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ITALIAN AND SERBIAN FORGES

BULGARIAN VICTORY

ATHENS, February 6

Sharp fighting with superior AustroBulgarian forces in the vioinity of Alessio compelled the Halo-Serbian troops to fall back

Ii is reported that the Bulgarian troops have occupied Elbasaart

' It is stated that French detaohments have commenced fighting tha Bulgarions. It is not known whether this prefaces an offensive or merely a reconnaisanoe. ROUMANIANS NEW BILL LONDON, February 6 Importance is attached in some quarters to Boumania'a new bill authorising a supplementary military credit of £8,000,000. APPAM'S MAIL The Appam'e Britieh mail will be handed to the British Consul unopened GERMANY AND AMERICA NEW TORE, February 6 The statement that Germany refueed America's demands led to a eharp fall in Wail Street • despite Count Bernstorff'a unshakable optimism BULGARIAN FOBOES SALONIKA, February 6 Important Bulgarian foroea have been withdrawn from the front and sent towards Bußtyohuk on the Danube, the Austrians and the Germans replaoing them Indications are that new units exclusively of Germans will bo massed at Monistar. where the army now totals 80,000

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ITALIAN AND SERBIAN FORGES, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916

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ITALIAN AND SERBIAN FORGES Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916

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