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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.

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AN ARMY PROTEST. OFFICERS AND THE CRISIS. The special correspondent of the Standard at Dublin writes: Saturday was a day of sen- sations at the C-urragh. The principal topic of conversation was the action of the cavalry officers, seventy of whom handed in their re- signations at Newbridge. The gates of the military barracks were closed and double sen- tries, armed with twenty rounds of ammuni- tion, were on duty. Orders arrived at the camp on Friday that the Third Cavalry Brigade should immedi- ately mobilise and proceed to Ulster. Practi- cally all the officers of the brigade, which is commanded by Brigadier-General H. do las Poer Gough, declined to obey. The brigade includes the 4th Hussars, 5th Lancers, and 16th Lancers. Commanding Officer General Sir Arthur Paget visited the camp on Satur- day morning, and intimated that the War Office refused to accept the resignations. It was understood that the officers then undertook in certain circumstances to go to Ulster, but refused to take arms against the people there.

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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