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A GERMAN CLAM

There has been no news of tbe four thousand ton French cruiser Admiral Charmer since February Bth when she was on the coast of Syria. Tbe Ger mans claim tbat a submarine of theirs torpedoed a French warship on Feb ruary Bth. BULGARIANS SUE FOR PEACE. The Athens statement is confirmed tbat Bulgaria baß made overtures to tbe Entente Powers for a separate peace, j THE MOEWE AT LARGE New Yoßk, February 18 The Oretic which has arrived reports that she was chased by an enemy ship near Gibraltar. Borne suggest that the pursuer was tbe Moewe. AN ABORTIVE ATTEMPT Rio n® Janeiro, February 18 The German steamer Asuncion at tempted to slip out of Belem Harbour, Brazil, on tbe gretext of obanging ber anchorage. Tbe guardships opened fire, and the Asuncion returned to her anchorage.

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A GERMAN CLAM, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3522, 15 February 1916

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A GERMAN CLAM Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3522, 15 February 1916

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