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LATE WAR NEWS.

BULGARIAN NEUTRALITY.

SOFIA, December 7. (Received December 8. at 2.25 p.m.) Dr Radoslavoff, Bulgarian Premier, told a meeting of deputies that 60 for as ho is able to ?ec no complications could nrL:c- before.the spring likely to cause Bulgaria to depart fr..m her attitude o! neutrality. PACIFIC RAIDERS. MERCHANTMAN SUNK. SANTIAGO DE CHILE, December 7. (Received Dccmon o. ;u p.m.J The armed liner Prince En«l Fried rich sunk the British steamer Charcas Off Corral, and lauded her crew near Vulpanso. THE FATE OF THE EMPIRE DEPENDS ON A DECIMVE BATTLE AT SEA. CANADA WILL XrJ.F.U .-L'UKENDER. Of I'AWA, December 7. (!{■.. cviwd iv '..'Hi'.. .T l". ;■.; 'i.oJ p.m.) Speaking at the C'ami-i.co' <...>,,. >..■.,:■ .u, oir R. Borden said that Germanv's cualleiiL<,u to iin- - Lu:n;isiaKuoie, and it was idle to suggest that iw cin,-ue..c> n..'i <-—.'. u U recent years. 11 Ureal Britain lost a deceive o;i i..,. i.mp.ie uouui ue scattered to its foundations. Every man ;n uu, ; ua ;, ; ,..:u una toe Dominion's destiny was involved m the Uieat uai.k !,.,■.. oc:., = m northern France, therefore Canada uouicl neui NEW.- '. E.\ lahl V.C. LuNuuN, December 7. (.Received December », at 1.4U p.m.) Private Wilson, who h.i.-. been .'.wani. i ■'■ =.. Victoria Cross, sold newspapers outside Edinburgh i /mI- pn-r i- th- v.-.- ; r, when he rejoined his old regiment. INCENDIAIJLSM. AIIMV CONTUAt./TOltS sb'FFEE.

* (Received JJeccmocr o, at 1.4U p.m.) 1 ' .December 7. a Since "Septwnber J- hies inue vi; b ,;iauu in laciorius enaufcea on army 1 poatrttCUJ. inu caul's ale omciauy u-.ci;uv:u uiuukavu. _ WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, December 7. (Received Deceinbor il, at i.-tU p.m.) Wheat is firm, foitov-m:; mo pnj.K.,.uo;i ui exports from India, there has been an American ;ai\.i.:cc. a;:u r,. ......> aa; usK:u<j od more. J JAi'AX ANM ::::L:.\;.LiE5. ,4 ■' TOKIO, December 7. (Mec- ivi >i ULCWulicr Z .-.;■ 2.15 p.m.) The Emperor of.Jap.m. in openii._ ;':■• Diet, referred cordially to the alliance with Great Britain, and the om.-nte with France and Russia, which had been cemented at the present critical *lago and bound thom stronger in the bondo of friendship. Jb*W

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LATE WAR NEWS., Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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LATE WAR NEWS. Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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