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DRIVING BACK THE GERMANS.

A communique states that the Russians have occupied German trenches near Friedniechatat, and have also captured a number of villages in the Lake region eastward of Vilna. They also took a number of villages southward of Prepefc, after stren«GU3 fighting. SWISS MOBILISATION.

London, October G

A P*n's mepsage says tbat "Le journal" Iparns that the Swiss Federal Council hue ordered the mobilisation for October 25th of tbfi Swiss cavalry The country is astonished. Tbesr unit" well be grouped on the German frontier.

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DRIVING BACK THE GERMANS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3494, 8 October 1915

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DRIVING BACK THE GERMANS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3494, 8 October 1915

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