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LATEST HIGH COMMISSIONER'S CABLE.

Official—The Governor of Nyasaaland reports that reeonnoi3ranee beyond the frontier was made on the 13th without contact being established with the enemy. Of nineteen German officers engaged eleven are accounted for- Three others escaped wounded. The German losses, both rank and file, were heavy. Submarine E9 has returned safely. D 4 has returned safely, having torpedoed German cruiser, believed to be the Hela, six miles south of Heligoland. The Governor General of South Africa cables to Secretary of State for Colonies : "The subjects of South Africa are firmly resolved to fulfil their sacred duty by assisting with resources at their disposal to bring the terrible war, which has been forced upon His Majesty, to a speedy and successful conclusion."

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LATEST HIGH COMMISSIONER'S CABLE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 440, 18 September 1914

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LATEST HIGH COMMISSIONER'S CABLE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 440, 18 September 1914

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