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[ LOCAL FOOTBALL

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I BREWERY AS POST OFFICE I

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I BREWERY AS POST OFFICE I Australians are the most prolific letter-writers in the world. More than two million letters and a quar- ter of a Jnillion parcels have reached London during the past month for those who are either training in this country or fighting in France. To deal with this enormous oorraspandenee the great upper floor of Bass's brewery in St. Pancras has been taken and a staff of 200 soldiers and more than 300 civilians, mostly girls, is em- o loved* The floor, without divskms, covers two and a half a«cres, and was formerly used as a granary. The restricted output of beer, however, has enabled the brewers to give up for necessary work the largest undivided upper floor of any warehouse in London. One of the special features of the office is the re-direction of letters and parcels to men who- have left one corps and joined another. Botme parcels there aro undelirerable becaaise the men are either miasing or killed. Thesae are opened—they are usually full of foodstuffs—and forwarded to the Red Cross.

SUGAR FOR JAM-MAKING.

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AMMANFORD DISPUTE.

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