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THREE GERMAN CRUISERS SUNK.

ENGAGEMENT OFF FALKLANP ISLANDS. Wsmling'ion-, Dec. 10. The Governor rfceivt>d from Mi H'ircourr, of tbe British Admiralty t tbe followiiiCf me?mge :■- ---"Tbe Sebftrnborsjo, Gneisnan, Nurt berg, Deaden aod Leipzig wort t-igbted near Falkland Islands by the British squadron, under Vice Admirai Sturdee. An action followed, and '.be Beharnborst, flying tbe il*" of Vice Admiral Yon Spre, tho Gooisnau T?nd Leipaig were all aunk. Tbe Dresden and Nurnberg arQ be ing pursued, aud two coiliera were captured. Our casualties were vory slight. Home 3urvivoi - 3 wpre rescued from ihn Gnoiflau and Loipzig." ADVANCE ON AKGONNK. London, December 'j Ficrich nrfillcy on \h<> Argoone appKCiilbhi gains. P/ogims) has boon mad" ulonp; the Arffnnnft nnd tbn boighfs "f the WKSTERN TriEATKK, To thp i-ouib fjnhh of ('meow a now j *vMli di'Vclopirig, km a rnmilt; of 'he ■\ii-i '» Gi' niim !i'ti<rn- t to otitfl-nli hi' \i\i- inn If f' wing, j KAlSKirs CONDITION. ! It in ropof'O'l nflicinliy thfit the K'Ufpr'fi (idrulition is snrioup, j i

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THREE GERMAN CRUISERS SUNK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3460, 11 December 1914

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THREE GERMAN CRUISERS SUNK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3460, 11 December 1914

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