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::OUR LONDON LETTER.

MARRIED MEN CALLED UP.I

GOVERNMENT MEASURE ATTACKED…

SUBMARINES IN ATLANTIC. I

I U BOAT SUNK. —?—

OFFICER'S GALLANT ACT. I

BRICK FOR A ZEPPELIN. I

I A MAD BULLI

I AUTHOR AS ABSENTEE. I

I BOOKS AND MAGAZINES. -0-

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uDRESS OF THE DAY.I

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ILOSS OF E22 IN THE NORTH…

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I LOSS OF E22 IN THE NORTH SEA. I The Secretary of the Admiralty make: the following announcement: It is announced in the German wireless that II.M. submarine E22 has been sunk in the North Sea, and two of the crew have been saved. Submarmc E 22 is the tenth ves&el of the kind lost durmg the war. The rest are as follows: A E 1, E 3, D 5, E 15, A E 2, E 13. E 7, E 20, and one sunk off the Texel on the 6th or 7th of January last. The E 15 ran ashore in the Dardanelles on April 16 of last year, the onicers and men were cap- tured, and the vessel was subsequently blown up with great gallantry by a party from the Fleet. A E 2 was sunk in the Dar- danelles, and onicers and crew were saved. E 7 was sunk by the enemy in the Darda- nelles, the enemy claiming to have taken three omecrs and twenty-hve me:i prisoners. E 20 was loat in the Sea of Marmora, the enemy claiming to have taken three omcers and six men prisoners. E 13, Lieutenant- Commander Layton, grounded on Saltholm Island on August 19 of last year; when the enemy opened fire on the defenceless omcera and men. Fifteen lives were lost by this outrage.

I MR. HAWKER'S WORLD RECORD.…

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BRAVE BRITISH OFFICERS. I

PRIZE COURT RECORD.I

I SEEING ZEPPELIN KILLS A…

I TOO TIMID FOR ARMY.I

GUNNER S FATAL DIVE.I

I PLYMOUTH TRAM FATALITY.

"TO BLOW UP ST. HELENS."

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