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Till: ADMIRALTY'S THANKS. WHAT lUK KML'HU'. nWF.S HKH. WELLINGTON, October 22. The following lablo message has been received by the Prime Minister from theHigh Commissioner ■ LONDON, October 21. The Admiralty communicates the followincj telegram:—" Admiralty to Minister of Murine,'Tokk>: 1 desire, mi behalf of the lirilish Adinhalty and Itoyal Navy, to express at this crucial Miigi: of tlie war our deep tense of the eit'oits and energy .with which the Japane.-e. Navy is sustaining the cause of its ally Apart from the great object of the extermination of the main German base in the Pacific, Japanese ships and squadrons are everywhere giving us help of invaluable eharai tec in the protection jf tra<le. the .seal eh for the enemy's ships, and the envoy of troops to the decisive tir.-.itre ni conflict." Minister of Marine to Admiraliy : "On behalf of the Imperial Japanese Navy, I tender my thanks for your sincere., cordial message. I a.-'Mire you it is a matter ..if ti'e ulmo>; satisfaction to rs both that per Feel hiumony and understanding exi.-ts everywhere between the two allied navies, which strikes the true not;' of tlie. main ebj-'i of compact, and which will tend to hasten the attainment of the ultimate goal." NO MOKi; N VITKALLSATTONS. Mld.liOrßNK. October 22. A proclamation has been issued auihorisins; State comma ndantii !o sei/e wins, ani'iiuriti m, telegraphic plants, documents, and maps in the possession of suspects. The Cabinet will not allow the naturalisation of any more Gentians or Austrians at present. MISCF.LLANEOU.S CABLES. Sevend. of tlu. tenement houses at Montreal which were damaged by bombs were occupied chielly by i'u.ssialis. It is believed that Austrians were responsible for the outrage. i The Council of Ministers (France) have I decided to confiscate the Dietetic mince, [ belonging to llerr, the head of the firm who sonic imuitiiis ago secured extensive proprietary rights from the Dutch Government. There was an enthu.sia.stie celebration ; of 'Trafalgar Day in Great Jiiitain, and i many wreaths were placed upon Nelson's monument, naming the. warships recently lost, including the Australian submarine and also the mine sweepei;-.. The staff of interpreters with the French army now numbers 600. Survivors of I lie German destroyers state that they came from Emden, and were : making for Antwerp. They admit that" ! the German emmery is not good when ships are on the run.A Paris message states that General Von Moltke's son ha;; been killed.' [This iff a

doubtful it-em. Wo have hc-ard it l^>l'oie.J

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WELL-DONE, JAPAN!, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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WELL-DONE, JAPAN! Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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