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LORD KITCHENER.

HIS MIBBION AT ROME

London, November 26

Lord Kitchener and Sir Rennell Rodd, British Ambassador in Rome, conferred with Signor Salandra, Baron Sonnino and other Ministers. Tbe newspapers published eulogistic articles of Lord Kitchener. BRITISH STEAMER ATTACKEDAmsterdam, November 28.

Three Gorman aeroplanes near the Noordhinder lightship attacked the Ptearner Balgownie, bound from Lon don to Rotterdam- Rifle and machine gun fire and bombthrowing lasted twenty minutes without effect, as the steamer went full speed and escaped without damage Tbe aeroplanes disappeared to the south THE DARDANELLES. Paris, November 28. A communique states : —Our artil lery at the Dardanelles on Wednesday and Thursday effectively bombarded heavy Turkish guns. A large number of wounded Turks recently arrived at Constantinople EFFECTIVE BRITISH BATTERIES. Tbe "Petit Parisian" states tbat fchfi Bulgarian attacks on the British at Valandovo melted under the power of fire of British batteries.

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LORD KITCHENER., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3509, 30 November 1915

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LORD KITCHENER. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3509, 30 November 1915

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