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nOHTfX*; L'dl'NO WAH.-'AU'. spasmodic <;i-:i;\iax atiaiks AiTIIKVK NO OAiX. AUST-niAxs i;i:'ff;i:A'r in >orTir. j OLTFI.AXivIXO M'>\E .-IiATTF.RKD. ■ T'iaTROORAI'. (memabm' '-\o \ Oaieial : Is-d.itcd (drnntu afinhs be- | t'-vfiii iho Lower Vi.-tnia. ,-iml the I'iiiaii j were .anon : vf. ' An attack .-..'.ttii-ea -t- of Skieruiwme 'h-twe.-u Lo.L ami;.v.\j l-.-.-ulted in j crave German lossea. '■ The Austria!!.') evaru;r<-il tip-, left j h-.i.-r: of_:he X"da- /in >',..ith Rohmdi and | t'ee-i driven out <if ."-'/.litni'-.i aiivr ,m oh- j stimme. defetiee. j I ::•• fiuitiiii"; en til-' flna', e-[ae,-/, !:!!'• eontinues in. firvor ~t''|i,o llii.-t-kuis, '•ho captured from the loth !■• tho 26th I'f'i o-ihvr-. and lo.ChO imu, a:id 40 maeh.'ie i;iins. 'I he tmmy'.s retreat, from tho Tlukla I'ii-.s fhet'.vo.-u (h'Sicni, and Huucai'v) is no-.v precipiuite ami disorderly." '.Five thoitsaiid prisoners were taken on the 26th :n-t. The enemy's attempt to transport troops from ( '/ieustccmiwa, (in youth-west l'o:.-i:-dl to the Carpathhi;;;, J I!S :„,._., t ( ~.,U 1. pietely frustrated. FRANCO-BELCiAN FRONT. .no >,i:\\> \v[[at!-:vi-:k. A (dFRMAN I'.OA-T. {London 'Times' aud Sydney "Sun 'SerTice 3 ) LOXOOX. T)eccniber l-! 0. Tiie Ct-rinan .m.-nera.! before Rheims informerl an American eorrespondenb that Oernian blood wa.4 more vnlna.ble. than Trenail builditi.a'.s. ''When the tinm comes To take J.Mieitus to :-hal! order it.s botnLiiro'ment." li klgi r.m's IX!)i-:[• !■:xn!•:x("i-: long tih;fati-:nf.l). XKW YORK. December 23. Mr (atitrell, a Ken:uckian resident, of Iteiouini. Mates, < n meriiatcly atter it.s occupation lie noticed German military posters, hoa-deil in Ger-in.-iu "City of Liecm, - ' witli ;i printed date VDO6. Tha date was <"aue<"iled with blue jx-neil and 1914 substituted, proving :he Kaiser'.H iutent'oii t<j invade lii-h-dum. AEGEXTIXiahS ATTITUDE. A k >LAP TOR GER.MAXT. WASmXGTOX. PocemTicr 28. Germany's efforts to induct* Arco.utina to recogniso CJerman sovo.rfifrnty over F.olirium havo romp!e.t-e!y failed. This attitude, is in accordanea with a decision by a. eonfercne? of L.itin .ind American diplomats at Washington, which Mr Bryan atUurdfd, pledging- all American co'unfcrie.t t--. m.iinuin tho .strictest neutrality throughout the European struggle

SOUTH AFRICAN SYMPATHY. GATE TOWN. December 29. The- Belgian parliamentary delegation was accor'ded a sympathetic welcome tit Stclleubosch. AMERICA THANKED BY KING OF BELGIANS. (London ' Times ' and Sydney ' Sun ' Services.) LONDON, December 28. King Albert, in a message to America. refers to the "magnificent generosity of the American people in forwarding immense quantities of gifts and foodstuffs to my suffering people. Tt touches tne. very deeply. In this country's hour of trial nothing supported me more than the sympathy and sftporb generosity of those who have assisted in lessening the suffer-

EFFCCEES IN BRITAIN. MO.^TLY TOWNSFOLK. (London 'Times' and Sydney ' Sun ' Services.) LONDON". December 28. 'The Times.' in a leading article, comments on the surprisingly small mini her of agriculturists among the Belgian refugees. "Great Britain," it says. " has oulv'GOO, including 275 farmers and graziers." Probably the peasants found it easier to escape into Holland than into France. It is a, pity that there arc so few, as there is a We.-ided dearth of farm labor in many parts of England and Scotland."

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THE RUSSIAN ARMIES., Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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THE RUSSIAN ARMIES. Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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