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BOFIA, December 1

One hundred and forty five German offi cers destined for the army to aUaok Egypt passed t rough Bofii They stated that n<Germans would b<3 employed in the expedition exoept offiiers eimmandii.g.


LONDON, December 1

Tha "Times" oo respondent at Pbtrogriir states that tbe Germans on the Ksga iron! are definitely assuming the defensive, ami have established strongly fort fi-d positxjnr protected by four lines of wire entaoglement? 4. oontinaal stream, of reinfnroements if flowing in, but tka whole Busaian front if quiet Iα view' of ttso B dh*n development experts regard the southern part of the ttus sian tine as most important ewing to th» enemy's concentration in that region. NONEXIBTANT PEACE, fiord Haldane, in speaking at King's Col,, lege, said that for purposes of peace the Ger man osteon did not exist. Peace could not be negotiated save when the General Staff, into whose hands the Gorman democracy had given all gower, go. CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT.

The New Zealand War ContingHnt Asao oiatlon ia arranging f<"- the GaristoMH O'lter taining at Ep-om and Weymou'h Ho«pitalß. where the majirity of the New Zaalaud wounded are quartered.


PARIS, Deoeraber 1

The Chamber o£ Deputies adopted a Bill authorising the calling up of the 1917 claes as a prudential measure. A French army order anoonnoes that Corporal Burrugne, aged seventy eir, who served in the 1870 war, has been engaged

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for tbe duration of the war. He insisted on going to thr> fro'H as a sapper, as ha did not feel tho strain nf the work. GOVERNORSHIP OF POLAND. The "Daily Mail's" Rome correspondent says that the Kaiser's visit to Vienna is due to aoute Austro German distentions, chiefly on qanstions relating to Poland. (It. van stated shortly after ihe oseupftt'on • if; Poland that hnth a German and nn Aus- • rian Governor had bpen appointed, and that their jurisdiction overtapp°d) PERSIAN TROUBLE. PETROGKAB, December 1 . The «'Fovo<p Vremya.fl " Tiflis corrofpondent Ptntcs that the Germans transported ft hope qnnn'ity of bombs, maxims; riflos nnd other military Bunolies from Tf heran to Tspahin and Hamndan. Members, of 'he Govpj-nment palpibly ftymDathi°e with i nf fhe Entente, and the £hah is powerless to resist. ROUMANIAN P ARMAMENT. BUdHARRST. Dpopmber t Whi'e rpading bJ= "pepoh tit thp opening \of Pttrlinment, the King was obliptpd to pnnse

iwing •■*> members Opposition ervina , "Down wi»h Germany and Hungary. Loud ns into Transylvania." Ministerialists tried to drnwn their shouts with oheers Min°s aro beins laid in Roumanian waters of th" lower Danube, DROP IN GERMAN EXCHANGE. NEW YORK. December! Thprp h«R bpen a renrmi-lnbln dron ; n the German TCxohanse rate in the past few 4aye. ''he value of four marks is now qnoted nt 793 cpnts. Thp rate was'a* 94 cents before the Serbian campaign. [A mork is nominally equal to slightly lefH than a shilling, so that a fou ,- mark ptandaid would be the nearest approximation to an American dollar, which is worth 100 cents!

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3501, 3 December 1915

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3501, 3 December 1915

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