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FRESH MEN TO REPLACE WOUNDED…

GERMAN ARTILLERY ACTIVITY…

CUT THE ROPE TOO SOON. I

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CUT THE ROPE TOO SOON. I At Cardiff Police-court, J. Gould, ship's steward, was sentenced to six months' hard labour for breach of duty by cutting the painter of a boat without orders. P. C. Keale, shipmaster, said the ship was tor- pedoed, and he and several men were on board. Defendant was in a lifeboat, wlicli was not died. Although witness shouted to him not to do so, he cut the painter, and the boat drifted away. Gould denied hearing the captain's order, and said someone in the boat told him to cut the painter, and passed up an axe. The captain admitted that one ooat was pulled under through being ittached to the ship when she went down. å. seaman stated that he heard the captain OTder the defendant not to cut the painter, rhe captain, it was stated, told defendant that twelve lives had been lost through his Action.

EXEMPTING GRADE 3 MEN. I

TOOK SON'S PLACE. I

ILLEGAL LEAFLETS. I ILLEGAL…

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I BOUGHT TOO MUCH MEAT.i

I GERMAN'S GOLD HOARD. ]

I POISONED SWEETS MYTH. I

I ' JELLICOE OF SCAPA. I

I MUNITION GIRL'S SUICIDE.…

IKILLED BY TREE ROPE. I

IARCHDEACON WESTCQTT DEAD.…

! PROPAGANDA DIRECTORS. I

TEA CLASSED AS FOOD. I

PROFITEERING IN BEER. I

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I DRESS OF THE DAY. j

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-I TEN MILLION PEOPLE AFFECTED…

SUGAR FOR JAM.

AN OFFICER'S SUGAR. I

-WASTE -AN -OFFENCE.-I

SOLDIERS MEAT CARDS.-I

FARMERS'CO-OPERATIVE SLAUGHTER-HOUSES.

DEARER OATMEAL I

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CP.UISE ! 11 SHIPS SUNK…

IEUPHRATES ADVANCE.

IBRITISH APPOINTMENT IN U.S.

WILL CASE SETTLED.

USED TWO REVOLVERS.

MANUFACTURE OF ARMS.

LADY WARWICK'S HOME BURNT.

SAVAGE ATTACK ON DETECTIVE.I

A DUTCH PACIFIST.I

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OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER BY UNOLE…

THEY PRECEDE THE STORM.I

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