OPPRESSION AND PANIC. (London ‘Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) LONDON, January 11. Athens newspapers report that there is a panic of terrorisatiou at Constantinople; Christians are closely watched, and extreme exactions are enforced in the shape of military taxes. AUSTRALASIAN TROOPS. DISEMBARKATION A SURPRISE. SYDNEY, January 12. "Banjo" Paterson, the Sydney 'Morning HeraldV commissioner with the Expcditinnaiy Foicer-. siiyn there was great excitement aboard the transports when orders won. issued to get ready to diwm-ba-ik at Egypt, when they had expected to remain aboard for weeks, the cxpediI (ion v.vi o <till ial : v iniormed that the lurks I inid tun up a gun on tin Bed Sea witiya j view t ! > cl(>\vnip t uxinv’.'y out oi tho waits-. Iml a fori c loan Aden i hared them j - .11 and cai-un e.l tm- lvh. ; ti,.. t;a;!-i".ri - jiu—cd throiifgh that 1 Canal Indian tibq-.- were a.Tng lac iiania-, and wei-'onieii (he Aust ra■;u-:ans cm d taliy. ‘I he vova-v van one lOiltinuous drill, dibi. did;. (ICB HICH COMMISSIONER. ADDRESS TO NI'AV ZEALAND KBS. ("Louden 'Times’and Sydney • Suit ’ Services.) | LONDON. January It. The Hon. T. Mai ken/.ia. High Connnia-si.-nc- ..f New Zealand, when addu-ssing Dm New Zealand.S'.- at t'aii.s said that Ead Kit,, belter had .-ml them to Egypt h>r ; h-' [nirpn-e of training and to guard ti-- Slav. Canal, whi 1. .-onie called the weakest lank in tin- imiicrtai chain. He paid a op!'.did triimiv to til" I. melon eonHngent. 'J lie [ii,-en.e of thin, splendid New Zealand force had ft;hilled ilia [iroohc.'V at (juoen t'u i.ani'- ,1 nhilee : Dnit if rite Empire was over i hivatem-d Now Zealander.* would stand .-houiiler to shoulder wild the a.ll'-r- of ’.he Motlmr Band. ACSTR A 1.1 AN it E1 NFOP.CEM ENTS. MEbBOI UN 1., Januaiy 12. A co'ifiTin. e< . i .'in repi-escntalivcs ’■’cm rim dilferont Stale- is witting to convr ti.'C qinv-ticn ■>£ Ans! r.ilia'e Kxp-.kli-lionarv F-t. es. Til" deliberation- arc rii't !y conlidcm ia I. sorm \EdirA. A REIfEB'S MANIFESTO. (Tendon ' Tirncs ’ and Sv.lnrv ‘ S’m Serxicas.) CAPE TOWN. January 11i 1 ■a. i r Id- execution Commandant I-Vurie i■ i • ■up a mc-sage oi a virulent si- a-, 'the ( 'rovenim.'i,' M.itipre-’sl tlnn. hi-.t i is std! in . ;i■ n'-.i:i m. Five Civil c i vain- ha\ e been arre.-ted at Bhicmfonmm !,■"• producing typed " !’)■ -• LONSDALE'S SEN I'ENCE. AMSTERDAM. January 12. Th” .-en’.un of dea'h p-assed upon the BHH-h prison.," l.<”v.:a'e (or striking n C.'i'ivt; ga .: ha < , commtucd to ,imI Wi-oiMcc:' 2f) It. i- expected t ; a- i i'v -Th ar •: a' the end of the THE VON DEE TANK. B.UMOE DISCREDITED. LONDON, daimary 12. I"'-. E ; ■ .i-o, n: v.C; i C,, S.n vice's \;rn:g' r-'ge.riiing the reported i-'nktog , ti;e \' n dec Tann has not been ..m'inna Naval c ; r'd-i:d;s are disinclined RUMANIA'S ATTITUDE. FRANCE EXPECTS MUCH. i.Leudon ‘Times’ and Sydney 'Sun' Services.) BARIS, January 11. Tin nr; sen e .d a, Bumanian Mission was th" m- sEon <>f irnp-otant ina.nifestatms. !• ,i - ndt here that Itumnuia cannot v. i’h juc iic uni' ll longer remain ahaof, A I'ANISHED CRAZE. (London 'Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) BARIS. January 11. Tim tango i.-. dead in Paris, Fa centric have vam-hed. and theiv- are Red ( ro. a nniferm- evci y win-re. French worn.m dc- !aiv thi* tiny uoiild have been mini'!.' i■. .-ta.nd the rigoia ntir-ing hnl hu tnlenin ' fu" tin'll’ muscles, nv oancitlg :■ C nn daily la,-:, reason, NO BOAT RACE. A BANDO XME N T CON FI R, M ED. LONDON. January 12. The inter-Umvci'-ity boat nmc ha- been abandoned. SIR. E. C REV'S ANSWER. E.S. OEM Cl A l.i- DO NOT BIKE IT. WASH INUTON . .! am in ry 12. S' a: !• odd ial- are disappointed wild the BrdiDi "Note. < hmfly bemmse Britain re(...sea to give auv getieral ntle nr mclhn<l I'or ,1- aiiiig v. it,h alleged ' ontrabnnd. dim Ann-riean Cm. eminent allege that Fcnres i.f -'dia- arc d'’taini'd in British ports. Inn to obtain c.y iilanations. it is aU-ged, ov in.iiti"--. A large inn-ease in no. tr.oi ■■ witli i-ertain European i;cu--1 .pi-, it i- pointed nut. does not prove tn nt C.-iiaanv is rcidving the. benefits t,)....[■!>■ o'. It; is simply that the )lenlr:il-thems-ives require goods, because llmr nornial -upplv from (iermauy is cut otl. Tn-' ('bib/ Secretary ot State ( M r Brvan: and the British Ambassador (Sir l'.‘ A. < )!ring-Hiie) refused to enmment in.on Em maDmr until a full statement of Britain's position is forthcoming. LABOR LEADERS AND COMPULSORY SERVICE. LONDON. January 12. Mr Ramsay Mac Donald, M.P., corrects Hm id-i report of his speech. He slates that if the policies which made_tho tvar continue, then the arguments in favor of 'imserioiton are unanswerable. Sneaking at Manchester the Chairman of Dm Labor party (Mr Arthur Ilender.snit, ALIM said that' when tho voluntary system had proved simh a success it was inconsistent with the view of the present political truce that, any -potion, high or low. shonE! suggest the Government introducing conscription or compulsory service. NAUGHTY FATHER VAUGHAN. HE'DARKS TO TELL THE TRUTH. ROTTERDAM. January 12. The Provincial Council of German Jesuits have censored Father Bernard Vaughan, of London, whose war sermons are considered insulting to tho Kaiser. [Father Vaughan, who has been most outspoken in his condemnation of German savagery, recently delivered a series of Sunday* addresses on tho war.] THREE POSSIBLE ISSUES. “ The ix) are three possible issues to this war,” says tho ‘Westminster Gazette.’ “ Ono," that Germany will win it, in which case wo need tally no more, about militarism, for she will do all tho militarism for all tho world., “The second, that there will bo no conclusive result, in which case wo shall merely cany forward tho conditions of war into the conditions of peace, and be compelled, irrespective of all theories, to do from month to month and from year to year what safety from a threatening fee requires. ■‘The third, that tho Allies will win it, and win it in such a way that Europe will be relieved from tKo nightmare of an armed truce. Tho whole of our energy must now ho devoted to tho third of these results.” ,
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TURKEY’S CAPITAL., Evening Star, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915
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