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' INDIAN" OCEAN WAXDEiVINOS. ! CLKANKD> AT DIKGO GARCIA. M'DN'EY. January 2!. (Rece-NeJ January 21. a» 8.30 a.m.) i 'I bo olhrois on ihc strainer Clan Graham, 1 from Mauritius, report, thai, while their i news- «as received that "the Knidcn had ! paid a, vi.-il t<> the island of Diejio Garcia. : The islanders did. cot. know that, war ha], broken out. and Captain Von Midler kepi ; !he -lews dark. II* 1 all I hi? i rev.' were i iwaiiv optfrtaiwd, and induced the nai tivet; by libera! pay to raiwn nr.d cleat; | ifu' cruiser. On departing he undertook I to deliver the islanders' mail, which w<;:; | irnnst'orro.i to one. of (la: in ton. opted ! steamers. i The Ostorlcv, while ( n unite to Austiniia. coasted past Cocos 1.-! a.nd. The Emden wreck is .still »n the rook.-,. She is described -is a, twisted mass oi steel, with, two nine pounder.;; looming from her s'era. fDiffjo Garcia, lies in the. centre of the Indian Ocean, about midway lw>t wmi Cocos Island and Gorman Africa.] SKA MINKS. TWO NKGTRALS SUFFER. HUM!-:. January 20. (Received January 21. at K) a.m.) T'ho Italian merchant .ship Varose struck an Austrian mine, near Fola. The whole crew uere, lost. .AMSTERDAM, January 20. A Duteh motor war-sloop was blown up -by a mine in the Scheldt, and five men were killed. I UNEMPLOYMENT IN JUNTA r.Xf. (London ' limes ' and Sydney ' Sun' Senricoa.) 'LONDON', January 20. Returns furnished by 2XOOO industrial firms .show that unemployment has decreased since July. 'The building, roHon, and furniture trades are most advemdy affected. SOt".' lALI .ST N K CI'R A LS. THE COPF.XIfAGEN 00X0R.ESS. LONDON, January 20. A Copenhagen message says thai, the International Socialist Peace Congress is [ regarded as a kind of " Trafalgar j Square" demonstration, and as a prcmai turc movement. The Congress are de- | liberating privately. j Three thousand citizens attended meetings in the Town Hall in favor of stop- ' pin;; the war. MELBOURNE OFFICER'S, .DEATH. LONDON. January 20. (Received January 2.1, at 11.15 a.m.) Captain Charles Pa.terson, of the 20th Lan cash ire .Fusiliers, a ATelbournian, died in Eeods Military Hospital. MR JENSEN'S! THREATS. A CUTTING IIEPLY. MELBOURNE, January 21. (Received January 21, at 10 a,.m.) The president of the Chamber of Manufactures. I'ej.lyinjr to Mr Jensen's'remarks unent the now clans* in the Defence Department's contracts, said that .'.' to choose

' a. time of national crisis to insert this new clause, and. to threaten the internment of anyone opposing it, is an incident moro appropriate to the Gorman Fatherland than to free Australia." A PRACTICAL MOVE. SYDNEY, January 21. (Received January 21, at 10 a.m.) Farmers, Ltd., aro the first business firm to form' a rifle club among their employees. THE EX-KHEDIVE OF EGYPT. LOOKING ml HIS RECORD. SENSATIONAL REVELATIONS. CAIRO, January 20. (Received January 21, at 9.50 a.m.) The Commission appointed to examine the administration of tlio religious foundations belonging to the Khedival family have discovered grave irregularities. The Khedive, with the assistance of the directors of the foundations, has boon withdrawing sums due to other members of the family. Sensational revelations are expected. HIGH COMMISSIONER'S CABLE. 'I ho High Commissioner repented, Louden.. 20th January (5.30 p.m.): -Paris reports that artillery duels are eeneral. Between the .»oa and the Sonime and in the region of Nieuporf there wa.s a lively duel, tho enemy mainly attempting; to do strov a bridge at tho mouth, of the Ys.-fr. and" the Allies succeeding in demolishing portion of (he enemy's defences, also th: ,r auxiliary works and a farm near St.. Georges, which the enemy had strongly organised for defence. In La Gnirie Wood the enemy violently attacked one trench. The Allies' Iroops recoiled for tho instant-, but recaptured liy two energetic counter-attacks: first, the creator part, and subfterpienily the whole of the position, and they are now holding it. At- St. Hubert tli» Germans exploded a .salient rorth-casfc of tho Allies* trenches, but. the defending troops, rushing into 1 ho connecting outlets, prevented tho enemy North of Pout-a in the wood, the Allies have- now established themselves 100 metres bevond the trenches taken on M-.nday. '.'REND OF AMERICAN SYMPATHY. From a remit letter in the New York •{■feral/' lit.' fo'/owing sentence:', are trnrird:Who helped to found the Republic of tie- 'United State.'.' Entire, with La i'avette. Whal o'o immigrant? into Aniorj.e'i lire' see? The statue of Liberty lighting the. world ; a gift from France. Germany lcprcsents the autocracy, tlm '■rushing despotism against which our fallen a always: fought. I'ranee i- the si-aer r-cpublie when Vandals ami' Hem-' seek 1o destroy he r.iuso of its liberal and democratic, institutions Who sough', to make double for its in I In l Philippines? ( h-.rmany. Who trai's-mitted the order to sink oar shins at Manila'.' Germany. Who' 'turnl to acmiirr the Danish Islands in the West Indies to esiabli-h a jctval and military station? Oorm.iuy. Who sent Hire, l cruisers nii'n aims and ammunition destined for General llueria when tin- United St.n.s w.iham? Germanv. Who trie.d before (ha war Io spread animosity ae/aii:st llm Uniied Slates Avith Japan and Sotttii America? Garmanv.

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EMDEN AFTERMATH., Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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EMDEN AFTERMATH. Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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