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SELF CONDEMNED.

THE GERMAN ARMIES. ALL SCRUPLES JETTISONED. LONDON. Dcoemher Sflt Received De-ember '■). at 1.20 p.m.J Count I'evwlew. v.. ;.<; th-a " Zeitunp.' ftatcfi that the Germans an* lighting without rumple, and ' ufo alt means to «irr:ve :<t the de.-:;-.d end. [Count Reve.ntiow is a well-known bit'er anti-Prili'sh n.v. a! sr-i military writ a l wh.o has been particularly active ivith thi pen in the last 10 yoni*.'] A cable message ha? been roceivrcl it Auckland from a member of the- eoiitin< cent of New Zcr.landerr. fanned in Engbold announcing hi;- arrival at. Alexandria. Thourii no oflhin! advuo has own i* wived bv the Prime- MiiiiM-er. il. is understood from fhifi message ttint- Che contingent hi'.,-, been transpcrtcil to Egypt to join the. main bodv of the Now Zealand Expeditionary Eeroe which is row camped at Cairo.' Mr and Mrs C. A. Lewi?, of West port. have received information of the death of their son Robert Henry, who vn< killed in action at Mim.-y. France, on September 20. Younp Lewis joined the 1M Livorpoo Regiment, and crossed over to Trance will French's nrmv. The loeomotive repair? staff (railways} forward us their 30: Ji <ontributi"ii (£7 3si to the local distress fund.

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SELF CONDEMNED., Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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SELF CONDEMNED. Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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