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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1910.
the horfhweet. Iiad taken ta Bolsselle
in! Cotitalmiilsun, Tlnnugh the capture
Of these four villages the Hermans In
the Imiiortnnt strategic position of the,
village til l-'rlcotirt are practlcnlly mr
ttunded. Curly this ufternoon the ofllclnl press
bureau here gave, out the following report
from Hrltlsh hc.idqtinrter In France:
' . An titlack was launched north of the
River Homme this morning at 7:30
o'clock, In conjunction with thn French.
British troops lmc broken Into tin
German forward fyfimi of defence
n a front of sixteen miles. The tight
Ins I continuing.
The French attach on our Immediate
tight 1 proceeding equally satlsfoc
torlly. On the remainder of tho Hrltlsh
front raiding: parties again succeeded
In penetrating de enemy's defences at
'fcrany points, inflicting loci cm lite en
my and in knit some- prisoners.
2,000 Prisoners Tnhts,
The following report ftom llrlllsh
headquarters In Krutice was Issued to
Bight by the ottielal pre bureau :
Heavy lighting continued nil day
tetwtn the rivers rJonime iuid Ancrc
.and nnrili of tho Ancrc us fur us
the Oommecourt Inclusive. Tim
' Ichtlnt on the whole of this front
Continues with Intensity.
On the rUM of our attack we cap
lured a CJermnti labyrinth of trench
en a f'ont of seven miles to n depth
of 1,000 yardn. Wo stormed nnd oc
cupied the strongly furtlfle.1 villages
Of Uontauban und Mamotx.
On the centre of our attack, on u
'front of four miles, we gained many
iron polnti", while nt others the
enemy Is Mill holding out. The (strug
gle on this front l Mill severe.
Up to tho present we have taken
1,000 prisoners. Including rcjtmentnl
commanders and the whole of one
regimental Man. Large number of
dcrman dead observed by our troops
s Indicate that the Niemy casualties
re severe, especially near Frlcourt,
On Friday nlKtit parties of our
' troops entered Herman trenches nt
various points between Yprea und
' Rouchcz, Inflicting casualties and
' taking sixteen prisoners.
The French troops on the north bank
of the river pushed forward as far ns
'the outskirts of the vlllares of Ifarde
court and Curlu. where the battle Mill
'continues. South of the river the French
o'pl, and Hecquincourt.'on
ZEz-xrzfs ,o'", ,h' ot
Ki.VU-..- . , I
The French War Office announces the
capture by French troops alone of 3.500
Vrlsoners, while the llrltlsh announce
'the capture of 2,00ft more, Including nl-
Joint Offensive Lcsanched,
' The French report regarding opera
tions on the Somme follows:
North and houth of the Somme.
after artillery preparation and reeon
Mlssances effected during the pre
ceding days, tho French and Hrltlsh
troops launched an offensive! action
ttils morning on a front of about forty
kilometers (twenty-five mllrst. In th
t morning anil i' the course of the af-
' tomoon on th whole front nttackeel
ke allied troops captured the first
line of tierniun positions. North of
the Somme the French troops estab
lished themselves In the outskirts of
Mm village of llardncourl and the bor
ders of the village of Curlu, whero
the fighting continues.
Houth of the Somme the villages of
. Domplcrre, Huoiulnruurt, IIuhhu and
Fay fell Into our hands. Tho number
at German unwounded prisoners taken
fcy the French troops nlonc In tho
oourte of the day txctedtd 3,r,00.
Aviation On the night of Jun 29
SO a group of our aviators effected the
following bombardments: Ktghteen
hells of 120 millimeters were thrown
on tho railway station nt Neste; lx
hells of IM millimeter- on Itoye,
where a tiro was started ; shells
thrown oji Cuntlans and on an auto
mobile convoy northeast of Neele were
j Men to fall in the mlilst of wagons.
On the same night thirteen of our
(aeroplanes threw sixty shells on a
German munitions factory In the out
skirts of Noyon, The target was
truck by a good part erf the pro
jectiles, the effect of which It was pos
Ible to establish.
On the night of June 30-July 1
, seven of our aeroplanes, again threw
thirteen Miclla on tho railway station
nd the grade crossing at NcsIb and
lx military establishments In the vi
cinity. It was established that a rim
In the course of a reconnaissance!
ne of our pilots, attacked by a Fok-
Mr, was wounded at tin. first en- i
t counter, but succeeded In bringing
down hla adversary, who fell in thn
forest of Bezange. On his return tho
SSUne pilot was attacked again by un
nemy biplane und was wounded a
second time, but succeeded In dlsen-
aclng- and reentering our lines.
' Unofficial desiiatches from the llltlsh
front say that the Urltlsh artillery llru
has destroyed the towns of Thlepvnl and
.Beaucourt, the former a little east of tho
'Ancre and the latter on the western
bank of the rher further north. Uoth
towns. contained Important Herman mu
'altlons stores. Hrltleh troops are now
fighting to surround Thlepvnl and are
'pushing toward Ueaucourt from fleau-mont-liamel.
They also are attacking
the Oommecourt salient from both sldef.
Correspondents report that tlm lusseji
Of the Allies on the llrst day of the of
fensive have h'en extremely light con
sidering the magnitude of the operations
and tho advance made, which is the
'greatest gain cither side has accom
. pllshed In u single day since the bcln
.aliuj of trench warfare.
ATTACKS' FURY GROWS.
Frlcourt Almost Surrounded by the
a gptciat CMe bttpatch to Tut Sis.
tsJNpON. July 1. An unofficial dci-
. patch from the Urltlsh headquarters in
France at 7:13 this evening stated that
the progress of the battle haa been
' marked by a steadily Increasing Inten-
slty throughout the day
Fighting north of thn lllver Ancre was
particularly severe. The enemy In sev
eral vltlugcs made a strenuous leslst-
. Dice, but the gallantry of our troops re
sulted In gradually working around
varloua strong points. Frlcourt Is now
- nearly surrounded.
. Further north the Hrltlsh forces uro
on tsMh sides of thn (luinmrcourt salient.
The vlltago of Mametz Is completely in
our hands. A (iermaii counter attack
, on llontauban wk succesbfully repulsed,
" The number of prisoners taken so far In
this region Is about 1,500, but thn record
la Incomplete, as othets aru now being
1 brought In. The Hrltlsh operations aro
favored by the tine weather.
