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LATE TELEGRAMS. GERMAN ESCAPEES RECAPTURED. Clever Ruse Fails. Ticket Seller's Suspicions Aroused. Woman Who Was Karl Kruse. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. German Escapees recaptured. ? ~ ?? - ' i Clever Ruse Fails. - . i Ticket Seller's Suspicions Aroused. 'Woman Who Was Karl Kruse. '.SYDNEY. Thursdnv. I t:'SiiorUy^,])etore;,the-:Erisbane .maifrwas' due at 'Hornsby last uigln a smartly dressed man and woman walked on to the platform. The jn:-ri asked lor two tickets, remarking they were lor his wire and himself hound lor Brisbane. The man M]iolio imperfect English and the ticket seller Ik. came suspicious and i sent word to Constable Anderson. The i i (for asketi' them when! I hoy were go ing. The mun adopted arf indignant air. The constable, becoming suspicious,' ,-fiuddenly caught Hold .of the panama th6 Avomaii -was wearing and when he lifted it' a. woman's wig jiIko came away, yevealiBg the head -^r a man. ji was Hi(-n ascertained that the icouple wen George Knofl and Karl fKruse, two -Germaii internees; who, cs «aued on Tuesday af-ternoon. ? Kruse was clolliisi] entirely in Eemale eiwvarel, wearing corsets: lie ha...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATEST. British Thrust in West. HEAVY ATTACKS ON GERMAN POSITIONS. Canadians Take 700 Yards. German Dug-Outs Wrecked. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

THE LATEST. British Thrust in West HEAVY ATTACKS~0N GERMAM . ; ? , , positions. T \ Canaciians Take 700 Yards'. Gorman Du«jr0iits Wrecked:-- -\ (Kcuti'i.'s Telegram.) .. . ? _ ' LONDOX, TiW;-|.,v Field Monlml HaiK reports: U'L morning, after a heavy boiiibtirdment m occupied si lino of poMs nortliwaid i. Beaucourt-Sur-Ancre,, ,the whole of our objectives. W-o gained si frontage ol COO yards', with few,; casual tics. Our obserw tion in this area ,iK considerably impp.;; ed. Our artillery barraee in. tlm- -,«i.' i noon broke up ^ countci .tltuk «,t|, heavy loss. Thn position is consolidat. .inc.. Wo carried- out in tin- neighbor. h«Htd oi l,ena important raids with row. ?lote succeM. fTho Gennan iwsitioni southward ol. (.)-? Oalonno, westward 0 Lens wore entered Isitc on Tuesday ™. -l-n coyer ol heavy bombardment. \V0 reached ,tho .support hue an'd bcmfjeiT nm, destroyed xho diig-oiiti. inflletimr Jnianv nsnaltios.. Our ;losses were small;, . Tho Canadians'' in the morning mtiAi a suc...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

:' ROLL OF HONOR/ ., Jlrs. T. ir. Vidler, Belniore-streei, has receiiud a nofiiii-atlon from the De fence Department, tltut I10V son, Lance Corporal U.- J. Vidler.' has ;be'on: wound-' nl while 'fleblwK in France. LanceCor poral Vidlor, 79!),- loft Sydney on 27th October, 1-JM, with the 2nd Battalion. He-was ? at ? tho landing at. Gallipoli and', wask there wounded, mid ,u If 01 fluids -In miiaea , to jfingiand?':, 'Alter '?jbecomins convalesscont he was on tho clericatl gtoff headquarters!' HOrseferry Road, London, for sometime; and'w.iB prOijoiit at the pre'sentation of. Uie ,'-.'colours to'1 Hid Anzac's. He ' agfain volunteered for active' service', , and iiflor bpins passed by the medical board wjs sent Id JjViince where ho lia's sinco_ b'ee'n . figlitiivj.', -.„?,„ ''' Mr. «\V Ji BraokSj of TaunvoVth,' Iihb been noflliud by the Defence Depart ment, tluit Iiin sion. I'rlwitc Geo; JtroukB, ?lea been wounded tfor the sepond lime!' Mr. Brooks'wasyret|ousiy. informed, of his -son ha...

