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NORTHERN POLAND.

GERMANS REPULSED,

ROME, December 21.

(Received December 22, at 11.15 a.m.)

The * Messagero’a ’ Petrograd correspondent confirms tho complete defeat of the Germans northward of tho Vistula. They were driven bark into East Prussia. ANOTHER KAISER TELEGRAM. AMSTERDAM, December 21. (Received December 22, at 11.15 a.m.) The Kaiser telegraphed to his aunt, the Dowager Duchess" of Baden : “General Hindeberg hae announced that the Russians retired before our front after an embittered battle, and ho pursued them over the whole line, showing that the laird stood by our heroic troops. His alone be the honor.” EGYPT'S DEFENCES. TURKS TIIINK TWICE. ROME, December 21. (Received December 22. at 11.15 a.m.) Official ; The 1 urks have evacuated the Sinai Peninsula. A BRAVE VOLUNTEER. NEW ZEALANDER’S DEATH. LONDON. December 21. (Received December 22, at 10.50 a.m.) •Corpora] Glen Rawlins, a New Zealander in the 28th battalion of the London Territorials, was killed while cutting the enemy’s barbed-wire entanglements, a task for which he had volunteered. RIGHT OF SEARCH. AMERICA'S REMEDY TO STOP CONTRABAND CARGOES. LONDON, December 21. (Received December 22, at 11.35 a.m.) Tho ‘Manchester Guardian’ states that the Un'ted States Government have drafted a Bill providing tor fines and imprisonment for those violating American neutrality. Hitherto the Government have been unable to prosecute American shipowners .sending coal and provisions to German warships. Cargoes of cotton destined for Germany have also been found to contain copper and other contraband. Such violations have rendered Die United States liable for heavy damages to Britain and her Allies. Iho Bill enables the Government to examine vessels leaving American ports and ascertain that they only carry"' what thcii- manifest .-Oates, thus larpeV.- dispensing with the present sinve-iliance by tho aided warships.

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NORTHERN POLAND., Evening Star, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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NORTHERN POLAND. Evening Star, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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