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LATE WAR HEWS. THE SYDNEY’S DEATH ROLL. (Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright. MELBOURNE, November; 16. (Received November 16, at 2.40 p.ra.) The Navy Oltico announces that the Sydney's casualties include four killed—viz., i'otty-ollieer Lynch and Seamen llay, Bell, and Sharp. HIGH COMAIisSiO-\Li!'s CABLE. The High Commissioner reports unuer u.iie j.u.e-ion, November 15 Oliiciai ; The enemy’s attacks north-east and south of ip res were repulsed with iieavy fosses. i'tieir violent efforts in the past week resulted without any advantage to the enemy, except the taking of Dixmude. The Allies are pushing forward between the rivers Lys and Oise. Saturday was uneventful. The deleat of De Wet and his rebels by General Botha is confirmed.

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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