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GERMAN REINFORCEMENTS. NINE ARMY CORPS TRANSFERRED. LONDON, December 6. (Received December 7, at 9.25 a.m.) Private messages from Petrograd state that the Germans have withdrawn nine army corps from France, replacing them by "second-line troops. The Russians, nevertheless, are holding the Germans, keeping them fighting day and night. The Germans are seeking to besiege Petrokow, where tho fighting is extremely violent. The Germans at Czenstochowa aro preparing for a long siege. Tho town has been turned into a fortress. THE DUAL MONARCHY. HUNGARY MUCH AGGRIEVED. LEFT DEFENCELESS, AND APPEALS~"tO GERMANY. PETROGRAD, December 6. (Received December 7, at 9.15 a.m.)

Complaints are rife that the Hungarian plains were largely left open to Russia's attack. Hungary "has officially requested Germany to send her two or three army corps. Relations between Austria an* Hungary aro much less cordial fbMa hitherto. •




(London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Services.)

LONDON, December 6. The 'Bourse Gazette' at Petrograd prediets that a concerted movement will be made shortly by the Allies on both the east and west fronts, for the purpose of stopping Germany shifting her troops between the two frontiers. ITALY'S NEUTRALITY UPSET GERMAN PLANS OF SWITZERLAND INVASION TO GET AT FRANCE. LONDON, December 6. (Received December 7, at 8.45 a.m.) The Paris paper 'Lo Matin' states that maps of Switzerland have been found on the dead bodies of several German officers. These had been printed in Germany, with Italian place-names, for the use of Italian officera during an attack by Italy on France through Switzerland. 'Le Matin' recalls the Kaiser's protestations in respect to Swiss neutrality.

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IN POLAND., Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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IN POLAND. Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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