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IN POLAND.

THE RUSSIAN SUCCESS ONLY PARTIAL AS YET. PETROGRAI), November 24. Official: the battle around Lodz continues. The Russian cavalry at one point attacked tins retreating Germans, inflicting great loss and capturing heavy guns. The battle on the Czenstoc’iowa-Cracow front is developing successfully for the Russian’. We took 6,000 p isoners. On Sunday we repulsed counter-attacks. GERMANS ENTRAPPED. THREE REGIMENTS LOST. RETROGRAD, November 24. The Russians Tapped three regiments on th ■ bank of the B/.oura River (a tributary of the Vistula, having its source near Lodz), which is easily fordable. The Germans cios ed, and found themselves cut off hv Co-sacks, who had crossed higher up tie stream. Meanwhile the Russian infantry crept up at the rear under cover of the artillery. The Germans were surrounded, and' only half a regiment « raped. AUSTRIANS DOWN -HEARTED BY GALICIAN REVERSES. ROME, November 24. Newspapers state that the attack of th Austrian army in Galicia has weakened. The soldiers axe depreseed and discour aged, and unable to resist the Russians without the assistance of Germany. SIGNS OF DISORGANISATION. VENICE, November 24. Many wounded from Galicia are arriving at Trent. They tell fearful. stones of losses and sickness, and state that the German doctors who have the Austrians send invalids beck to the frynt before they are half cured. New Landsturm recruits are compelled to provide their own outfit, and only scanty rations are issued. They largely exist ou raw turnips and beetroot.

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IN POLAND., Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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IN POLAND. Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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