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i THE CALAIS OBJECTIVE. violent rmiiriN'r; xkau coast. OTHER GERMAN ATTACKS FAIL. PARIS, November 10. ilim-ivcd Novcinhcr 11, .'it 3.50 a.m.) A communique, states : Tho opposing j forces lot!) attack'u,.-. rcsulttd in vioh-r.t ' fiL'htinu' tn-m the m;i to Armentteres iE. of : Lillet.' A German attack was deleared 'south, of Vpics. :!t'<l German attacks on j t lie l>ritii>h fn nt were repulsed. The French a! P.!.-«hooU'. and between Vnivs an«l Ai'mentieies. The French ai.o progressed in the l.oivro region. an<l between Rheims and Rcny-au-Rac. Fuiuii German ■ H'orts. against .V.into Marie .uk! to the .-ouUi-ea*-, of Thann (Alsace) '•'■eie lcnnls-'d. YPRKS ROMRARDKD. CFRMANS I.'KSTROV TOWN. I LONDON. November 10. Received November 11. at P. 10 a.m.) i The *J)aiK- Chn.nieleV corresprmdent ! with tho Beljian army states that Germans attacking Ypre, found tin-, rainy-early on ISmul.-iv 'mvi-m'ivjr. They usid 11m and i jiuns. and explosive and ntrondtary Uh-dls fell in the cite at a rat" of t'rom 10 Ito 20 .'rich minuto. Ypre.., is t; >w deserted. I The majority ■.« tl.< limii.m-.- ucie hinlt of timber, and "tin- lire. .-!.;• u-d by tiic she!!*. ! faiMifd 1 y a ftrciiii Ijmv/.i'. bid tin- ureater ! nart of the cuv in tains. The conesponjdciU dc?<vibe< '.'his a: a clinic a-iinsu ivili--iti'in, sitni'.ir l<> tb"-e i.f and I Rhritns. | 1 lflgians assist ' ai.oxg thk yskr. \ lIHWJ n'I.MMISSIOXKTFS CARLK. WELLINGTON. XovoniVr 11. The Prime Minist-T lias icceivedthe fallowing cable ironi the- Iti-'h Commhtdoner. dated London. Novoinb-r 9 : Oiticial: Pari* lvjcvts tliat- tho Germans renewed the <-tV,-iisi\-• al DLvmudo (X. of Ypres). an<l to the south-fa.'-! of Ypie.-. All their attacks wet,- ivpule"d. has lxvn in most part?;, ihouu'li tho enemy's well-onrauUid defence . is making tho Allies' advance slow. I The progress announced yesterday on the AJsnc is belli'.' maintained. ! A German attack in Alsare resulted in a distinct for the Allies. BcL'hiii reports that a slight advance" lias Wn made, near Nieupnrt (on the Yser, near 111.- cua.-.f, S.\V. •>( Ostend). The enemy's position on the left, hank of the Yfer was bombarded by anillory. 'The Russian cavalry, in advance of their main army, are invad'in.' Germany, and arc crossing the frontier _of tho province of jpctven. in East Piussia. SIGNIFICANT MOVE. EAST FROM FLANDERS. AUK GERMANS RETIRING? LONDON', November 10. (Revived November 11. at noon.) Tlw '.Daily 'J 'el e yra ph ' report s that 35.000 Germans and 100 gune have left Thielt (hetwren Yprcs and Ghent), whil« 48 waggon loads of munitions left- Bruges | for Ghent. It. ia reported that tho German Ilf.ndf|iiart<,rs Staff have been transferred to Alc»t (between Ghent, and^s^ls). TURKEY .AND EGYPT. FLAXS LONcTsiiSPECTEIX LONDON. November 10. (Received November 11, at noon.) A. White. Paper concerning tho rupture with Turkcv states that Mr Milne. Cheetham, C.M.G., Charcc d'Affaires at Cairo, wrot<> before ih* end of August to Sir Edward Grey that there, "wa.s e.vidonoc that l'urkey contemplated an attack on Egypt. RFSSIANS COXCEN-rR.VTT NG ROUND PRZKMYSL. ROME, November 10. (Received Xovemher 1.1, nt noon.) It is reported that the Russians are (-onccntra'. round Frzemysl. IN EAST PRUSSIA. Rl'.