WAR IN EUROPE.
ALLIES' NOTE APPROVED. London, November 24
Reater'a Athena correspondent gtates tbat tbe Allies* Note, which wan presented yesterday, wn. di.oiia-ed a j the KmK't* luriobaon to M (Inohni (he Frenoh repret-em-auve). King o<a stantiDe announced that tbe Nolo was of a friendly tone, and demanded con firmation of Greece's as.nrnnce-> rt* lating to the Aflie-** troops. He nddw) tbat she No r e would be f.ivountb;y te oeived. No time limit bud been fixod, but the Note a_ked for tbe speediest possible reply. It is generally believed tbat Gfpece will oompletely acoept the dyraandt*
Copenhagen reports mate that, the name of the new German D'emi Dnugbt, which is reported to have Struck a mine and h*en mink in ib> Baltic on Fnday, in Mmkgraf. Salonika reports state that M Skomoud ia nxpeoted to resign owing to tbe d ffieuity with G' >«' hi Haiti.
CRISIS IN BEKMA
Paris, November 24
The Serbian oornmuoique etates tbat sharp * fighting ocourred between Mlava and Morava All ennny attacks were repnlned At .Brnilvi'z* gtabbom fighting contiuu.R west of Kraljevo and on tho left bank of tbe Micbava. Ihe Bulgarians on lb» GZlrßtne son'hprn fnnv w...b where rdpu kd, und H a t..w,i" : s' Is-io. We giiui'd hih-ohs «i iv .be region of Ylassiai* and Yruugo. '
ONK THIRD AUvSED
Td-KIO. November 7A
H :-iu.i I-h 1, .I)'iistc*!- at [fii. i Mi. Affdrs, io-e'vievved, said that, only one third of ■ tbe'Rus:'ien army would lie armed by December, and that Japan won ddargely-contribute in completely arming tbe remaining two third..
CHURCHILL IN TRKNCHES. Pari., November 24
Mtijor Churchill bas been attnabod fo the Grenadiers, and b:i. had bin first rpall iv tbe trenches
Tbere ii little acivit.y on the Btiish front as the weiihar ia very wintry.
SERBIAN CAPITAL REMOVED.
Athens, November 24
It is aaaoauood that tbo Garbian Government has moved from Prisrend to Kcutrari, in Allim.
Rome, November 24. Tho Austrbu.s hav--.-nvacnu'i-'d More and Rovoreto (iIiEECB AND TI-If<; ENTENTE /■then«, November 24. Tbe Gretk Oabinet consklaK-d tbo Entente's demands. After tbe Cabinet rose some ministers paid that the situation was olearh.g. Tho Entente's demands are now being defined, and found to be much cornminatory than was generally hulieved The Eotenty's dematids included the as siirance a" to tbn .x.euri.y of the Allied fore-'** in Mhc dniiia, which us. iimnce--thu Governtrjrin. had nuver refused to give. AMERICAN UNREST. WASHINGTON GUARDED Washivg'ion, November 24 Special friiard.. if d *tec ive-i have been engaged at Washing on in cog sequence of rumours of threatened outrages, including the destruction of the capital. The rtcaut explosion has made the authoriti»B norvou.i
There have been further riots in Cleveland. Many were injured. The riots originatt.d because a factory was used for the production of motor oars for the Allies.
Further evidence ngainst the Hatu burg Amerika 8 S Oo'a director!. showed that whole flpeta of s ; ean.er_ were engaged helping Gormen tvc:-- 1 sbipa at many porta in the United S r fl,T-3, both on lho Ar-lp.nt.ic and Pacific coasts, wilh coal and food sup plied on a large . calo,
• Sydney, November 25. A military raid wag carried out irs fchr. city with tbo object of npprehe - ding men masquerading as soldiers All men in uniform wore questioned, and 534 arre-ded for not having leave ana 40 wore detained, pending an en
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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 26 November 1915
WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 26 November 1915
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