TWO SUBMARINES. (TIMES AND SYDN'EV SUN' 6EHTICKS.) (Received August 13, 8 a.m.) LONDON, llth August. The Admiralty has accepted Canada's v offer of two submarines, recently purchased from Chili. MACHINE-GUN BATTERY. MANUFACTURERS' PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM. (Received August 13, 9.25 a.m.) OTTAWA, 12th August. The city has offered the Motherland a machine-gun battery, wuh motor trucks, men, and impedimenta complete, costing £20,000. Private contractors are offering supplies free to repaint the cruiser Niobe. EQUIPMENT OF FRONTIERSMEN. OTTAWA, llth August. Mr. Patrick Burns, the cattle king of Calgarry, offers fifty thousand dollars (£10,000) to equip a Legion of Frontiersmen. ITALIAN CONSUL FOUND SHOT DEAD. (Received August 13, 9 a.m.) COLOMBO, 12th August. The Italian Consul, of German nationality, was fywnd shot. It is believed to be a case of suicido.
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CANADA'S OFFERS, Evening Post, Volume LXXXVIII, Issue 38, 13 August 1914
CANADA'S OFFERS Evening Post, Volume LXXXVIII, Issue 38, 13 August 1914
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