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GERMANS INVADE ANGOLA

| PORTUGAL EMBROILED. LISBON. October 28. (Received October 29, at 10 a.m.) (leruian troops have invaded Angola. j Portugal is sending warships itnrnedi j ately. | [Angola it* a Portuguese colony on the ! west coast of Africa, near the mouth of the Congo River.] GERMAN CONTROL IN TURKEV, THE SI Civ (MAN'S MEDICINE. (London ‘Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’Services.) ROME, October 28. It is reported that Constantinople is crowded with German infantry and artillery, and that the fortifications of the Dardanelles are under German command. CHOLERA~MIGROP.ES IN DANUBE WATER, (London ‘Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) LONDON, October 23. An analysis of the waters of the Danube shows the presence of cholera microbes, and hundreds of cholera cti,ses> _axe reported at Vienna daily.

A HER MAX OFFICER DISGUSTED. (London * q irrics ‘ and Sydney ‘ Sun ’ Service*.) LONDON. October 23. A prominent German officer, disgusted at the devastation of Poland by his coun■(■yuen. has handsomely contributed to the rebel ot the Polish refugees in Loudon. HALT WAS WARNED AS TO THE MORE TO ANNEX ALBANIA. LONDON. October 28. iliivcived October 2D, at .10 a.m.) Reuters Romo correspondent reports that Italy's action at Vnlona was due to a Fram-o-P.ritish warning that the Young lurks at Smyrna ’.‘.ere organising an expedition to annex Albania to Turkey.

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GERMANS INVADE ANGOLA, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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GERMANS INVADE ANGOLA Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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