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WAR IN EUROPE.

HIGH COMMISSIONER'S REPORT . The High Commissioner reports London, 28tb, 12 50 p.m—" Army officers killed 8, wounded 28, men killed 101, wounded 246, missing 53 Canadian officers wounded 1, men killed 32, wounded 71, Paris reports East Meuse heights noar'Marcheville were lost, also part of enemy'a trench gained on Saturday at Harfcmannwillercopf. Total prisoners taken in course of the attack rendering us mastersof the summit—offi cers 6, non corns 35, men 853, besides numerous wounded." RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN, PROGRESS IN CARPATHIANS. The High Commissioner reports under date London, March 28 :— Petrograd reports that in the Car. patbians there has been considerable progress in the direction of Bartfeld. In the direction of Baligrod a fortified height has been carried. Important enemy forces have been repulsed near Russkedysbina and Coziuvka. DuriDg the day 2500 Aua trian prisoners have been taken, in eluding 40 officers, and seven machine guns have been captured, BOMBARDMENT OF THE DARDANELLES. Tenedos, March 29. The Queen Elizabeth bombarded the forts from Saros. BIG GUNS FOR SMYRNA. Athens, March 29. Germany has transported longrange guns to Smyrna. THE ATTACK ON EL KUBRI London, March 29.

The "Times" * airo correspondent states that the Turkish force which appeared at El Kubri bad, it is believed, the object of dropping explossive9 into the canal. The vigilance of our outposts foiled the attempt, and there is no reason to suppose that large forces are in the vicinity of the canal defences. GERMAN AVIATION CAMP BOMBARDED. Paris reports that a Belgian airman bombarded the German aviation camp at Gbistilles east of the Meuse heights near Marshville, PROGRESS IN WESTERN FRONTIER. We captured 300 metres of trenches repulsing two counter attacks. At Einarges we captured 150 metres of trenches.

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3410, 30 March 1915

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3410, 30 March 1915

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