WITH THE ALLIES
Paris, January 80
Essad Pasha, interviewed by a representative of the "Petit Parisien," stated that Albania was facing many dangers, but, however terrible the situation was bis decision was irrevoc able, he was with tbe Allies 'till death.
It is officially stated that tha Feeburg raid was conducted by a dirigible, which dropped thirty eight bcmb3 on tbe station and military establish ments. doing serious damage. THE KAISER. Rome, January 80 The Kaiser's abandonment of the projected journey to Nish and Constantinople was due to the discovery of a plot against his life.
DANISH STEAMER CAPTURED. Copenhagen, January 30 A German submarine captured the Danish steamer Vidar carrying provisions to England, and conveyed her to Swinemunde. WORKERS FOR THE SOLDIERS Sydney, January 80 A number of workers at the Go vernment dockyards at Newcastle have volunteered to work on Saturday afternoons making chairs and stools for the soldiers, provided the Govern supplies the materials. The offer was accepted. A HINT TO GREECE. London, January 30 The "Observer's" Athens correa pondent states that the Allies have hinted to Greece that it is her in terest to demobilise in view of developments Groups 10 to 13 of Lord Derby's scheme (inclusive), in which are single men from 27 to 30 years, have been ordered to report themselves on February 29th. SOUTH AFRICAN SHARP SHOOTERS Sir Abe Bailey, E.G., the wellknown South African magnate, is equipping and transporting to Europe one hundred South African sharpshooters DOGS EATEN IN GERMANY.
The "Central News" correspondent at Copenhagen states that the people of Germany have been advised to kill all dogs except the most costly and best breeds in order that the flesh may be eaten, and the skins provided soldier? with coats TAX ON THEATRES 1 The "Weekly Despatch" says that taxes on theatres, music halls and kinema palaces will be a feafcui o of the nest budget PRESIDENT WILSON'S SPEECH London, January CO President Wilson's speech has caused a sensation all over Europe, where there has beets much discussion as to his exact purposes, The general impression in New York is (hat President Wilson is anxious to erase the memory of the phrase lhat America is "too proud to fight" being continually thrown into the face 3of Americans in all parts of the work!.
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ALBANIA'S POSITION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3518, 1 February 1916
ALBANIA'S POSITION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3518, 1 February 1916
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