LATE WAR NEWS.
THE NAVAL BATTLE. ENTHUSIASM "AT AUCKLAND. An Auckland message states that tho publication of tho news of the British naval victory caused unbounded enthusiasm. Crowds assembled. round the newspaper offices and cheered lustily again and again. On the Ktoc£ Exchange tno news was received with rousing cheers. The brokers sang 'Kuie, iiritannia.' GERMANY GROWING ANXIOUS. DEPRESSION IN COURT CIRCLES, THE KAISER REALLY ILL. "EXTREMELY VIOLENT" TO ATTENDANTS. PARIS, December 9. (Received December 10, at 1.15 p.m.) The 'Figaro' says it has the highest authority for stating that the prevailing spirit in German Court circles is very down-hearted, and tho future is viewed, with great anxioiy. . Amsterdam, states mat Berlin telegrams assert that the Kaisers condi- ' tion is serious. He is sunering trom pneumonia and continued nervous deI preßSion caused by over-exeruon, who. continual headaches. He is extremely violent to those round nun. Xno doctors advise him not to return to the front, hu illness is causing uneasiness throughout Germany.
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LATE WAR NEWS., Evening Star, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914