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"'fr. KAISER'S NEW MOVE. Another Boastful Threat. Copenhagen, Wednesday, Feb. 3.—The | Kaiser's visit to Wilhelmshaven, Hl conjunction with von Behnke's warning to t-ommercial shipping, is interpreted here as the prologue to important sea events, It is rumoured that Germany will try tii engage the British fieri" in southern waters, while another squadron will go j full s I)eed north, with the object of cover- ing tiie landing of troops in England. The "Social Demokraten says it was persistently rumoured that great cop- tingents of troops were gathered at -\Vil- helmihavcn at the time üf the raid on Scarborough.—Exchange Special. A Scare." Stockholm, \V cdnciday, Feb. 3. Tho latest announcement of the German Admi-i ratty regarding its intentions towards, British shipping and its warning to I nentral vessels has aroused the indigna- tion of the Swedish Press. The Stockholm Dagblad regrets that the German naval authorities deem it I necessary to strike this fresh blow at the commercial liberty of neutrals, which is j alreadv sufficiently restricted. The Dageus Sybet-er publishes an article expressing great annoyance, and says that the absurd and unheard-of .threat will never be realised, since even the German authorities must recogniso its futility. It regards the announcement as a scare .Reiiter. Object of the Threats. i Amsterdam. Wednesday.—The Tyd is of opinion that the German threats are., apparently made in order to induce the! British NOmlralty to concentrate a big fleet in the Channel for the protection of the transports, which would give Ger-j many the possibility of a, great raid on the North-east Coast of England.— Reuter. <

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TURKS SEVERELY DEFEATED.I

I SHIP PURCHASE BiLL.

IDR. UEBKNECHTS DISCIPLINE.I

BELGIUM STILL A NATION. I

GERMAN TORPEDO-BOAT SUNK.t

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AMMUNITION FAMINE. I

VON KLUCK'S SON KILLED.I I

WELSHMAN'S DISTINCTION. I

I AUSTRALIAN WARSHIP ACCOUNTS…

I117th VICTIM.

i ¡ CASUAL Tl ES ! N WELSH…

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GERMAN AEROPLANE CAPTURED.

EXHAUSTED INVADERS.

-■■ THREE VAIN ATTACKS. I

HOW THE RUSSIANS FIGHT. I

ITHE SEAS ARE FREE.j

PORTHCAWL TRAGEDY.I

PEACE BETS.I

NO PAROLE FOR GERMANS. - I

- -_ - - - I ! WAR NOTES.

J GREATER SWANSEA.