WAR IN EUROPE.
Pabis, February 13 I One hundred members of the tier--I\mm Parliament have arrived at lUim. I RAID IN ITAiLY Rome, February IS Official—Enemy aeroplanes raided Oodigoro and Ravenna. Fifteen oiriliaaa were killed, JDoludiiag women
end children, Many were injured by bombs, which hi* a hospital and a oburob at Ravenna. Italy is releasing a quantity of heavy bides being required by tbe British army for boots.. In re turn the War Ofßoe gives Italy • month's option to purchase kips on the steamer Drvcia. WHARF LABOURERS STRIKE Melbourne, February 14 Tbe wharf labburars having re fused to load all *2or»r until the price of bread is reduced to sixpence, the position is becoming iierious, as large utooks are ready for export to the Imperial authorities. The men pro pose treating leather (similarly unless the prioes are reduced.
Senator Pearce, acting Prime Mini Bter, interviewed, said tbe Broken Hill shift bosses bad been reinstated, tbe committee had declared the strike off, and the picfeata had been withdrawn. UUSBIAN ACTIVITY London, February 18 There is much Russian activity on the Voihynian front and Bast Gatioia. Strong detachments attacked tbe Austrian tines in tbe Tarnopol region. Violont fighting occurred on the Bessarabiian frontier. I CONSULS EXPIILLED Renter's Salonika correspondent reports that tho Germans hays expelled tbe Greek and Rounatuaiaa Consuls from Monastir fearing they would learn the Austro German plans* in that region. BULGARIANS AT MONASTIR The Roumanian Consul declares tbat the Bulgarians are terrorising the Greeks at Monaetir and ill using wonea*
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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3522, 15 February 1916
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