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GOVERNORS DESIGNATE. DINE WITH THE QUEEN.
.LONDON, February 25.
Earl Beauchamp and Lord Tenny- son, the Governors designate of New
South Wales and South Australia
respectively, will, it is announced, dine with the Queen at Windsor prior to their departure for Australia.
MR. RUDYARD KIPLING.
LONDON, February 25.
Mr. Rudyard Kipling, the poet and novelist, news of whose serions ill- ness in New York was announced yesterday, is weaker.
The doctors, however, are hope-
Mr. Kipling is suffering from in- flammation of the lungs.
THE LATE SIR GEORGE
LONDON, February 26.
The body of the late Sir George Bowen, whose death was announced a few days ago, was buried yesterday at Kensal Green Cemetery.
Besides the members of the de-
ceased's family, there were present Dr. Allen Campbell, M.L.C. of Sonth Australia; Sir Robert Her- bert, a former Governor of Queens- land, and at one time Permanent Under Secretary for the Colonies ; Lord Ampthill, Private Secretary to Mr. Chamberlain ; Mr. Edward Wing- field, ¿Permanent Under-Secretary for the Colonies ; Lord Rosmead, son of a former Governor of Victoria; and Vice-Admiral Sir N. Bowden-Smith, formerly commanding the Australian
Sir Andrew Clarke, Mr. W. P. Reeves and Sir Horace Tozer, Agents-General respectively for Vic-' toria, New Zealand, and Queensland, of each of which colonies the deceased had at different periods been Go- vernor, sent wreaths.