THE POLAND FIGHTING.
I ANXIETY ]X GERMANY, j DID lIIXDKNT.UI'.G WIN? | AMSTERDAM, December 27. ; (Received Jloi-pmter 28, at 8.15 a..in.) i Many (li’niun newspaper* aro .seeking to ! alla.y the uneasiness duo to the lack' of eoniinnalton of General Hindenhurg’s ali leged great victory. They are now ap- ; pealing to the public not. to fhow impatie.iice, l>ut to prove they strong nerves which aro able to support, temporary reverses and to await, final victory.' NO DECISION VET TN CENTRAL OR SOUTH' POLAND. ! PARIS, December 27. [ A communique states that, the Gormans I have t(‘occupied Mlawa. i The battles on the .Middle Pili.-a ;]!K | j the Lower Xida continue willi great obI stinaev. j [The Nida traverses Soutl.eni Poland land enters the Vistula below Cracow.l AN OLD RATE LET I ELD. ; PETROGRAD, December 27. 1 (Received ] )e. emlier 28, at 8.45 a.ni.) , It transpires that 10,000 German corpses ; were found baldly covered with each ,n . Zieclnirrow. S.MASII AT KALISZ. TROOP TRAINS C’(»ELIDE. PETROGRAD, December 27. i (Received December 28, at, 8.55 a.m.) | A crowded troop train front Prussia eel- ! bded at. Kalis/, with a. (rain returning with wounded oliieors. Roth trains were going at full speed. Twenty carriages were ; w recked and dOO men killed, while SCO were injured. The points were changed at. the ]atl run- | nient, The. pointsman, Cation master, and i other oflieiahs litivo Ikcii arrested on a. ' charge of treason. HACK IN RELGRADK. WHAT THK SERBS FOUND. I (London ‘ Times’ and Sydney ' Sun ’ Services.) , LONDON, December 27. i 'Che Servians found that ihe Ansti ia-ms i had sacked Lov'.-k and. lo.ied Belgrade, I during their oceupatto.i. 'the archives : were plundered, the public oilier;; wrecked, and evervt liir.g left in a Male of indi-sa i ib- i able filth | EXPLOSIVE RULLETS I USED RY A [’STRIA NS. j PARIS, Deed,.her 27. (Received December 28, at 8.35 a.m.) | Professor Reiss, of l.au.-anno, baa | brought from Servia a quantity of exp!o- j rive bullets found on tin- baltl-.liek!.-'. . Several entire eases of Austrian dum-dums wane abandoned during tlm (light of thj | Aust rians. ! THE YOUNG TURKS I DENOUNGEU IN ,STAMBOUR. 1 ATHENS, December 27. (Received December 28, at 8.35 a. in.) ! A .sensation lias been caused in .Slam- ; boul by a number of placards posted on I ; the arsenal vilifying the Young Turks and 1 describing their policy as disastrous to ; the. empire and tlm Calijihatc. CONCERT’ OF EUROPE, | ONCE ALMOST A ('TIT EYED. RUSSIAN STATESMAN'S DlSj CLOSURE. (Loudon ‘Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) LONDON. December 27. Count De Witte has published a book showing that in 1905 ho felt that the | avoidance, of a Pan-European collision ’ could only be accomplished by an alliance | headed by France, Russia, and Germany, j He won the Kaiser over to the scheme, i but the Kaiser's lust for power and intrigue wrought its failure on the eve of , its realisation. I [Count Do Witte, who formed the first ■ Russian Constitutional Ministry, retired from its leadership in 1806.) ! ROY SCOUTS. ITALY RECOGNISES VALUE. ROME, December 27. (Received December 28, at 8.15 a.m.) j Owing to t-ho services which the Roy ! Scouts are, rendering in England in connection with ihe war, Italy lias derided | to transform her Roy Scouts into a national 1 corps under the State’s control. i
ANOTHER TRAWLER GONE. LONDON, December 27. (Received December 28, at 8.15 a.m.) Tho trawler Oceana was -blown up by a mine in tho North Son. Only one of tho crew survived. ANGLOPHOBIA. "CULTURE" WILL OUT. AMSTERDAM. December 27. (Received December 28, at 8.55 a.m.) The. illustrated paper 'Lustigo Blatter' celebrated Christmas by publishing a twopajjo poem entitled 'Hades and Paradise : A Vision of Dante.' Jt fiendishly depicts the torments in hell suffered by Sir Edward Grev, Lord Haldane, Mr Churchill, Admiral Fisher, Mr Lloyd Ooreo, Mr Balfour, and Lord Kitchener. The poem is illustrated in an absolutely unprintable way. ANOTHER EXH 11S1T10N AT FALL OK TSING-TAO. PORT DARWIN, December 28. ♦ (Received December 28, at 9.5 a.m.) Captain Colyer, who participated in tho si ceo of Tsing-tao, whom lie. was wounded, says that aft-er t lie capture the Germans interestedly watched the march past of the Japanese troops, but, when the British troops passed, with one accord they turned their backs upon tliein. The Germans' hatred went so far that the officers spat in tho faces of the British. A NOVEL DEAL 'TWTXT Ja7\~AND SLAV. GUNS I"OR~TERE.ITORV. WASHINGTON, December 27. (Received December 28, at, 8.15 a.m.) Tho Japanese, Embassy lias been oflicially advised that. Russia ceded to Japan its half of Saiihalion in exchange for heavy £ims for u*:- in Europe. is a. larL'o islam] off the coast of Siberia, north of Japan.] RUSSIA'S DENIAL. I'ETROOKAI), December 27. : Received December 23. at 9.45 a.m.) The cession of is seini-ofd-ciallv denied. A QUIET CHRISTMAS. (London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Services.) LONDON, December 27. Christmas in Riilain was tin- most honTdy. religious, and qui-t observance of the festival within memory.
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