ο»Ώ DUBLIN. LABOUR TROUBLE.|1914-03-27|Monmouth Guardian and Bargoed and Caerphilly Observer - Welsh Newspapers Online
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NEWS IN BRIEF.

NEWS IN A NUTSHELL

DROWNE1) ON \!ONKYMOON

.-.- - -"- -ACCIDENT TO WARSHIP.

SUNK BY GERMAN LINER.

BREAKDOWN ON DISTRICT RAILWAY,

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OSCAR SLATER'S CASE.

ATTEMPT TO BURN A CHURCH.

GENEVA BETTING FORBIDDEN.

DUBLIN. LABOUR TROUBLE.

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DUBLIN. LABOUR TROUBLE. CAPTAIN WHITE AND THE POLICN. The charges against Captain White of assaulting the police on the o"a-iine ()f the unemployed demonstration in Dublin were resumed on Saturday. A police witness said that he saw Captain White swinging » black- thorn over a constable's head. Couaeel for the defence said that the arrest of C?p?a.in White was not only wanting in tact &00 dis- cretion, but it was also unjustifiable io law. It arose from some bias of the police against Captain White. Furthermore, the police be. haved with unnecessary violence, and even went to the length of striking an unarmed man. The hearing was again adjourned.

A CHURCH FOR WOMEN.

"NOT A SOFT MAGISTRATE."

A NEW ANAESTHETIC.

- p-SPRATS NOT SARDINES.

NEARLY BURIED ALIVE.

AIRMAN'S FATAL LOOP.

WIFE'S PAST LIFE.

THE WILL OF MR. FELS.

LORD CONGLETON FOR SOUTH POLE.

BRIGHT HUES AT A FUNERAL.…

BABY SMOTHERED BY A PET DOG.

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