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CANADIANS AT THE FRONT.

Ottawa, December 20.

The Princess Patricia's Regiment, which is now in tbe firing line, is the first Canadian contingent to reach the front. BURNT TO DEATH. Paris, December 20 Two military * aviators fell near Issy lea Moutineux. Their petrol caught fire, and both were burnt to cinders. BOMBING SAARBUSG. . Amsterdam, December 20. I A Berlin telegram states that two of the Allies' airmen threw ten bombs on Saarburg, in Lorraine, ou Thura day night, killing a Uhian and severely wounding a girl. • They nbo dropped bomb 3on other villages. THE PENALTY OF TRUTH. Amsterdam, December 20. One hundred and ninety three priests have been shot, wounded or imprisoned forgiving evidence nt the commission of eDquiry into the.Gur man outrages in Belgium. A TAUBE APPKARS. London, D«c«mb-r 20.

Router* OapHtoWo com\spondem. s>af.es that a Trtiibe flew over the Union Camp at Cbdiikaib, German South West Africa, and dropped two bombs, The second fell among a group of artillerymen, killing one and wounding eight. RAID ON SCARBOROUGH. London, D9cember 20There were pathetic scenes at the funerals of the warships' victims at Scarborough. The Archbishop of York, in an ad dress at the memorial service, speaking from tbe text oa the "Death of tbt Innocents," said it would be to them a reminder of the ruthless ferocity of the war spirit which the Allies were striving to destroy STEAMER MINED. London, December 21 The steamer Tritonia, bound for | New Brunswick, struck a mine off thn north of Ireland on Saturday It. i* believed that she foundered. The crew has landed. (The Tritonia wa3 a 4272 ton boat owned by Donaldson Broa., Glasgow, and commanded by Captain B. iVlur ray, She was built by D and W. Henderson & Co., at Glasgow in 1893, and was classed 100 Al at Lloyds).

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CANADIANS AT THE FRONT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3463, 22 December 1914

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CANADIANS AT THE FRONT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3463, 22 December 1914

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