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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

- - - -CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

I - 1914 ARMY MANCEUVRES.I

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CYCLECAR AND MOTOR CYCLE NOTES.

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IFOUR YEARS' WAGES LOST. I

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I LOAN SOCIETY TRUSTEE IN COURT. George Hobell was at Northampton on Mon- day committed for trial at the Assizes on three charges of misappropriation of the funds of the Northampton West End Loan and Dividend 1 Society, of which he was trustee. It was alleged I that the total defalcations amounted to .£324. I CORNISH MINERS' DISPUTE. I About 300 miners at East Pool and Agar Mines, near Redruth, in consequence of the mine management having decided to make I an alteration in the time of payment of wages, refused to commence work on Monday. I FATAL FLANNELETTE. Mr. John Graham, the Coroner, addressing the jury at a Gateshead inquest, said that if the children concerned in cases of flannelette catch- ing fire belonged to Members of Parliament perhaps something would be done in the way of legislation on the matter. I DISASTROUS FARM FIRE. Damage estimated at .£800 was caused by a I fire which broke out on Monday morning at Alderstead Farm, Merstham, Redhill. Four large ricks of wheat and oah and a threshing-machine I were dostroyod. Suffragette literature was j found near the scene of the outbreak- )

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a FOOTBALL NOTES. I

WORCESTER & DISTRICT LEAGUE.

I NEWS IN BRIEF.

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