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CONTRADICTORY ACCOUNTS j FROM EAST PRUSSIA, j rETROGRAI), November 10. | Official: Deep snow has fallen in I'rus- ! siah Poland. Tho Russians have occupied \ Goldap (20 miles ,*-uth of Gumbinnen. '• near the eastern frontier of Pnissuai. : Another Russian army from Mlav.a has . cut the railway (connecting Warsaw ami Danzig) at Soldau, on the southern boundary of East Prussia. GERMAN VICTORY CLAIMED. ADVANCE GUARD OR ARMY? RERUN. November 10. Official : A stroll;,' Russian army was defeated north of Wyster Lake, near Allenstein (40 miles west of Miuwa). The Russians lost 10 machine gun.-. and 4,000 were made prisoners. AN IMPERIAL PARK PROVIDES FREE VENISON. PFrROGRAD. November 10. I The Kaiser's breeding' establishment at j Rominted has twice been near the battle- j field in East Pntsia. All tin- trees were j cut down, and the Russians fed liberally] :>n the collection of European deer in the park. THE AUSTRIAN RETREAT. DRIVEN TOWARDS (RACOW. J'ETROOR.aD. November 10. Official: We are drivinc: th • Austrian rcarpuard towards Cracow, anil al-n captured another raiment ami several •juu* to the southwaul of Fr/piny-l. SUPPRESSING ILL NEWS. (London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Services.) LONDON. November 9. War correspondents neve !ecn officially r.olified from Vienna that tiny nm.-t leave Galicia, where a >i!*pens-ioii of op.-r.itioMs is about to 000111*. and repair to the wiiuheastern border, where Austria i* a'out '.•> (strike a final blow at Servia. THE COLONIAL ASFIXT. BELGIANS IN AFIUCA. LONDON. November 9. A report, from Havre deali.e* with Belgian operation in the Conpo taales that the troops aro eonirortin.: tlr bravely. A flvim.' cobiinn ha; taken a fortified yoi:a <n 1.,k- Ki\u. ii.nietim: heavy let.; on the ec-iny. A. ilriian attempt to take Allien-, on the v.est siioie ;>f Lake failed. A Belgian column fioiu Ka!,m_\i k;u er-teTed "British Rhodesia to aid the British against attacks irom Henna 11 East Africa. CONTRABAND nf WAR, AUSTRALIAN WOOL WANTED BY AMERICA. WASHINGTON. November .10. The- Woollen Manufacturer.-" Association tavc appealed to Mr Bryan to a>k Great Britain to permit the export of Austrian wool direct tmtler a that it will not bo icshipped to Germany or Austria. AUSTRALIAN METALS. SIDNEY. November 10. The. military authorities searched the offices of two metal companies, but no evidence of dealing with the enemy was <hsfioeed.

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THE EASTERN THEATRE., Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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THE EASTERN THEATRE. Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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