The "Wayfarer" bas been docked at Queenstown.
A Paris communiqué says that there has °een some cannonading from the North Sea to the Aisne. We captured a trench eastwards °f Berry-au-Bac. Mine warfare continues ii. Argonne. The day has been comparatively ?uiet between the Meuse and the Moselle. We ftt several points havo done contacts with the enemy's entanglements. Seven people perished on the Wayfarer." Field Marshall French's bulletin says that the situation is unchanged. The British perfor•Bed some successful mine work in the region of Armentières. The enemy's attempts were abortive.
A Tenedos message says that the British destroyer "Renard" on Monday entered the "ardai.eiles on scouting work. At full speed she went 10 miles up the Straits, probably further than any ship hitherto. She was subjected to a heavy fire, but was not hit.