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L ■ ^1 THREE "IT BOATS 1 I OFF THE PIRATES' MAP. SUBMARINES OF LATESTI CLASS. 1 (Renter's War Special.) I FLUSHING, Monday. Dutch warships last night brought in i here a Carman submarine which they found in Dutch territa-rial waters. The submarine will be interned. (Press Association War Service.) ROME, Saturday. A communique issued by the Ministry of Marine says:— The enemy submarine UC 12, which the German Navy had ceded to Aus- tria-Hungary, has fallen into our hands, and has become a unit in our torpedo boat squadrons. Another enemy submarine, the U 12, belonging to the Austria. Hungary: Navy, is also in our possession. Italian and French hydroplanes yester- day effected an offensive reconnaissance over Pola, dropping bombs on enemy i units. Counter-attacs were made hy I enemy aeroplanes, which were repulsed in an aerial light. One of our Hydroplanes fought three enemy aeroplanes one after another and, drove them off. All our aerial and naval units retiU'ned undamaged to their base. (-Note.Tll(-, UC submarines are believ- ed to be of a more formidable type than! the pre-war 17 class. The II 12 is also a large vessel completed, if not designed. since war began. The U 11 was the iatest boat due for completion in 1914, and she displaces 800 tons.) ANOTHER BERLIN LIE NAILED. (t rMs Association War Service). AMSTERDAM, Saturday. A Berlin official tejegram say':— One of our submarines on D?'cmbpr 28 sank in the English Channel a transport. steamer of about 8.000 tons, which was 1 steaming with lights out aj.id convoyed by destrovers. The Secretary of tl, Admiralty states that the above report is absolutely untrue. MANY RAIDS IN THE BLACK SEA. PET ROC RAD, Friday Night- It is announced by "the X aval Staff that on the 6th hut. a Russian squadron <S~.rri £ d but a very successful raid upon the Anato- lian Coast. Forty Turkish sailing vessels were sunk. all of which were carrying various provisions, tobacco, nuts; etc., and were on their way to Constantinople. The Turkish «ea-mep imagined the coast would be less vigilantlv watched by the Russians during the period of the Russian Christmap. So large a number of Turkish ships has Hot been sighted in the Black Sea region for long past.

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