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SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

SCRATCHINGS. ' ..SYDNEY- TliuJ-sduv; -? A.J.C 'Anniversary mooting. ? L'Mi-ht Anirsery- llandicap: Kinncr, Potash; -ovicc: Valcomen.'' ' All eng-igemcnt' K.ncllo, AVdllate J' :higla«! Ji ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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FIGHTING IN ROUMANIA Enemy Set-Back. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

RIGHTING IHfROUMANIA. ? ^ ' Enemy 'Set^Bauk.' ? ,(Keutoi-'a(uTeIogr.ain,),.- J.ONDON, Wednesday.' ? A '-(Jermau communique states Umt tightihgy has developed houtli ot Knior fe'Wll . 1 , A wireless Russian official mcbsagk iiayt- : The enemy attacked the H011-, maiiians south-west ofy I nilea. Our counter attack drove him back'. 'We n.aht attacked , and ?.??dpov*--;'nnt..'- thv- finr: nidiib from Gerleschi, but a counte'r at tack compelled uh to 'withdraw. We sumrieii and ci^ptureii Vadoni: A dense counter attack tailed. , ? ' (Keillor'-, Telegram.) „ , /-, . LONDON, Wednesday. ? Mr. Kelleway, secretary to the Minis try ol Munitions, states'tha.t Germany in striving U- increase her w&r material iniprecedentally. it', we succeeded,, jisi we would succeed, iu overcoming Ger many tho ettorl would be due to 1 11 halj million war munition workers.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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GERMAN VIEW OF SITUATION Blockade Cannot Kill Germany. Heavy Fighting Ahead. Usual Reference to the Deity. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

GERMAN VIEW OF SITUATION.. . ; i . .... . , .v ? - , . ~\ Blockade Caq'pof Kill' Germany. / Heavy Fighti'nij Ahead. ' ' Ubiial Rpfcrisncc to the Deity. '', ' (Keii'tei'S. 'lVloyi-am.) ' , \'' ?-v ? LONDON. Wednesday. In the Viui'wn Diul.'in subioitling the Uudgot, the MiiMici Minister svjnl lie hadi'netoaibandoned hope thai this would be tin- Ifj'ji war hurifcel- although 1k-'i enemies had declared their inleiitlon to destroyAGermariy. ?', . / r -.' '? llo adimttod that ihiy blockade was pressing heavily, and (hut m,Jin- were sutferingfseverely, busl nobody wiih .\iarv insi',-, , -Their , enemies'* were' gi-eatly mis Ifkiii if Tliuy believed tbtf they, could conquer (Seirnunv ,'iy (he blockade; He warned the ''Germans that they must face dillnul) month, of immensely lu\ivy fightings and 'many sacrifices 111 hldodi ami tre&'stire, but all wore, con vinced of vijtcry. - \ - ' Uci untiled, 'Our time Ood will be with' us if we only (io our ifuty.1',

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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GENERAL WAR CABLES. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. British Minister Dislikes Name. Canadian Premier Not Ready. Proceedings May Begin End of March. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. ??..?? '??? ??,???.;,-??.: .-? ? ..^f .?-??.? -.-?.. ?????..v-': . --.y IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.' British Minister Dislikes Name. ,Canadian -Premier Not Heady. Procccdiiujs May Begin End 01 March. ' (Heutei-% Telegram.) ? ' LONDON!. AVplliieiilfiv^ ' ?In an authoritative interview, a. mem ber ot iho IJnliMi Cabinet wjb 1Iwt he dislikes the phirase 'Impea-i&l . rCct'UJ3r ence' because it i' misleading TIlo real irilention is Lo incorporate Dominons' representatives 111 the. C'tliinrt on full conditions of temporary membership tor tb.e.''diaeuBaio,Ti mf \T\e-.kf-.e- t.prniS':v[',Vinat.-'\vflr.; finance, emigration, demobilisation, trade, and all questions connected with ihe. conduct of the w;ir,' except purely local matters such jik recruiting in Buf.iin jnrl elsew:here_ loe(.il Iomih rind iloiiicBtic concerns.^- ', 1 The Canadian ' Premier' -vill be unable to reach Britain- until ^th'e nviddle of March. Tho Conference will ihorfiorp piobdhly be pivslponpd till...

