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WENT T ) THE "Sll.-klltiS.'

PLAGUE AND INFECTED RATS.

-__---FINES BY INSTALMENTS.

CHARGE OF OBTAINING CRFDITI,-..

-_-NURSE IMPRISONED FOR FRAUD.…

"WORLD WALKER" SENTENCED.

KENT REEKS MYSTERY,

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TAXr-CABS AS TRAPS.

SOLICITORS STRUCK OFF.

"TIMES" AND UNION LABOUR.

THE ULSTER CRISIS.

KING'S GRAVE CONFERENCES.

AN ARMY PROTEST.

MINISTERS AND THE ARMY.

GENERAL GOUGH'S RETURN.

STATEMENT BY THE PREMIER

GOVERNMENT'S GRAVE POSITION.

THE OPPOSING FORCES.

ULSTER'S ORGANISED FORCE.

MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S SPEECH

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BLACKMAILING.

"KLNG'S SEIiGKANT" RETIRES.

HALVING A DOCTOR'S DOS"

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HALVING A DOCTOR'S DOS" i COMPLAINT AGAINST A CHEMIST. Dr. A. E. Thomas (medical officer of health for Fiesbury) has reported to the Borough Council a complaint of inaccurate dispensing of medicine by a chemist for an insured resident. Dr. Lauzun-Brown (committee chairman) said a doctor had prescribed 120 grains of a drug, and the chemist had only put in 57 grains. The drug \\as to relieve acute rheu- matic fever, and the diminution would only prolong the agony of the sufferer. Aidenn Howes: Who will pay the ana- lyst's ? Dr. B'T'V. n The Cc;ilicil. There were two and the fee was "10s. 6d. for each. I A iri-.tio'i that tl-o Insurance Commissioners be asked to nay the analyst's fees was carried.

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