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WAR IN EUROPE.

ZEPPELIN OVER LONDON

DE V ILB NUT YE r AVAILABLE. The High Oomraissioaer reports: — London. October 14.

A Zoppe'in raid was made ye*ter d*y t-VBoing over a portion of London. A certain Dumber of incendiary and explosive bombs were dropped The material damage was small. A fire resulted, but was quickly put out by fire brigades. The Admiralty will issue a statement to-day wben particulars are available. At present it is only possible to say no public buildings were damaged. Casualties so far reported—Two women and six men kilted end about

thirty four injured. With the execp tion of one soldier killed, all were civilians.

THE BALKANS.

BULGARIA DECLARES WAR.

New York, Ootober 18. Reutev's London correspondent states that Bulgaria has declared war on Serbia. ATTAOK AT BELGRADE.

AN AUSTRIAN CLAIM.

Amsterdam, October 13

An Austrian communique states— Austro Bulgarian sroops, advancing from Belgrade, stormed the Bigar Mountain eastward of the town, and Hie land on the entrenchments cap , urirg three guns. All tbe heights round Belgrade commanding tbe river cro3°it>g9 are in the possession of tbe Austro'Germans.

SERBIAN VILLAGE ATTACKED,

WOMEN AND CHILDREN KILLED.

Nish. October 13

Aeroplanes are bombing the Ser hi ran towns and villages and killing women and children in the hope of terrorising the population.

Tbe Serbians? captured several guns on tbe outskirts of Belgrade.

Tbe Austro-Germans were forced to evacuate Orsova under a fierce Serbian artillery fire, which destroyed tbe barracks and ammunition depot.

THE TRUTH DEMANDED.

CENSOKSBIt CONDEMNED.

London, October 18

Severe controversies are ragiDg regarding the censorship, whioh is condemned everywhere.

Tbe newspapers are demanding thai the public be told the truth.

MEXICO,

OARRANZA GOVERNMENT RECOGNISED. A Washington message states that

the United States is recognising the Garranza Government in Mexico. POWERFUL WIRELESS STATIONB.

Sydney, October 14. Advices received in Sydney states that a powerful wireless station is being erected on Ocean Island.

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3496, 15 October 1915

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3496, 15 October 1915

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