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Late Sport. CHALLENGE STAKES AND ANNIVERSARY. Final Acceptances. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

Late Spirt. CHALLENGE STAKES AND ANNIVERSARY. Final Acceptances. SYDNJiV. Thui'Sdav.'' l':iilal siccivptjns Cliallengo Stakes and Anniversary Handicap aiie.:, ?'? Challenge Stakes; (! hir.*. run on iS,it urday , Jaiiiiary ;2Pthv : iEedfen 911, La: Sl»l-|-« 9}i Hoyiil Laddie 8 1, Itoscdell 7.13, Wva 7.13. Dame Aero 7.1.1, My Palm 7.11. Weddiii' Daj 7,11, Quinn'e Post 7.10. \llcsil,lie.fbriic 7.7, U-Klo iuus 7,4. Ceroalia 7.0. Toj'chey G'.7. -. /Anniversary Handicap, run on Friday fnnuary 2(ith.: Portuno Hunter 8.12, Oiunzono 8.4, Fantiirio 8.:i. Uttishl'ord 7.12 | Trinobantes 7-12,-Lady jtiniiio 7.8, The | Christian Brother 7.7, Bhicl* Nut 7.7 Wedding Day 7.7, Quarale 7.7-,' Karan ind Kin« 7.0, Duvo AVhitton '/ I Nai 110 7.1,' I'Vjil 7.2, La IN-nua 0.10 Exili r-rri; 6..7sv;- : ':^r^-- ::: ^J}.-:^c^p^-;&

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ALLIES' IDEALS. WHY MAP OF EUROPE MUST BE ALTERED. Turkey's Power Ended. Germany Compelled to Obey Laws of Nations. Mr. Balfour's Masterly, Statement. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

ALLIES' IDEALS. WHY MAP. OF EUROPE MUST BE . ALTERED. Turkey's Power Endiul. , '' Germany, Compelled to Obey Laws of Nations. - :'~:. ?]:,~'\. ?'?'}' .'??'???'. '»;' ?-'. ;':':??--? :'-':;^i -;?',. '.'?-':}?{ Mr. Balfour's Mastr.rly. Statement. ( Kculer's Teleg vu 111. ) ' ' LONDON. Wednesdu'v. Air. Balfour's, siiipplomenfary Noli1 In reply to President Wilhon, on behall ol the Allie-i, constitutes 'a masterly pre sentation of the -Allies.' case lor' Ihc, enlightment of neutrals. lie pays that he Kcitliern from I'reri donl Wilson's Note that President VVil son while intensely desirous oi -si 'speedy mil ldHtiriK peace, itocb not al )ireaent concern himself, with the terms where on, this should bo arranged; Britain entirely 'shares (Ije Preside'nt'sKi'deals but feels strongly that the.?durability ol peace must largely depend on 1h clur acter. lio Jiffirint- that ,tlie chiiiiRCH in the map of Europe outlined, in the Allies' Note would s-Aeditly miligtite the unjust ?realmcnt of minori...

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FUNERAL OF LATE MR. H. G. LE QUESNE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

FUNERAL OF LATEk MR. H. G.LE ?-??' ~ iOUEMIE.' '; ? ,;\ The, iunci.il toojv pliW« .jcitoiday^ in -tho Cliairch Ot'JSnglaiur'cemetGryi-^West Tiiinworth. of Mr. il. --'. h^ yilesno, of Kootiiigal.' ono of iho- victims- ot - Lh--. nioJoi'Sunat.li on tho'^Glcii finic-s-Grait-iii Itoud on INfondtij. Afiv wra.' - Vllcott aiid' Cb. had chargo of tlm funeral arr'aujjo ?reiits 'and Ihe IXuv. II. 15, Taylor ulli ciated at iho church,- and afterwards siL ill' 't.ivt ,id-- t ) , lho chief niburners wei'i; : ? Mrs H G l,i- Quesne Ah lltjmiJr (liiollxr-ui hvn ol deeesi sed), .Jiid In*1 f 011 Mr. K. B^ai-WA, Mrs , MoRae, fsistor of IMrs, l^o- Quesivo), \r(v,oK, T, Landci' «N(TiimnoiLh)t - ,5Me Keny.ie Olorif). Wilmolt-. '(repi'esentine ^loh&rs.- liOtteook mirl Kin', 'lw\v- Mth), -! |Cy\l.ivK-clL («i.ilti»o) , ' Wreath* nere (-flnt l«.y MessrS. MpKen mid (' 1U1 OI'iim ) I ''l-- '' * (' nhc-'l (Tii-nworcli)' (! TC MiiviwU (Onlltoi)) f.oj\co(;k jnnl Kinji' (Tani u-orth), andM-tli«ffi ' T'1* w...

