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10 January 1917 - Banffshire Reporter - Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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10 January 1917 - Banffshire Reporter - Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SWEET CONTENT.

SWEET CONTENT.

Ah, sweet Content, where is thy mild abode? it with shepherds and light-hearted swains Which sing upon the downs and pipe abroad Tending their flocks and cattle on the plains? Ah, sweet Content, where dost thou safely rest I In heaven, with angels which the praises sing Of him t
10 January 1917 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
GREECE: SANDS RUNNING OUT.

GREECE: SANDS RUNNING OUT.

FATEFUL MEETING IN ATHENS.
10 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DOBS ON RAILWAYS.

DOBS ON RAILWAYS.

B«»—I ft«Uy agree with your correspondent that at the present time dogs should not allowed to travel on trains, and dog shows should not held. I go further; I think that at least two-thirds of the dogs and cats in the nation ought to be fiestroyeo. We are in the middle great war
10 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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In Stag eland.

Some weeks ago 1< announced that Miss Winiiied Barnes bad decided to give musical comedy rest, and see what she could do with "straight” part; that she had, accordingly, formed association with Mr. C. H. Hawtrey, and would appear with him in comedy by Mr. Monckton Holfe. probabl
10 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ATTESTED BURGLAR IN DOCK,

ATTESTED BURGLAR IN DOCK,

THREAT TO POLICE YOU AND I WILL MEET AGAIN.” At London Sessions to-day sentence of three years’ penal servitude was passed Harry Johnson, aged 45, d traveller, for burglary at Groavenor-creacent, W., and for stealing 10s. currency note and a ring belonging to Mrs. Kate Ballard S
10 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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10 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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10 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DISEASE IN GERMAN ARMY.

DISEASE IN GERMAN ARMY.

DECREASE IN ILLNESS DURING SECOND YEAR OF WAR. BERLIN, 'Wednesday. Statistics of the state of health in the German army during tbe second year of the war show decrease in tbe number cases of illness due to the protective vaccinations, as well as to the fight against communicatio
10 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England