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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FEES.

SMASH-UP IN STOLEN MOTOR.

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SMASH-UP IN STOLEN MOTOR. The early morning adventures of a motor- car belonging to Sir Edward Holden w-cre described at the Willesden Police-court on Monday, when Frank Kent, 22, motor cleaner, of 10, Albert-street, Paddington, and j Sidney Smith, 27, shop assistant, of 65, Crawford-street, Msrylebone, were charged with stealing and receiving a motor-car the property of Sir Edward Holden. Kent was also charged with driving the car to the common danger and without a license. It was said that at two o'clock on Friday morning, Kent, who had the key of Sir Edward Hold-en's garage, took out the car, and, with Smith, drove away in the direction of Willesden-green. Shortly before three in the morning the car dashed into a wine mer- chant's shop window, considerably damaging the premises and badly smashing the err. Both men were injured and removed to the hospital.

KIDNAPPING TRAGEDY. ,

TENEMENT TENANTS AND THE VOTE

BANKNOTE CHOKES DRAINPIPE.

A TRAVELING SAVINGS BANK.

MURDERED HIS SWEETHEART --eo

NO VOTES FOR MINISTERS.

MOUSTACHES BANNEft.

TWO DAYS—TWO YEARS.

EPITOME OF NEWS. j \ ■ '*»•…

£21 A "SWEET NOTHING."

MOTOR-BOAT ON FIRE.

BURIED IN HER ROCKING CHAIR,

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