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WAR IN EUROPE.

THE VISTUDA. BATTLE. LONDON, December ai, The -Prime Minister has received the following from the High Commiesioner : rsporte: Desperate fighting continues south of Haiobosticha, on the left I bank of the Vfatula. Germans from Bolinoff entered the village of Boleimoff and the liusi , sian trenches near CumiDe, but were die , 1 persed by a brilliant counter attack, nenrlj all being kiliod. The Germans suffered enormous losses, and also lost several mid rniUpuse. -"• aARABALDI'S GKANDSON,

__z^———■■__na__w____—_■_—■■■■ I writing in tun' -Berliner I'nglebiatt," says ». •everywhere people are publicly similatinp; optimism while privately expre-'sing surprise -at Germany's failure. Everyone is Reeking ascapego.it. " Maru blame the diplomit for not securing more allies. There is a undercurrent .outsidy r,he Reiobstag against Chancpllor yon Hollweg. Scandinavian newspapers comment on the significance of the authorities allowing such an artiole to be published in tho leading paper in the German capital,

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 1 January 1915

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 1 January 1915

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