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, ,7-.,-,!ijßw*74*ir nQwaxßi/ft SEE THIS WEiS "GRANIC." The " GRAPHIC " improves with every ssue, and is now the brightest and most lp-to-date journal of its class in the Dominion. . tthis week's features axe:— PHE BATTLE QF THE NAVIES-^ Leviathans of England and Germany The Premier's Remarkable OfTeiC BIG FiftE' AT Half a Township Burnt. BURNING HOTEL AT PALIdERSTON Strenuous Fight with Flames. £20,000 WORTH • „... . Large Tannery: in Ruins. - - DOOMED I ",ft V-:J lYt ...7. Hotels that Lose their Licenses next June. WILCEST NfcW: ZEALAND-. ; ' Magnificent New Pictures from the Sounds. IN THE PUBLIC EYE— Wellington Candidates for Mayor— A Page of Public Men. HOW TO MINIMISE DROWNING/ ACCIDENTS— Teaching Young New Zealand to Swim. REMARKABLE PICTURE 'pE ~A DOOMED SHIP— . , Oh Board the Forrest Hall." MAORILAND MUSICAL COMEDY— New Composition by New Zealanders. ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELERRA'ITOS Big Procession in Auckland* ART IN NEW "~ A Page of Paintings at Christchurch. LIFE IN THE GARDEN— Triumphs in Flower Cultivation. SPECIAL ARTICLES. HOW I KNOW THE DEAD RETURNBy W. T. Stead. SCENES DURING AN ERUPTION^Wonderful Transformation of a Volcano. WHERE THE, WORLD'S SHIPS ARI INSURED— . . The Strange Story of Lloyd's, DORANDO, WORLD'S CHAMPION— How I Became a Marathon Runnei •WEEKLY GRAPHIC.'' HAVE A LOOK AT THIS WEEK'S ISSUI
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