FATAL. "Of course, doctor, German measles are seldom serioDsT "I never met but one fatal case." " Fatal !" '• Yes: it wats a Frenchman, and when ho -discovered it was German measles that he had mortification set in."
A correspondent informs the London 'Times' that his cousin lately had a letter from a lady at Brussels, in whoso school she formerly was This lady declared that she had no news, except for one. copy of 'The. Times' just atter the fall of Antwerp, for which she and some friends, who 1 , subscribing together, putchased the paper, paid £7.
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915
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