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WAR IN EUROPE.

r. if- N SUBMARINE SUNK. • P i<ii Minister baa n Oliver . ov)h\u in«asagfcs from the- Hg : — London, M»\roh 10 •A(3>i'fi! ■' urinonnCP Gprrriitti >nl ><a me Ul2 JKioiiibd tu-dny tiy (it-;. croyer Ariel (Lieutenant ConarnandHr ■Juri-ea Creagb). Submarine , sunk 'rew surrendered." THE RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN. GERMANS IN CONFUSION, "Petrograd reports state tbat tbe confusion existing in the German forces is assuming enormous propor dons Tbe Germans throw boiling liquid on the advancing Russian infun try,

"The Germans suffered enormous 'usses south of Drobine Despite ■normous losses on Monday, Germans who bad been scattered near Krogotsin by the Russians counter, attacked and regained their original position.

"During the capture of tbe re* rnainder of the Austrian flanking !olumn at KlauFza, in the Carpathians , , ■he Buesians took prisoner? a bat alion commancler, eight officers and bree entire compflnifii of men

■'The Czar left Tharkoeseloe Palace on Tuesdaj for Ebeiaingors^

"Russian offensive region Suvalki continues successfully.

"Serious artillery engagements entire front; right bank Narew.

"Left Vistula region PJitza Bus sians continue advance. Notwitb standing lively resistance captured several hundred prisoners Oarpa thians. "Along entire front Gollitze, Ulok Pass numerous Austrian attacks beaten buck with heavy losses." ALLIES' SECURE 1000 PRISONERS, " Lys, La Bassee canal British, supported by French heavy artillery, secured important success, capturing Neuveohaeelle. This region Allies took 1000 prisoners, including several officers. German losses very heavy. In Champagne enemy's violent coun* ier attacks did not gain a foot of ground. THE DARDANELLES. Paris, March 10. Official.—The Elizabeth, with four other battleships supporting her, bombarded Rumili on Monday from inßide tbe straits. Bad weather hindered the operations. The French battleship Buffren advanced to the edge of the minefield, and Admiral Guepratte had a narrow escape from fragments of a Turkish shell, BTRUGGLE AT MESNIL. Pari3, March 10. Tbe official communique s:ates :— "V\e further progreastil uorth east of Mesnil. There wa? obstinate fighting between Four de Paris and Bolante, rbo result of wbicb was undecided, trenches being taken and retaken. COUNTER ATTACKS STILL PROCEEDING. London. March 10. Paris reports : —ln the Champagne country the importance of yesterday's progress is confirmed. A very violent German counter attack against the crest of hill on the 19th was vigorously repulsed.

In tbe Argonne, at Fontaine Madame, tbe Allies' demolished a German blockhouse, advancing their trenches 80 metres

At Lafour de Paris and Bois de Bolante trenches taken by the French were lost and recaptured. A second German counter attack is proceeding. STEAMER SINKS SUBMARINE. London, March 10i Captain J, White, who is now in America, claims tbat, with the steamer Overdale, be sank a submarine in tbe Irish Sea on January

1. The Overdale was dry docked at Queenstown, when it was found tbafc two blades of ber propellors had betn lost and ber plates damaged.

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3405, 12 March 1915

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3405, 12 March 1915

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