FICTITIOUS REPORTS ABOUT PEACE.
A LONG WAS. London, October 4. "The Times" military correspondent warns the country that tbere are prospects of a long war, and urges corresponding measures of preparation. GERMANS ENCLOSED IN A RING. Amsterdam, October 4. The "Nieuwe Rotterdannsch Courant" says the British, French and Belgian troops are now linked up, enclosing the Germans in a ring ofsteel. Lille is free of the enemy, but Valenciennes is still in German hands, ATTACKS ON ANTWERP. Antwerp, October 4. Tbe "Handelsblad" learns that two German attacks on Antwerp were repulsed, The German losses were severe. The Germans have not yet attempted to cross the Nethe. Flags have been hoisted on the town hall and on church towers to indicate that tbe buildings are historic, and contain works of art.
THE TALNTUTS EXCITING VOYAGE.
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FICTITIOUS REPORTS ABOUT PEACE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 6 October 1914
FICTITIOUS REPORTS ABOUT PEACE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 6 October 1914
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