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THE WAR

SITUATION SATISFACTORY.

FIGHTING SEVERE. BUT ALLIES GAINING GROUND Press Association—Hv Telegraph—Copyright. SITUATION C"Vn\n> : SATISTACTOrC.. WELLINGTON'. <>•■'. .her 27. Tb',- V ived !.v !''> I": - !::' Von-t-r tVm l i. * -be;- 27 (2.5 a m. ■ ■ Piihial: Tho- lb itch War Oth', .. !k,i the siirat;.,;i citooa- sarrsa > onw The is .--v.-i.' end .oiaaaicis. but ground is brio.,- eaievd. Many ] ri-.s.-i-ers have be u t.t'o n. T\c. ,-:' the ocac Y -.til:.- ha.ve been tapturc ! VMi.ENT HAITI.!' o\' SEAPOARD. Jll'S-lANS D:' ! "!".\'i' A RV.\RGUARD. '('!-;. f.,;;.,.-;! - '::- -.-a_- '::■: b-'»a: ;c'ci''ed bv t'.ic i'j ,; . ■ V: .-: . f. :o t'n-' lli-'b Co;n- ---\;....,, ~> ' I ■< . i '. ■ | ... .;,.!■; for. cs "'t,/r-- ; ; : .. ] ' '■ ■ ■' a .!=••■■•: ■■< K;i----b-vn;;OK ( >0 '■'.• •;! : ' ! ' t'o - ot ! : of IVonvl % : ■ • Vr■:'■ - oro. ... s :• Ti:.\i' \t i'i\Mrni-:. "f'Aßrs. iV"-!.cr :'n vi. o: .■■• i it-- ;■.■( : \ !V.| : oj ro : ;im-r.' ; rod m;t !:'!■.'■ g ; :."-s • ; -0.-i ;:• 1.,ef,.s were] to ■ d. 'i ' ■ ' J ■-,■ ■: -. i .' :■• rtri-'ken, j ;urri-d act •'• 1. i <;• o: '. U:\l--U or, all j .-.!.- ' ■n:;.y!i! rod ivrri ■■! ! '■> 'i.-.--ivr.-. upon the j Mirvivoi-o w!;-» *h:' ,, v d o " '.!:?:" aitrs .and | 'IKRVA.VS Pl"' uri'PY ROCI.KpjS. \ l."':0 tT! IXKNS MUf.'DEREH. j AMSTERDAM. (Vi .b. ,- 26. ! I lie •T,.'.-.jra :t ' -:ao .- t:oo ;h.-- Gernrms bar,, r. !o:orl b- •>:.■■-. !„;! the Allies lev jai- ■! -..-.vd r:■.••.:• Nictipoit. Two ■'? • • 0' ■■•'. •■' :'•■ ar-'t P 20-. , eutim' , ttv ltuiis b'-!.-rs'i- f.-:i _..r Gen...-." 'oiiir.led.' 'The . of .!;,,>i!-;s wi-i-c mar. bed in r.,.,if :,f ;',.- Ibftaao irei-o.s w !a it 'be la I 0 r advato-.l o. biM',-. A'.-.i.t .-. '!>,,;..,;,n<l o.itabltaios "f Roi'lors v. ,o o mm d<-i'od. Tii.cltitrch of V-tr.v 'Oai.-.x wos pluodri'od and ' I THi: Pd'.PJ.IN VERSION'. ! AMSTKRDAM. tVto'wn- 27. \ Revlin offioia! sbab's: Th- I i-n'-'mv aro obscioatob.- deo-rding Nienport '• •■u.-.l Tlixnicdo. Th-- "Grrman artil'erv ha? I 1 iv.-d the British i|, of echt iiolas ,'•>• the I -la't". Three yrss ■'.; w.-ce jot, i ; og. The I-totli-h 1.-d- bono 1 !- it. ;iio street | fi-'btiiT*. ;:r<l r- : >~> *•;-?■ t'k ;i rrbo>iers. j SBa>t lr ivi!s r 'i.i ro'el P./ecb' '""' """' ''' j AI'STRIAN It'aOlT TURNKD. ! RiiMl'.. i>.--,.!-u- 2n The -M.-.-ar.-r..-,; P.-tr ,■:,..,! _ ~.,-i-s- j bc-n (enipk'tlr iro ii. 0. j The Cot-mac- ; c I'-bc' .■. -inu- to ~- j JWtI.CHA.N SI bA\!i;r <: 'TKIfs '.;iN"E. i '■■■■ i.VIKiN". (!•.;.; 27. ; Icard. .strui ir .» rrnr ;f Tl ai'o -. ; e. -,,-,! :„l i Hi C'e.mniisd-iref. .Ibd C o.lon 27:h ' 0. :,|vv.._ ; t'lfib-i-'. : A I'- ■■!!■ .a- !••.,!!.;.-0,, : , , 1,;,,,,,.,! '■ iamJe.j' f5..;,. -.- '¥.,>;<■-< ' '.'.'.' """'' ! THE !-:.\"D i'),'•' TDK I'hf, \sr>. j Afr-v a be ■• . K, :: o : ,b. : - ; ,^-,| n op ; .; !f .,:l f!;»> !■ -!' I aof O.railov ~f ;;;, b-,„,.. bat r.1,. Peer,,--. «■, a- r,- •. ,-,dv. all tre- ea,-ea!ri.e; ,of,:aol mnrel I sbi-Cwas laaillv !;-!■■-! c: 'the wtrorHno and E-:ad boavtb-. 'l' ■ !!•• = „-.•,. par oet, S»e. ,y.H. rtoved ;-.:■; ; .:-...i: •;•■ w.,}, ,■ and a;-! even-.UA by s''e ?,..,';. The ' >v a .s •wii.o shot, aiv.-ir, but th-.- marine.-, held it, l'P. AN AUSTRIAN CRUISI'I:. Ci)\K. j PKKINC-. Of--!er 26. ' It, is reported that the .Tapanesi* a.rtil!o r y j sa."tk an Au-/tri.oti otni.-er in Kiao-chati Pa v. I SINKING A SUr.MARINE. ; LONDON, ;>,.tob--r 27. ! The l'.aal,-o,r, -when on the Doteh ci<:.-t, saw ;v forbnrar: n-"> ahead. Rt> rairmie! at full .spec 1. arai tired shots into trio fcr.bir.arhne as -lie drew oil. The l ; -'i-''f's T'.'pairs Will reqiiire on'.v a few Lotos' work. A TPAITOIVS SOIMLV PLTGHT. CAPIO 'iitWN. b-etober 26. ( dficial: Maa-tii v. completely defeated a- Kakainas. lie «,; vouiided," an<l fled into Gerinau territory. '1 FIE FIl;.>T SEA LORD. LONDON, October 26. -Silly stories have 'oeeta current for several weeks discrediting Prime Louis of Battenberg's loyalty. The 'Globs' discusses tho subject, apologetically, justifying tha step bj- a stream i of letters, and aalcs for an authoritative i 6tnteirient to clear away the accusations. 1 [Prince Louis was borei in Austria in i 1854. He became a cadet in the British j Navy and a British subject in 1868, and 1 ■has -n-orU-e-d Kia -V.O.T iirv thrawek all grade* , oi tho service. _ He married his cousin. J Princees Victoria, daughter of Princess ! Alice, who was a daughter of "Queen Victoria.] j - AN INFAMOUS CHARGE. J ; LONDON, October 27. j J The Loudon cortcspoiKt-iit of ths» New ' - York 'Eveuing Post' arcceed the Ceiuior- '. ship of to cvnceal Gennan siieeetaft-s ' : ami U> blacken tl:« Genua us' ciiaiacter in ; I aaioi to win American omuiorj. ' ; *

