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FOR THIS FREEDOM HISTORIC LONDON SERVICE. MAGNA CHARTA COMMEMORATION. The Temple Church, London, will witnest on Sunday afternoon an occasion unique in its long history. since the time when King John caused his l.arons to assemble there in the early 13th century. The Mayors of Wi
GAVE LIVES FOR A CAT. TIAOSDI Off BITER IKWELL.I CONSTAILI LIP KI-PreILIST LOST. • and a former pugilist were drowsed the River Irwell at Manchester o n priday night in attempting to rescue a kitten. The pugilist, a man named Frank Burke, ueemployed, was one of a crowd which mew
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FANCY FOR A TOP WHITE HAT. When the King and Queen came down from the Royal box to greet their colt. Limelight, after his great. if entirely unexpected. victory in the Ilardwicke Stakes at Ascot yesterday, their Majesties. who usually bestow a pat upon a horse that wins tor the
PARKS' PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP. G. Elder and A. Galway (Woodvale) beat Morris and Thompson (Divis) 21-20, and NPFadden and Smith (Wax kale) beat Wells and M'Cartney (Shaftesbury) 30-19. both games being played at Alexandra Park. At Ormeau Park R. Reid and A. TAI (Castleton) beat P. C
A. 01 istells sad tam, on the vicious dew" of soomo-- LIVELY SPECULATION. 11.5. A. LID STABILISATION. RINNIXTELT'S Ifliw 1011, Saturday.—The West the stabilisation visit of Mr. Ifaident. the Paid Romeo Sok Gomm" Yr. Ceidul Bun in niibt—has arousal lively him In soma fiesitersi Wi
LONDON, Friday Night.—Considering the unsettling mainly international, that have affected them during the %%eek. 1 h; stock markets have been fairly cheerful in tone. There was some improvement in gilt-edged, although the t o k en payment in silver to the U.S.A. failed to fulfil
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