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COMPARATIVE QUIET

ON ANGLO-FRENCH FRONT. SEVERE WEATHER CONTINUES. Fre?3 Association—By Telerrspa—Copyright. PAULS. January 10. Olh'.ial: W"> cva'-nateu J,a- Buise'tle owing lo imo e.\n!'- sion ef an ammunition .-tore" igniting the vil!a_-e. Later we e-miner attacked and reoeenpiod th.e vdhige. The enemy bombarih-d St. Paid. We hi ought down and (aptmed two aeroplane- at Larde-Duc. and to Jc prisoners th.e four aviators. There aiv- smovsloi ills Horn tie- Aigouue to the Vosc-es. Tlll-i SOIS-ON'S Ficur. S'IIT.BORN MOROCCANS COYFMFD FIIFN'CH II FTP FA'I . PALIS. Janna'y 19. wei. a I I'v.'VV a> a rearguard )h-v allowed th.e Oerniau- to adsaiee in .-erin-,1 uua-.-es mili! t'nev en •..■red tic- vidaey, \. h- e ■ iiev -a*-. ne*l hie u it'u r:!le> aed mack:!..' mil;, ji.-iu every ! on.-. I ic, Icriiiii., i'. ■. :c ■■.nai.le to iual ,-. .V, r. fi.eV Itii til he,:p - ll'.tli tile .vtll't t v.,:- !»!': ii! '<!•, ad. and ■■ >«::: u ilhdiew. I. ■tie- )!:<;. at'eiujitiiil t<> <aiiy the vil ;,,!_;,. ii-,.iu ";■,.. eastein Hank. 'I iirce companies oi M.if". e.in.s. ictus: !•; to oliey reM.itrd .rdeis to i /tire, rtisued out, .-Mid t'c.eie i'-a- a :Y:e;kM"iil int-lee. The Moroe,.l'is, lisiii-.' navenets and iitl? l.at's, hnrh-.l li .■ • e.'rrc.ii..-. le.n.k and relired under cover A i'KL'Ntll LlA'li-AV id' LIA'FNT FICHUNt; I'LoM SFA TO ALSACF. PALIS, J.iuuarv 10. A Ik. u ■'! f\. -wi tiies.. at Headquarters .„;, r M.c .-inc.. ;in- r'.h inst. the Allies liii'vi- , ous.eidated then- .-.ue-.:ecr.-.«i beyond .iv Y.-'■!. l-twccn S ! . Gcerecsaud the sea,. and t -tnnre-d a. ..ti"ii;' in idee ever the ': .-- r :■■ a.-sur-> their <."innuiiuca.li';!ni%. i i:e .oiijjvs, ru; tho 7':-' 1 inist., capuire*! oil '.•oiiutei'-mtaek-. lhi> < h'rlliau.-. have , ice aiciudoied their . tteiiitit to dispute . cr fios.so.-i-Mi of the hnd^*head. IV-'cii on the \\-er we stopped -rent o'i in,in iT "i.-;\e s in October and Novein- ■■'•.■. ;:;e i-h.'iiu.-'s did not ttop our oftenOe v.- !.:•:■ i we Itave the lllitish a-- I.:' a-sS'aic ;.. I.i, where they ::.'•■ re.i:■ •; :| .- ciicn y :...- p, ice. Ai-.-i ;,j'ltinu at I.a Loisello on the 10th •. .ei mans a.-keii for an armistice to ;-i'k up tiic-ir wounded, but tin, Allies reu.~, d tins an-i e.-taf.ii-h.'d themselves in n'di-r trench .-..mth of I.a Ro'wlle. The F'ej.iii hue in tic Perthes <li.-nii.l- is now ■.'. o kdouie. res liort-i mi the. j" sit ion oc-.lite-il en Dce-rnlvi 21. ";;-., -ice/. w ,ir contituirs a.t noi--Ie- •.: v. ifxeedcnl i.-iiits have b....p consolidated ie Fi'.|e" Ak-aie. P-mine; tiei.-c h_'htiuLT i; t 1 ■■ ."--»J i in-t. a: i ',n i v tie- Cei mans -cptUM-.l a trench. ollr0 llr ,itie s choke,! •i eh mud, an 1 it was impo.s.,iMe ;.. fir* . \\> i, apuii'.d ill-- tieni ii on the 7th. and ~.. ...,-.v pro,'!-, -sine, Ftlit'ier east Gerin.in reiufoi, ■•ineuts were imaUe to stop oefi, ;;;■;■ caiiciee ' iioititons dtni'.nlrics, CAFi'AsL'S CAMPAIGN. THF. IU'SSIAV PULSFI I', i iTJKs .'-'OIH-ilA' HA!U;[i:i). i'l-riIIoGLAD, Januaiv 10. 'h'.i'th' ,ii .lenih-s end.a! in : v hand, eo ..'-,,!-._ th" r rii'es.' *T'ic le,uM'>! UL\:\ /.o»'l.s f'F'iPOCHAD. .Nniur.i-v 10. 'Dm it'.- 'he In-: b;i :,i!t,-h: tn I'-Veinbe:-"t.-e. ~-al ().-.;;, jeif ,i,i, lined .~':1 Au,l ri;in eh'.,-. 2>.2iV.' --.idi-is. and o2 r.u s. CFLMAN IuiMINANC;-: IN AI'STLi-VS ,\FFAIi:s. AMSTFI'.DA.M. January VL P.!!•'•!: Step]l"|l Jlliri.ltl, who ;,;;■•; !-!],'. V.ui.-i->r ->: Aiiftri;i-Htuii;.iiy. ha> a.centcd t ; .-' Kai.-er'.s invitation to -v :-i; him at, ..- ad'piart ci s. Tie tiertu.i!! newspapers n-Ce -a. it'll ;• -a-uie that Laion Liuiau ,1.1- .-übmitted ■■: f ; 'e <-ui.-- -e (~ G--.r;iiany in the direclU'MANlA LI'ADY. (London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Serriees.) LONDON". Janiiarv 13. 'J';;-- 'limes',' I'eiiorrad correspondent .rates that Lsimaniiin in: erveurior; in t-'iie •■' at is ap'i ted v. itll'ti :i. I'm'tiii'.-ht.

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COMPARATIVE QUIET, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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COMPARATIVE QUIET Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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