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I THURSDAY'S BRITISH OFFICIAL,

THURSDAY'S FRENCH OFFICIAL.

THURSDAY'S ITALIAN OFFICIAL,

BEER-SHEBA TAKEN. ' I

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BEER-SHEBA TAKEN. LONDON, Thursday. The following message was issued on Th ul'sclay Operations in Egypt. General Allenby report.s that, after a night marc our troops attacked Beer- sheba on the morning of October 31st. Whilst the infantry attacked the de- fences covering the town from the west and south-west-, mounted troops made a wide turning movoment through the desert and aproached the town from the east. Beersheba was occupied in the evening, in spite of a de termined resistance by the enemy. Beersheba is, of course, a place of ancient renown, and figures often in the narrative of Holy Writ. ON PALESTINE FRONTIER. [ Beersheba lies near, but within, the frontier of Palestine. When the opeta- ticxfce against Gaza were conducted, cur troops ftiso attacked in that direction, but D-o gre at success. Since the opera- tions <3jutsid& Gasa, when we attempted to a-ke the cr town by a coup da maine. v ery little A io^ee. if dimerous qu&Kdoas have been aS'ksdi^arliaiaont with regard to the unpublished dispatch and the position of the general commanding ait that time, who is now in the Alder shot command. The Government refused to publish the dispatch, stating that it contained in- formation that it was not desirablo the enemy should know. To-day's news is highly gratifying in that it shows that our position in this area is not one of stale- mate.

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I U-BOAT -WAR. I

I NORWAY'S WARNING. I

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