ENEMY MOVING SOUTH. FORTY MILES FROM. FRONTIER. CAIRO. January 21. Refugees from Palestine report a steady cnneentratiojt of Turkish troop- in the Bvcrsheba. region, 40 miles from the rrontn-r and 150 miles from the Suez v.an.aL .Many German officers are much le.-'A cnul'dent of success than Ihe Turks. -Hany .oases arc reported of ill-iroauuont ot Zionist Jews. The Turks have, occujuyd the .Mount, Carmel Convent. THE INVADERS awaited RV AUSTRALASIAN TROOPS. LONGING to MEET TURKS. LONDON. January 21. Router’s Cano correspondent i-t-:i!cs that the training of the Australians and New Zealand-rs. is proceeding satisfactorily. I he officers report that the men are making good progi-vs. and the m.-m congratulate themselves on the line training ground and good weather. I iU'i o are a few cases of serious sick•>es- an 1 a lew deaths have occurred from pneumonia. 1 vie New Zealand contingenthav ordered 40 motor ainhulemes from England.. to be ready when they go to the fruit.
flhe ni.-m arc an.xicusiy waiting the Ttnkish attack', hut latest-'news gives little hopo of hj (".'cntii.-ifing.
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FOR EGYPT., Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915
FOR EGYPT. Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915
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