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ON FRENCH LINES. NOME SUCCEED. Press Association— B.v Telegraph—Copyright. PAR! >, January 21. Official; The enmny gamed a- touting hi our trenches uoith of Notre Dam:- do Lorette, but were expelled as the n -uU ot a counter-attack, in wlnen ,100 were taken prisoners. At lucks at Albert, La ian spile, and Ln Fontain-.utx-Cl'iarnics, m Lie ■ -c----gonne, were also repulsed.


The High Commissioner cabled, Lrndcui. January 21: Bari-, reports that the.Allies ibcantumi yesterday a, trench at Notro Dsnip de T.orette. taking TO pn.-r-nm's. The enemy aUacklng south of lliicpva!. in the region of Albert, reached the Allies’ wire entanglements, and were (hen irpubcl 1 . Tit tee attacks were made, at La ib'belle, and met the same fate. in the Argon no a. German attack" at I.a Fontaine-nnx-Charntes wit- rope Hu I in a. ha.nd-to-hr.nd tight. A SIKH’S VIEW OF GERMAN WAR ENGINES. LONDON, January 20. A Sikh wrote ;" The enemy’s e.c:nbs fir.-t bn-kv dour, our mud walls in front, destroying many of (he trenches. The German- came in great mini hers, but v e slew thorn. The dead lay so high that wo could not f-'C im' corps:'-. At night t hey Cairo again, tilling the sky with lightnings—a kind of magic .secret they p- o'*.•-■=. .Again 'vo -!■•«■ them add. Tlmy h'lvc too many n,anilines, and these are !-■•■> cunningiv e< > tri'.-d ; otherwise they «re not onna! t>> Dm Sikh-.” GERMAN GEERRILLAR. TRAIN PR; ilj; ’■> SNIPERS. R; R\ lb >N. January 20. A tnu-Oi .rt r.rls-.'-T v. iilc- :—” -V lot of - vipers were caugiit---fell. ,v;~. in plain ■„ 'othes, who get. i-chind onr iine-and - hoot m troetops arc! hot!-.’-. Twcß, e were ta.pnm’d week, some rigrit out THE OITRESRKD BELGIANS. STATE I’.UTKRS. AM'-TERDAM, January 21. A German proehuuatiou forbids the porejiatinp. of Belgium to pnrehasa bread 2. Tiiey must attend at I - - Town Hall and -m-ive a voucher aa-c-rchng to file nnmoer of the family. WHAT SOCIALISTS FEAR. ANNEXATION OF BELGIUM. (London ‘Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) Id IN HON , January 20. The net remit of the Copenhagen, Conference of Racial Ft 5 of neutral European Rowers is a resolution directing the attention of workers, particularly those, in belligerent- countries, to the principles of m. Urnational solidarity and n, proletarian jenso of justice. "A- to stopping the 'car. caused by c ai-'RRGiu. this c;inference protest against th.i violation of the neutraiity of Belgium, and expci t all SoGgl 1 temocrats to vehc'iirntlv oppose it- fi.gvihiv annexation.”

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CONTINUED GERMAN ATTACKS, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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CONTINUED GERMAN ATTACKS Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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