-SIAXS TAKE SOLDAC. PETROGRAD, November 10. (Received November 11, at 9.10 a.m.) Official : Tho Russians have occupied Poldan (over the southern frontier of East Prussia). TirK RUSSIAN ADVANCE. BREAKING THROUGH POLAND. RIGHT ALo"xg" FRONTIER. RRUSH WITH TTIE TURKS. PETROGRAD, November 10. (Received November 11, at 12.40 p.m.) The enemy's right wing stubbornly resisted near Lvck, but was thrown back towards tho Mazurian lakes. Tho Russian cavalry east of Xeidenberg defeated thn Germans guarding the railway, captured a train, and blew up two bridges. W'f have advanced from Pleschen to Mieschkow. There has lieen tenacious fighting at Koprikoi. The Turkish flanking movement was defeated. There are evidences that German officers commanded the Turks. [Lyck is in the extreme south-east corner of East Piussia ; Neidenberg lies about 25 miles north-east of Soldau, in the south-west of East Prussia : and Pleschen is in Posen, from Kalis/.. Kojjrikoi (or ivuorukai) is in Asia. Mi oar J

IN SOUTH AFRICA. CRUSHING THE REBELLION. DE WET'S ISOLATED SUCCESS. If IS SOX KILLED. i PRETORIA. .November 10. j (Received Xovomber 11. at 8.50 I Do Wet and 2,000 of his followers disported a finall Government commando near Winhury, under Oronjo. a member of tho L'nion Legislative Assembly. Do Wet's son was killed. The Government are strongly reinforcing f'ronje. Captured rebels .stat" that thov were sjamboked bv Do Wet. Colonel commanding some Union forces, totally defeated 1 Sever.-'* rebel" at the Yet ."River. Nine of the latter were, killed, 11 wounded, and ">49 taken prisoner. Three loyalists were I killed and wounded. I IN THE CONGO. I i FRF.XI II AXI) BELGIAN- ( (lOPERATE TO GOOD EFFECT. RORDEAUX. Xovemb.-r 10. i Received Xovember 11. at 8.40 a.m.) Official : The French have occupied Xola. in the ( on-;ro. They captured many prisoner*, and i".mii- ipiirl; fiivis> and one cannon. TiK' Fiaiiiv-Beliiiiius !<„,!; X/ : incu after Iwo days' fi^'htiii'.'. EON" DON". .November 10. j ("Hlicial : The Franco-ISelgian forces are ! now in puco*essiou of t.lie Lower Sancja re- j g-ion of the Congo, after severe figh'tin::. ! [Xola. <>n the. a tributary of the. is in French Con;;... about 40 miles from the Cameroon frontier.) XORTH SEA MIXES. ANOTHER XOIUVEGIAX VICTIM. AMSTERDAM. November 10. ißeirived November 11. at 8.50 a.m.) Tho. X"rweeinn steamer Phiton was mined, and sank near Yarmouth. CASUALTY LIST. j DEATHS OF OFFICERS. LOXDOX. November 10. .Received November 11, at 9.10 a.m.) Captain A. "W. Macnrthur Onslow, formerly instruction officer in the Xew Zealand Defence, .Forces. wa> killed in action at Ypres. Captain Price Y.m-liaii I.owes. once. Deputy Commissioner in the Western l'acific. and recently commanding tho warship Superb, has died of his woundCaptain O'Neill. M.l\ for South Armagh was killed in action. ' THE LORD MAYOR'S BANQUET. GERMANY'S rXPAHALLEI.FD ixsolenck axswerej) by japax. aj,i.iks believe ix eternal | JUSTICE, i LONDON. .Voyenib-r 10. (P/wired November 11. at 3.50 a.m.) At the T.-ord Mayor's banquet Mr Balfour, proposing the toast of •' 71ie Allies," f.aid ilm.t. in tho list, few limn,, Japan bad made the most dramatic answer to Germany's unparalleled indolence. He paid a warm tribute m the other Allir.s and j their greater a.-hievomonts. and to Rel- | yium's wonderful courage. j The French Ambr«=pa<lor (M. ('ainlion) I replied. The Allies, ho did not j claim to have Providence at their dis- . posal. but they believed that etertial jus-j tiro was with, them, ;»nd thoy awaited its ', decree with calm confidence. MR CHURCHILL AXD THE XAYY. THE BLOCKADE SPELLS GERMANY'S i DOOM. ] BRITISH NAVY STRONGER THAX I EYEB. I LOXDOX, November 10. j (Received November 11. at 8.40 a.m.) | At the Guildhall banquet, responding ' for the Imperial Forces 'and tho Navy, Mr Churchill said that naturally the Navy was anxious to strike n. direct blow, but ; the nation must be patient. 