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LONDON, December 3.

(Received December 4, at 8.50 a.m.)

The Germans have thrice unsuccessfully invaded Angola, tho first time from Lake Nyaaea, tho eecond time from Cuangar, and tho third from Nanlila.

[Angola (Portuguese West Africa) lies between the French Congo and German South-west Africa. Its invasion from German East Africa via Lake Nyassa would involve crossing the continent, i The Kubanga River (for which Cuanear in the cable is possibly a mistake) forms part of the boundary between Angola and German B.W. Africa. Wo are unable to locate Nanlila.] AUSTRALIAN MUTTON. distribution"!:? England. LONDON, December 3.

(Received December 4. at 10.35 a.m.)

The London Chamber of Commerce have appointed a special committee to distribute the, Sydney Chamber of Commerce's foodstuffs. They will divide the frozen mutton among the distress committees in the London boroughs, the various hospitals where the wounded are treated, and the various Belgian relief committees. Much tinned mutton is boinc distributed in Liverpool. Manchester, and the Midlands,

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GERMANY AND PORTUGAL., Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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GERMANY AND PORTUGAL. Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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