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AERIAL RAIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
AERIAL RAIDING. LONDON, October 24. The Press./ Bureau reports:—The In^ dependent Air Force on'the night or* October 23&quot;heavily and &quot;successfully attacked railways at Burbacli and Saarbruckeii, dropping five and a half tons of bombs. The Forcie also attacked with good results chemical factories at Mannheim, railways at Coblenz, at Metz-Sablin and. near Mainz. One of our aeroplanes has not been located. In addition to the enemy machines destroyed as reported in yesterday's communique, we brought down one and shot down two out of control. Sir Douglas Haig's aviation report states:—We dropped six tons of bombs and brought dowii 13 aeroplanes and drove down four out of control. len British machines are missing.
BALKANS FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
BALKANS FIGHTING. LONDON, October 24. A Serbian official message, states: We forced the enemy to retreat on the Razany front, and crossed the West Morava River- We are advancing northward. LQNDONj October 24 . A French Eastern communique states: French troops entered Negotin. Further east the Serbian^ broke the enemy resistance on Razan]stalec, and captured the Mecka massir and the village of Ciccvak. The enemy is retiring along the whole front.
BULGAR ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
BULGAR ATROCITIES. LONDON, October 24 The &quot; Morning Post&quot; Athens correspondent states: The Greek Government has urgently requested the Allies and neutrals to appoint an international commission to investigate the Bulgar crimes against civilians an Macedonia. All males of 16, including Greek priests, were either killed, conscripted, or deported to Bulgaria. Women and girls were outraged under most revolting circumstances. Many girls of 10 and 12 years are pregnant. The Bulgarians, in violation of the armistice, removed all live stock. Three thousand-and fifty houses at Kavalla^)were sacked, and destroyed.
PORTUGUESE UNREST. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
PORTUGUESE UNREST. LONDON, October 24 Portuguese newspapers furnish details of an abortive revolution on the nieht of October 12. Prompt Government action was taken, suppressing combined military and civilian risings in many districts. There were numerous, arrests amongst the leading political democrats. Order has been completely restored.
THE MOTHERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
THE MOTHERLAND. GERMAN COLONIES LONDON, October 24 The &quot;Daily Chronicle&quot; welcomes Mr Balfour's outspoken pronouncement with reference to the German colonies. &quot;The Empire feeling,'' the paper says, &quot;is quite solid on this point. It is high time our attitude was laid down. We did not go into the war for colonysnatching, but we cannot return the submarine bases to the pirates.&quot;
UNITY OF EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
UNITY OF EMPIRE. LONDON, October 24 Mr Balfour, in the course of his speech at &lt;the Australian and New Zealand Club luncheon, said that four years of war had supplied full • and abundant confirmation of the unity of the Empire. He did not believe that a single German statesman ever thought that if Britain became involved in, a war she would find Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and India fighting by tier .side. To him it meant more than so many hundred thousand gallant soldiers added to Britain's forces. It meant that the- Empire stood for liberty, justice, and peace.. &quot;That is the-greatest joy, we get from the agonies of a trial almost too heavy to be borne,&quot; ho went on. &quot;It leaves behind it (the memory of Australia and New Zealand fighting side by side with their brethren of the Motherland in a common cause, leaving us all with the certitude that their efforts will be crowned by a durable peace.&quot;
SITUATION REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
SITUATION REVIEWED. LONDON, October 24 ' Regarding the efforts to /obtain art, armistice, it remains to be seen whether they mean more than an effort to unite Germany for a defensive war on the Meuse line. Until some other aim is shown it is safest to conclude that the German General Staff still dominates the situation, and that this is its carefully thought out plan. The situation on the Dwina is satisfactory, but Bolshevik bands are committing sabotage on the Murman railway. A number of railwayman in collusion with the Bolsheviki have given some trouble in Western Siberia, holdins up a train with British troops. There was some confused fighting in Trans-Caspia, the Bolsheviki losing heavily round Dushak, where the Turkomans overwhelmed the Bolshevik rearguard.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Ashburton Guardian — 26 October 1918
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