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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.

RUSSIAN AFFAIRS.

ENEMY REPULSED

LONDON, April 5. I A .British Murmansk official report says: Reinforcements of infantry and marines were rapidly moved down the -railway line, in anticipation of nipping ill the bud the mutinous tendency amongst the Finnish troops forming part of General Maynard's forces, whose object is. believed to be to effect a junction with the Bolsheviki, The situation is unchanged. So far the Bolsheviki have not resumed their attacks after their recent disastrous failure. '«.-!■ A British North Russian official message says: After an all-night bombardonenfc the enemy, during the morning of April sth, attacked our positions, but was repulsed with heavy loss. We took 100 prisoners, including a Bolshevik battalion commander. Our casualties were nil.

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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9583, 10 April 1919

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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9583, 10 April 1919

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