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Grafton Motor Fatality. MR. LE QUESNE'S HEROISM Further Particulars. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

Grafton Motor Fatality. MR. LE QUESNE'S HEROISM; Further Particulars. '^ According to iMr. -';. Is. Max\v.cll, wlio ;v:as 111 Tamwortli yesterday loVittend tlm i111ter.1l ol l ho into JNJr. H. G. Le (Jucane, Uie Tinlortuiuite aflair in 'which tho latter lost his lit© was si complete tin; hap no blame beiiig -attacliabloA. to unyonp. It. appoarsiihat-the, horseuiaai'. pulled off i-lie road close to'aculvGrt'toalloW.the car to, pass. Iml his horeo shied al '11 deen drain liy the roadside, and throw tlio rider ti- tho'gi-oimd; right in front oj tho on-CAiiiiug cur. Tho driver ol the1 InHci «'.»- compelled to swerve iu ordei liv ar.oid ii ,ci-llu ion, hut, had not time to^ c ear Un- prostrato . iiorscinan, the n-lieels ol l-h« motoi |vu, imp; inn hi neck J!u itift then right, against1 a culvert the driver was eonipelled to £wei've aj-aiti in in dor Lo avoid running inio ,tlu- creok. Unfortunately there ivu* hardly room for tuis- inanoeH.vre and though 'the front M-hoels succ&sii...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

-' ' - PERSONAL-/ Several important changes .ire noti fiei} jWHiLVittvu-tfoni w.ith UJm* 'ArtWHUinMii1 District-School. -V stated-yesterday, Mr. - J.^ly-Kdmunds,' Headmaster, liui been .transferred to j'loltiMi Hill, and will be Uoii-cdod ml Tuniwoith liv Mi Arnold, J11H11 the Narrabri Di.anct School: Mr. Edmunds, who has been a great worker 1ti connection with puolio and patriotic movements; w ill lie much missed in Tamworth where his unfail ing courtesy and good nature Have/made him a general -tavorito. ???Mr. I). H. Berry, jyho has been first assistant heic for' about' four, years has 'been transfer red to Clevelandtsfreet school Mis.b Gardner the energeticand popular heau mis.tress of thevgirls' department, 1 has liocn promoted to the position ot head mistress lit DitfJbo,. and Mies', Williams; \vlio ,su£ce'eded 'Mr-: .1. p.'-Arclier on the latter's proiiiotionxto-he'admaster at- Dal-. K:(-ly, has been {t7k-Hmted; lo Riley-street. It ir. probtiblo lhat olher changes ?ooiay ah 6 ...

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WHERE IS THE DEUTSGHLAND? South Atlantic Raider Reported Sunk. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

?WHERE IS THE DEUTSCHLAND? South Atlantic Raider Reported- Sunk. ?,.' l.OA'DOX. ^Vedncs'Jav The \U1e1c.1bcmts ni Ji^ ? Mibinaime trudcr Dcutschhind are mysToriousi. t'-i German ^fpnif,', awflrt she teH , loi AniericM nrt Tuesday,* and cl«iau blmtitlie Bremen iVacting \s 1 submarine 111 tin L-nlf of lj;:llin:a. , ? ^1 Tin- news of the .ravages ol t,ho raider 111 tlic Souufji Atl.intic « sis followed l-.\ nn advance, in iunu'ne insurances fin m L«o and 'n'liiilfoto l-.n ]-»r rout, to South V'l'erKjan smd We I Indian p.)ir« x There .11c pei 1 Icni 1 ninoii , thsit tho l-iiidiM iiarf heen muiIc oj captured

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BIG CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

BIG CLEARANCE SALE. f Special attention id drawn to a big learance snl-!, which will tuke place at lr. Geo, Bloncowe's farm at Loom oral], about ' 15 miles ^from 'fainworrli,* n Saturday , 'January i20tlK. The aub ioniif.rs advjsrs tho't the furin h^rles are. spre onlcil as vbqing a, very eholc'e lot. \\ othei stock, including «50 sheep and/ 20 piKK. are a kooi! nuality lot and In plondid condition, 't'he fdriniiiK im lciQi'nii and houseliold fsrniluro will e found in first-class order. The sale ill staitt 'at ,l-.30 p.m.; and buyer's 'should nike a special effort to attend, as on ccount of Mr. Blencowe having sold Is Itirm and' relinquishing fawning, vorything Will 'be lor bona, lido right ut sale. The' sollins: ut;eut« are A. L. te%'irt1:'ia.pd'i-Qo''..vwlip.-.--n'lll.~be^ pleased to ipply any , further iufonrnalion.

