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GLUE AND A RING.

A PARIS SENSATSOM. LAiIONESS' DOUBLE LIFE. UV ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.—COPIEIGHT. Pfcß UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATION. Received May 1, 9 a.m. PARIS, April 30. i".\'\';ness Dcchastot lias \yjcw arrested i:: a jeweller's shop with a diamond ring discovered adhering to a dr<;;. of glue in trie palm of her hand. It is alleged that she has been leading a double life as a poor milliner living in a flat with her young daughter and as a baroness living in a private mansion in a fashionable cuarter of Paris, whence she motored daily to the principal shops. It is stated that large robberies of lace and jewels have been revealed.

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GLUE AND A RING. Mataura Ensign, 1 May 1911

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