THE TURKISH FLEET.
BRITISH PEACE OVERTURES.
GERMAN COMMANDER APPOINTED.
Rome, October 4.
It is reported that an irade bas been issued at Constantinople appointing the German Admiral Suhon to com mand the Turkish fleet together with 80 German commanders.
''TIMES" ATTACKS "NEW YORK AMERICAN.'' London, October 4. "The Times," in a leading article, says : —"We are in the position to state on the highest authority that there is not a vestige of foundation for a story in the shape of an alleged fnterview in the "New York American" with a highly placed official in the British Government representing that Great Britain is putting out feelers for peace through the medium of the United States. No such statement has been made by any representative of the British Government. Mr Randolph Hearst bas palmed off upon the readers of his papers unconsciously, (if innocently), mischievioua fiction calculated to create distrust and bad blood between the Allies." TAINUI * ARRIVES SAFELY.
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THE TURKISH FLEET. BRITISH PEACE OVERTURES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 6 October 1914
THE TURKISH FLEET. BRITISH PEACE OVERTURES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 6 October 1914
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