Tho Lille station was successfully
. bombarded by Urltlsh aviators, who
while returning were attacked by twenty
aOokkers, two of which were brought
down In flames. All the Urltlsh ma
chines returned, It is noteworthy that
, very few enemy machines were seen in
Out air thla afternoon, tho despatch says.
Many raids by Urltlsh auioplanes were
made this afternoon on the northern
part ot the line.
The Times coiretsjtideiit deserlue
the destruction of a largo wood In
' which were concealed German batteries,
, and for which ono could pot help feel
ing pity. At the end or twenty min
utes nothing met the eyo but a level
surface of ground, Further away there
, was a slight rldgn of ground, and for
not one Instant throughout tho after.
noon did Hrltlsh sheik 'cease dropping
beyond that rldije. Tim explosions could
not be seen, but tlm smoko roso llku
bteam from n KUantlc rauldion,
Overhead there cm led aeroplanes vh
serving what had been done, These re
turned with reports that as far as the
OOUld le.irh was to lie seeji Iho efirit
of the damage of the boiiib.il dineiil Tho
FRENCH LOSE THIAUMONT,
BUT WIN IT BACK AGAIN
Field Work Changes Hands for the Fourth Time Ger
mans Take Position on Hill 304, but Are Driven
Out by a Counter Attack.
Special Cable Httptch to Till ScN.
J'ARte, July 1. The Thlauinont field
work on the right bank of the Meuee,
wnlch was retaken by the French In M
assault yesterday morning and was lost
to the Hermann again last night, was
recaptured it second time, at i0 o'clo.-a
Ihls morning by tho French, who main j
mastery of the position. I
Following tho successful French as
sault of yesterday morning the Her
mann uttacked repeatedly nil day yester
day and the battle for ioseeslou of tho
Held work continued Into th.i night,
when, after unusually he.iw boinb.iril-
inent and n series of furious aoi.tiilts,
Iho Germans iie.im gained n foo'hold !n
be position, lly this time the fortifications
of the field work had been completely
wrecked by the bombardment It hail re
celd from both ucrman and F-cnch
The French made a stand In the Im
mediate upproaches to the work nnd hel
thetr pisltlons thete until till mnrnllirf,
when they attain carried the position by
'n the left hank of the Meuse the Ger
mans renewed last night their attacks
on the front between the Ucthlncourt
llmok and the Knes-Haucourt road, with
Hill 3ol In the centro of tho line attacked.
Kxtremely Intense lighting developed on
both tides of the hill, the Germans using
IKlitld fire to ooer thetr at.saults. In
all, four important assaults were de
livered on the French lines. The first
two of these, one between Hill 30t and
the F.Mies. Haticourt ro.ol, und the tec
ond lo the west of tho ronil, were re
pulsed with heavy loge, Later In the
night .1 third assault, on n work east of
the hill which had been Ukun by tho
rrencn on Friday, recaptured the Held
attack. A fourth .Jerman at
covered all the
this morning on the Avoeourt redoubt.
was repulsed with large losses.
Heavy artillery bombardment has con-
tlnued to-day on the whole front of Hill
30 and I.e Mort Homme.
The following French official state
ment regarding the situation around Ver
dun woji Issued to-night.
On the left bunk of the Meue there
was a violent Isnnbardment of the
whole region of Hill 3041 Mort
On the right bank, about 10 o'clock
this morning, our Infantry wa
launched In an ssnitlt on the Thlau
inont fSeldwork, f which we again
made oursehes masters. The after,
noon was marked by u renewal of the.
bombardment In this region, as well as
In the sectors, of the Hols Fumln ami
The afternoon communique follows:
On both banks of the Meuse th
enemy delivered repeated violent offen
sive actions. Lust evening and during
the night, on the left bank, In the en
tire region east and West of Hill 304
the fighting was particularly Intense.
The Germans launched no less than
four attacks upon (Liferent sectors.
The first attack, accompanied by Jets
of liquid flre upon our positions, be
tween Hill 301 and the Eeni llau
eourt Itoad, was repuled with san
guinary losses for the enemy. The sec
ond attack, ddlered with hand gre
nades, west of the Ksnes-llaucourt
ltoad, met with the same fair.
burlng the night, east of Hill 304, a
powerful German Infantry action hail
succeeded In capturlnx a fortified
w rk which had been taken by us -terday,
together with eome trenches
on the slopta east, of Hill 304. but
our counter attacks Immediately
launched restored the work to us en
tirely '.nd the lost terrain.
Finally, this morning, we repu1ed
with success a German attack which
attempted to rvach the redoubt of
Avoeourt, and w inflicted tevcre
On the right bank the combats In
north and south fronts were marked hy.piratory bombardment lirltl-h aircraft
evil looking sausage shaped kite baboons,
l otn one spot one could see thirteen of
these that were Urltlsh und threw (Jer
The spirit of the troops continues ex
cellent and new from all fronts contrib
llnve IIIkIi Holies .if Offensive's
Siirrrsn vunis I'rae Cnntlon.
.surcM CaUt i.r.ifrV to Tns Si
liNPON, July 2. T'.ic newspapers echo
e enthusiasm with which Iho populace
the enthusiasm with which the pop
lecelve,) the hews veslerday of the be
ginning of tli- Hrltlsh offensive In coop,
eiatloti with the iepii, Tho bombard
ments and raldn of the past week 'ad
vrepared the public with expectation of
big events, hut th blow was nrlunllv
delivered earlier than most persons had
anticipated ,nid the Hiinouncenieiil cre
ated corresponding excitement
I'he rosy hue of the earliest despatches
encouram-d high hopes, but thete are
not lacking sober critics who wain tlm
people pot to build exaggerated hopes
upon what can only be tho Initial stroke
of a long and seveie struggle. They
recall Verdun as showing that nothing
catastrophic can be expected In modern
Marcel 11 ut I n, editor of the .'tio cle
Veins, writes for the London Wreklu
Ufpntch his views of thu situation. I hi
emphasizes the certainty that the Ger
mans arc wedl prepared for tho greit
battle now In-run, but he also points out
the Immentdty of ami thoroughness of
the Hrltlsh preparations.
M. Hutlu quoted an unnamed high mil
itary personaKe who recently visited the
Urltlsh lines as saying that the Hrllish
ale cupablo of accomplishing an elfort
which they prolong continuously for more
than three months.
