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ALLIES BEAT BACK ALL ATTACKS, AND CONTINUE TO PROGRESS, RUSSIANS PUSH THE OFFENSIVE. . The High Commissioner reports, under dale Leaden, October 27, a* follows Official: Between the Year region and Lena fighting is proceeding fiercely. The Allies are making progress, and have not yielded at any point. An artillery encounter at Berry-au-Bac destroyed dereral batteries aad resulted to the advantage of the Allies. The enemy were driven across the frontier between the forest of Bereave© and Percy. Tho Russians are pushing the oflensive on the San, also south of P **Sw!ciii precaution is being taken tor shipping in th* Thames, gad Mveral portions of the Channel are closed.

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LATE WAR NEWS., Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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LATE WAR NEWS. Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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