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WAR IN EUROPE.

RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN

POBITION SATISFACTORY

Paris, November 7

M. Naud&ud, a French writer witb tbe Russian foroee, says that tbe general situation on tbe Riga and Duvisk is satisfactory

Duvisk is the key to the Devina line, and tbe German prospects of carrying the town are hopeless, Tbey have fallen back five versfcs, abandon ing fortified trenches. Everything bears testimony to the r e babitaiion of tbe Bussian artillery, which often silences the enemy THREE STEAMEBS SUNK I Official—Enemy submarines passed 0 Gibraltar last week, and .ank three steamer, off the Algerian coast. Tbe crew of one are missing CONFERENCE IN FRANCE Kitchener left after a conference witb Briand and JoflVe concerning tbe Eastern operations, and a. sured himself of complete accord between the Allies. 1 THE DARDANELLES London, November 7 A Turkish communique says:— "There has beeen artillery duels on tbe Dardanelles front. Cruisers and monitors bombarded our positions at *ri Burnu and Seddul Bahr. Our I artillery destroyed an Baonay'o _»» ~| TTEimAirtOM"I_rUNIQUE A German communique claims tbat the Russian attaoks near IlluK.t and Ilsen failed. The Russians pene trated tbe German positions afc Tventen after the Viards ejection. RUSSIANT IN GALICIA 28,000 PRISONERS Petbograi), November 7 The initiative in Galicia rests with the Russians, who between November Ist and 3rd by means of sharp blows on Styra, captured 28,000 prisoners and fourteen cannon. MR ASQUITH'S BTATEMENT ' IMPRESSION IN INDIA Simlab, November 7. ' Mr Aequitb's statement has made \ an excellent impression throughout India. Reoruiting ia vigorous, espe- ' cially among the Sikhs, Gburkas and ! Puojaubs. j

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WAR IN EUROPE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915

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WAR IN EUROPE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915

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