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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.

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KING'S GRAVE CONFERENCES. INTERVIEWS WITH FIELD-MARSHALS. Briefly, the outstanding events in London on Saturday were as follows Colonel Seely had a long conference with Mr. Winston Churchill, and then proceeded to Buckingham Palace for an audience of the King. Mr. Churchill visited the Prime Minister, as also did Lord Stanifordham, the King's Private Secretary. Field-Marshal Sir John French, who had ipent most. of the day at the War Office, was late in the afternoon summoned to Bucking- ham Palace for an audience of his Majesty, who is taking a keen and anxious interest in the situation. Lord Roberts also had an audience of the King, and afterwards went to the War Office, where he had an interview with Colonel Seely. The Prime Minister himself was received in audience by the King at Buckingham Palace on Sunday, and remained with his Majesty for an hour. The King on Monday again received in audience Colonel Seely and Sir John French, and also Sir Arthur Paget, commanding the troops in Ireland.

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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