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BRILLIANT new SERIAL.

"THE BARRIER." Publication is commenced in the columns of the New Zealand Herali* supplement this morning of "The Barrier," a brilliant now serial story. "The Barrier" is from the pen of E. Almaz Stout, who is becoming widely known in England as a writer j of bright modern fiction, and the author's • latest story has quite surpassed any pre- I vious efforts. "The- Barrier'' deals with , the high play indulged in at many London j bridge parties, and the characters all move j in the smartest society circles. This new j serial is of enthralling interest, and should find many readers, both old and young. Instalments of "The Barrier" will, appear daily unfc'l its completion. Our readers should not fail to take this opportunity of earl; perusal of a work that,' whea issued n book form, will rank as one of 1 tto fin« naval* of the _year, ■ _:'.n

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BRILLIANT new SERIAL., New Zealand Herald, Volume L, Issue 15240, 1 March 1913

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BRILLIANT new SERIAL. New Zealand Herald, Volume L, Issue 15240, 1 March 1913

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