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THE SEABOARD FIGHTING.

AND ALONG THK ALLIES' LINK. gklmans cross "r"r11: yskr, LIT RKPIT.SKD ALOCF LtLLK. I'AIUS. O.iobei 26. •!!, . i-ivnl 0. n.in-i 27. at 3.20 h.iii.i A communique dated the 2otu, at min-i,i-iit. stilts that a very violent battle wa« pro. ceding between Xieupoa and the Lys. 'iiic <n:ni;i>:<- j Iji-. Yser V;o! ween Xieunoa iuid lHxtmuie. ' Th.' imomv's altnih.- westward and southward of I .'.!'.■-- v. eie j-.-paU>i-tl. Oai' tioop.. adv.umed slightly '.until west ■■tf Soi.-snn.s, and ii!.-■> in the Cra.mue district. Our heavy artiiVrv lire in W.rvrr r.,innuiii«!> t hiaucourt. Ton-aid. a.nd the Rain vilie I'ukl. ..ni'.' '.!' the enemy's principal line* o!' eoniiiiuiiieaie.il [..wards St. \|ih:<i. it is reported that .itieu'iie German infant rv H-yinielit was annihilated :n the Arg.'iaie iluii.au the operation- in the wends northward* oi l.a CiuJadc. The encrnv have ,-iitfoted veiv L'rave in Northern Kiame and on the cast el Heljiiiim. Fifteen hundred German oorrvos y.ere found in one limited area, and 6CO of the oiieinv were taken pric-oners on Saturday. iTi'le Lv.s River joins tie- S, iieidt at Ghent.] UKIiMANS STORM 'I KKXCHKS. MOWN DOWN I'.Y <„>lTt'K. FJRKRS. I' \R'S. Oetohe] 26. illoeiud O, tol,er 27. at 8.60 a.m.) All o!tieer. wiling to ■ L.t Riivrtp.' tens of tne ; ear till -lauyatvi- in tne Arooune du-Uict. An infantry icgimcnt and a battalion of chaseeurs held an"impoaant hii;b. vi-a-y. FiftuCK thousand Germans e.-r-ayod to 'ctoi-ni the lrt-neh.es with the hnyon'-t. The French, in hive .-.v! ion,-. mine quirk tirers at the rate of 600 shots a minute, opened at short rn-iit,"' <>o the-ui.is.-cd eokimns. I; »■:* hornbie to ,-r-c the .-olid masse.-, tall. .Many tv.-n' killed on the parapet-, dth ■) - leaeie ! the trenches, and there. were hand-to-hand h.ivonet encounters until the Prem n artillery reinforcements forced the Germans to retreat, leaving thou-ach- .6 d.-ad and BRILLIANT LLTITSH SGCCKSS. A RKCORD ('HARGK—SIX MlLl<>. OCR MKN SFTKRIOR IX THK OI'KX. PALIS. (T tonet 26. (Received lb toher 27, at 8.0') a.m.) Details fo.ni Viile hi Chap'die show that the Rritish artillery bombarded thr German position from dawn till 6 p.m. A bi'vonet ehaife ens then ordered. The JjSiitii.il a-iee:uily fpiitt-d th ■ ticnr.bes. a.nd advanced eautioui'iy for a hide, iimi.£ ail I ns.-:i():e ee-vi'i'. After aiiiiliiilatinq the < .ennatis In rwo lined of eiit.rrnehmom.-. with iitlic io«t>, th'. .Itvitisl; made a eiun t ii.'dt ior a rpl<'tl(iid rinal linsh at tin: tnain {i-?."-:t;on. aiul ae't the (lermans On the run, l:avii;o tne tt'eriehes full of doad. T:ie .harce was imuiitaiiied for -ix mi Vs. perhaps the. longe.st eiiaj ;>-' on re M. fl. '■' he Hermans 1-iet 6.(KX) kilh-d. 'I he liritish proved theniseive.-immeasiu-ah\- the .superior in the raien tied. I.KLUIAXS DKSTI.OYKD A VIAVKI'.P STDIIKS. I'd I'.AFDK THK I ■ Kl'. M A N'S. I'AIUS, (1,-t.ol.cr 20. •;;,.,■ t .i\,.,| i>,tni)..r 27. at B.f>o a.m.) As it Wins impossihV to i-ie,ir :hn r< id stores a.t Antwerp, the iJeitfiaii engineers (i(-stroy<d tie' tnaehinety, leavinj; hnn<lredj= of thm'-ands of .•.•'.rea.-s.es to mii rut v. . . , "iiiev <il.«o sank 60 h-hter,s lahen wnn iiram.'i-lew up the la k" a.t til? en-f-anco to the docks, and dr-imyed. army .stor<..s woah £4,000.000. THK DKSTKOVKU THAT UOT THK SriiMARIXK. I.HNDfTX. tiit'iiier 25. ilti'eeived OYtnboi 27. al. 0.20 a.m.) Tin, J'.adtjc-r. which rammed the Cenmin subrna-i-ii'iu, has arrived at Sheenie-s, and had ii n euthusku-aic lveeptmu. 'I'HIiL'.sAXDS (OF 'WKI.SH UKl'lllTl'S. KOXDOX. (htonor 26. d-lercived O. t.Tjor 27. at 0.20 a.m.. Thirty-seven thousand men fioni (i!aiiave etiroiha. in Kileiiener >i army. good SHonrrxi; at akropla^xk-s. I'AIUS, October 26. ■JU'iicived t)et<.her 27, at 9.20 a.m.) Two Gernuin fieroplanes ircro shot, down at Montidier, a tijurd at lUieiuis, a. fourth at Graveiiites, and a, fifth at Aiii'khf. (iOKBKX AXD P,RI'>LAU. PIOXXKD IX THK JUKI'HOKI'S. HOMK..fl.'toner 26. I Received (KUiher 27. at i 11.25 a.m.) Th© 'Tiibuna' states that theji.-i.ity re turn of the. Goebcn and the Rrcslau to the Boephorufl is duo to the Russian atid TJvitj.sh Ambassadors informing the Porte that they did not regard the sale of these vessels a* valid, and that the Allies will attack them the next time thny come out. GERMAXS LEAVING LODZ. LONDON, October 26. (Receiwl October 27, a.t 11.25 a.m.) Renter's Pftrogiad (...ii-rospondent that the Orraans aie evutuatiag l*id/.. [jiod/ is thfl «t!Cond filv of Ru.ssiun I'okuid, 75 iniiea S.S.W. ot Wan»aw.J

OCT FOK DKIiMAX TIIAUF. N'KW VOIiK. (.h-tolivr 26. Ktv-ivi-d Octob-T 27. at. 9.20 a.m.) 'lilt- iillianco ot Xeiv York and Livt-rpon] f-hinnwiiors have MiK-crlhcd the cripital for a tlcct <">,' a; lca/st 20 living the Anit-riian Hnjjr- in ordf-r t<> in| luru th.- (h-i-'.nau i-;u 1 ciiii.' trafl,'. Tho ai-liani-p i- thf .iinro-:,!--' ~1 H- it Von Dpi-Si-jil;'.-; i-iitif-'sni that llitiil I'l-itain intPiiiied to .-etzo th« .\i]n-ric,-in tiacic liifhotit pviiif Aiiit'ii: ,'i a i-ham-e ~f participutini;.'

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THE SEABOARD FIGHTING., Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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THE SEABOARD FIGHTING. Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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