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THE SOUTH AFRICAN RISING HAS FIZZLED OUT. DE WET AND THE MISERABLE ENGLISH, (Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright.) ' CAPE.TOWN, November t.. (Received November 7, at 2 p.m.) * Dc Wet, referring to what ho called the miserable pestilential English, added : “King Edward promised to protect the Africanders, and he failed to do it!” The Minister of Defence (Mr Smuts) at Durban said the rebellion was fizzling out. Maritz’s invasion had been nipped, and the Transvaal movement was insignificant. It had only assumed certain dimensions-in Northern Orangia. MORE GERMAN CULTURE. ATTEMPT TO DYNAMITE SUEZ CANAL. { PENAL SERVITUDE FOR LIFE. I CAIRO, November 6. ( (Received November 7, at 2 p.m.) j Mors, a German officer, was arrested at Alexandria when returni ing from Turkey with plans to dynamite the Suez Canal, j The court martial sentenced him to penal servitude for life. • THE IN hi COEN T HOSPITAL SHIP. | ! CARRYING EXPLOSIVES AND DESTROYERS HANDS, i CARRYING EXPLOSIVES AND DESTROYER HANDS. ! (Received November 7, at 2 p.m.) I A quantity of explosives were found aboard the German hospital ship I Ophelia, which was detained by the British, as per cable of October 20. i Fifty of her officers and crew were landed at Gravesend, and sent to a ( concentration camp. Most of the sailors' hats boro the names of destroyers. I BOMBS FOR THE KAISER. A NARROW SHAVE. PARIS, November 6 (midnight). (Received November 7, at 2 p.m.) Official : The Kaisei arrived at a tavern at Thieit at 5 o’clock on Sunday evening. After dining, instead of retiring to his room he motored to the other end of the town. Twenty minutes later six bombs fell on the tavern, killing two of the Kaiser's aides and destroying the Kaiser s baggage. t .

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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