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ALLIES STEADY ADVANCE

LATEST. HIGH COMMISSIONER'S CABLE

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

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ALLIES STEADY ADVANCE Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914

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