A CONSTANT RAIN OF SHELLS. (London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Serrices.) LONDON, October 18. A Tsing-tao report says that it is raining shells morning, noon, and night. A SURRENDER EXPECTED. PEKING, October 18. The belief is current that the final attack upon Tsing-tao may occur on Tuesday, and that the Germans "may possibly surrender. They have been prodigally expending their ammunition in the pa6t week, and this will enable the garrison to plead as an excuse for surrender that their ammunition is exhausted. The Japanese hold the source of the garrison's water supply. THE FINANCIAL PINCH. AMSTERDAM, October 18. The 'Vorwaerts' says the German Cabinet is submitting to the Diet an Emergency Relief Bill demanding a credit of £75,000,000, of which £20,000,000 is provisionally to assist East Prussia. The Diet will discuss the questions of unemployment and the employment of war prisoners. ANT I-GERMAN RIOTS. LONDON, October 19. The military were summoned to suppress anti-German "riots at Deptford. Twentyone persons were arrested, including three women. Crowds assembled outside German establishments in the West End on Sunday evening, but the police closely guarded the premises.
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TSING-TAO DOOMED., Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914
TSING-TAO DOOMED. Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914
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