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FRESH MEN TO REPLACE WOUNDED…

GERMAN ARTILLERY ACTIVITY…

CUT THE ROPE TOO SOON. I

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

——————-—————— t I14 FOR MY…

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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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THEY PRECEDE THE STORM. I In the Bay of Biscay, frequently during the autumn and winter in calm weather, a heavy sea gets up and rolls in on the coast four-and-twenty hours before the gale which causes it arrives, and of which it is the prelude In this case the wave-action, fenerated on tho other side of the Atlantic by the wind, travels at a much greater rate than that of the body of disturbed air, and thus gives Avarning of the coming etorm. —o

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