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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

PRIZE COURT RECORD.I

I SEEING ZEPPELIN KILLS A…

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I SEEING ZEPPELIN KILLS A MAN. An inquest was held by the Essex Coroner on the body of Albert Edward Hitchcock, aged sixty-nine, a labourer, who died sud- denly on Tuesday night, April 25, after the Zeppslin raid. The evidence showed that deceased went to the door of his house on. hearing the firing of the guns and saw a- Zeppelin sailing over- head. Going upstairs he exclaimed: "I am done," and on reaching his bedroom fell to the floor dead. Medical evidence showed that death was due to heart failure, caused by excitement and old-standing valvular disease of the heart. A verdict in accordance with the medical evidence was returned.

I TOO TIMID FOR ARMY.I

GUNNER S FATAL DIVE.I

I PLYMOUTH TRAM FATALITY.

"TO BLOW UP ST. HELENS."

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