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. > LATE WAR NEWS. GUNS DOMINATE ON THE LEFT WING. BOTH SIDES ANCHORED. ARMORED TRAIN INCIDENT. LONDON, November 12. (Received November 13, at 2.25 p.m.) The ‘ Daily Chronicle’s ’ correspondent states that the German onslaughts from Dixmude to Arras during the week were terrible. The enemy progressed in places, only to be driven back next day. Artillery dominates the position so effectively that substantial continual advances by either side are impossible. As the Germans are unable to make impression on our lines, they confine themselves to relentlessly bombarding Ypres, Arras, and Bethune. For the first time the Germans brought an armored train into action against a British train. The enemy’s train carried 6in guns, and threatened to become a formidable rival. At last two .aviators detected it crawling steadily towards our lines, and the British train steamed out into the fire-zone. When the enemy’s train stopped four gigantic shells exploded over it, and laid portion of it in ruins. Shells came from the British 9.2 in naval guns installed six miles away. The German engineers courageously worked under a continuous fire to remove the damaged part from the rails, end they lost many lives. The shells did much damage, but failed to destroy the engine, which dragged the remains away at nightfall. WON’T HAVE GERMAN OFFICERS. BUCHAREST, November 12. It is reported that there is a rebellion of thoTurkish troops at Adrianople against German officers. LABOR WITH THE GOVERNMENT. WAR OFFICE CRITICISED. LONDON, November 12. The chairman of the Labor party, Mr Arthur Henderson, M.P., assured the Government that the Labor party would support them to secure the unity of the Empire. Mr Henderson and the Right Hon. W. H. Long warmly criticised the War Office for its mismanagement and delay in paying the allowances of the wives of soldiers and sailors. This had had a serious effect on the recruiting. THE RUSSIANS. NEWS FROM FOUR ARMIES. PETROGRAD, November 12. (Received November 13, at 2.40 p.m.) Official : An engagement has developed from Stallupon'en (near Gambinnen) to Kruglinnen. In the region of Soldau the Russians have occupied Johannisburg. The enemy’s advanced guards are endeavoring to make headway in the Kalisz district. The Russians are attacking the Austrian rearguard at the fords of the Upper San River. GERMANS LEAVE GHENT FOR BRUSSELS. LIEGE FORTS USELESS. AMSTERDAM, November 12. The Germans are unable to repair the Liege forts, and have abandoned the work. It is reported that 100,000 Gormans have passed Ghent and are proceeding towards Brussels. GERMAN STEAMER CAPTURED. PARIS, November 12. A French cruiser in the Mediterranean captured a steamer with 150

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914