FURTHER CREDIT VOTE.
London, November 3 Mr Asquith announced a lurther credit vote next week, • ' !
THE SERBIAN STAND.
HEAVY GEOMAN CASUALTIES.
Bucharest, November 3
There were four days' fighting near Kragujevtz before the Germans were able to advance, When reinforced they opened a general attack with 45,000, The casualties were 20,000, as the Serbians defended work after work with the utmost valour. The Germans took terrible reprisals-or the population, imprisoning women and ohildreq. , -
COEPEB MINES FLOODED
Tb>, copper mines at tfor between the Danube and the Timok,valley have been flooded to,pi'event theGsriibem, ;> Governm e ni has been installed at Mitroviiza. ,
BULGARIANS AT GALLI POLLI.
ALLIES BOMBARD CHISMIE.
Athens, November 8
Two thousand Bulgarian soldiers traversed Constantinople towards Gatlipoli. ,
The Turka burgled the British Consulate afc Smyrna, and removed the archives. .
Four Allied destroyers bombarded Chismie, dostroying forts, customhouse, old barracks, the Governor's residence, and a large part of the Turkish quarters.
UNITED STATES AND BRITAIN.
THE HOCKING CASE
Washington, November 3,
United States decided not to protest against the seizure of the steamer Hocking, but fco allow the case to pro: ceed in the ordinary way in fche British prize court.
Berlin, November 3
General Yon Htndenburg has bean forced to withdraw bis lines between Swenton and llsen lakes.
MUST BE SURE OF SUCCESS
Milan, November 8
The "Oorriere Delia Sera" says that M Buatiauo, Prime Minister of tioumania, will not move unless cer tain of success. The Allies must inspire a certainty. Roumania believes the side which conquers Oonsfcanti nople will have won the war.
FRANCE AND BRITAIN UNITED.
SERBIANS TO BE HELPED,
Paris, November 3
M. Briaml, ia the Chamber, stated:.—"We bave come to a com , plate ogreetaent with the British Government regarding military oper ationa in the Balkans, The Allieg will not abandon tha heroic Serbians, whose resistance fills tho world with admiration."
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