WAR IN EUROPE.
RECRUITIN IN OTAGO. SATISFACTORY NUMBERS. DUNEDIN. Januarys There has been a grout improvement in rooruiting since the holidays, and the autho rities are now confident regarding Otago's quota for the Twelfth Reinforcements. Hlily men have enrolled this week.
GERMAN STEAMER CAPTURED , BWRLIN, January G The commander of the naval expedition to Lake Tanganyika reports that he attacked on December 26th the German armed steamer Kiogani, which was compelled to surrender. All the German officers were killed, and the Kingan: w«3 brou;-bj to par. I in a.sirjfciog condition.
AUSTRIANB DRIVEN BACK. Advices from Petrograd Bhow that Czernowitj! was made untenable owing to the Russian success, and Austria admits that a portion of the city was evacuated. Russian airmen aro daily bombing the town The successes deprive the enemy of. tho u=e of the Czernowitz-Zaleszeyki railway.
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WAR IN EUROPE. NAVAL EXPEDITION. RUSSIAN SUCCESS, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3511, 8 January 1916
WAR IN EUROPE. NAVAL EXPEDITION. RUSSIAN SUCCESS Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3511, 8 January 1916
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