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STRUGGLE ABOUT LIEGE.

NOKTH SEA TRADE RE-OPENED.

There is still no news of the British troops- A German destroyer struck one of their own mines, and forty men were killed. An attempt was made to wreck tbe Canadian-Northern Railway. The Montenegrins and Servians are advancing. There are heavy cavalry engagements about Liege between the Belgians, French and Germans, and the French cavalry is worsting the Germans. The French have captured three guns and three Maxims. Sir George Reid received an assuring message as to the safety of the trade. A list is given of tbe officers in command of the Canterbury detachment of the Expeditionary Force, *

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STRUGGLE ABOUT LIEGE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4421, 14 August 1914

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STRUGGLE ABOUT LIEGE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4421, 14 August 1914

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