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Beat Them lack Las Sooiifs. night's British official communique says: Last mght an attack attempted by the enemy upon our positions in the neighbourhood Boeufs was crushed by our artillery barrage before he could reach our trenches. The enemy trenches were successfully entered u
CAPTAIN WALTER LUNISDEN PROMOTED. The following nayal appointments were announced last night: Rear-Admira 1 John Nicholas, placed on the retired list from Juiy 3. Captain Allen T. Hunt, C.5.1., A.D.C., promoted to Rear-Admiral, with seniority, July 3. Captain (retired) Walter C.
£4000 Damage Dos*. to WeSI- Known Restaurant. Fire hroko out last night about 9 o'clook in premises ut 91 Buchanan Street, Glaegow, line modern building of four floors, formerly occupied a restaurant by Cranston, and sold about six weeks ago a London .At present the building in
of Garments, Comforts, War Dressings, Sphagnum Moss, National Eg* Collection, Kay Photographs, and Orthopaedic ONE o'clock instead o p.m., arranged. SITUATIONS. Apprentice Plumber wanted. Apply Andre* Chattan i' AWUILL Tailxman Wanted immediately; good wages. Address No. 873 Jou
Huns Dressed in White. 1228 Prisnnfirs Taken Last Month. Last night's oommunique from the British Headquarter* in France says: Last night we again improved our position slightiy north of Beaumont This morning Another enemv attempt to rush one of our post* tn the neighbourhood of