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Tress Association—By Telegraph—Copyright, j i’Aßi>, January 9. I: A officially nma-unci'd the Allies [ hav. l carried a- re;ioni■' , < ant'ired two lino.' <.i ’-1 -: . 'm. .am .‘V, v 'ss 11MI v readied till' tid'd lino r.nrth < -, t Sn.-'s ms. ! pbrnruiins Tv;< ;• .a ;i■ iii;>t>• >lto r* rap;ia ■ tin' positim. but lad d, \ I ’;‘ innear ilantcd. hewn, i hc-e compelled iht> Aide,' to toil Buck ', ■ ■ ■t to. : a-' (’Mont- of a udoia 1 , hat- thw lonntor-.Tttiu'kcii tinri rc- ... , the '- t 1 -a*; - vviy i r.lli.iiii-iy. Env cc.p: uivd a hill near S.npir and *i- .- ■ .il <.<i;'i;all; ia- ’.-'r • I hay uis>> ■■m h.-cd i !.;ve vi.k in ■■ ■ -al ■r- atla. hs. Jm • ,a' ylormaus baadi.inie i >0 .-sous. ’If::! ha. the Tai:Courts. i mi - artillery south -a laa-a and I 'i.ii-mii 1 dv,:mhshed the C-ennaiii’ nan hum guns. . ■•> ti.-ir arridi. iv, and Kirtioi ihvii' tn-..alien. , :,i (i-i-ai.ins attacked our on ;i y west of i a-rt lias, ha. laihel. \\ a , aamr g'tached and vanmml t-he Carniau r hes h-tivot-n ’>- hid and Perthes, ulso hv a aim ada ai' a a dired- attack i a i ai R"rth vs. I in-. Ada s inn’c ad beyond the a- hj boring woods. The eta; a das hero aa. -’.inted to 500 raot-re- directly ahead. i.nir ariiliety inflicted i o i'iderahle losses id aa.,' tiie on tiro rro.-.r. a: ’im .Rhctins turn A ritoiiue <iif=tricts. din* Allies hive progressed in the VC evre and laTtia-w.-'t of Eiircy, Dally V.V--:i, and ha Retro V;cmd. and have a;,, •■•.tallied their positions a:, i'-rnay. Id, a i intiiiy. who ••■■•‘iv s’.tv ugly I'dn- !■ :aed. Tauraunh'd 1. 11 mi npt le-licn;. tint I"-: im avi ly, • lanraty 10. i niiainl ; The enemy were agin; repulsed ’""t’'.wards *-i Scissor.#, and were driven da-V in tiie vicinity of ■r t liois, within nvy RERLrXA ACCnCNT. Aid >T ER Id AM . .Tirana ry 9. A Cvrnviu C'emnnni’.'pie states that the 1 •■■rjrians repulsed several attacks north- . ~s: of soissp;>s. ii:{lieting heavy Josses on : he. Id'cneli. it also states that they rc* P i'.wd «a a, nark near I’erthos, with severe r remit losses. They stormed a, position in the Eastern district, capturing many prisoners. M i ue-t il rowan id-w,- up an undefended 1 ranch at Eiirey the raeuaiit the JTvm hj ;■ itpied tiie tavni. <b-stroyiu ’ the entire drench force. They ad so recaptured Burn-h.uipt-ie-H.'uil mid the From hj advnneed trenches, taking ,190! prisoners. 111-.IH ! 1 d'• IMI ."rsl<TXJ;ii I',S RER'aRT. Idle Prime Minister has received rhe f-i; wving front tiie iftgh CoMtuussioiier, dated London, January 9 ;7.~5 pan.) ; Paris reports that two Allies damaged the enemy's ueiiclies, siima jug their inirrtiiilsusv.s, soutii o: yj res. Tin- Allies wero su|*erior in the artillery c.-mba-t at Arras and Amiens, sonpir Jiili was drilhm. carried, tiie enemy being thrice reimW'vd. The Allies g.iil.ed liiieo lines of trenches, covering a nveu- of GOO metres. Two eimmy, laiiiii-g to recapture the. lest positions, bombarded Sotssous, setting fire to the Palace or Justice. Tin* enemy's mitra-ilieusn: shelters smith of l.aon ami Cruouns were demolished and tii.-ir artiliery Wiiß .'iicuced. whiio their tre-uches were overthrown by a direct r.itack. The aVilies captured the Ihriims village, gaining 590 metres. At Rheirns and in tht- Ai'gornio the s\;l:es mlimicd appivcn.ldo lasses by artillery, dim Alims su wsd is. violent attack m !>:.■ Argomm. and by a eoiiiitt'r-at.tai:']-: tv. a nn-d tiieir original (••••sition. .•xHjth ei i '•■■l'liay tim enemy, errongiy re'nforced, menpmd Hamieiiiptdeiianl- at heavy w-st. WELLi N( ( h\ . dannary 10. (iiTwinl advice hj..- ’■ :■ ■■••ived by rf is Pivcilcmy tub tdovi-ini.-r i r-.m i Srcrcti.rv of ;--'atc fur tim (;9.: w, d..,i.'d January 3 turi da! news: Tim F:'"w;i and Jinsman rc-poris arc sanslam, -y. <dcnn:;n aeroplanes when wr;-a atremf.t- ; :;g ;-> approach .knrdwni pm to High 1 . i I'-lor l iennan aftimks nr va.incnis jm.nis wem repulsed. The Jhissnut ofim-swa' continues in id, kiaw ina.. (i ERL'A A DEAD. BURIAL .NEAR ANTWERP. AMSTEH RAM. January 9, The ‘Telegraph slates that every night trams fad of Ida man cl- ad arrive at ( apeile. imar Antwcio. 'Jim bodies, which arc bound together in three with wire, are buried in gi a vr.-i which are dug by the inhabit ants.

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CIERCE GERMAN EFFORT, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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CIERCE GERMAN EFFORT Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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