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Something bordering on a sensation was caused in the early part of the week when it became known that Mr. S. Griffiths, one of the V.R.C. ...Article : 1,762 words
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A rising [?]er is he, With br[?]s a-flowing in. And well he'll plead a cause for you If you an[?]-up the tin. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 53 words
This is Reid—Por[?]s council clerk—Who keeps the books and papers, And, sotte voce, though the Meyor, Checks lots of [?]c capers. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 50 words
Tis Murphy—Henry Morgan—That Pas presents above—When all the workers love. He is the Shops and Factories boss ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 43 words
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Sirobert Best and Mister Fink Are partners of Mister Hail. Who is the live wire of the firm, And ever at his cli[?]ts' call ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 54 words
Superintendent Gle[?]son, head of the C.I. branch of the police, says, with a smirk of satisfaction, there has been singularly little crime reported to him during the Christmas ...Article : 243 words
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