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WHILE PIECES ARE RESET. PETROGRAD, December 11. Official j There was no important change »n the 9th inst. Numbers of isolated German forces make efforts to take the offenrivo, but these have resulted unfavorably to the Germans. CHOLERA OUTBREAK AMONG ENEMY. (London ‘Times’ and Sydney ’Sun’ Services.) LONDON, December 10. Advices from Berlin state that cholera has broken out. extensively among the Auetro-German troops in Silesia. ami Galicia. It is increasing in Hungary ami spreading alarmingly at Budapest. THE TSAR GOES TO TRANSCAUCASIA. LONDON, December 11. Reuter’s Petrograd correspondent reports that the Tsar received an ovation at Tiiiis, the_ Circassians presenting offerings of fruit. SERVIA’S SUCCESS. FURTHER CONFIRMATION. NISH, December 11. The Austrian debacle is an established fact. The Servians have retaken Ush.itsa, and are hotly pursuing tho Austrians, who have discarded arms, waggons, and stores. Tho Austrians attempted to surround Draginevalz, where a great arsenal is situated. This necessitated a considerable extension of their front. The Austrians, being over-confident, were fatallv slow, and advanced only 35 miles in eight days, thus enabling the Servians to effect a dramatic concentration and break tho Austrian centre. The Servians stormed Snvobnr, in the Maljen mountains, with magnificent elan, and got the four army corps on the run. AUSTRIANS ADMIT REVERSE. AMSTERDAM. December 11. Austria officially admits that sba is unable to penetrate tho strong Servian force, and has been compelled to retire in order to avoid a hostile counter-attack.

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LULL IN POLAND, Evening Star, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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LULL IN POLAND Evening Star, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914