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The Germans otaim a decisive success In the Lodz district, which Petrograd ridicules aa an effort of the Teutonic Imagination, Count Tisza, the Hungarian Premier, and the Kaiser are said to have had a stcrniy Interview. The Kalsor Is reported as " furious." A Hungarian paper says that Austria-Hungary has raised an army of 4,000,000 men for Germany to dispose of. Paris officially says that the Allies' offensive along the whole line of battle shows marked superiority. The Paris Bourse has reopened for business. Public opinion in England does not credit the reports that information of further losses of life through disaster at sea is being suppressed. OUR TROOPS IN SAMOA. [Pre United Pbkss Association.] WELLINGTON, December 8. The following message Jibs been received from Samoa, dated December 6:—The health, of the troops is good. The following are on the sick list : —Battery : Forsyth (dysentery), Gunner T. Wilberfoss (septic leg). Auckland Regiment : Lieut. Tolc (abscess). Private H. Davidson (cellulitis), H. Harvey (injury to knee). Railway Engineers : Sergeant M. Matheson (carbuncle), Sappers F. Brockliss (dysentery), E. W. Smyrrk (abscess). S. Verroy (dengue), R. G. Winter (bursitis), Corporal W. Wilsteed (dengue). Wellington Regiment: Colonel Turner (eimple fracture of the leg), .Sergeant R. Cook (head injury), Lance-corporal S. Foley (dysentery). Medical Corps : Private T. "Dean (dengue), R. M'Millan (jaundice). All the patients are doing well.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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