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(per press association-) [by electric telegraph— copyright] Bkrlin, Feb 22. Five deaths bare occurred from eats ing tinned vegetables in Saxony. The performing Chimpanzee Consul died ai Berlin. It was insured for L 20.000. St Petersburg, Feb 22. Count Dembsky, who became de- j mented, fired into a crowd at Warsaw j aud killei thirteen persons before he j was disarmed. He kept the police at | bay for four hours. (Received at 11 30 p m). London, Feb 23, Obituary — Sir Leslie Stephen, litterateur, aged 74.

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CABLE NEWS, Grey River Argus, 24 February 1904

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CABLE NEWS Grey River Argus, 24 February 1904

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