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GERMAN NAVAL LOSSES. A SUBMARINE RAMMED BY BRITISH PATROL. ’ LONDON, November 23. (Received November 24, at 2.35 p.m.) Ollicial : A British patrol vessel rammed and sank a German submarine off the Scottish coast. Tho British rescued her crew. ' A DESTROYER FOUNDERS AFTER COLLISION'WITH STEAMER. • COPENHAGEN, November 23. A Danish steamer collided with the German destroyer 8124, which foundered. ■-All her crew were lost. [The members of this class of destroyer wore launched between 1899 and 1905. 'They, have a displacement of 350 to 413 tons; b.p., 5,400 to 6,200 tons; speed, 27.5. knots; and carry 3.4 pr quick-firors, two machine guns, and three torpedo" tubes.] Tho export of horses from Denmark has been forbidden. TURKS FLEE. PERSIAN GULF OPERATIONS. LONDON, November 23. The Press Bureau states that tho Turkish forces in tho Persian Gulf have abandoned their resistance and lied, leaving eight guns and many prisoners. BRITISH REVERSE IN EAST AFRICA. LONDON, November 23. Tho Press Bureau announces that m East A.Jica a strong force of the enemy compelled the British to retreat to cover. Tho British losses were so heavy and the enemy s position was so strong that it was considered useless to renew tho attack. IN THE CHANNEL. HERM ISLAND REOCCUPIED. LONDON, November- 23. The Homo Secretary (Mr MTvcnna) announced that British troops have occupied the island of Herm, near Guernsey, leased in 1889 to a German company. Tho house and grounds were subsequently relet to Prince Blucher. _________________

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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