BETWEEN THORN AND WARSAW. GERMANS PUSHED BACK. PETROGRAD, January 16. Official : The enemy have been expelled from Sierpee- They occupied fords on the Skrawa fa tributary of the Vistula), 40 mi lea east of Thorn, but- were unable to maintain the position, and have- fallen back northwards under our pressure. Operations are uneventful elsewhere. inactivity; ix galicia. VIENNA. January 16. Official : There is nothing doing in the Carpathians, increasing frost impeding operations. DISCONTENT IX AUSTRIA. RIOTING BEGINS. ROME, January 17. Nows. telegraphed from the. Austrian frontier shows that the situation is daily becoming more, dangerous. Food is at famine prices, and discontent is general. Anti-war demonstrations are- being made in all the largo centres. Tho rioters have constructed barricades in several towns, and conflicts have/ taken place with tiie police, who effected many at rests.
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IN POLAND., Evening Star, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915
IN POLAND. Evening Star, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915
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