M. Ilutln, reiterating predictions of
big activity on the Husslan northern
front this week, says;
'Combined simultaneous notion by the
Allies on all the military terrains is
started, Let us hope for the greatest
successes, but e( us remember that ver
hard knocks are necessary befoto Iho
(ierniana uro downed,"
DRIVE WELL PREPARED.
Series of Halds,
The preparatory bombardment for the,
present Hrltlsh drive began last Sunday
ami continued practically without Inter
ruptlon until the troops climbed out of
ir" :,:r,"?"y "'"r,",e ,o
Eln tho great attack.
In connection with the artillery bom
bardment the Hrltlsh Instituted u cam
paign of reconnoitring raids which
brought back word to the command i, f
the exact damage done by tho bombard
ment, Information far more accura'e
thsn any aeroplane scout could pen
lbly obtain. Incidentally the lulde.s
took numbers of prisoners, destroyed de
fences which the artillery hnd failed to
.-vel and captured Mima machine guns
and other equipment,
On the night of Sunday lo Monday
Juno 23-20, ten of these raiding parlies
penetrated the Merman lines at ten dif
ferent places. For the most part them
raids appear to liavo been made In Ihc
Loo:, crt tur. but In tho taictur of yci tcr
day mornliw attack the Hilllsh heavy ar
tillery caused four largo explosions Ui the
Merman rear lines between I'osli-res ami
Mjiitaulmn. At the opening c.f tho pre-
progress yesterday In the Thlaumonl
sector continued nercely for the pos
session of the works of that name.
After n series of furious assaults, pre
ceded by li. mbardments, the Germans
again succeeded In penetrating the re
doubt, which was completely wrecked,
but we established ourselves In tho
Irmiw-dlietji uhtrn.ic)ia Arltllerv tii-tlv--
Ity continued very great In the regions
of tho Fumln and Chenols Woods and
In Lurralnc two JMall German at
tacks upon our positions In the Forced
of I'arroy were completely checked.
This morning a long rango enemy
gin tired several shells of great rail
bre In the direction of Nancy,
DENY THIAUMONT LOSS.
German May French Failed to Re
captnre the Work,
Berlin. la London, July 1. The
French attempted without success yes
terday to recapture the fortllled field
work of Thlaumonl, according to lb"
tlerlln War Office. Their efforts failed
everywhere, with extremely heavy losses'
and prisoners were made of those Fttncli I
soldiers who reached the Gentian lines.
During last night the Urltlsh and
French, under cover of violent artillery
lire, gas nr.d mine exp'oslons. made re
peated reconnoitring attacks, which were
repulsed In every caw. n number of
prisoners being taken by the Germans
The activity on both eldes of the
t-'omme Increased appreciably early this
morning, according to the otllcial state
ment Issued by tho German War Office
The statement says:
Tiepeated Ftench and British recon
noitring attacks during the night were
everywhere repulsed. A number of
prisoners and some material remained
in our hands.
The attacks were preceded by Intense
frre. gs attack and mine explosions
fiirly thla tnorn'ng lighting lo tlvlty
appreciably Incrcasrd on both sides of
West of the Meuse there were local
Infantry combats. Kast of the Meuse
the enemy tried to reconquer our posi
tions on the Froldeterre ridge at Thl
aumonl. As on May 22 and 23 against
Douaumont strong masses of trooi.
were engaged In this attempt to storm.
Once again, on the ground of un
important local successes at the begin
ning of tv,e action, the enemy lather
too hastily has icported the recon
quest of the fort, while In reality the.
attack everywhere failed under heavi
est losses. Lnemy eoIJlers who lit
several places rtsi.-hed our lines were
m-tde vrUontrs. It Is to be noted that
the French entered the former fort
only as prisoners.
Near Urns an enemy aisoplane was
disabled by our artillery tire and un
ot er near Thlauinont by machine gun
Tho enemy's air squadron attack
against Lille caused ia military dam
age, but there were numerous victims
among civilians, especially In the
church of St. luvene. Moio than fifty
dead and wounded were uccounted for
thee. Also In the Soual, llapaume,
t'eionne and Nclle numerous French
Inhabitants were killed ami wounded
I by tire and boh.bd from Frem h and
BELGIAN GUNS ACTIVE.
i HiitiiliHrd lllinillilr s
! Launch OffensUe.
I llAShK, July 1. Tlelglun n tlllery sud
denly became extremely active to-day,
I simultaneously with the opening of the
' Alll'd offensive. The statement sui'd
iby the llelglan War Office saybt
Our Mrtlllety to-day carried out a
destructive tire on (Jerman works and
batteries, tspri tally In tho region of
! WWmude The enemy replied violently
i near the outskirts of. the town.
at'acked tlftem Herman kite balloon;"
1 which were dnlnc quard duty above he
(li-nuan Ires, destroying el" of them.
(in Monday and Tuesday the Urltlsh
began using gas emissions as a cover
fo tbe'r rald.ng parties. The Herman
I War uil' c reported on Tuesday tint the
allied tire wis particularly Intense in
, '""I' ti,- iw ,
regiment raided the Herman II -s tie tr
I '-oos under cover of two mine explosions
and the attack on the (Iermaii acrid
s -miting sstem vva continued wth the
'bringing down of four (iermaii aero.
! :i""hJ "it rlW lrt. ""
wis continuing Its ter-lflc bombardment
of the (ierman trenches along a front
totalling some sixty miles. One raiding
party which entered the Oennnu
trenches north of Souchex reported that
the (ierman positions were already badly
battered. Particular attention vyas di
rected during this phase- of the prepara
tion to the Loos region, where the Hrlt
lsh raiders were most active', and little
wis wild about the district about Albeit,
where the real attack was to bo begun
On Wednesday and Thursday the raids
I Increased In number all along the front.
and It was reported that the Ucrman
authorities hnd ordered the evacuation
by the civil population of the towns of
Lille. Itoiibalx and Tourcolng, behind
the Herman front, presumably In view
of a possible attack at this point. Tlie.g-0"'"" 'r.nuto to ine tin tn armi.i
raiders reported that tho gas ways i Trench raids now are general along the
which were being used by the Hrltlsh I hob- line as part of a gnat tactical,
were effective. C.rmans asphyxiated by i "' heme, he fcajs, and though the actual
the gas having l-u found in thel
trenches. Hoth bombardment and rec-
oniioltering raids Increased In violence
all along the front on Friday and nln
tlnued up to the- moment of the attack
SCOUT BRITISH YIELDING.
