j The Indian troops were brought I into, aotion for the first time at La ] Bassee, where they savetl tho I situation. j A mighty onrush cf Ccrmans forced the British tack, and the way to the coast seemed ciaar. Then the Indians charged, and all I was over. The enemy were not j only checked, hut beaten and j broken. j The Belgian Lancers also clistin- ! guished themselves, and were j greeted with wiicl cheers by their ! comrades. j It is estimated that the enemy i lost 20,000 in killed and wounded. j All the attacks of the enemy on I the Allies' ieft iiavo been repulsed. i The British held 250,000 Cermans at Ypres in check tor five i days. At oho- time the situation was critical, but reinforcements i enme and the enemy were thrown | back 15 miies. | The Belgians lost 10,000 in killed ! and wounded in nine days' fighting j on the Yser. ! Russia's claims to a great victory | at Warsaw are confirmed. j The Kaiser's commands are that i Calais must lie captured at ail | , costs. s j The Germans say that when they i have captured Calais they will uso their 17in howitzers, and scatter minefields to Portsmouth. ! BELGIAN FsJND: SCHOOLS' i KINDLY ACT. j [Pkr United Phk3s Association.! j WI'.LJ.'INUTOX. October 28. j The sfhjul children oi VVellinttion and It-rl-m-bs are .x-siiondim; heartily to the <ipI pr;d to £ive their pocket, money to tray ! tied for the P.ek;;'.-in families instead of ! it, in fireworks on November 5 j it'iuy Friwkes P;n-) 'l'he .schools .'ire comj peti'iie; in the seif-denhil eomjA-ut-ion. It lid :intici[Mted that the. movement will j:]>ivad ihron::!iout Nev: Ze.nl a mi. i r I FOR BELGIAN RELIEF. I not ri i i iibh f di i 0 i U . lull in t i t ' d it Hin i t 1 i it it I mi i \ ci i io s et } I nit d i Mi P ' W i t * tl ' ;' IIL 11 s l 1 1 11 I Ir<l It i II IHI 1 I 1 J [)fl<t ) 1 u1 ( > i I r t 1 i i„i in rtli ti ltd I\h 1) ii i d I J i 'lit' Lh ninei j ni n a ht it t ft 1 id ir i d i'n 1 c; t m hj •> tmi ' n un hj i the 1 ' nt tomj li i m ino I not o t i j i j t on \i ' ds <. ii id i 1 I I tu I uitjit i \l 11 1 p hfiinteoh ' ttu n d nit hj tit t lit n 111 tHI ' J Jit f i h>\\ in., i t i ' ti [ 1 n )., - | I *S uht i l i I? I T JL,r ii ( i 1 i 1 l> Ulm 1 l> I i i I >i ' ii' u I tni | J thl idhil if ni I F i liii' \ ( ) ii ii nt ii it Mln I I I'll V ( n w I I \ n j i ii i n i n r dn hti 1 J mi ji u1 t 1 tii oil i \n U i on I \ i l I i ( nin n Hi J M I n iv\ n in n I ii u l u In ut \\ ( rm\o M-, i tin * mi r i 1 t tnc i J nt k i ii M it t uuj -m\ , ] hi, I I ( i n M ul) \t T m Jji rn i (Mum tn ( 1 imlla-s \! t i Ji 1) I i n £1 I 1 mit dut in u) 1" i I tit 1 urn ltd i i i r d i i I tin i hi v ici I i 1 „», t ul hj ) <. \ it hj jii is ti I ibn iti t j iitk-u tn i i'i i i hun « o nit mlt 1t > t 'I I ' I, 1 -.J
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LATEST EUROPE., Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
LATEST EUROPE. Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
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