Berlin, Ontario, which is showing its British patriotism despite the fact that it has such a Joig? .population of German origin or detent, is indeed quite a, German colony. '1 his is shoivn by thrt fact that of the seven which appear there five have Grrman names. An important result of the capturo of the Carpathian pafsss will be- the cutting off of the last sourc« from which tho Gcimanic allies procure) their supplies of petroleum. Tho failure of their petrol supply is likely seriously to embarrass the operations of the Austio-Geiman armies. In order !o help the Egyptian. Government throuah a ciitical phase in cotton cultivation on' account of the war, the British Government haw decided to give the Egyptian Govcrnim-nt a guarantee of £5.000,000 to enable them to face the -situation. English Newsic (selling extras!; ''Better \iv one and read about it now, sir; it
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915
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