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THE NURNBERG SUNK

MAKING FOUR OUT OF FIVE. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, December 10. (Received December 11, at 10.50 a.m.) The Numbers was also sunk on the Bth. The search for the Dresden continues. The action lasted five hours, with, intervals. The Scharnhorat sank after throe hours, and the Gneisenau two hours later. No British vessel was lost, [The Nurnberg was of 13,200 horse power, and carried 10 4in q.f. and 2 machine guns.] INDIA PLEASED. DELHI, December 10. (Received December 11, at 8.30 a.m.) There is the keenest jubilation over Admiral fiturdec's victory. ARMY CONGRATULATIONS. LONDON, December 10. (Received December 11, at 9.35 a.m.) The King and the Admiralty have congratulated Admiral Sturdco and his squadron. The action was fought on the Bth, not the sth as stated. Sir John French, on behalf of the Expeditionary Amy, congratulated the Navy. WAR INSURANCE RATES REDUCED EASILY THE MOST IMPORTANT BATTLE. PLEASED. LONDON, December 10. (Received December 11, at 1.45 p.m.) As the result of a deputation of the High Commissioners to the President of the Board of Trade war insurance rates will bo reduced to 31s 6d per cent, from the 11th inst. NEW YORK, December 10. All the newspapers make enthusiastic comments on Admiral Standee's victory. The ‘ World ’ says the light is easily the most important naval engagement of the, war.

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THE NURNBERG SUNK, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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THE NURNBERG SUNK Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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