FINE RESPONSE FROM CANADA.
London, July 28.
There is a remarkable machine gun campaign in Canada. One thousand were promised in a fortnight, inoluding an offer from Hamilton, Ontario, of two hundred and an offer from the Ontario Government of five hundred,
THE DARDANELLES. Paws, July 28. A communique states: —
"Slight progress was made on our right wing at the Dardanelles.
"Allied aviators successfully bombed the aviation camp north of Cbanak, causing a large fire in the oil depot."
AN AIRSHIP ACCIDENT. London, July 28.
An airship accidentally exploded at Wormwood Scrubb's. Three were killed and a dozen injured. [Wormwood Scrubbs is a suburb of London where the navel airships have a depot] OFFICIAL DETAILS, The Admiralty announces that at 11 o'clock this morning a hydrogen explosion in the airship shed at Wormwood Scrubbs killed two of the air mechanics and injured nine, some seriously. The building was damaged.
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MAKING MUNITIONS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915
MAKING MUNITIONS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915
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