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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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a FOOTBALL NOTES. I

WORCESTER & DISTRICT LEAGUE.

I NEWS IN BRIEF.

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NEWS IN BRIEF. THE DUBLIN STRIKE. There is said to be much discontent among the Dublin strikers, many of whom are de,iro.tr of returning to work, being dissatisfied with th-, strike allowance. HEAVY CHRISTMAS MAILS FROM ABROAD The mails which reached this country from the Oversea. Dominions and other countries abroad during the week preceding Christmas Dav were heavier than in any previous year. THE WINTRY WEATHER. Further snow has fallen in various part rf the country, and there has been some intern;; >- tion of outdoor work. Hunting has been s ■>- pended in some parts, and in the Peak distrv-t snow sports are providing recreation for holi- day makers. I DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN MONTREAL. I Great damage was done by a fire on Monday in Montreal, the efforts of the firocien being I hampered by the scarcity of water. WELL-KNOWN AGRICULTURIST DEAD. The death is announced of Mr. William Spen- i cer Everitt, of North Cove Hall, Suffolk, aged seventy-seven, who wa-s widely known as am agriculturist, yachtsman, and sportsman. His. grandfather first introduced swede turnips to Norfolk, and he was an expert on wheat. I BURGLARY AT M.P.'s HOUSE. Mr. Lancelot Sanderson, K.C., M.P., has been ribbed of a large quantity of valuable jewellety by burglars, who forced the front door of his residence at Palace Gardens-terrace, London. PARIS-TO-CAIRO FLIGHT. The French airman Vedrincs has arrived by aeroplane at Cairo, thus finishing the first great •oction of his flight from Paris to the East.

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