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JAM FOR THE RED CROSS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

JAM FOR THE RED CROSS. -.(To the JSditor). Cii. — ai tlio inijtaiice SlVilr. Kiiii'Bsiiiu a' recently i-otunied qonimissioncr for the Austnili.ni Itul --i-i s, U10 toiintijwl)ido L'ln1., or 'Hie 'l!e-l CroiS' Society liavo. been uiUL'iith -(-|ii«i led Do .?iuspeud'' 'a'.\ olhn activitiji-s in fii\or oi milking jam lor the liso of .our An'.traliaii men jn' liot-piritl abroad.- Tho '.Tam'« fivth , Her Cross Su.'i- ety. would .be. extreme]- grateful for do- , nations ol liuit, unit 1 in.iilv ol nlwn-us, for whioh- Auatrafisiuj KokliVivi c-xprtfaij n jii'eU'ience. Donutioiiw may Im '«,oiiu. o tlm l?ed Cross-'R'ooinB, PecfrStroet, and. would donors kindly notify the Hon. Secretory nhoo to expect delivery of th'e' (nut, 60 that arranggmenti may be -iade t'i--.,it;. imiiiciliate oauvcrs'on into lain.' Jam for our 6oldieils'vihas Ao liv Ujoiifiht of in hiiniii'ed ivoiRlitf and tons and jtb,..inamiIact'UTo has fu ho imder tJ'-'on 'iii uvthei 1 larjio tiu.intiwes .Thanking '-you for granting-...

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SUSSEX STREET MARKETS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

SUSSEX STREET MARKETSf SYDNEY. Thursday. Quotations: Oats 2/7 to !i/ bus, maize S/8 bus, wi cvilj 3/5 to 3/7rbus, lmilev nominal, potatoes Clarence 3/ ;to\4/, others 7/, onions 69 to £\0 ton, -osr«s !)d lo lOtl dozen, poultry wore decidedly cruilor. No turkey.1, were on the market. Goad quvllly chaff was-' on request. .

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

PRODUCE MARKETS. ,S.VI-XliV Thur.,dav. At Alexandria the Qcmaiid. for medium lines .was weak, and values eased enn -l(iiljh Qvtol ilion Wlw-attn -c JiafFil, I'jnm n-/t lo &[-- good I/I Diedmin 0/7 ?fffwior- ,'!'.'!; Oat«n chaff imediwni !)/8 to- 3/1 0^ inferior a/H io .'i/1 ; I/ticerno ?linfT, (»o-i(l 5/7 ;n Ijucerrie hay tnedimn '1/; t)ejTielc'(iti\nv prime ;i/S) ; potatoes infer ior '1/1 '.' ' ^lilies- li'cevi)e eluifl1 Frotji ]-'-iuntnin, AYp'-t Maitlnnd- 5/7; lialaiice. dil!,(-, R/; lucerne lmj from iM- nil. Wes.i M-iitTTiiid I/; potatoes from White, Inverell.

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METAL MARKETS LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

, . METAL MARKETS '? , T,ONiDON; Wednesday. Standard copper on ' soot, £130/5/. tiireemdntlis'1 delivery ,£126/5/. Lead oh spot £30/10/, 'three, months' delivery £*9/10/i Spelter on spot ,£47, three months' aellvery £44;; Tin on spot £l«7/|12/6, three months' delivery £1S8'/17/C. '? ?

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HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

H0MEBUSH MARKETS. RVl).\TKY,-''niiiiwliiv. ' -3ittl-S : 1.730' pen) i ed .The m ii rkot wi-s HI to 10/ Iot'pt: I5'st 'lieef ?'()/. second ?15/ inferior 42J, liulldcks CVJS to £23; co-:, li'J t» m/IU. ? . ???.SIVeoixi^MOOO penned.! ;Viilues a shade ?-.-'-- AVethors SiO/ fo 30/; ewes 1H/ to 32/. ? '

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NEUTRALS SAVAGELY ATTACKED. Storm of Bullets on Norwegian. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

NEUTRALS SAVAGELY ATTACKED. Stonri of Bullets on Norwegian. ' ,'-,,l.-rVI)()i\ Wednesday. The ( lew ol thi» Noi«e«iim 'steninei Older fteiii attacked and bonvbarded with o,ut j.-wurninij; Jiy -a Gewnan submarine. 'I lie' escaped iipiIic boats 'amid a stoim ol bullflw. Ihis, ('nw ol i^ic Ujii \\i sto-iiuei Xnics bm' *tate I hut alU-r their .vessel was torpedoed tlioy wore left in open boatsi .!Ehev asked tiio (ununnndor of fchi). .'?uli- 'iiiarine to tow thejn. bqcaus© they were fur from land and it wafi istormy; ' but1 tho iMptuin refused the request.'/

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