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RUSSIAN FLEET.

ACTIVITY IN THE BLACK SEA. PETKOGRAD. January 10. (Received January 11, at 8.50 a.m.J It is semi-offi. ially announced that the Russian fleet i.night the Breslau and the Tiamidieh on January 6, inflicting serious, damage. The Ku.-sian vessels destroyed a, number of the enemy's, steamers 'and sailing v\s-.-e!<s at Sinope, i'lebi/.oud, and clsowhrre on January 8, and liombaTded Kiiopah. I*. i> reported that the Turkish torpedo gun Wit IVik-i-Sehevket via.s daniSIEGE OF J'RZK.MYSL. , SICKNESS AMONG GARRISON. ROME'. January 10. i Received January 11, at 8.50 a.m.) The Russians captured an aeroplane from ITzemyst carrying the alarming report that there are 5,000 sick troops in the city. Tlio cold is, intense, 20 decreets of frotd beirr.' registered. The soldiers are burning door-s windows, find furiiiitu.ro to warm themselves. BEI!LIN'S RECOGNITION. GRANT FOR HLNDENT.URG FOR SliirViOES IN POLAND. BERLIN, January 10. Tieceived January It, at 5.50 a.m.) The municipality havo approved of an expeiiclituie of 15,000 marks tabouD JU7SO) as a gift for General Hindenbuig.

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RUSSIAN FLEET., Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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RUSSIAN FLEET. Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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