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BOOKING CLERK ATTACKED.I

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I A CAMBRIDGE "RAG." I

TO OUST THE FOREIGNER.I

BUNYAN'S ANVIL FOUND. I

CHEMISTS LIKE FOGS.I

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|TEA TABLE TALK. I —-—

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!CURRENT SPORT.I

LITERARY CHAT. I

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!SHOCKING VILLAGE 1TRAGEDY.

KILLED BY A TREE.

LIEUTENANT'S DIVORCE SUIT.I…

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LIEUTENANT'S DIVORCE SUIT. Married when he was a sergeant, Lieutenant James Pearce, who is now quartermaster of his regiment, sought a divorce on Monday. The co- respondent was a private named Cole, of the same regiment. One day the lieutenant from a window of his quarters saw Cole looking up and smiling. At another window the lieutenant found his wife blowing kisses to somebody below. He accused her, after other matters had come to his notice, and she left him never to return. A letter from the co-respondent to Mrs. Pearce was found, in which she was addressed as My dearest darling Edith." The letter was signed Your Affectionate Husband." The case, which is an undefended one. was adjourned in order that a formality with regard to a marriage certificate might be put right.

-ANCIENT LOVE - LETTER. I

AFTER .THE WAR. I

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