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BEFORE CRACOW.

RUSSIAN SIEGE GUNS START,

LONDON, November 30. (Received December 1, at 8.20 a.m.) The ‘Daily Chronicle’s’ correspondent says that previous reports of the investment of Cracow were premature. A Milan newspaper states that tne last barrier to the city has been broken by the Russians, and "their heavy siege guns are now bombarding the town. One suburb is on fire. REMARKABLE RUMOR. RUSSIAN ADVANCE GUARD NEARTNG~VIENNA. ROME, November 30. (Received December 1, at 8.60 a.m.) A Vienna report states that a Russian detachment has occupied Ungaris, in Hungary. [The only place of similar name in Hunfary is Ungarische-Altenburg, south of ’ressburg, and only 45 miles from Vienna.] THE WINTER CAMPAIGN. CLOTHING OP TROOPS. (London ‘Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) LONDON, November 30. Hundreds of German dead f> completely stripped of clothing and piled in waggons, passed St. Quentin en route for Belgium. It is believed that a winter campaign will prove most favorable to the Russians. The Germans are not prepared with clothing suitable for a winter campaign. The Russians, on capturing the Tqricish trenches round Erratum, found many

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TURKS ROUTED. PARIS, November 50, (Received December 1, at 8.20 a.m.) ‘Lo Matin’s ’ Petrograd' correspondent says that the Turks have abandoned their positions at Keuprikou, and ire flying in disorder towards Erzerum, with the Russians in pursuit.

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BEFORE CRACOW., Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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BEFORE CRACOW. Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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