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j SXITFKD OUT TKMPORAIW.V. | A' nir,),-J, ago , write,-.. Sir Henry Lurv. in ; U ■ •<;,•<;;,. - ,\J,TM'- 'f'tir.lie '; '"'■ Secretary, i.nder eenferre-l njjon ! him In- the Hclencc oi the l\ea.i;n Regula- : iio!i,~. ordered ;i ; al; ihe Mivrt-. Tin- order Las been en- . huiid Willi gieaUy-in, reaped .severity. !'ihe inside Jijjciuii:.;,' of t-hup window- "is j riilhli.-sly less'ced.' In ;i!l the principal ■ .--. and on ilm livvj- bridges, formerly '. ii.mili'anx of hiilhant, lighting, the coui ltrmiy of iiliiniiii.-iiiori is broken up by ' iu-re mul there extinguishing groups of | lamps. 'I hcj electric light, llaring on lofty ! buildings, a bold advertisement of whisky, i '..'.■,'). i-oil'ee. and other articles of domestic ; < oiniiien't; no longer illuminates the banks ! of ti:e riwr or tue pumic thoroughfares. i This precaution a_iain~t the German habit j of dropping b<.;ni.e en di-icnceicsß masses ! of population iias extended to towns on i Ihe sea ,'a-t. A; all the princij al wateri iug pltiee.s aloiu the j-.(.,_'lish Channel j notices have i.evn served upon hota-ehojd-I ers and -hoo.ieojHT.* directing them to 1 show ao ihiie hgiit as p'n-sibie in leonu : facing ihe sea.

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"THE LlGHTS OF LONDON", Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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"THE LlGHTS OF LONDON" Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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