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PROTECTION AND THE NEW TOBACCO…

CHILD'S DEATH FROM ALCOHOL.

GALE IX THE NORTH.

_--------MR. KEXSITS APPEAL.

2:>G MIXERS FIXED.

VICTIM OF RELIGIOUS MAXIA.

MURDER OF A MILLIOXAIIIE.

CHILD CARRIED OFF BY AN EAGLE

DEATH OF AN OXFORD PROFESSOR.

A BARXSLEY LAMP TRAGEDY.

TRIPLE TILLAGE TRAGEDY.

SEXTEXCED TO DEATH.

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The body of Miss Edith Dickens, a young lady aged eighteen, living at Peterborough, the sister of a well-known Northamptonshire County cricketer, has been found in the River Xene. She left home some ten days before wearing her brother's overcoat. 0 Information has been received of the death from poisoning of Dr. H. H. Horden, aged thirty-nine, late of Brixton-hill, S.W. Dr. Horden, who had not been in robust health, had been advised to go away.for a change and take a complete rest. Air.ither child has been fatally burnt through being dressed in a llanneiette garment. At the i.equi-st. on Edith Slack, the five-year-old daughter of parents living iuKingsland, the coroner described the stuff as "th" most dangerous material sold in drapers' shops." After being out of work for three months a II xton labourer named Fose was killed by tailing j o III a scaffold immediately after obtaining a situation.

1 ARREST OF IR. HOOLEY.

WOMEN'S LIBERAL FEDERATIOX.

"STROXG MAX" DIVORCED.

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BATTLE IN THIBET.

DETECTIVES AND DIVORCE.

ENGLISH GIRL'S SAD PLIGHT.

DON JUAN OF THE ARMY.

VOLUNTEER OFFICER KILLED.

FELL 100 FEET INTO THE SEA.

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SUICIDE IX THE STREET.

CURIOUS MARRIAGE STORY.