hounds. Mrs Wyman was presented with the tail and Colonel Marling with the mask. It was a dog otter of fourteen pounds.

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The Confiscatory Bill.

CONSTANT BIRDS. I

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The Government and Natal.

King Holds a Council.

--Mr O'Connor's P.T.O. Paper.

Cricket.

The Weather.

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- SOLDIERS AND CIVIL EMPLOYMENT.

THE CALIBRE OF BULLETS. I

THE NATAL RISING. !

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