Reported from Base under date 261 h November:— Wounded. Appleton. Tie. 1, Hashes. •«, Artg.-Cp!, J- Bales; MS*. Pte. J. Jervis. WOT, Pte R. P, BiantUornc, 9541, Pie. W, Pie. J. Bramhall. 10205, Pie. T. Keeton. 6352. Pie. J Brown. 7314* Pie. Morrison. 7653. Pie. F. C. Klliott, 94
Tie Washington corraspondedt the ('cntral I Newi writes as follows Peace rumours of various kinds, emanating purporting to emanate from Berlin, from London, and from Rome, iSve Seen more than usually rife during the past week or so. Many of these report* are obviously only the i
France (24th November and various dates!— Killed, 69; died of wounds. 61; died, 13; wounded, missing, 174; total, 491. Mediterranean—KiLeo, 36; died of wounds, 10; died, 17; wounded, 102; missing, 20; total, 186. Official German list of prisoners of war—Died of wounds, 1; wounde
The strike of two hundred factory operatives belonging to the collar department of Messrs. Leinster Bros/ & Staveacre, shirt and collar manufacturers, Londonderry, threatens to spread as the leaders state that if their demands arc not conceded they will get the city carters to c
At Birmingham City Council Tuesday the Lord Mayor will move resolution of congratulation to two Birmingham V.G.’s—Lieutenant James, 4th Worcestershire Regiment, and Lance- Corporal Vickers, 2nd Warwickshire Regiment.
except when I lifted her into the bed with Constable Deasey. cross-examination by Mr. Williamson, witness said the prisoner always told practically the same thing. The old woman used to sit at the bellows the kitchen. Witness was present when the prisoner’s boots were examined f