(ierman Papers Assail Withdrawn)
nf Declaration of London.
Ukhm.v, via Loudon, July 1. Berlin
papers regard the abandonment of the
Declaration of London, which was re
cently announced In the Hrltlsh Parlia
ment by Lord Itobert Cecil, as Indicating
that Mreat Britain regards International
law merelv as Mreat Britain's will.
Thu Iieclaratlon of Loudon, thn
Krru'7tuny sa)s, Is not u new system
of International law, but merelv a newly
drawn up code of old laws, The with-
drawul of Mreat Hrltaln, the paper
stales, means that that country dee'lnoee
to rcognlie anv longer any restraints
In the conduct of war on Iho high seas.
j , "real Urlts in
!'i VA n" utr.7 coimtriVs"
Tin paper adds: "The present declara.
Hon would amount to a moral boxing
o' the ears of the I'nlted suites were It
not for the fact that the n-gotlatlons
of that country with Knglund concerning
International law uro already a comedy."
Moid (ieorgc War Chief.
tntcM Cable irirntcli to Tiir. Scs.
I.OM-oN. July 1 The Daily Chranicln
says tin- details of David Lloyd Meorge's
appointment as Minister for War have
been settled. A perfect understanding
cxlts. It Is said, between him and the
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iierimin In llnle .e iir Loan.
ntrlu l-iblf Ptupurh ti. I ne- Si s.
Siiickiioi.xi, July I - It Is understood
he i ii that a new Ucrman war loan will
rnomy ns raises.
The Week in the War.
srxiUY, .tune l!6. ntiaslang aulro Kuty, flftcou mllc from Kolomna, In
OuHrlii. Corporal Victor Chapmui of the American Flying Squadron
l killed In air battle near Verdun. French win back around near
Thlumnont. llnlliin drlvo ptisiies Atislrlans back In Pasnblo sector.
MONDAY, .Tunc 2G. Klmpolung in Hukowlna taken by Russian forces.
Italians Mart olTonslvo noar Anlogo. French est I ma to imiU Germab
loss In Thiaumont attack at 36,000 men.
TUKSDAY, June 27. Aslago and many other towns recaptured by Ital
ians. British on Western front penetrata German lines In tea plates
and start heavy artillery attacks. Russians approach Transylranlun
WEDNESDAY, June 28. French again gain near Tnlaumout. Turks
drive back Russians In Die Caucasus. Russian drive on Kovcl halted
I iy Cermans. Arslero and I'osltm recaptured by Italians.
THURSDAY, Juno 29. British patrol attacks and bowbardment In
crease. Dr. Karl Llebknevht, German radical socialist, is sentenced
lo thirty months' Imprisonment for attempted treason. Medina re
ported captured by Arabs. Italians take several jienks.
FRIDAY, June 30. Sir Roger Casement condemned to death for treason.
Russians In great battle near Kolomea take 10, COS Austrian prison
ers. Italians shirt uftriislve on thu lsonro.
SATURDAY, July 1. French regain Thiaumont Held work. Itullaus con
tinue their nil vn nee. Russians gain ground near Kolomea. Urltlsh
leiietrntc liermaii lino near Neuve Chapelle.
Storm Monto Cosmiiyrnon J)es
pito liitiri' Austrian
WHOIK LINE ADVANCES
.oil Cihlt Iiftpitc foTus Sex.
ItoMr, July 1. The Italians continued
their advance along the Foslnn front to
day, nlthough the enemy directed on the
moving Infantry a heavy tire from nu
merous butteries dominating IJorcoU
pas, Monte Maggto and Monte Toraro
On the left wing, where Italian Alplnl
have been steadily forging ahead In the;
mountains, the Italians ecilcd the crest
of Monte t'osmarnon.
A heavy tsimbardment continues along
the lsonio front. Progress Is also re
ported In the upper valleys of Selsera,
Fella, Seeb.ich and Oullltz. The otllcial
Between the Adlge and the Terrag
nolo Valley yeeterdiy there was In
tense artillery uetlon. Our Infantry
esvnpled Xaroltl In the Vnllari, north
of Mattassone. ASorg the whole To
slna front our advance progress,.,) de
spite the violent fire of numerous
ennny batteries dominating Itorcnla.
Pass, and also Monte Maggto and
On the left wing, overcoming a stub
born enemy resistance our troops
scaled the crest .if Monte Cosniagnon, (centre will be obliged to retire, r.ecessl
whoee northerly ridges they are now tatlng a modification of the whole line
On the Sette Comum plateau our j
irwin ntri in ousr i-vouevt who
enemy positions, conflicts in mo ,
.-A I ..!.. ..
.ico.r.) o..uucu an., muwiu .
Inncheii nnd Bllllan. In the Pusterl.i
Valley. Our Infantry made progress
In the upper valleys of Selsers, Felln,
Seebach and (lalllti. Our artillery
shelled enemy defences on the Prasnlk
ridge near Italhl.
Along the IBonzo front our artillery
wa actlvo and set lire to the railway
station at llorgn t'arlnila, near (Jorlti.
In the Monfalcone sc. tor we extendcsl
our occupation of It'll 70, ropulslng
an eiumy counter attack.
Italian liuns .rlle.
,S;.rl'il fahtf rrtpotc to Tsr. scv
Vii.nna. via London, inly 1 The fol
lowing otflclnl report was irsped here
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We took no prls-
PRAISE FOR BRITISH.
French Papers Impressed t New
r.vais, July 1. The lrench news
papers are flllesl with comments on the
1 tr 1 Ish communiques and seem Impree-sed
Ly liens Halg and It bertson's new tac
tical divclnpuit-nt, that Is, the combina
tion bombardment with continuous
trench raids. Marcel Hutln declare that
! the Kngllsh fir.- oft their Jack Johnsons
' "" "'ii u """ r" ",u
I'rttt 'iirlslcn s.oe
"These wonderful T -mmlrs emplojcd In
raids display extraordinary rktll In recon
noitring anil In picking up all precis.- in
formation which enables thn artillery by
supplementary bombardment lo complete
Hie destruction of Merman work, spared
or Insufficiently bombarded, hir Pnugla
Halg has every icsourcc at his dlspmal,
n il.lng every ue of gas and em lie
clouds. The result Is that hundreds of
'....Ll11; jThursday, the llusslans captured 305 Km, he had be-n Killed. I ..T t, Kr " ,Z of
""T" ' , , , I Vnr V helarn; -,t,., : cv .,etly evr.r.s.e.l that . ve, ita -s ,1 c; n, ; taX w, u.o
Our heavy ca Hire guns yesterday of prNOn, tllU. dur,c tho Husslati " wealthy young American should show ; to be i.issM a-'distilled ,;nl''u '";'(. v .
renewe'i me oomoaroment 01 iioioscu. , nea,lu ... n .itikia l i,rlt .li-.oln!i .. . . ,M ' i'" ", ..ti. !...!.....
