THE PARIS SENSATION.
; Paris, July 27. Labori rend Caillnux'a love letters, Mdme. Caillaux sobbing violently meanwhile. They contained; many passionate endearments, one expressing fear of blackmail ended •' A thousand, million kisses all over your adored litt'e bodi , ." As this was read out it proved too mucn for the prisoner, who fainted, and the guartfs carried her out. Injections of ether became necessary before she recovered, when^tbq'hearing was resumed in an hour.
No colcf is "NAZOL" proof A few drops o# sugar slowly dissolved in the mouth, and a few go#ci inhalations from a Nazol Inhaler will diepe) the trouble. Influenza, all Colds Bronchitii, or Nasal Catarrh are quickly cured byj'NAZOL." If taken as directed. NAZOL to the troutyg moves It. •
' Labori declined to read the rest of tbe lettfrs
Judge Albanel, prpsident of tbe court, sent seconds to Judge Dagoury, the assessor, who is aseis'.ing him, owing to Dagoury remonstrating in court with Albanel for favouring the Cailliiux. A duel was averted, and iho matter was referred to the Minister for Justice.
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THE PARIS SENSATION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914
THE PARIS SENSATION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914
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