BELGIAN GIFTS SUNK. LoNßoy, January 30- ---> The Shaw Saville liaer Tokomari , , t earryiog New Zealand gifts to ihe Belgians, was blown up off Havre The crew was saved, Tbe bnlk of he? cargo was cargoes of mutton '
'ThH iiuer i.i supposed 10 bnvo been j, ininetJ, b REBELLION IN MYASSALAND. n Capetown, January 30. It. ia officially stated that tbere was ' a rebellion in Nyassaland on January 23. Tbe 'ebels were principally v Aogiirus.. Three whites wore killed a at, nnd i-veral women and childrtil ; were car. Ed off, but were . consequently released. A'store at l Blantyre was raided, and a watchman ' killed .and arras and ammunition were poized. Sev&ral of the ringleaders have been arrested, and three have I boon executed. Tbe leader has not yet been captured, but the situation is c now in band. „ E 1
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TOKOMARU SUNK, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3474, 2 February 1915
TOKOMARU SUNK Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3474, 2 February 1915
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