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DOCKS IMMORALITY. I

CHOSEN BY -CPMRADES,I

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Y.M.C.A. WORK. I I

CUT OFF BY THE TIDE. I

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ISHARES IN MONEY I SOCIETY.

QUEER STORY OF A FORGOTTEN…

SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS.I

I A DASTARDLY DEED.

DEATH OF A WELL KNOWN VALLEYI…

A WORKERS' PARADISE. I

THE MONS ANGELS.I

A REMOTE IRISH CAMP. I

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IAN ATTACK AT DAWN. --0-

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"HAMLET" AT THE FRONT! I

COLONEL OF SIXTH WELSH PR0.UDI…

LOSSES OF LIPTON'S (LIMITED).I

UNDESIRABLE VISITORS.

UNCOMPROMISING ANTAGONISM.

LAST OF A FAMOUS YACHT.

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LAST OF A FAMOUS YACHT. A Philadelphia message says that the yacht Columbia, which twice successfully defended the America Cup, has been con- signed to the scrap-heap in that city, and the steel frame, leaden keel, and brass fittings will be converted into war material for the Allies. The keel alone weighs a hundred tons. The Columbia, which lowered the colours of Sir Thomas Lipton's Shamrock 1. and Shamrock II. in 1899 and 1901 respectively, was recently dismantled at City Island L.I., and shipped to a manu- facturing concern in Philadelphia. The boat is said to have cost the New York Yacht Club, its original owners, more than 300,000 dollars.

A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

PURCHASE OF A BUSINESS.

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