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THE PACIFIC RAIDERS.

DESTROYING THEIR BASE. CHILE TAKES ACTION. SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Nov. 25. Official : Tho naval authorities have received proof that German warships violated Chilian neutrality by staying for several days at tho island of Juan Fernandez, capturing two neutral ships, and seining the coal and provisions of the Valentine, which was sunk within terri-U-.vial waters. The Government have despatched three destroyers to ,luau Fernandez.

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THE PACIFIC RAIDERS., Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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THE PACIFIC RAIDERS. Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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