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Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty‘s preliminary telegraphic report to the Admiralty on Sunday’s action issued. German prisoners assert that the cruiser Kolberg was also sunk. Great Britain arranges to lend £5,000,000 to Rumania. Berlin celebrates the Kaiser’s birthday “with especial solemnity.” The day was a good one for the Allies all along the front. All the German attacks were repulsed; all the Allied attacks made progress.