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Order One of These Smart Skirts by Mail Booth's famous values are within easy reach, per medium of the I ost (Office. Write for one of these very Stylish Walking Skirts, giving length of Bkirt and waist measurement, and by return mail you will receive the parcel. If fit and value are not satisfactory, return the skirt, and we will refund your money. TWO ,f ' 111 .!, [1 PIECE .:; lip -if CJX7*\T3''V 1 If lll''/ ii! "j I with Belt. ' i 1 I M U Mixed W I lii Tweeds, ' j U tfm] Grey, Brown j If |/ P'fpl and Fawn. I |l | Iri'Jiiiijl 10/6 12/6 *| I J mil complete £ ■ W-^nß Discount JFTtSiIBSisS for Cash "*^S^'«imo^' Beath & Co. Ltd James Mitchell, Managing Director Christchurch

SPY MULLER SHOT. ANOTHER ALLEGED SPY. London, June 23. The Press Bureau states that the spy, Muller, was shot at the Tower of London this morning. Rosenhal, another alleged spy, will be tried by courtmartial. BRITISH WARSHIP TOR PEDOED. "London, June 28. The Admiralty announces that a torpedo struck the worship Koxourgh, of 10,850 tone, on Sunday night in the Nosth Sea. The/damage done was not serious, and the vessel was able to proceed under her own steam to port. There were no casualties. FALL OF LEMBERG. * RUSSIANS RETIRE IN ORDER. AUSTRIANS FIND FEW PRISONERS. Vienna, June 23. An official report says—"Lemberg has been captured." Amsterdam, June 23. The second Austrian army recaptured Lemberg after violent fighting. There was a great outburst of joy throughout Germany and Austria, and the capitals were decorated with flags. The Kaiser and the Emperor Franz Joseph exchanged congratulations and the Sultan expressed satisfaction. The Kaiser has created the Archduke Frederick a Prussian field marehal to mark the occasion. Austrian war correspondents admit, that the Russians fought magnificently and retreated eastward in perfect or der. The Austrians did not find any booty, and took few prisoners. RUSSIAN PROGRESS AT SHAVLI. IMPORTANT SUCCESSES ON DNIESTER; Petrograd, June 23. An official communique states that our cavalry in the Sbavli region burned a large quantity of enemy transports and put a powerful oonvoy to the sword, and also annihilated several commandos of chasseurs and mounted patrols. Our infantry in the Teneo region crossed the river and bayonetted a battalion. We repulsed desperate attacks north of Rawarusska, taking over 800 prisoners. We won an important success on the Dniester, below Nizniow, our infantry storming many fortified farms near the village of Snevidourf, and capturing 3500 prisoners and many machine guns. The enemy retreated in frail flight across the Dniester. The pursuit continues on the enemy's beels. The enemy is also retreating at many other points on the Dniester region and a further 1000 prisoners have been taken.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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