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Rome, May 26.

Official—ln the Trentino we occupied Montozolale and Ponteoaffaro. in Valo igrudicaria, and territory north of Farrar, ateo' Montebald, Montencorne and Montefoppiano on ihe north slope, and Leeetine, Papubio and Monteleoffalami at the extremities of the Aguo and Leograva valleys; also the high defiles of tbe Brenta i Valley We occupied all tbe frontier between Casse3 and Cadone,- while on the Carnic frontier we won by a bayonet attack tho Valiniferno Pass at the end of Valdegano. Our offen sive is progressing near Caponeto, our aviators bombing the electricity works and the railway station at Monfal cone ITALIAN KING COMMANDS. Rome, May 26 King Emannel, in supreme command of the land forces, has gone to the front Italy has declared a blockade Tbe Austrian and Albanian experts point out that the Austrian defences realty begin on the east bank of the Issonza Several battalions whioh have been specially trained in the use of land mines are stationed at Treat and Roverldo. The Auatrians say that they intend to usedjnamitefirst and then oapnon TORPEDOED. London May 26 The American steamer Nebraskan was torpedoed off Fastnet The crew was saved. She was-outward bound for Delaware, and when forty miles off I Fastnet sent a wireless message last night calling for help, stating tbat she was torpedoed, and tbat the crew were standing by in their boats, tbe ! weather being fine. An armed trawler picked up the Nebraskan, which is \ making for Queenstown with her forehold full of water.

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ITALY'S PART., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3461, 28 May 1915

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ITALY'S PART. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3461, 28 May 1915

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