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GERMANS BEATEN BACK. London, October 28 A "Daily News" message states rhafc the Germans have been beaten back over the Yser River. Many were drowned and many were taken prisonera; They:have also .fallen back at Westeride. Three hundred and eighty seven vehicles laden wish wounded passed 'hrough Ostend on Sunday. .
London, October 28Official.—German attacks region Nieuport to Arras much less violent yesterday- Progress made to north and east of Ypres and between Cambrai and Arras- Germans attempted a violent night attack on right bank of Aisne in region of Cravnne. but. were repulsed- Advance in Woeyre district continues- The Belgian Government states situation on Yser improved- Fire of enemy's artillery has slackened, being subdued by the guns of the fleet Allies operations at Ypres very satisfactory. Governor-General South Africa reports General Botha left Rustenburg on Tuesday morning, came f in, touch with General Beyers' men during forenoon and drove them in headlong rout the whole day. Captured 80 fully armed. Pursuit continues.
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ALLIES STEADY ADVANCE, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914
ALLIES STEADY ADVANCE Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914
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