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DRINKING AT BUSINESS.

OLDEST WOMAN SUBJECT.

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! NATIONAL SYSTEM OPENED.…

AGRICULTURE'S CHANCE.

CHURCH AND THE MASSES.

| EPITOME OF NEWS.

. ! STORY OF MASKED BURGLARS.

. TOWN COUNCILLOR COMMITTED.

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TOWN COUNCILLOR COMMITTED. Evidence of some remarkable auditing of accounts was given oil Monday at Kingston-on- Thames, when Wm. Young, 59, a- builder and member of Kingston. Town Council, was sent for trial at Surrey Assizes, charged with con- verting to his own use e-eKani money—stated to amount to nearly to the Kingston Workman's Club Building Society. Young, it was stated, had been secretary of the society for, eighteen years. Prosecuting counsel said that there was what was called an audit each year of the society's books by two members, who put their names to a balance- sheet. They would admit that they did not understand the accounts. Figures were put before them bv the prisoner, these were checked by what wns c^lWI a balance-sheet, and that they called, nn aiK.it.

ADVENTURES OF A SIXPENCE.

.1 NO DOUBT ABOUT IT.*

. "A SHEAF OF BANKNOTES."