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A ROMANCE OF THE WAR. I

.FATHER AND SON MEET IN THE…

NEW BRITISH HELMETS. I

ENCOURAGEMENT FOR HENDERSON.I

MR BONNAR LAW AND COMPULSION

CALLED-IIP GROUPS.

MINERS' BUSIEST MONTH I

————0——— CLAIMED BY WETSIT…

ASKED TO WITHDRAW FROM GOVERNMENT.

SNIPING THE SNIPER. I

ASCRIPTION OF WEALTH I

WHAT SOLDIERS READ.I

HALE AND HEARTY AT 103.I

TRAINING OF MEN WHO HAVE BEEN…

MR ANDERSON AT HOlE.

MARRIED MEN FIRST.-I

UNNOTICED HEROES.I

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I I TRIPLE ALLIANCE THE SAFEGUARD.

MINERS AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE.

COMPULSION BILL.I

ITHE VANISHING TRAMP. I

A DETERMINED NEW ZEALANDER.

I THEIR LAST MINUTE. I

IPOINTED OTTESTIONS I

LABOUR PARTY CHAIRMAN'SI POSITION.

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AN I.L.P. MOTION DEFEATED.

NO RENT FOR SOLDIERS

PREMIER AND THE MINERS

GERMAN THREATS TO HOLLAND.

CHEAP EGGS FROM CHINA.

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CHEAP EGGS FROM CHINA. 1 ne price of English new-laid eggs show a tendency to fall. Although there is a shortage of eggs from the Continent, several big retail firms have reduced the price of English new- laid from 3s. 6d. to 3s. per dozen. A fair quantity of eggs has reached England from Canada, and these are retailed at 28.6d. per dozen. China has sent a trial shipment of small brown eggs packed in sawdust. Thev are sold in t hJ rbops at 2s. per dozen and have 1 oved to be rerv good eat- ing.

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