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GREECE'S ULTIMATUM NO ATTACK ON SERBIA. Amsterdam, October 3. '•Liokiil A__ igera " Athens Oorres» pondent states that tbe Greek Govern* ment allows it to be clearly understood that it will consider any Bulgarian Btrack on Serbia an attack on Greece. I TURKISH REPORT. BATTERIES SILENCED. A Turkish communique states— "Near Beddul Babr we silenoed

some enemy batteries and destroyed a portion of the trenches on the left wing. We exploded a mine by a counter mine on the right wing," GERMAN BOAT LOST Amsterdam, Oct 3 A 6'i'uiM patrol boat struok a mine at th? imri'.h of the Em?,' and was beached at Borkiim, PRISONERS IN RUSSIA. The Russian newspapers report that Aujtro Garraan prisoners in Russia to September 18tb, tot-lled 1,000,000. JHE BALKAN CRISIS. PRECAUTIONS TAKEN. London, October 3 Tbe Greek Government has ordered all Greek steamers to complete their charters and proceed direct to Piraeus within six days' A Pdlrograd message states that the" Rusfian M master at Sofia has been ordpred fo depart unless Bulgaria, within twenty-four hours, breaks ©ff with tha Tuetons and dismisses tbe Auetro German officers now in Bui gam I CHANGE IN RUSSI*N CAMPAIGN. : GERMANS OUTWITTED. I Tho "Observer's" Petrograd correa 1 ponder*> writes that the fear felt for | the big cities of Petrograd, Mosoow, and Kit /l* has quite died away A very real change basoccuired in the situation at the front, The Russians, I without anywhere giving the Germans the stiti-faction of n general battle are gradually transformirja their passive resistance all along tbe line. THE WESTERN FRONT. ; GERMANS' VAIN EFFORT. jl Paris, October 8.

A communique states : — 1 Beyen Souebez and Givenchy j Wood the enemy made four attempts to retake our lines by bombing portions of the lo3t trenches, Their at tempts were everywhere repulsed "Tbe enemy bombarded portion of the reserve trenches in the Suippes Valley. He is still using asphyxiating

gas "We silenced several of the enemy's batteries" GREEKS IN TH'? WAR.

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3493, 5 October 1915

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3493, 5 October 1915

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