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THE UNKNOWN FACTOR.

GRANDSON OF SIR JNO.I LLEWELYN.

I MEMORIAL AT PORT ! EYNON.…

THE WATCH D'OG. I

COST OF PRINTING. I

I ! GERMAN COM-I MANDER IN…

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I GERMAN COM- I MANDER IN PKKSIA. A COMICAL PLIGHT. PETROGRAD, Thursday. According to reports from Teheran the vTPrnians a.nd Turks have assembled a local army of 120,000 men, mainly recruited from Luristan. German instructors have been A?rkmg over these recnht?, whos.e fighting nMu.e has been enhanced by a stiffeumg of 20.COO Turkish ??.?kans. Ann and ?uip- i(ieni. are being entirely provided by Get- ori,iii-al plan alleged was to r) t 11 re Teheran and the oh ah, the one poli- tical institution which has a.ny real value in Persia, and thence to march upon the Rus- sian frontiers. A certain force was like- wise to be despatched to India, gathering .strength as it advanced. Th'« was. practically Alexander the Great's manner of conquest of the East, and it. might succeed now as it did two thousand years ago, provided another Alexander of Macedon were forthcoming. Prince Henry of Reuss appears even les? qualified for the role than his ambiticus master. The latest reports declare that his I hopeful army has practically mad43 a hostage of him At Kermanshah. where they are holdim him, and in particular the large sums of gold in possession of the German agent, until they see how matters are going to turn out. German promises have not been very accuraiteJy fulfilled up to date, and the ttri bowmen, with Oriental astuteness, are preparing for either event.—(" Morning Pest.") WAIT AND SEE: I CALCUTTA, January 4t.b. The General commanding in Mesopotamia has telegraphed that, in certain eventualities a demand for a, railway staff will be made. I t, is understood that. drivers and guards will be required, and the Great India Peninsula Company has already notified its employes that they will be permitted to vol unteer. The General's announcement is regarded as a hopeful augury that before j long the sixty-mile Baghdad section of the Baghdad line winl 1 working under British auspices.—(" Morning Pokt,)

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I ACCIDENT IN 1913. I

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PEEPS INTO PAST AND FUTURE.

THE COFFEY COOLER.1

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HER CREW WAS THIRTEEN!

THE ccDAILY POST" . TOURNAMENT.

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