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From Puck.]
PUCK'S SUGGESTION FOR THE GERMAN KAISER'S BENEFIT.

[O tober 3, 1894. Nis actions are praiseworthy, but his speeches at banqnets ia li cate bis great need of a strict a-lheren e to cold water when be lines out.

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Extract from the Preface to the British Elition :Seventy thousaud copies of this volum? were orderel in America before a single copy was issuel from the press in Chicago. Owing to my refusal to allow any but Unijn labour to be employel iu producing the book, the binlers were at first nable to cope with the demand. But as I did not think that “If Christ came to Chicago" He would go to swea:-shops for His printing, the public ha l to wait until the Union bioderies overtook the demand.

'l be opportune refusal of the American News Company and the Union News Company to handle the book until the Black List was cut out, somewhat relieveal the pressure. As they possess au absolute monopoly of sale on a!l the railways in the Unite.1 States, I cut out the list. I did this the more realily because the interest in the Black List was so strictly local to Chicago that I did not thiuk it would be worth while repro lucing it in the Br.tish e litioa.

The diffi ulty of m:eing the America'ı demand renders it impossible to procure copies from bicag, in tiine to supply the English market.

I have, therefore, reprinted it on this side. This volume, written in Chicago, printed in Edinboro', and publishel in London, is typical of the unity of the Englishspeaking worll.-W. T. STEAD.

If you intend to subscribe, either for yourself or for some friend abroad, please fill up and retum thadexed Furm, together with a Cheque or Pustul Order (not stamps) value 8s. Ed.

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From Kladderadatsch.]
THE THREATENED WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

(October 14, 1894. Labouchere, the friend of the French, thus warns the Parisiaus ip Truth: “Do you not see that you are playing a dreadful game in alienating yourselres

from England ?"

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From Kladderadatsch.] THE ENGLISH OFFICERS IN MADAGASCAR: THE TWO-FACED JOHN BULL.
Certainly, dear Cousin, I think it an unheard of thing too, and the fruit-stealing shall Show me what you have got there

be punished.

[October 7, 1894. That tastes delicionis.

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From the Sydney Bulletin.]

[October 20, 1894. " LECTURERS ARE TO BE SENT TO AUSTRALIA IN THE INTERESTS OF IMPERIAL FEDERATION.".

"-CABLE. J. BULL (lecturing on the British Lion): “In conclusion, I would say that he 15 the most amiable, the most sagacious animal in the world, and is very fond of children, and if any little boy in the audience would like to step up and puthis heart in the lion's mouth he will be given the opportunity. He may get swallowed, but, in that case it will be a comfort to know that he has become an integral part and parcel of the boundless and glorious British Empire."

From the Hindi Punch.)

(N ember 4, 1894. PEACE-KEEPER OF EUROPE AT PEACE! Livadia, THCRSDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST, 1.94.

“Peace bath her victories

No less renowned tbau war."

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