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MELBOURNE, January. 13

All nnmnrriod men employed at tbe Federal Works at Camberra hays received notice of dismissal. THE KAISER IN A BAD HUMOUR PAEIS, January 12 "Le Petit Journal's" Geneva corre?ponderjt Rtatps that it is rumoured in official circles in Berlin that tho Kaiser was in a detestable humour before his illness. Hβ was angry because General Fyncker and Admiral yon Tirpita bad blundered in nffirmincr that Rua«ia would accept a Genaian ultimatum, and that Britain would not fight, ■ SERBIA THE NEW KING LONDON, jßnuaay 12 The RoflQG correspondent of tbe "Daily News" states that t the illegitimate son of the Duke of Milan, who h»3 been residing at Vienna since the war began, has been sent to Belgrade and proalaimed King of Serbia. SUVLA BAY DEFAMATION OP CHARACTER Lieut. General Stopford, who was in charge of the Sulva Bay operations, has nsked the Wat- Office for leave to sue Sir lan Hamilton for defamatioa oi character. COMPULSION NO FAVOURITISM In tha House ot Commons. Mr Asquith, in reply to a question, said that members of tbo Fouse of Lords and House of Commons who were o£ military age, could not claim exemption from tho Compulsion Bill. AUSTRIANS CAPTURE GUNS . AMSTERDAM, January 12 An Austrian communique states—"We captured twonfcysix guns at Mt Lovtohen FALL OF MT. LOVTCHEN ROME, January 12 The fall of Mt Lovtchen was due lo lack of ammunition, as Mfc Lovtchen commands Cettinge, The capital has been transferred to Podgoritza, ABORTIVE ZEPPELIN RAIDS NEW YORK, January 12. Dip W. H. Vincent, of the! Colonial Medical Corpa, who has arrived) from England-, reports that twelve Zeppelin ajitemps to bom bard London during December failed owing to Great Britain's effective defences. - SOUTH AFRICA CAPETOWN, January 13. South Afrioa's war expenses are £1,00,0.090 per month.

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916

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