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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.

A CHURCH FOR WOMEN.

"NOT A SOFT MAGISTRATE."

A NEW ANAESTHETIC.

- p-SPRATS NOT SARDINES.

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p- SPRATS NOT SARDINES. MAGISTRATE'S DECISION IN SKIPPER SARDINE" CASE. Sir -ionti Dickinson gave judgment, at Bow- street Police-court, on Friday, in the case in which Messrs. Angus Watson and Co., of Newcastle, were summoned under the Mer- chandise Marks Act for applying the false trade description of "Sardine" to Skipper Sardines," of which they were the packers. The magistrate said he had come to the con- clusion that the defendants had sold goods to which a false trade description had been applied. He found that the term sardine had always by high-class traders been limited to the immature pilchard, whereas the fish sold by the defendants was the Norwegian brist- ling, which was identical with the sprat. Each of the defendants, Angus Watson and Henry Bell Saint, must pay a fine of £ 20 and 100 guineas costs. On behalf of the defendants, Mr. A. J. Walter, K.C., gave notice of appeal. The magistrate fixed the recognisances at two tureties in £ 250 each.

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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