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U-BOAT COMMANDER KILLED.

U-BOAT COMMANDER KILLED.

Copenhagen, Saturday. The Hamburger Fremdenblatt states that Lieutenant-Commander Willi Petz, commander of submarine, has been killed, and that his family at Konigsberg have received an official notification of his death. —Daily Telegraph.
30 April 1917 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CUPAR LAD WOUNDED AND A PRISONER

CUPAR LAD WOUNDED AND A PRISONER

bp., ei gamekeeper, " Rankeillour, n °tified that his son, Lanoe John Keiller, who was reon February, now "e ",' of* Germany, wounded by onthfi elbow
30 April 1917 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARTILLERY ACTIVITY IN CHAMPAGNE.

ARTILLERY ACTIVITY IN CHAMPAGNE.

ARTILLERY ACTIVITY CHAMPAGNE. COUPS FOILED. Paris, Saturday. The official communique issued this afternoon says:— Between and the Oise there wore rather vk>lent artillery actions in the course of 'the night, and grenade skirmishes the first lino in the region the south St Quentin
30 April 1917 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISPLENISH SALE AT NEW DEER.

DISPLENISH SALE AT NEW DEER.

The displenish sale at the farm Barklull, Knaven, New Deer, took place Saturday. There was large attendance of farmers and dealers, and a good sale was got. One horse, £71; one mare, £54 10s. Cattle—One-year-olds, £20 2s 6d to £23 10s; stirks, £7 17s 6d to £13 10s; cow, £20. Oxf
30 April 1917 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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30 April 1917 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON LETTER.

LONDON LETTER.

AMERICAN SYMPATHY WITH IRISH ASPIRATIONS. RUMOURi AS TO SOVERNMENT PLAN! FOR A SETTLEMENT. (FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDIN'] LONDON. Maod»y Momng. Many American sympatbisera with Irish aapirationa have aeized very naturally upon Mr. Lloyd George’s remark that an Irish aettle- ment
30 April 1917 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
yOD ECONOMY

yOD ECONOMY

ECONOMY im not to titc ruction Mr. Lloyd George's the food •cntnttay oemp& gn, but there some who fear that u ▼ery «tfoj>p note of o) Uin.tni will not am.h t'»« appoeJ of Ix>rd Devon pa-t. The inevitable ©ontr -versiei about the late and the present one, and tbe adapticjj the Imp
30 April 1917 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SWITCH LINE BREACHED AT

SWITCH LINE BREACHED AT

ANOTHER POINT. OPPY TRENCH SYSTEM CAPTURED. MANY VIOLENT GERMAN COUNTER-ATTACKS REPULSED. Seturday nicht'a British oficial report stated : Seiero fighting, in vPhich our have had tho advantage, has taken place throughout the day from the Scarp* fiver the AchevJle- Vimy road. hav
30 April 1917 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SUU’HTER OF GERMANS.

SUU’HTER OF GERMANS.

Troops Sacrificed in Droves.
30 April 1917 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
HISTI ;ND.

HISTI ;ND.

Hindenbui Into tilt tn Is. Tt is aaid tl <cnnan divisions <150,000 200.! r* been identified along front during the past fortnight, and have been with- drawn »haf rther war worthi- nesa ftays J th* British H.* dated yesterday i. sepreaeatativ* at in a message are now at otenstve
30 April 1917 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England