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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…

I MR. HAWKER'S WORLD RECORD.…

NO C.0s. NEED APPLY. II

BRAVE BRITISH OFFICERS. I

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BRAVE BRITISH OFFICERS. I Viscount French, finding himself unable to open the naval and military fete in aid of the Omcers' Families Fund at Brighton, sent instead a- letter containing "t.he re- marks he would have made" with a request that the mayor would read them. After commenting on the cordial relations which have always existed between omcers and men in the Army, Viscount French added: "British soldiers have learned from an experience which now covers centuries that in their omccrs they possess leaders of in- domitable courage, determination, and self. relian&e. A mutual confidence, is established between leader and men which has ensured manv a glorious victory, and has often con- verted imminent defeat and disaster into brilliant success. The omcers who have fallen in this war have splendidly main- tained these glorious traditions."

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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