Merman dead have been found In thOJurie t lo June 30i inclusive, amounts
In Z-u Vlefinre (Justavc nerve pays a
i en-ci " ,' ii-.uiie.oc,.,.,,, , ,
comuioc.i lenuii. nir .-. mr unimn t0 ,,ow we have captured nine otflcerB
artill.ry s war resold is fine. .Son.- Is uni, m Itltn ,n ,, Tvlll),
liettcr. Thn like of the bombardment . . . , . . ,
In which they now aro engaged never', Th. Austrian official atr...,nent fol
In, l.ot-n seen heforo on nnv front. It Is lows;
Ihi- result of months of precise prepara
tion. BRITISH RESTRICT TRAVEL.
Warn Public Against TaklnK Trips
(n the Continent.
IJNDOSJ, July 1. In the Interests of
public sefcty no travelling -hi the Con
tinent should be undertaker at present
. xci-pt for the most serious reasons, a
statement Issued by tlm War L'epattmcnt
T1"' slalenient warns nil persons who
Intend to leave that they w 1 . ,.,.
I'elli'd to undergo the most rigid exam-
In.Hlon under the- passi ort regulations
ami also a close r.earch of Ihelr persins
HOLIDAY PETITION REFUSED,
Ilrltnlti Won't Observe War Anni
versary liar ot Peultenee.
SrfM Cattlf flti patch to Tut Sis-.
London. July 1, The evangelical Al
llanco, embracing many religious hodlet,
has sent a mcmorlat to the Archbishop
of Canterbury urging the desirability
of a royal ur olllclal proclamation eMail.
Ilshlng Auvust 4. the nnnlvrreury of the
entry of Mreat Hrltaln tnlo the war, as
day of national penitence nnd prayer,
Tl"' Archbishop sent tho memorial to
Premier Asqulth, who replied in ths
negative that August 7 and August 8
olte.idv wen- decreed nubile liolidnvs nnH
in.il the proposcu ooservance w3iild
h'r,l' -nrl 'dsn on August 4. The Pre.
lllli-l aiiocii inrti nc ueneieei tne general
,-eing was nBanst the Wlate Intervening,
Thn Anglican and oilier churches al-
ready arc arranging the observance of
r.r,r.!Vire,-.ry with a dny ef rrayer.
BACK ON STANISLAUS
Fierce FlffhtinK Is In TroKrosH
ut Thumacz, Fifteen
Miles to Eust.
OEH.MAN CENTRE IN PERIL
JcecioJ Cal Cip4fc lo Tag Sfs
Lomkjn, July 1, The Russian ad
vance In Oaltcla, from the foothills of
the Carpathians to the Dniester, a front
of about thirty-five miles In length. Is I
continuing, according to an official state
ment lssutd to-day by the Russian War
Villages and positions south of the Im.
portant railroad centre Kolomea. near
the Pruth, have been occupied, and the
enemy has retrtated In the direction of
tlrexova. A part of the heights near
that village has been taken.
The capture of Kolomea Is regarded in
tendon as of the llrst consequtnee, as It
l disastrous to the retreating Austrian
army and Is seriously menacing to (ien.
von llothmer's (Jerman army on the.
Slrypa. owing to Its Importance as a rail
The oiJy .S'eu-s says thai It places
the Austro-Oerman centre In peril. The
ce to i.emoers;.
Pe trorrad despatches state that the
i(,ltKi,n i' nni.-n i... ,...i n,...
, ,illr . .. HuhtliiK on Wi'dnexlnv ..!,.!
lloth the ( Jerman and Austrian state
ments announce fierce fighting around
the town of Thumacx, fifteen miles north
west of Obertyn. The Russian attacks
were repulsed with heavy losses, ac
cording to the Austrian statement.
The advance of the llusslans from
Obertyn, which was captured esttrd.ty.
j Indicates that their plan Is to rapture
me important town oi riamsiaii, anoui
llfteen miles west and slightly north
of Thumacs. and well behind the pres-nt
Austro-llerman centre front on the
ftrypa. The capture of Stnnlslau would
mean that this army must either retreat
rapidly or be surrounded when the llus
slans push northward, cutting It off from
Its supports In the rear
The fierceness of the MussUn ..Hacks
I "ear Thuniacs Indicate that their aim Is
l tow the retreat of this army, which
!f - B'Tfl,ix Wred the progress" of
tho Russian forces further north toward
Tho Husslan official etatement Is as
follove s :
Our left wuig continues to drive
back the enemy over a front situ
ated eouth of the Dniester and has oc
cupied many places south of Kolo
mea. Northwest of Kolomea our troops,
after i violent cngagenint, threw
back the enemy In the direction of
the heights near the villase of Breiovs,
i an-l as the result of a brilliant at
I tack, took part of the heights,
Northwest of Klmpolung the eneniv
attempted to take the offensive, hut
was pushed back towards the west of
that region. We, closely following,
have taken, after some fighting, sev
ernl strong positions In the mountains.
The number of prisoners taken by
the enemy of Men. 1-tchltsky on th"
'.'5th and 29th of June was 305 officers
and 14,574 men. Four guns and thirty
machine guns were raptured, Thn
total number of prisoners taken from
i to 217 000 oltlcers and men.
continues to bombard our front with
heavy artillery and Held artillery We.
repulsed desperate) attacks recently
m,ia by newly arrived Herman
troops und Innicteel heavy losses, rp
Near Thumaci we dispersed wlUi
heavy losses an attack of cavalry who
charged six deep along a front of three
We drove back the enemy south of
I'grlnuw, west of Tortschlii, and near
During June In the region south of
Mrlclaty 1SS officers and 2,307 men,
lis well as cannon und nineteen ma
chine guns, were captured.