'Hie Navy's ' turn would come. Tho conditions were j, curious. "We have secured all the seas, i. and are transporting our forces, thus offer- j itiiT a target that is incomparably greater j than that, of tho enemy. The economic j pressure caused by the naval blockade must | ultimately spell Germany's doom. Despite their lossee the British Navy is stronger to-day than at the outset of tho war, particularly in its most important branches." I MR ASQUTTTI AND THE WAR. I A LONG-DRAWN" STRUGGLE. !< j THE SWORD WILL NOT BE \ SHEATHED o I UNTIL PRUSSIAN DOMINATION IS i DESTROYED. 1 LONDON, November 10. i (Received November 11, at 8.50 a.m.) At the Guildhall banquet Mr Asquith. , said : " This is coing to be a long-drawn-out struggle. Wo shall not 6hoath the i sword until Belgium has recovered all she i has sacrificed, until the French nation is ; adequately secured against, t-he menace o£ aggression, until the right 6 of smaller nationalities hav«j been placed on an unassailable foundation, and until Piussia's military domination is destroyed." Mr Asquith referred to Turkey in allow- : ini,' her true interests to be undermined . and overborne by German threat*, Ger- ; man ships, and German gold. The Porte '. bad rung the death knell of the Ottoman . Empire, both in Eurojfo and. Ataa, [<

A PEERAGE FOR MR CUXLIFFE. LONDON, November 10. (Received November 11, at 8.50 a,m.) At the Guildhall banquet Mr Asquith announced that a peorago would be conferred on Mr Walter unliffe, Governor of the Bank of England, in recognition of his services during the financial crisis. AN UNFORTUNATE GROWN TRINCE. THE NATION THAT SPOILED OUR GAME. COPENHAGEN. November 10. (Received November 11, at 8.40 a.m.) The Crown Prince of Bavaria is distributing among his troops a so-called German poem of hate. It expresses undying hatred towards England, and England alone. THE EMDEN'S FATE. ASHORE AT COCOS ISLAND. HONORS WIfiTAUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, November 10. The commander of the China Squadron has gent a wireless message- to the Minister of Defence stating: that the Australian cruiser Sydney engaged the German cruiser En-den off Cocos Island. The Emden ran ashore, a«d is a complete SYDNEY, November 10. Tho Eastern Extension Cable Company confirm tho report that the Emdmi is ashore, north of Keeling Island, in the Cocos croup. [The "Emden was built in 1909. She liad a displacement of 5,544 tons, with a designed speed of 244 knots an hour. She carried 12 4.lin quick-firers and two machine guns. The Sydney was built, in 1913, and has a displacement "of 5,600 tons, with a designed speed of 25 knots an hour. She carries nine 6in quick-firers, four 3-pmuidor ni/ick-firers, four machine puis, ami one light gun.] A LITTLE PREMATURA. j FREMANTLE, November 10. A survivor from a British steamer sunk hy the Emden has arrived. lie. states that the Emdon's oilier;rs seemed to know everything. One remarked that lie was going ashore to play football. '1 he piisoner asked: "What would you do if a| British cruiser arrive*?"' The otlieer re-j plied : "We know the is at Colombo tonight." Mrs Ellis, an English prisoner, asserts! thai the Emden's ollicers swore that if they -.aught- a. French boat they | would sink' her with al lhands. because I the French sank a German boat 50 miles off Sa.igon. I HOW LONDON RECEIVED THE NEWS. j GREATEST OUTBURST SI NCI'". THE ! WAR. KO.VIGSBEKG ALSO ACCOUNTED I FOR. j LONDON. November 10. j i Received November 11. at 8.-10 a.m. I ; The Press Bureau states that the Emden j was driven ashore on Cocos Island and j <vas burned. It adds that the Konigsberg Ins he-en imprisoned at Malia Island (off the coast of German East Afri-'a) by sinking colliers in the channel, and that she is unable to do further harm. • There were exciting scenes in Loudon when the loss of the Linden was announced. The special editions of the new.