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I I EXHAUSTED NATURE.I

I .EXPERIENCED.

ITHE LUCKIEST OF ALL

I'A DISGRACE TO HIS TOWN.'

I"ALL THAT WAS LEFT OF THEM."…

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IBRITISH NAVAL GUNNERY,I

SPIRIT OF THE NAVY.

FOOD PRICES MANIFESTO.1 ——<-——

,THE SIEGE OF PARIS.I

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OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER.

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A mine-sweeper has brought into Yar- mouth a ship's lifeboat which had been picked, up empty at sea. It bore the name Suldal, which ia that cf a Norwegian steamer that has frequently visited Yar- mouth. The trawler also brought in a quan- tity of deals picked up at sea. It is reported that the evening before the Kaiser's birthday the German soldiers over the frontier were telling- each other how t heir comrades were goin g to cross the Yser that evening, and in Poland were capturing Warsaw as. a birthday gift, to the 1-:ais.-r. UufoTtaua.tct.y both the gifta miscarried.