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FRANCO-BELGIAN FRONT.

FIGHTING IN THE ARGONNE. ..fra»s Association—By Telegraph—Copyright PARIS. January 8. Official: Violent German attacks are reported in thcre.riou of Lassigny. in the Argot.ne. at the junction of the road from tour de Pari; i •- Vaici-ics, and the road from La. Haute-Chevauabec. in the region c* Vcnliin. and en the ridge I'oimna.uding Steiubaeh, All th" attacks"" were repulsed. t!v centre! of tin' r.euiwuy connceting the Herman po-hieus icural Vie unci"-Chateau, :>:i t'lo western otitskiYts of the Argotmo Fore-'., with Vareunrs on the eastern fnugo. The abandonment of {lds read wis one ■ how;: I'iile - " Mo-t of the lighting pre 1,-oh in the depth of the he est. v,]i i: vc the IS FLAX DLLS. "PARIS. January 5. hoe'dred ', on ---' v-re" .ormfin the ruin* .:: M. Going. ~ Wo held the po-.it:.>n. ['ion gh ot: the ."'■.:!h the Germans fired 4.000 blew up fori.: ..eeupled by 1-10 Lh-r;:'Kii! = in '.'•'.'• Vjins i-eg: ■■;. S"Ye:ifv were buried v:d the o'h-"- ih (i. and our uri i 'cry wiped IC-m out. Our >v.trots found many'flooded modi; atrocities. WHAT HAPPENED I.V FRANC K. PAR'S, January 8. Tl ■■ Re"E: i:i Coinmis,ioti report that ;■■■■ ico-t terrible nuissacre in Franco was A.,; a; Gorhevillers. in Hie, Yo-ges. on "..'.:;-[.■ Oh The Bavarians Lu;.'.-t. into hj ■::-•"•-. ■- : :coi;!:g una stabbing, rcgardle-s -;-:■;, <d. Fifty persons were massacred in ! ; ie-r Ir.ntes, and many r.arneiesi offences Another horrible butciiery was in Mo;sey. it; the department of Metirthe- ■'''■ ■-.■!. Th,., Gernrm>; fired ft building "• : '■■"■'• many voir- liiddcu in cellars, anil ' ; • -.-• were '-hot like rats as thev emerged. A Luc families were 0.-to: minated. MODERN' WAR. AND MODERN CCLTCRE, P.AIir.S, January S. __ The Yv-ii: *i_ f"'ommissioner"= rcpo'rt oti -' t many s voi,r:,i:t of international law '" .ty-.: y Nev-.-r l:as ;. war amcuig civilised r.!tlo;:.s noftte tic savago fcrocitv of chare'.y.er a, that, v.iged by deruiMiy' Tillage, enemy - e:vr>.;!*. practice, denoting aston-:-,.i':g ! ■ ■ :'■ ,:- ■■ ■ -:■ ci .ii t.'eriiKiH rnontalitv iy> iei'h "li.c .oti-.:;., u" w,, : ,i cu nuil L':_t_R ,-:■' _;eo-. ■■. ... ,;;,,.;. 5,.,1di..r.s and ■uno■: . u.u-u ■ .ii tee. wounded, and rnerci-F.RI.'S-lif.S FOODEi-iSS. it-ondcc 'Ttrces' a:.J 'Sun' Services.) t':e brink of =r ■■. v:i. u. The worst tale's THE RES; TAN" FRONT. r;rRMAN<' TRii.Vi'rriNtT Sl'Kf.E. Pi'i'HOCPAD. .Tr.r.r.arv S. (■;■: :-•": V.V.b Ee excepth-u of isolated scte"'u on tho Sukha-EoiinolT front, fheie c ■■.-!: cur ; - it: ■■..-, tried f.ioge nv-'.hod.-, us : .-'•:■ lis" n'r" cover."''' W«"r«> .i V ':ue o;' *L\&.,f,\ 'cttpttired by 'th^'Cer-AE-:':iA'S AIIMY. TRKA?AiriNT OP IEifERTIiRS. London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sua' Serrivos.) i LONDON. January 7. i i ..;- .-ud parad-el C-. m tin.aigli tho streets I .' l'eoar-:.-:, lite crowd throtving refuse j H'iJT' IN Tt'ciNlA. i HOME, January 3. \ (b.;u:a::s are hurryirjg to liosui i i ruei e _-i:ici.:r;>tiug at eierajevti. i "\ It \ A 1 1 IVU I L 1 (I vll hj n-f iit\i u i i \ - T g l til til _ tOlt b , 1 1 [ 1 „ t- 1 O t * V 1 I t ! t t r ii] i' v 11 I 1 ) < l 1 ill C \ 11 IN -v! r VM V. Iris n '1 "-i' ji i .-yd-rj 'Sr.n' SerTices J | T' \i)ON, J., in >iv 7. ' ' - t * .u d the v 1 r< ' 'ii ti lii tl 1 I. ut| v- - . o d v 1! . i v■uj % Huti/'i , '• i v r i f inn - - i%. • i i , il 1u 1 u . .1, a. 1.1 tiL I ' V J "tUMA.VIA."" I NEETIEM.EIV NO T.ONGIiE. j LONDON, Jamiarv R. ' Co- 'M-.rring I'ostV correspi.iidciit I --. mi. - : •'Huiriai'.in has definitely arraii2fl.il : ■ :'■■•• I'niled Stales to attend to iliunan- i :■ :. .r;--re-ts in I'.erlin and Yioniia..'' | A EEOKEN lOiliD. ! .\MS'I'E.i;DAMi. 'January 8. '!'■•:•> is 'e> referenee to the. Turkish A- •■.:.:••■ in the Caucasus; in any of tho GcrWAIT T.LL SEEING. (London 'Tircoa' and Sydney 'Eixa'Sorrices.) : LONDON, January, 7. i De'in ao'eu.eees ti;:,e tile E-ussiajis show j :i.:,t thfr are tired of the war. I TEE LATEST ALLIANCE. ! 1 1 l 'Xi i'a ISi 'uty Sxn' "" e ) Ij 1 ( ( HL> Ji i -v 7 | O'a "lii 1 j <.'» t f ino t <;lni I i c ti i pn-i.elintul n_E i 1 i_ iiti nja"ct jn \ th Ft t i 1 a. nLc, r ro L c * cc ' c, i "- t0 -ifif t It <;nmt> tl it the ipli, k ■■• y s, in u L cW ot \ i t uiiou Con tnt noplo Ho , -d tn . r eitrn t TO tl"b Imer 1 t jitl r Oil tw fr n Gcmim mt g Inir tie r»ton nt Ind arr vod lirL"V t ii i hi < 1 1.,-Ukih bv tn i a l k!■ stl u H lelmg fl

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FRANCO-BELGIAN FRONT., Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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FRANCO-BELGIAN FRONT. Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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