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WAR IN EUROPE.

BOMBARDMENT INTERMITTENT I iEUOPLA-NK RAID PARIS, November 21 An ollieial coinmunwjuo states: — BetW' en Arr;is and Uio Oiso there were only intermitted bombardment today, and our artilli-ry on the whole was more active -■ than that ot" the enemy nnd destroyed several lines of trenches. The enemy is construct' inc.; fresh trendies at fcho/ear. The day was quiet on the remainder df tho front. A Britibh ouicer on one of the aeroplanes which ra'ded the Zeppelin factory at Friftdrichshafen was seriously wounded in the head and hand by shrapnel. The other aviator did not fall inio Lake Constance as I previously repotted. He dropped a bomb later in iinolhsi , piaco GERMAN LOSSES COPENHAGEN, November 21 Well informed military circles in Berlin estimate t;.e German losses at one million and a quarter kiliod, wounded and missing, exciu-ive of the, sick, who are reckoned at j , 500,000 j BAVARIAN DISCONTENT ! j COPENHAGEN, November 22 ' J Travellers who have arrived at Copfchhagen from Bavaria stale that the Bavarian troops aru becoming insubordinate. Prussian head (juariers are spuring Prussians and sending troops from South Germany to what arc culled ' Uriah pobts." STRUGGLE IN FRANCE PARIS, November '22 Large reinforcements are collecting for an attack near Dixinude, where email German forces are untre'nehed, and in the northern section, through the work of the British artillery, the enemy have failed in every attempt to plant bittifiea. Heavy it faulty fighting is proceeding fouth of Middiekerke TUKKLSH CRUISER PETROGBAD, November -22 Otliciiil advices from tbo Caucusus stale I

that the Tuik'-sb cruiser Bamidieh and several dtstroyers bombarded Tuape». Several Kalians were kiilei and wounded It is now announced that the ; Kursian coast of the; Blank Soa is mined for sixty miles seawards in many places PARIS, November 22 A The "Matin" is [jinformed 'hat the Bus' sinns are cutting oil the retroa of the Austrian in Hungary, 80,000 Austrians thus i an the risk oi becoming prisoners. Budapest is alarmed, because it would be unable after their cupturo to resist invasion j HOI TAT CRACOW Rome. November 22 I The military governor of Cracow expelled the civilian population of fifty thousand Poles, who fled in all directions Sydney November 22 Two men driving a motor car at Mona Vale, near Manly, failed to obey the cbal lenge of n sentry, who fired, wounding both. They are not seriously hurt ABBESTS IN AUCKLAND ! AUCKLAND, November 22 i Two men were arrested yesterday and ma do prisoners on warrants issued at the instance of the Defence authorities, Heir Heinrich Duerkop, a native of PrUS. flian Poland, and a member of the, firm of DuftrkoD and McKay, commercial agents, was token into custody at Brown's Bay, ! beyond Lake Takapane, where three detec I tives regarded his movements as ?uspieious. j Albert Herman, a German tourist, was arrested at the Grand Ho(,p| under instructions • from the Defence Department, there beint; [ reason to suspect that he had not kept the : conditions of his parole in refraining from i communicating with ontsulo friends. Both , p isoners are highly educated men, EXPEDITIjNARY FORCE In a statement today Hon Jas Allen announced that the Government intended to despatch numbers of rann to keep up thf, full forao, of the main Expeditionary Force. c 2n()i) men would leave early in December '

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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