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FOOD CONTROLLER'S INSTRUCTIONS…

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-TEA TABLE TALK.| .

COLOUR IN QUARTZ. I

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S150 HOARDING FINE.I

ALL TEA 2s. 8d. PER LB. I

WOMAN'S HOARD OF TEA. I

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SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON SUCCEEDED…

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IVALliE OF BEANS.

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ITHE KING TO SERBIA.I

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I THE KING TO SERBIA. I The members of the Serbian Industrial Mission, headed by the Serbian Minister, were received by the King at Buckingham Palace on Monday. The King, in a speech delivered in French, said? Gentlemen, I wish to express to you the great pleasure it gives me to receiver here to-day the members of the Serbian Industrial Mission. We have not forgotten, and we shall never forget, the heroic resistance of the Serbian nation, and we appreciate to the full the action of your gallant trccps. who are now fighting side by side with our own, upon the Macedonian front; but that is not the only reason for which we welcome you here to-day. The national life of our two nations is bawed upon the samo principles of liberty and justice, and it is this which makes us certain that, after the war, we can count upon the closest commercial relations be- tween Serbia and Great Britain. We are confident that before long Serbia will be re-established. You will then be faced with the task of making good the de- v;j?tation caused by the enemy, and how- I ever formidable that task may be, you may r count upon the cordial co-operation of all classes of my people.

IWOMAN'S GAMING HOUSE. I

MERCHANT HEROES. I

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IEAST AFRICA fIGHTING. I

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