Further Husslan repulses In the region
of I.Utzk, southeast of Kovel. are In
ported In the official Herman statement,
West of Kolkl, southwest of iiokul,
and near Vlciny wo conquered Hus
slan esltlons. West and southwest of
Lutzk we were engaged In successful
combats. Here the llusslans to-day
lost fifteen officers, 1,365 soldiers
Hiiro June til, twenty-six officers,
The enemy southeast of Thumaci
undertook several useless attacks and
sustained heavy losses.
GERMANS LOSE IN AFRICA.
Are Driven From t'benn Positions
.sie-cnil Cable VeipateA to Tat bis
Ixinpcin, July I. Hrlt'sh troops operat
ing In Herman Rast A'rlca have dls.
lodred the Germans from their positions
at L'bena, drlv ng them -orthward, Hjii.
Nnrtney reported to-night. Many prls-
I v-oen mm oiM-ii iiiuii-iini .vrin tuseii,
Frederick Courtenay Heloua, the fa-
1 moos ouoi-i no-. vji-tMri, wuu linn orep
1 serving under Hen, Kmuls in the cam-
1 palgn In Merman Kast Africa, has hc-en
mentioned In despatches for dlstln-
gulshed service in the field.
it mi mtr at w
w in woria 9 Bin Maou wvvnmr
HIGH PROTECTION IN
NEW REVENUE BILL
Coitlinard from First I'ttgr.
luw Imposes ft fpeclal tax of 2Vj cents
a pound on tnteimedlates and b cents
a pound on finished dyes for a period of
from five to ten years. Such products
as bensol, tuluol, oreosete and antr.ih
cone, some of which pay a duty of f. per
cent, under the present law, arc trans
ferred to the free, lis!,
Huch Intermediate products ns aniline,
aniline oil, phenol and all other prod
ucts formed from the bnsei which aro
not colors, stains or dyes" may be
axed at IS ler cent, ad valorem, as
compared with taxes of 10 to tt per
I cent. In the existing taw. In addition a
special specific tax of two nnd a hair
cents a pound may be Imposed on tt.h
class of articles.
Finished dyes are to be taxed at 30
per cent, ad valorem, with a special .pro
tects n duty of five cents a pound. The
section relating to dyestuffs has this
clause, relating to administration :
"During the period ot live years be
ginning live years after the passage of
this act such special duties shall be. an
nually reduced by 20 er cent, of the
rate Imposed by thla section so that at
tho end of such period such special dit-
I tics shall no longer be assessed, levied
or collected, but If at the expiration of
rive years from the dito of the pasuge
of this act the President finds that there
Is not being manufactured or produced
within the t'nlted States as murh as SO
per cent. In value of the domestic con
sumption of the articles mentioned In
xroups : and 3 be shall by proclamation
so declare, whereupon the special taxs
Imposed by this rectlon on such articles
shall no longer be assessed, levied or
WINS HIGH TRIBUTE
"IOpinion" of Paris Culls
Iioail Ainericnn the Kinr
(f tho Air."
.-HtCitl Vabtt Hfmlrh foTlll Sts
PAitls, July 1. (.'Opinion In an article
headed "Th' King of the Ale." sUttches
ti... iif r fs,e,,.i viin. r-h.rr, f
thn life of Corporal Ictor Chapman of
I American r Tying Squadron, w.io was
' Miieq a fe-v days ago. mttnq that ins
!,i vn Imi ' rtM an,, mil.
re ck ess fourace often caused reports
Core oral Cliatian at the
beginning nt the war, sayr. the writer,
was among n cquad of tench diggers
nrounu ra'is anu snoweu . ocn uniinrg
. . ..... .. .. .
energy that IiIh I'aptulu accosted him
and sa:d :
! I . I .I..O 1
ii'u mufi nine i.'-rii ,t ii.ii.. ill ton
Whereupo-. on.- of Chapman's neigh-
. .. .' . , .
oure away off, CaptaM he was a
Corporal Chapman," sas the writer,
"hnd the truly American Idea of money.
saying that money Is the means to ob
tnin necessaries, to pav for one', fancies
i . M
exempt nobody from vvotl. It should
multiply, not paralyze his mergy
"When Chapman's turn came to peel
potatoes he did It as conscientiously as
If h had never dono anything else.
When he was llrst at the front a
tnltralllenr his companion was a Polish
mathematician. Kohn. C hapman built the town In which the tluutro Is located,
a hut In three days, Inserting a Louis as follows:
Scire window frame which he had found , In t 'vvr.s of l.onn, $jn, in towns of
in the ne-nrest village. The hut was I.nnfi, $15; In towns of 3,"H $20, In
supplied with newspapers and booKs and all tl.e larger towns the tax Is to In- one
became a reading room for the section, half of l per cent, of tint gross re
"He was Indefatlglble in digging cvlpts livery theatre proprietor must
trenches and repairing damages caused make affidavit as to his croi-s receipts,
by the enemy artillery. All the men In The $lu0 tax on circuses i not changed,
the legion worked hard, but Chapman Howling .die-) and billiard rooms must
worked hardest or all. Ills plcKaxe was
audible after all others were asleep.
When he received a bullet In the arm the
doctor wished to send him to a field hos
He asked, 'What for? My comrade
can bandage me hs well as a nurse.
When the doctor ordered a comrade
mltrallleur to go to the rear as he iieeiled
a milk diet on acesjunl of his health, tho
mltrallleur demurred, not wishing to
leave the front.
Corporal Chapman said, i-tavc it to
me,' and on the s.uno evening he returned
to ramp with a cow which ho had
'Chapman was the life and soul of tho
regiment lie w-is si en tn p.. ov i i iniii'! , aina Canal bonds, which may be iesued
only once tho day his comrade, Kohn. I under present authority of law
was mortally wounded The American Important protective features of the
carrb d him to the ambulance and said : Mil ,iH exemplUlod In the antl-duinplng
Doctor, 1 will give you lOu.000
francs ($20,000) If )oii save him.' The
doctor was r-i moved ho could not smile
As an aviation pupil Chapman
smashed two machines and siitTcie.l
many oruises. ni-nnu i; i.i e-s.n... o
that he did not volunteer to smas'i
French aeroplanes. II" became- a n-
murkably skilful pilot and died roj.dly
us King of tl.e. Air "
GERMANY BUILDING SHIPS.