-papers were speedily sold out. There was the most enthusiastic scene shue the outbreak of the war when the | news reached Lloyd's. A large croud also assembled and there was great enthusiasm al tho Baltic Exchange, rousing cheers being given when Ihe name of (.lie ,S.V<Jney was posted. THE EMDEX'S LAST RAID. BEATEN AFTER A EH HIT. DETAILS t)V THE ENGAGEMENT. SYDNEY. November 11. (Received November 11. at 9.10 a.m.. The naval autlmiities have received the following further details: The Linden came up at 6 o'cinek yesterdav morning, with an armed launen towing two boats. Forty men and three officers and four maxim/, were, landed in 15 minutes-. Alter smashing the instru- j merit and Lho wireless titstallatiou. except j the condenser and refrigerator, the Em- j den's, men put back. j In the meantime the Sydney came in j sight on tho horizon. The Emden ini- j mediately put out. to sea. leavingthe, land- j 1 ing partv's boats and men behind. The j Emden .started firine. which at first was j excellent. but afterwards her gunnery fell i oil'. She lost two funnels and took lire j' astern inside the hour. j The Sydney was scarcely touched, but , three of her men were killed and 15 wounded. ThA Emden is now ashore j north of Keeling and on fire. I

The captain of the Sydney says : " I saw j oids- 30 men on lior, and I am now votinn- j ilit'* to her with our (probably the Eastern Cable Company's I doctor and assista.ii'-c." The Enidcn's landing p;irty romtiian<],ored two months' supplies and left on the schooner Aypsha. bclongine; to }1 r | P.oss, the owner of CYk-op. at- fi o'clock in tho pvpninc. They ivtp wpII treate<!, and j are all wll. The office, equipment, wa.s | dostroyrd. j A latpf niewiico .« thai the Sydney j had returned from assistinji the Emdcn's wounded, but the party did not come j ashore wit-b details. J inn it contth j .'iFATION. ! LON-nOX. Xovemhcr 10. | Omcia! : The Emdon -was brought, into j action by the cruiser, and driven j a.s!ioro afire, whero aha burnt her.sell" out. J i:E.ii)iciN"(is in" svtiney. j SYDNEY. November 11. ! ([■Uvcived Xovcmhor 11. at. 10.5 a.m.) J There is great jubilatio'n that the Km- ] den should 'have "iaiio:i to a.a AuMphan j cruiser, and wild is maiiifoMe.l j bv the crowds in the sttivts of the va.rioi;s I cities. I

The 'Marning Horald' says: "Au?-| tralia, certaiidy has reason tor <'onprain!a- | tion that otie of her cruisers brought the. j marauder's clover to a lull .stop. Apart, j from thie. it is a jiratifyiiii; fact, that, '• ho I young Australian Navy .-hould at last I have really been bloodocl, and in such aus- | jncious cirfaimfidanc-cs." _ I The 'Daily Telep-aph' Ray*: " 'l'he. | newt, h.'us .sent a ptea-surabw tlirill through | Sydney, tho more pleasurable because oi:'> j of our own t-ltips removed this prowl:n;; , menace to peaceful .shipping." The Governor-tiemjivi! iSix H'mald Munro-Forguson) telegraphed U> tho Prime Minister (Mr Andrew Fisher) expressing his <lelight, an<l asked Mr Fisher to congratulate the Sydney's ciow. ,\!r Fisher's comment was : " Tho news needs no adornment. Australian.-* ought to provo themselves." 'Hie destruction of the telegraphic, in- | Ftruinent- at. Coco* lslan<i mterfeivd «it-h | cable but tiie lines are inw work- j in;,' airain. j LONDON. November 10. '■ (Received November 11, at 11.10 a.m.) ' Tho Commonwealth Highj (Sir (Vnige 11. Reid) has been tlie rccipi- i cut. of congratulations from a.ll qnai-ters on ' H.MA.S. Sydney's exploit. The New South Wales Apem-GcnTa! j (Mr Copldan) hap similarly had many congratulations. ! The news caused enthusiasm in Liwr- ! pool, and cheers were given at, the various j recruiting stations for the Australian' j Navy. i A LESSON FOR CANADA. \ OTTAWA, November 10. ' The Canadian Priiss heainily cor;gratit- I InU- Australia on her ma-gniticent work in | destroying the Emden. Tho nfwspapers j assert that tile creation oi" tho Australian / Navy was an act of far-siirbted slaUvi'na-i ■ • .-jhip worihy of Canadian imitation at the ' cajiieai. jjoaiibic n:omont. I

