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The great war is likely to I*s responsible for the. adoption of some peculiar baptismal names for children. Already a "Liege" and a " Louvain" have oeen registered at the Christchurch office". Last night the City Fire Brigade were called out to a fire at Miss MurdockV residence at the corner of Onslow and Beach streets. St. Clair. It turned out to be a chimney fire. The flames were quickly subdued,, and no damage was sustained. •/ne of the German sailors in the detention ca'mp at frith Hill, Cnr><berley, died from pneumonia. The coffin, covered with the Union Jack, was followed by a party of German sailors under an armed escort. Two embroidered waistcoats worn by "Bonnie Prince Charlie" have been sent by a lady to be sold for Quetsii Mary's work for women fund.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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