Many Itinera and Frelahl Ships
Sptcill Cable Dtipalcb (oTus Sis
CorgNHAOBN, via London, July 1
The TldencJe publishes an Interview with
Albert Hallln, the hes.il of tin- Hamburg
American Line, and since Iho outhreik
cf the war director of tho Herman rail
way system, In which ho discusses in
detail the Herman shipbuilding activity,
He gives these facts;
Tlm Hamburg-American Lino lb build
ing the lllsmarck, of 5(1,000 tons, a tur
bine steamship which Is to be the big
gest In tho world ; the Tlrpltz. of 30.000
tons, and tlirco others of 23,000 tons
Nine ships arc building In Bremen, of
which four ure frolghteta of lS.OOu tons
each, Iwo of 13,000 tons each and three
lerger passenger steamers.
Two of tho 17,000 ton vessels aro
building in Heestemucndo for tratllc via
the I'snama C'unal,
The North Herman l.lcyd is building
sixteen vessols, two fast ships, the Co
bimhus and Hlndenhurg, of 35.000 tons
each; the Miieuchen and Ktppelin, of
Hi.OOO loas each, and twelve vessels of
; i.oii tons each.
Tho Africa Line Ih building six ships
of the Hansu class, eight of tin- Cosmos
eUes, und ten other vessels v.irjlng be
tween V.OOO and 11,(99 tens,
. rw tt tSTMn
INCOME TAX RATE
MORE THAN DOUBLED
Cottllnued from First 1'cipc.
ufter the denth of a decedent und a
discount nt the rate of 5 per rent, per
annum will b allowed for the time
between the date of payment and the
expiration of the year If payment Is
made before the year expires. If pay
ment Is not made within sixty days aflcr
the expiration of the Jcar period Inter
est will be charged at the rate of 10
per cent, a year.
The feature of the tactions of the
Kltchln bill levlng tuxes un munitions
of war Is the heavy rates Imposed on
(melting processes. Tax will not be
collected In cases where the net profit
on gross receipts amounts to less than
10 per cent. Where payment of the
lux would reduce the profit below 10
per rent, n levy will be madu on muni
tions only to the extent of the net profit
In excess of 10 tier cent. The bill Is
very specific us to what constitutes
necessary overhead exvensts In the con
duit of a munition plant. The muni
tions tax may be summarized as fol
Manufacturers of gunpowder and
other explosives, except blasting powder
and dynamite. 5 per cent, of the gross
receipts not In excess of 11,000,000 ; S
per eent. of the amount by which such
receipts exceed $1,000,000.
Manufacturers of cartridges, capr,
projectiles, shells, torpedoes, shrapnel
. fuses, nrenrnis. or any of their parts.
2 per cent, of the gross recerpta not In
excess of $260,000; I per cent, of the
gross receipts exceeding $2.10.000 and
not exceeding $501,1100; 4 per cent, of
the amount of gross receipts between
$500,000 nnd $1,000,000 ; & per cent, of
the amount by which gross receipts ex
Smelters, refiners and alios ers of cop
per, 1 per i-ent. on gros receipts be
tween $25,000 and $1,000 0n0 ; 2 p-r cent,
on amounts between $1,000, 000 and $10,
000.0U0; 3 ver cent, on the amount by
which receipts exceed $10,000,000.
Wines mill lleer.
The nrerent tax of $1 ."0 a barrel on
beer and other malt b-verages Is re.
tallied. There are changes In the wine
classifications ut, well as In the rates on
ruder I'MstinK law there l a gra-b
uated tax on wine runnlirg from one-
quarter of a rent on bottles of one-
quarter of a pint to s cents a gallon on
the largo conta'ne-s by IC.S10.g0o, exclusive of all cmt ,
I The proposed law provides that the I revenue taes. llecelpts from fb.
1 1 x h' 4 f,n''t " g1n" on wlnsliBVe always been an lri!ex of bus e..
. . lh ., '.,.,,,
0( alcohol ; on wines containing more
man n pr cent. i'ss man -i i-rr
" ,v r . .
I Ti.e .... vn domestic champagne ta
3 cents jier
nlf pint, the present graduated rates
n the product being eliminated. On
itl Ul- i'f i IK
...,.,,. ,u. .,,. r. f ,
lent on each half pint or fraction
thereof it. retained.
I Occupation taxes of existing law are
! for the most part unchanged. Hankers
1 n,ll,t continue to pay $1 a ear for each
t $1,000 of asets. brokers. $3"; paw n-
brokers. $.'.o, and custom nouee broken.
iiw. I no term ' tommerciai nroaers as
'j''1 ''' ' '" PreMl ,HW vnange.i to
1 nrounu .mu mi- r.ipiu v
$.'" a yea- , ontitmed.
The features of existing law taxing I
proprietor of theatres,
Including moving picture
shows, are revised, ruder the prt,sent
law there Is a graduated tax based on
seatlmr .-.ineiitv This rills from a tax
of $2.", upon a theatre hav ng a seating
capacity "f not more than 250 to l"0 a
je.ir on theatres hiving a seating
raprfc!-) it mhi or more. T'm new tax
is graduated on a b.is.e of the size of
, continue to pa) 1 5 per alley or table
The taxes on manufacturers of to
bacco, cigars and cUareit.-s are moill-tl.-d.
but not in any important pat
th ular All stamp taxes on bonds, !eeds,
debentures, hock ci tltb'.iti s and either
legal :nsirum'-'ils ami soaps, cosmetics
' ond th- tike ore repealed
i The Administration revenue bill will
' he c.illtd up m tin House on Jmv il.
Mr. Kltchln nnd his associates plan to
1 pats it ny Julv . There Is no pro-
vision In the measure for bond Issues.
( Am agreement has been reached that It
the Administration finds a need for more
revenue than the bill will prodim- the
! dethie'i'-.v will be met by Issues of Pan-
' . rmses anil duties on dyestuffs will be
found In another column,
I - .
NO TAKERS FOR U BOAT OFFER.
. ,,..,,, ,1U11PV t. B,
Little Mimes by Snliinnrlnr
w.t fi s 11. tide regarding the dcrm.in
sulmmiiin-' which Is supposed to have
nachesl Ilaltimorc was forthcoming cs
tirda) al the Transatlantic Trust Com
p.my, H7 William street. This company
advertised on Friday In the Hungarian
dull) Ai'irrlfciil .ifnjrydr .Vrpssni-a offer
ing to forward money to Hungary by
i tie submarine at the rate of 100 kronen
Julius Plrnltier, president of the
company. met all Inquiries with the reply.