EASIER RATES. LONDON", Jsowmber 10. (Received November 11, at noon.) i Tho Emden'e disappearance ha.s oascd. - wax insurance rates, which are now slie-htly ' below tho Government rates, f WHAT THEY MAY DO. (London "Times' ?sdSydney 'Sim' Services.) SOFIA, November 10. It is stated here that Rumania, Bulgaria, and orecce still declare their resolve to maintain their neutrality, but complications are possible at any moment. ' The Rumanian army of 400,000 mon , on Hungarian territory will probably de- ! cido the issue of tho campaign in Galicia and Poland. The agitation at. .Bucharest for the immediate invasion of Transylvania is rapidly reviving. Germany is doing her utmost to revive discord between Rumania, and Bulgaria. The latter, hy mobilising, could compel Turkey to maintain 300,000 men in Europe, and thus paralyse her military activity in .Asia. • THE PEACEAT-AXY-PRICE PARTY. FUCITS OF THEIR POLICY. (London ' Time:;' and .Sydney ' Sun * Services.) LONDON, November 10. An olfi.yr at the front, in the. course of a letter, jiays : " Tho armcliair people at home, with their cry of universal peace, a smsil army, and a little navy, outfit to he out here now and see the miseries and horrors the peasants enduro, tho number of wounded and killed, and a few other sisrhts, s.tch aa villages, and farms blaziut; all over the country. If we only hail one and a-half million men up to our present standard tho Gcrmnnfi would h;> on th-v Rhino by now and the , war nearly over.' I A .BLIND NATION. IN LONDON BEFOUL '"HRISTMAS. (London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun'Scmcos.) LONDON. November 30. The letter of a prominent business man at Copenhap'!). who lias no German syrnI pnthies. says that, there is no denying (the fact tint when travellm:: in Germany I and speakin;: to all kinds of people, inJ eluding wounded soldiers, one eelri an idea of strength and determination that is somewhat appalling. He is certain that I it is a mistake to think' that (icrnwtiy is drawing near the end of her or men. A Germ-in shipowner off/vd 'o bet I that tho (irrmans would lie in London j before Christinas. " I took him up.'' adds the writer. , INDIA READY TO DO MORF. (London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun ' Services.! ' J LOVftON. Number 10. j j ' Th« Times's' Bombay correspondent | ■ states that India is able and willing io I double her contingent, and can furnish i ; an army locally with all the requirements ; ! for sei'vice. The most remarkable feature j j of the war is tho universal Mipport of the ; . educated middle class, who in nontrnl I tunes are the imi.-l orit'eal of Co->vernm"nt | measures. ! FNITLD STATES NAYV. I SIX I'FSTROYFRS AVTHORIsFD. ayashingtox. Nov.m!,e ; - ;.i. fßceoivcl November 11. ;,' 11.10 ::.:-.■■ The Unite,! fortes h.,v a,-,-. ~[. .i '.-v.1 de:s f.-.r tho • •■\\-\\ v. ieo ■ i -.\ .o' ' :■'■ wii! o ; u-ii .•■;-. rr\ two ;H"'t i-a: if •a ! i i"io : . ; Pie-tdent AYih.u n,.-- a-inoiiii.ed t ! ri' t!;,r.. oil! !••■ oaooo ;,, i»i,. Naval K-timai - y m',> •■■■ .! ho !:0,l ,' o,v, a,- arTin-.e! AUSTRALIAN ITEMS. AS THAI"! UKS. C INTRA BAND OF WAIL j S v : lINLV. Xowmhei- *l. (Received November 11. at 10.5 ) j Tim • Mornit'i,' Her-ild'ft ' JM.'inii.-i. ■""■ .