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"PAID YOUR GAS ,1 ,BILL P"

1,000 MEN IDLE.

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OPEN AIR SCHOOLS.

I I ) RAMSAY MACDONALD.

LION CHARGES BIO-SCOPE. ———..———.

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LION CHARGES BIO- SCOPE. ——— ———. THE JUNGLE TRAG- JI EDY. HOW !NTREP!D OPERA.I HOW INTREPID OPERA- TOR DIED. (Press Association Foreign Special). Nairobi (undated).—Delayed by break- down of cable. Full details are now available of the tragic death cf Mr. Paul Schindler, a mem- ber of Mr. Paul Rainey's Cinematograph Expedition, who was mauled on January, 21st while attempting to photograph a lion i hunt, and died at Nairobi some days later. On the day of the accident Mr. Schindler was out with Mr. ilainev near Lake Naiva- sha. They hoped to take CINEMATOGRAPH PICTURES OF A LION I brought to bay by dogs. A lion was found in a patch of bushes. Creeping cIos-er and closer, the two men were able to catch a glimpse of the great beast, which was beset by the dogs. Mr. Schindler decided to ride behind the bush and drive the lion towards the camera. Mr. liaiiiey, who was intently watching, suddenly saw the lion's ears flicker and his head turn. He realised then that his friend had ridden right into the bush. Rainey shouted a warning as the lion sprang out of sight. Shots rang out and the lion. untouched. FLASHED BACK UPON RAINEY. then, again turning, pursued the fleeing natives who were of the white men's party. Schindler's horse at this moment burst into the open streaming with blood, and Rainey, snatching up his rifle, shot the lion point blank. j On going into the bush he found Schinfdler lying with grievous wounds in the abdomen. where the lion had bitten him. He was conscious and still game. After first aid had been rendered, the wounded man was taken in a special train to Nairobi, where on examination his wounds were found to be mortal. Schindler maintained his courage to the last. Blood poisoning set in, and was fol- lowed by a painless dca.th.

PLEURISY AFTER CRUSHED LEG.

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RED BLOTCHY PIMPLES ON FACE…

EITOFT'S STAND.

MILLIONAIRE'S " BREACH."

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.LICENSEES' ORDEALi - I

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- -.- ??? ??? BE?T ?M?HM…

!MET IN  'MET IN HOTEL LOUNGE.|

UNIONIST LEADERSI

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J. B. JOEL SUED. ———

LIABILITIES A MILLION.

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