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THE SUVLA WITHDRAWAL

ILABOUR AND COM--PULSION.

- W I TREE FELL ON HIM. j

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THE COMPULSION I i SCHEME.…

LATE COLONEL R. E. BENSON.

!I THE GIRL, THE MOTHER, I…

LOCAL ENGAGEMENT.

WELSH FOOTBALL-OFFICER.

AUSTRIAN NAVAL i ROUT. I -I

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AUSTRIAN NAVAL ROUT. I r ITALIANS ALSO PARTICI- PATE. I (Press Association War Service.) PARIS, Thursday. A naval communique states: Au Aus- trian naval division having come out of Cattaro, with the intention of bombarding Durazzo, Allied flotillas steamed out to meet it. The Austrian destroyer I/ika struck a mine and was blown up. The Triglav, a sister vessel, was destroyed by the Allies' flotilla. Other enemy vessels were chased, and fled towardb their base. (The above appeared in our 5.30 edition.) ITALIANS SHARE IN I HONOURS. I Hostile Aeroplane Also Shot Down. (Press Association War Service.) KUMt, Ihursda.y. j The following official communique is ] issued here ] Yesterday morning an enemy scout and five enemy destroyers appeared off Dur- azzo in order to bombard the piaca and did some insignificant damage. They were attacked by Italian and Allied ships that were cruising in the neighbourhood. The- Austrian destroyers T'rigiav and Likn., were sunk. Survivors of tne crew of the! Lika were taken prisoners. An enemy i aeroplane was also shot down by one of our destroyers. Our ships ail returned to port without injury. AUSTRIANS ADMIT REVERSE. ^i'ress Association service.) AMSTERDAM, Thursday. The following official communique re- garding the fight in the Adriatic was issued in Vienna to-day: In the harbour of IXirazzo one steamer and one sailing vessel were sunk, and the fire of several coast batt-cries were silenced. During the attack two of our destroyers struck mines, the Lika being sunk and jtlie Triglav badly damaged. The greater part of the crew were saved. The Tn?la,v was towed, but after some hours had to be sunk, as a superior number of hostile cruisers and destroyers menaced the re- trea.t. The whole of our flotilla returned to its base. Among the hostile ships only a. British ertilsei- of the Bristol or FaJmouth class and a French dest-royer of the Bouchier class were clearly identined. ?Note.âThe Lika and TTigJav were two of the latest Austrina destroyers and be- longed to a group of six built between 1911 and 1913. They had a displacement of SCO tons and a speod of 32 knots. They carried two 4in. and six lighter guns and four torpedo tubes. Their complement was about 90 men. The class had the reputation of being good sea. boats, and all did their designed speed or more.

WARNING TO THE WORKERS.

BLOWN UP IN PORT.

,OUR RECRUITING Ii I " SYSTEM."

i HIDE AND SEEK| HIDE AND…

-BODY FOUND ON THE SANDS.…

---! NEW LOCAL " PRU," CONTROLLER.

i!SALIGHT BETWEEN BUFFERS,!

I" RULED BY DOCKERS."

GIRL CLERKS.

BREAD UP A PENNY.

WHEN DOES A MEAL END ? --I

II CUSTOMERS ALSO I SUMMONED.

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MONTHLY INSTEAD OF FORTNIGHTLY.…

LITTLE GENTLEMEN AND LADIES

RESPECTED CWMBWRLA MAN.1

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BLEW PART OF HAND OFF.

MAXIMA ON METALS

ABSENT SCR EWER F; N Ë D.

\-HIS ONLY SON. 1HISONLYSON.

FROGS CHOKE ELEPHANT.

"I'LL MERRY XMAS YOU."