The Press Bureau announces that, it_ is taking steps to compel the substantiation <r- withdrawal of the charts.

Jhe Right Hon. F. E. Smith. M.P.. is chairman of the Trees Bureau. aud the other members, selected from all parties, arc men of honor.] A FRENCHMAN'S SUGGESTION. PARIS. Octobev 26. Writing to tho 'Petit Journal,' M. Pnhon, a former Minister of Foreign Affairs, regrets that tho Allies did not appeal for "tho co-operation of Japan in Ki;rop<\ In- which means they might have brought an incomparable force against tho one my. UNDERGRADUATES AT THE FRONT. (London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Services.) LONDON, October 26. Fia'.t tb.t' undergraduates of Cambridge have gone to the war. The students of I the Medical School are especially keen on | t!v.' army. I CARLE CODES. r.nndin ' Times ' and Sjdney 'Sun* Services.) LONDON". October 26. The council are permitting the use of tin' A.8.C.. Scott's, Western Union, and | I Etcher's (vdc.< throughout the Empire, and for miwagias to allied and neutral countries, j MISCELLANEOUS. i Japan has proteste<l to America, against i I the Gier remaining any longer at llono- j ■ iuln. as tier repairs are finished. j ; The Italians whom the Tsar proposed to | I send to Italy nr.niber 5.000 ' j Vienna newspapers state- that a new ! Aiir-t ri.in aerial Dreadnought, costing' ; £'5.400. eoiinrt-ed a; the first trial and was | ! Germans in tho Strait.' Settlements and ' adjacent British territories have been in- [ t.-mod. Renin papers state that on the 21et li.-i. the prisoners in Germany were: i Erer.ch. 2/472 officers and 146.807 men ; | Russian. 2,16; officers and 104.524 men; IVlJaus. 54 1 officers and 51,3(8 men; l.Toi-h, 218 officers, and 8,669 men. The pri -'lie:;; inch ih; 27 generals.

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THE WAR, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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THE WAR Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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