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ITALIANS' PROGRESS.

oippuas of PAsaßs Rome, May 30 Correspondents state that the Italians have captured Pasubs, dominating the valleys of Vieenza. Official—Advanoing on the banks of the Adfge, we captured Jiioante, which waa protected by several rows of trenches. Our lobsbb were slight. We routed two companies near Misarina. Our dirigibles dropped numerous bombs, and did severe damage on tbe Friuli frontier. We brought down an enemy aeroplane near Valdelano. KING EMANUEL'S MESSAGE. London, May 30. King Victor Emanuel telegraphed to King George that the ancient traditional friendship between the Italian and English people was now strengthened by a bond of blood against a common enemy, and expressed ardent hopes for victory, The King cordially reciprocated and expressed deep gratification that Italy was so closely allied with a great and noble cause. Hβ felt complete confilenee in the success of their united efforts.

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ITALIANS' PROGRESS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3463, 1 June 1915

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ITALIANS' PROGRESS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3463, 1 June 1915

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