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RECENT EVENTS

\V\l.[;rs AMI fAKi-KNTTCK IT TO H\TK. The Crown I'r-in-o and iln- Ktnperor Were ivaikim: hand in hand, 'l'h ' * iiTiii:iit l.rr.vi r expand. -.1 ' w <-.,,-M -.;: lv 1 .•■•-- t l-i-< w r'd." They >;ih. '• ii. wind I"' trrand!" " I'' .-ill our fin v arr.iv curps Uai<-'md Midi:'. idv "ii t'l-iiii.o. It.. \..u iv.t. ihiulc." ih" ' .•■•wii Prince ft;.], " Thill w.111.i our ~nu. :• eldl.tne-?" "It. uii'jht <!<.." i-ii.i tli..- Ihupe:'..!-; " Ii sefiiis a r-piendid .'ii.ii.'>!" "Km" Albert. '... i'iv in" ii- cine ihiou.di Y.'.ii- niuhtri-: v<iu mi.'.M 'share Tii.' c,,,.,',-. Wbn!.:- That "Id treatyP Imi'i napcr made t.. H'.'ii-'r And if \nii ddii':- asr." v.dili m", Ali !. say is ' Hvw.il'..:'" The Kim; of r.ck'iiini l.i'i!;r(T at him, Mill. never :i word be said ; He onlv unvr- ii ~.-..rni'!il -niiio. Turninir away his head. M'vuiinp: lop.ii.v ho nrieh preferred 'I !i»- jiiitii <i\ ii'.nor in.;."iii. 'The t me hn = come," Ihe Tmperor giiid, " Humanity tn stun. And "-how our rultun; to inn wnrM Will: Mvcrd ;nid bomb iiud frun'" Th<-- : iMitn IViir-B answered nothinpr Imt- " 1,..0;ini; is always fun!" " Srijp.p Zeppelin?," thfi Emperor cried. "Arc -wli.it vr» chiefly need. While houses burnt and children slain Will iliow the German creed; If wo nn only po nn thill-, We- .-hiil plea.--o. Ciod indeed!" "Lot i;s nmv order tinnl; 1 , mv boy, J-'nr all that has been de.ne. l:i every church in liokdum "■— ]Jul. church;;s there, were none! And this was 'ra-'eely odd, iiec;tu-e. They'd bund up ftvt-i'y <>ijf! —M. 15.11., in 'London Opinion.'

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RECENT EVENTS, Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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RECENT EVENTS Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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