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THE INDIANS AGAIN.

BAYONETS SWEPT ASIDE. London, December 22

Regarding the official reference to the Indians at Kiehebourg, the German?, t>y a sudden effort, broke through at that point, and found themselves confronted by a swollen) stream and the centre of a veritable j inferno. Then the Indians on both | flanks assaulted the enemy, none oi whom escaped. Next the Indians made a rush, expelling the Germans from their advanced trenches. The Indians swept tbe German bayonets aside with their naked hands, and com plefced.frightful execution with their knives. AIRMEN RAID. The "Daily Mail's" Dunkirk correspondent has reported that tbe Allies' airmen bombarded and fired a Zeppelin shed at Brussels. A night raid was also mude over the German coastal regiments, where twelve bombs were dropped and considerable dam age done. All the airmen returned fafeiy. German officers with ■•nerves."

Tbe Berlin correspondent of the ''Nietiwe Couram" *ays that there are thousand German officers in Berlin suffering from wrecked nerves and unable to return to the fri lv consequence the Kaiser recti! idy "addressed a thous" and of thent, and urged them to pull themselves together, as they were urgently required.

GERMAN SUPPLY CAPTUHED.

SHIPS

British warships, near Falkland Islands, have captured tbe new Ham' burg-AmericaD liners Baden and Santa Isabel, which have been acting as supply ships to German cruisers.

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THE INDIANS AGAIN., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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THE INDIANS AGAIN. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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