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WAR IN EUROPE.

GERMAN SUBMARINES SENT

TO TURKEY Gbneva, November 21

Bulgarian reports state that many German submarines are passing to wards Turkey from German work "hops at Rodosto, where they are refitted.

LORD KITCHENER IN GREECE

GERMANS UNEASY Athbnß, November 21 A lengthy Cabinet meeting followed Lord Kitchener's interview with King Constantino, M. Skouloudis, and Lord Kitchener quitted Athens. The "Frankurter Zaitung," in an editorial artiole, expresses the fear 'bat Lord Kitchener's visit to Athens will produce a sudden ohange in the policy of Greece

SERBIAN RETREAT

BULGARIAN ATROCITIES "Arrivals from the front report that the Berbian retreat has been orderly, and that tbey have lo*t no prisoners The only guns captured were old ones of little value 80 ghastly were the Bulgarian atrocities at Perot that the Austro Germans intervened, and policed Nish to save innooent people.

AN AFRICAN PATRIOT Paris. November 21

Montery Q-ibro, a son of the ex King of Dahomey, has died at Neuf chateau He served in all the Frenoh Colonial winning eleven decoratieus, inoluding the military medal, and came to Franca to fight the Germans.

SERBIANS AT MONASTIR

ADVANCE STOPPED

The "Petit Journal" states that the Serbians at Monaatir bad advanced seven kilometres towards Prilip, when tbe Bulgarians apparently stopped them

LOSS OF ZEPPELIN CopENa_GEN, November 21

A modern Zappalin, bran new and of the latest type, oaaupied a new shed ooveringan aore. Daring alteratioas to the roof of the hangar, a workman, who waa smoking in defianoe of orders, dropped a oigar on the epve lope causing an explosion. Eleven persons were either killed or injured Some Boldiers were pumping gas into the Zeppelin wben a violent explosion destroyed her, killing one and woun diog eight men.

GERMAN INTRIGUE IN

CHINA

MOEE FALSEHOODS Pekin, November 21

The German Legation is spending inoreised amounts in propaganda telling falsehoods and lurid talea about India Ths Legation hopes to stir up the Chinese by tho aoousation that Britain has sold China and Japan.

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915

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