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TWENTY OUNCES FOR ADULTS:…

I.SMALL DESTROYER SUNK.I

IARMY'S REDUCED RATIONS.I

IBANK INSPECTOR'S HOARB.

r21,109 BUTTER FINES.

IFOUR CWT. OF FOOD HOARDED.

SUGAR DIRECTOR.

MILK FOR CHILDREN.

UNLICENSED SUGAR DEALI

FOOD COMMITTEEMAN FINED. I

AN -OLD -LADY'S HOARD.I

NEW AUSTRALIAN PEER. I

MANAGING DIRECTOR FINED. I

GERMAN PRISONERS IN ENGLAND.I

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GERMAN PRISONERS IN ENGLAND. I Lord Newton, answering Lord Lamington m the House of Lords, stated that there were 49,817 combatant prisoners of war in the United Kingdom, of whom 28.050 were em- ployed, 4.280 were engaged omagriculture. and 4.000 additional prMonere were expec" nhoTtty and would also be put on; agricultural work.

BONUS COSTS 2140,QW.000. I

BIRTH OF A FAMOUS HYMN. I

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 I OTHER MEN'S MINDS.

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OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER

I MEMORISING FEATS. I