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THE DARDANFLLES.

ADVANCE ON GALLIPOLI PENIN SULA.

On Saturday evening the Franco-British forces operating in the south of Gallipoli Peninßuls, with the support of the gune of the Allied fleet, made a general attack against the position already damaged the day before. The troope. with remarkable skill and vigour, took, at the point of the bayonet, several lines of trenches on the hiighle of Krithia. During the day they consolidated and fortified the ground eon' quered the day before. i

The Turks made no attempt to connter attack.

MISSING NAVAL MEN. ' LONDON. May 12

The naval men missing, believed to be prisoners of war from the Maori and Crusader, number eighty-eight

DARDANELLES LOSSES. Th.i Dardanelles men killed twenty, wounded thirty.

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THE DARDANFLLES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3459, 14 May 1915

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THE DARDANFLLES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3459, 14 May 1915

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