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CRUISER SQUADRON ATTACKED…

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CRUISER SQUADRON ATTACKED BY GERMANS. ENEMY'S SUBMARINE I SUNK. NO DAMAGE TO BRITISH SHIPS. There has been an action in the North Sea. The following official statement Was issued by the Secretary of the Admiralty at one o'clock on Monday morning: One of the cruiser squadrons of the main Beet was attacked yesterday by German submarines. None of his Majesty's ships waa damaged, and one of the enemy's submarines, U 15, Was sunk. Though little is known about the German submarines, it is believed that the r 15 was one of the most important of the fleet. She carried a crew of twelve, and was built in 1911-12. She had a displacement of 350 tons on the surface and of 300 beneath the water. Her motive power was heavy oil, and the horse-power a bove the water was 450 and beneath 150. Her speed on the sur- face was thirteen knots, and below water eight knots. She was fitted with three tor- pedo tubes. DISTINCTION FOR BIRMINGHAM. I The following message from Mr. Chur- chill, addressed to the Lord Mayor, was re- ceived in Birmingham on Monday evening: Birmingham will learn with pride that the first German submarine destroyed in the wat was sunk by his Majesty's ship Birmin;-ham.-Fir6t lord of the Ad- miralty. In the absence of the Lord Mayor, the Deputy Lord Mayor (Alderman Bowater) replied: On behalf of the citizens of Birmingham I thank you for the intimation that his Maje-i:y's ship Birmingham has so distin- guished herself. The Birmingham is a cruiser which wa3 completed this year, the people of the city making a presentation of plate to her o fif cers- oiffcers' mess. She displaces 5.440 tons. and is armed with nine 9in. and four 3-pounder guns. According to the August Navy List, she is commanded by Captain Arthur M. Duff. —— ——

FIRST BRITISH LOSS.

GERMANS ROUTED. I

GERMANS IN LIEGE.

THE KING AND THE GUARDS. I

IFRIENDS AND FOES IN ONE GRAVE.…

THE RUSH TO THE COLOURS.I

CONTROL OF FOOD. I

OUR SUPPLY OF MEAT.I

BREADSTUFFS FOR FIVE MONTHS.

FOOD PRICES FIXED.I

|THE IRISH VOLUNTEERS. I

GERMAN COLiiNY SEIZED.

GOVERNMENT PRESS BUREAU. I

NO TRADE WITH THE ENEMY.I

so..-I PRINCE ON ACTIVE SERVICE.

EMPLOYMENT TO BE PROVIDED.

¡LOCAL EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEES.

! VOLUNTEERS FOR MINE-SWEEPING.…

AMNESTY FOR SUFFRAGETTES.…

DEBTS AND THE WAR. ,I

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