"1 h.ivn nothing to say at tho present
Posters bearing the advertisement of
the eubmarlno were stuck up alt oven ,
the company's Kast Fide branch at 130 i
Last Seventh street, but thero appeared I
to be no one on hand to semi money by
(lie U l-oat. Thero were no posters at
the main office In William street, where
Inqulrlers were directed to go.
At the office of the Stuto Hanking Pe-partmi-nt
no statement was given out.
but It was made known that thn depart
ment Is investigating the trust com
RUSSIANS TAKE GERMAN SHIP.
Torpedo lloat liestroyers Cnntnre
the llrrmunt his.
Ciii-r.Nii vr.KN. via Iindon, July 1 -The
nil)" HMiii ft r s,ie Husslan torpedo
boat destioM-rs captured the Hamburg
American steamship Hermonthls with u
cargo valiinl ut (1 12,000 ($560,000).
T' e vcs-el mis bound from Lulea lo
FOR THE INCOME TAX
3fcAdoo's StntemtMit Sliow,
$230,879,100 Iliilniicp in
BIO GAINS TN RECEIPTS
Washington, July 1. Kerre'ary t,
Treasury McArioo lsued a etntim m i
night reviewing the condition
Treasury at the close of the llscu
yesterday. He says:
"The fiscal year cloied cm Jura t
1916, with the Treasury In a vers t t
and gratifying position, nflect r? ( .
great nnd unprecedented prosper-pj
"Subject to revision upon ara'w
complete returns, the reports s' nv hi,
the balance In the general fu' I , i
close of business yesterday wis 1 t,
89,190, Including amounts to the ere 1
of disbursing officers and oulMand,
Treasury warrants. With thes , .,,
nated the balance was tl"l,9f.S . i
greatest balance In tho general rr I e
the Jovernmnt slnco lios
'The uiirplut of all receipts . .,r ,
expenditure for tho year amounted
J7S.73T.5I0, ns compared with a dn t
of K9.436.SSO for tho fiscal jear I'd
Mirplns In Receipt.
"The surplus of ordinary r'eM's
ordinary disbursements lex !
, Panama Canal nnd nublb b i "
tloiist was SCI, 112,513, us compare .
a deficit of I43.817.79" the previous
"Income tnx receipts reached tic me
total of $121, 117,130, as compared w
$7!,82(.C73 for the previous year Th
amount Included $5t!,lio:i.D41 fron
porntlotis and $7.!S7,4s5 from -vlduals,
exceeding oil estimates of
lections for the year.
"Customs receipts for the
amounted to $211,1. 222, as -iir .
$209,6s2.107 the previous year and ev
ceedlng the estimate by inure than 1:4
"llecelpts from Internal revenue
unprecedented and remarkable, rea.. 1 t
the enormous totut of $sr.'.7ii,71'.' ,i
exceeding all previous, estimates by i
mllllons. Ordinary Internal revenue r.
i elpts amounted to $3S",.S72.33: a i. c
eluding the emergency rev rin
this amount, these receipts were api
Imately $3u4,OOO,0o0, or $3:,'J "ti
greater than had b.cn estlma'e!
"The. larire receipts from lntni.it r
enue nre clue In great measure t. t
unpricedeiited prospetity of i'.i ,
try and the vUwjs enforeemer '
Internal revenue law- Itece.pts di"
buo.ci. for Instaiii'e, wer.. t
In the history of tho Intern i'
I he exact total for the ear wh
closed esterday will not be .i .
until the returns have l.-n anulyjc I 1
for the eleven months nded Ma
1 !'!!. re eipts from tob.ii' ii eice l t
u .'nine from this eourre during
responding period of the previous .
Culleetlnii Cost Lull,
"Th. e.,si ,.f ....n..c,i,,.. .h
of internal rce
per eii, the '
th': Internal tevi-
1 '" i'.m.imv.. mi nit kutfji nnii i r
the fiscal . ars 1 90. to 191 ex.-lniv .
I '" imiivii io .i-aoursiiiK oni
t f'"' ouUlardlng Treasury warrants
Indicated by the follow Ing table :
. .... (in, ,
, , tic- im .,..1 ('(.Hioi-t; in io te
Pral fund mentioned in the alvo t..'
f,,r th tl-eal je.ir ended yesfrdev . 1
, tmdoubtedl.v be Increased when riv - I
, rrtnn.s are rec. Ived.
i ,e following Is a detailed sutc'm
ot rcepts ami dlsbursemn.tk r..r
tSlMl year Just closisl us cimp.ii' .
, me previous ye.n ;
II KC El ITS.
ris-el yr l'.i n
.. v".7r..': .
ordinar intern, rev.
Total ::: i-i ; if t.
OHDI N All V UIMH Ili-KM U.VI s
Che.-ks nnd w arr ihts
pAtd ile tidatt-et n
paid. A--I .. . I'M.I-v sc j-
Inn re, i on public debt
pud ::'"V .
Total i:ic,s;,t;:i jm i
Km. ot ordinary re
ceipts .... u.u:.'i:
Vsts-ss of unlinsry ells.
bursetnems .... i. .
PANAMA CANAL ANU PL'lll.lC llbllT
Tolls, in L.fil..:-. tl
S.iie of puiUI .lVlt;s
lmu . J.e-V
Ivnosit for retirement
of nitlon.il Pink noirs
i.-i of .1 u I y 11. l'."' . .t.t. Ss
Toul ' r"'j."?.ii I.'
PANAMA .is-.lt. AMI 1'fllI.IC 1'KI"
iie.'ks paid .1, s hii'-inees
rrpAid, Ac t .'
Uond.. Interest l-e.irtiu-
iHilm and errtitic.vli s
rrllre.1 X w.
National bank poles re
lired i.kI of July II.
tevn SI -"1,1 s!i
'iotal u ,' K. I'
Total -II ren-ipts .. H3 n' i I
Toial all illsbiir- nu-nls '." tV .
Ks-ess of total reis-lpt It ." -:i
of t d.il disbars--
turk sprout" Russians
Teoops In I'erslu Near licrlml t"
' -NsrvNTlNOI-i v.. Via Lo- 1
Tin Turk have ilr-ie i
for. - n p. rsla ba I, I- "
i am a border i-i l'ir d re 1
h.ih, ac-ordoig to ,iii oil
Issued liert tO-.la
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near Kerlnd. o-ile
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