- nondent, states that <ovr 00.000 -a Australian and .lapaiav al have pa>sed ; into the hands of the enmny ihrouuh com j morrhl channel- at Manila. since the be- ! ginning of ih-- war Thi* frame ;<- ]:!;-Iy u> i continue, mile-- the exporting countries stop it. as it appears that tin; ( .'ov<o ninent Mithoritios at Manila, are. ]o«eiLf in the, mailer. MELROI'RNF. November il. (Revived Novivb'T 11. :i 1°. 7 ' a.m i The Federal Attorney■( '.< neral iMr AV. M. Highest has received a i-port in wlprh snlncieut prima fV-ie evidence wa-- db .-io-v-d on the rr,',-i,t ea.-c to justify the militarv authorities in their ..wreK, on.cerniu"; the expoi t of ne.-ia! I<. li.nnany. : YFSSFL'S NARROW F.sfU'F. j FORTS MISTARFX ATI KNTIONS. ; SYDNEY, November 11. ; (Received NoveriW 11. at 10.5 a.m.'i \ The ste.aiuer (iunbar. when .i,t r:r_r Newels! V, had a close .all. The '.'arri-'il of the fort WO'e appa'T! ti> 111 hied h.V the voycel'r; movement:-, and hied a. shot, which pa?<;ed ritiin uoder th- linnbar. .. THE REINFORCEMENTS. MORF MEN "WAN" IT!) It does not appear as if f:'!Viei"nr rn"n will Vv» fovlhcoi\ij.n'j to (S)'noln-' th"' ouota. Ie- , . mined from for the ro'v.nd rem- | foTenients. So far ?otr-e '-' ; ns'o vho hnv.- ■ enrolled have tl : eiv medical exain- | itiation. and ;-r* now reaoL* to f,r i the training camp the order arr've?. The rnrdieal examiners npnvi as well pleased with the ; hy: n-pie audi, pei-eral fitness of the men eyaiuined. a-n 1 ; , con rider tliat thev v. i" Iyer favorrl.le, com- ; prriron M-itb men for the mam: bedv and tie- fir-1 "•■ii:f< ;'• ■' m'-ot-. i The authorities rn-ioie to;- e, :r .,.;nen- , . nr- fae.Y, witii the difleultv that, men who ; . have /mm!led i'dl to attend for mediea!; 1 , fvr, mi nation, the iv.-er-sr.rv not-r.H. nav:n:.' i , be-v- retmaie.t to the s-mdr-r a-- micb.imr.d . bv the Oiawiii: lh.;it tttmibi-rs ' have .apparentb- r'lao.-eo <heir In some ensos 'tie- !:o'io- h-v: : : ,.t been j Tetrn-ned. 'ndiealiee tjv-i. 'a" iee:p!ents : ; have .-Inn?"/! theiv n-ii.. c ! ! 'e -atifi*. of | ■ active servi.e .-■= Car a-. :' ar.t'he-- 1.-. il;<Miij . perrou'dlv. i Tl-eve '|q a lil-eMi. ■•■! •■' 'h- f>ere. of monfhlv reinfovcn.enfs beicr iirriinvi. ! '. The veinforer-m.-ms ari-o-ed .■.„• v. pr--- j ■ sent is 5 iv-r ee-o. „! ih- -earn i.odv y.<-v I ' month. This n■■ i'■ r::e-a ; ";- h-owm i-= to | ■ make cood w.:Siai:e '-.• dis •:- ■ ami '.vodty •■ ; acd is hase.l on" the- ;:■'•;;-,„:;,,: -\a! !• ; | will maintain <h- man- Fvpeditaonnvv ; J Forres at full : -;;h. 'Hda nrorortion is ; ■ arrived at as <■;•;.•> result ■>•' vas-tere in the : Rvsso-.Tr.panese AVar. Sjrio. tlu-n the 1W- \ f bar, War fi'jnres r.:<ve been mad/' I and the Tiroperlio., of wa-fatre ir- -hewn to! | tie oreateT. It is nsr-'imied. therefore, that I ; tit-s ini reas-xl percent will be made sum- [ J cient to cover possiHa wastage a=. based , j on th? Balkan AYiv iirmvs. i ; Ctaptain Fraserlia-- Tesimn-d duty as gTonn j ' ar the meal Defence Ofiice. : ■;

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE. ] rn|!or-injj is a list of the r.rt.ic>-4 (all : entiie!v now) made, and packed by the ! Ca\"rsba:n mirfinz division of the St. John ] Ambulance (with *ke valuable aMiirtance of i Mi?> Mr.okoify'.ferr.ployess):— f.cldiTS : SI suit.s pyjamas, 38 nightshirts. 6 shirts. 2 woreird orershirts, 2 worsted Kinglets, 3 pairs cuffs. 36 jraiu-c bandaiies, . 7 p.ii-rs pillow ?lips. 1 yiair plr.idin'4 pants, 2 cholera belts, and 1 eiderdown quilt. : For the Great Britain and Ireland and Beleitim fund : 19 boys' drill blou-e=. 22 shirts, J5 tweed miner stiit<?. ?. worsted sini'lc!:;, 15 , pairs worsted and uvp<i lilconi'.'i-s. 11'- | sled caps. 1 jer:--cy. 2 . hildn-n s loum.-ts. ?2 ; girls' p"ttico.:ts. L". di-c-ac--. 'Z 1 woman's pj-f lit oat. 1 piir "> . t wet-d i flillDoW. i

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