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I ENEMY'S HEAVY LOSSES IN…

I SURGERY BY TELEPHONE.

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I OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF AIR…

DEATH OF MUTINY VETERAN.

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Several small factories for the manufac- ture of toys, hitherto imported from Ger- many, are being established in Swansea. British popularity in Russia is evidenced by the great demand in all the military hos- pitals for the works of Scott and Dickens. On a number of Belgian estates in Suma- tra, in the Dutch East Indies, the Belgian managers have dismissed their German em- ployees. The military authorities at Brun6wick have forbidden the publication of the Social Democratic paper Volksfreund," on ac- count of its having "disturbed the political truce by articles of an inciting nature." Flax yarns to the value of £ 180,000 have been seized at Ghent by the Germans, who had already appropriated and sent to Ger- many more worth of cotton which was Mrs at Ant'.re ID.

SUBMARINES OFF LANCASHIRE.

TERRIBLE GERMAN LOSSES. I

GERMANS ON THE YSER. I

IUNWILLING TO ENLIST.

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I CREW LINED UP AT ATTENTION.I

I THE CHAPLAIN'S STORY.I

H.M.S. KENT'S FINE FEAT. .I

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PROGRESS IN EAST PRUSSIA AND…

BATTLE IN A BLIZZARD.

IFRENCH PRESIDENT'S POSTCARD.

IMOTOR-LORRY OVER A BRIDGE.I

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