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GERMAN CRUISER SUNK.

SIGNAL VICTORY OF THE FRENCH.

BELGIANS REPULSE GERMANS.

"The latest news is to effect the Belgians are making good headway against the Germans, having blown up tunnels and bridges in advance. - Switzerland also is resisting invasion. The Germans have pursued a ! Norwegian steamer in Chinese waters, and detained an English one. The French have captured two German nruisere and sunk a third. Tbe German and Austrian Mediterranean squadrons are joining at Messina- The Breeze defied tbe patrol at Ly.ttelton Heads, and was fired on. Movements of tbe local defence forces ar9 reported. Volunteers are enlisting eagerly.

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GERMAN CRUISER SUNK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914

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GERMAN CRUISER SUNK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914

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