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  4. THE SOAP TRUST.

    The termination of the great libel actions before Mr Justice Lowrance in the King's Bench Division of the High Court came with dramatic suddenness. ...

    Article : 235 words
  5. STEEPLECHASE ACCIDENT.

    At the Morgue to-day the District Coroner (Dr. Cole) resumed the adjourned inquiry into the circumstances under which Francis Croker, a ...

    Article : 981 words
  6. ACROSS THE SAHARA.

    An extraordinary feat has been accomplished by Captain Arnaud, one of the French Colorful Infantry. Captain Arnaud marched from ...

    Article : 67 words
  7. THEATRICAL TRUST.

    Mr Erlanger, of the well-known American arm of Klaw and Erlanger, confirms the statement published some weeks ago that an international ...

    Article : 264 words
  8. AMERICAN MINERS.

    There has been a sensational development in connection with the recent trial at Boise City of Torn Moyer (president). William Hayward (secretary), and ...

    Article : 126 words
  9. LAWN TENNIS.

    The third tie in the contest for the Davis Cup took place to-day, when the second round of singles matches was played. ...

    Article : 204 words
  10. " OUIDA'S" HEALTH.

    The sensational accounts published recently in the "Daily Mail" of the privations undergone, by "Oulda" (Mdle. Louise de la Ramce), who was said to ...

    Article : 98 words
  11. RIFLE MAGAZINE.

    Interesting experiments have recently been carried out by the German School of Musketry. Tests have been made of a new ...

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  12. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Libel. Soap Trust eases. Mr W. H. Lever, M.P., succeeds. He is awarded L50,000 damages and ...

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  13. AUSTRALIAN SCHOLAR.

    The Royal Society has again awarded the Mackinnon studentship to Mr W. G. Duffield, of South Australia, who won it last year. ...

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  14. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    Forceful hitting was the feature of a brilliant innings played by Mr G. L. Jessop, the Gloucestershire batsman, in the match between county and ...

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  15. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The shoot-off in the tie for the "Graphic" Cup took place at the meeting of the National Rifle Association at Blslcy to-day. ...

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  16. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The fourth series of wool sales for the present season was continued in the Wool Exchange to-day. There was a good attendance of home ...

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  17. PRIVATE MESSAGE.

    The following private message has been received by the firm named, under yesterday's date:-- By Goldsbrough, Mort and Company Ltd.:-- ...

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  18. THE KING'S PRIZE.

    Shooting in the contest for the King's Prize, in which the value of the awards- totals L2320, including L250 given by his Majesty the King, was commenced ...

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  19. PRICE OF SILVER.

    Bar silver was to-day quoted at 2s 7[?]d per standard ounce, as compared with 2s 7¼d on Tuesday. ...

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