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TEN MORE V.C. AWARDS.

TEN MORE V.C. AWARDS.

BRAVERY OP COLONIALS: SURREY OFFICER'S EXPLOIT. Tea reoiciesta V .C.'s are announced today. Ni.. to the Austealiaa or New Zealand forces, and one to the Beat Surrey Beet. The latter is Zed-Limit. Beep Handley Gray, who is decorated for mom bravery and determination on Hill 00, n
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DBI3:CIEN FLYMOVIII WOMAN

DBI3:CIEN FLYMOVIII WOMAN

DBI3:CIEN WOMAN h ag Koskia, of e, Omagenatreet. Plymouth. was clamed this morning with being drunk, diwardetly, acd swing obscene language Vniois-strest, and P.C. described her behaviour in refreshment Printer, beaming at tM magistrate. through her syestades. admitted having " •
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
IUTH, SATURDAY,

IUTH, SATURDAY,

PLYMI
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
A TRIUMPHAL ARCH.

A TRIUMPHAL ARCH.

PARIS, Friday.—A message to the "Temps" from Satanic,. says: According to advices from Constantinople the Turks are making ostentatious preparations for celebrating the expected arrival of the Germans. The Young Turks' pro to tt eg o ct a h ugh attr . t ili e mplz i al arch a er
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SERBIAN OAT AT PIMIENTO.

SERBIAN OAT AT PIMIENTO.

TO•DAY'S COLLECTION FOR OUR ALLI ES. Today Serbia's day in Plymouth. sod, although the unfavourable weather is bound to have an appreciable °Ram upon the result, the Ilsyonen (Mrs. T. Baker) hopeful of banding a suns to the Relief Fund of our gallant little Allier in the Balkans
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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COMPLETELY REPULSED.

COMPLETELY REPULSED.

PARIS, Saturday.—The following °Bloisl communiqusi was issued this afternoon: We repulsed last night in Lorraine several counter-attacks against the trenches we captured yesterday to the north of Reillon. The number of prisoners we took in the course of these actions is about on
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Strong Gerataa Attack lis Vosges.

Strong Gerataa Attack lis Vosges.

Strong Gerataa Attack Vosges. In the Voeges the Germans this morning delivered a very strong attack on a front of five kilometres between the Rehteuren to the Hartmannsweilerkopf end Sudelkopf. The assault bad been preceded by a violent hail of shells of all calibres and heavy bo
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HOSPITAL SUNDAY FUND.

HOSPITAL SUNDAY FUND.

As reported, will be tomorrow in is aid of dm Sunday Nod. The yore. in • attar to the pap rya that the claims of hstettnia to support aro greaser than wear. Mart of these considerably debt, and fad the goat maintenance under present conditiaos a anxiety. Worship speaks the r app
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
RUSSIANS' INCESSANT ATTACKS, HEAVY FIRING AND OREAT MASSES

RUSSIANS' INCESSANT ATTACKS, HEAVY FIRING AND OREAT MASSES

OF TROOPS. M.:RICE% Saturday. Privato despatches from Osernowitz state that the Russians are maintaining incessant attacks upon the German positions on the Bessarshian frontier. Their artillery fire has been tremendous. Great masses of troops make delpezeite storming assaults by
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
A POLITICAL NELL.

A POLITICAL NELL.

THE ATTACK ON BOTHA AND SMUTS. POTCHEFSTROOM, Thursday. General Smuts, in reply to a N►tionalist demand that " Botha anti Stouts must go," flathead that he liked nothing better than deliverance from the hell ,n which he had lived for two years, but the tio , ernmeut would stick
October 16, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England