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THE EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN.

THE TURKS REPULSED

C&iro, February 3

Tha British mpf, tbe enemy in the vicinity of Ismallia on Tuesday. The enemy's ardour was cheeked by a sandstorm, and their shooting was ;bad. They eventually retreated. Six British were wounded. A Turkish attempt to bridge the Canal at Tousson was repulsed. Tbe bridging material was captured. MUSSULMEN WANT PEACE. London, February 3 A Swiss, who has returned from Jerusalem, states that tbe - preparations for the expedition against Egypt are on an enormous scale, Vast sums have been spent on provisions for the desert march, but the soldiers have scanty enthusiasm for the adventure, and tbe bulk of the Mussulmen would welcome peace.

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THE EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3475, 5 February 1915

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THE EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3475, 5 February 1915

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