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THE KAISER'S BIRTHDAY.

CELEBRATIONS IN MADRID. Madrid, January 30 Ten thousand rencuonary celebrated the Kail's birthday handing cards to the German Ambassador and thanking him for removing a statue at Brussels. Republicans, Radicals, Democrats and Liberals retoned by hauding numberless cards to the British and French Ambaapadora. At the Httdieal Congress an Italian secured th« passing of a resolution in frtvnur nf Lo,Hau in" rvpntion in e»p '.. , f -~. •- ■■;.>■ r,, bi- h P'-<•■«••-■ ■«'■ t, , 0 ,.-;.., ..< hr !■•• •,• i=, ■•!>,■ •. ■■>■■>■ " rh.tt 'ok R-i<iiC'i.s .f- v"n'ei"! "Hdira i y. ! HU "lAN 'VI 'TORY DKSTKOYER aT WORK. Petrograd, January 30. A Rusrian column crossed the mountain crest in a snowstorm at Sarykamish on and ocenpiek Go r ness after b>avy The commander and bis staff of sixteen officpi's, three guns and stores wer<cnpturel - I The Turka attacked the column on ! Thursday, and were thrown back with 1 heavy losses J A Russian torpedo destroyer raided Ti-fibizond on Thursday and bom barded the troops there, who fled. jThe botribardmeiit damaged the bar--1 racka nnd stores. ! Another destroyer silenced two I batteries, damaged the barracks and sank several vessels at Riz9.

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THE KAISER'S BIRTHDAY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3474, 2 February 1915

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THE KAISER'S BIRTHDAY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3474, 2 February 1915

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