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THE RUSSIAN ARMIES

HOLD LX It.MY IX CHECK. rrißOtißAn. January 20. .V coinmunnpm slate.-, that nothing im-l-O. *• ha. happened since January 19. lac (un-mans ‘-niUnvO heavy Ic-its in an attack mi lladli-w, In We-slem Haii'-ia, and 1 >’ R’l'-'ins in Kn.'nv.ina captured .Inhalin' .'■lit i, 15 verst, north of Foniawatra,

kilo High (‘einiui-'iciiier caldr.d yedcrti.av : Fetrogra-d ropoH.t that; north of Hawn. '< entral Polandi nvn nf the enemy's attacks were cm Awd !.y artillery, ain! t.lm. P'tinni, v. c. i l >; m ; o-.i I to ‘fad li; Kl ,-. To*’ ' term.an oif- ti.-hc at (he bbdge-head at Xo ke-.utze was n-peibd. In ■'.Ve’-U-ni llaiicii. tin etnnnv. having In-wily I'oinKiidid the fbe-.dan position sooth of liridiova, and -.a. lire to two vil-e-'rai;.:li inci't'. Tit-;, non a withering swlfcictl Siic.i!, in -sc -, and have fallen !'-■ llw iatw siiccc-sfnllv advancing :i it'ilow m,a. _ occupied‘t lie village IX Xt >KTI(IiIIX roj.AXD. nrssi.ws bush ahkad At.OXC Tin-: VI-ITI.A. i 1!. I >i 111 A I). dannanv 21. The niHUim i.lfon -ive in Una l.ov.vr Vispda region is inci The coimtiy i. ota.in; many hillocks. forests. and -vamps. The Id.!- ians along the AllawaIV.nsaw railway haive readied Conopki. 10 i.iilcs north of Cicchanof. worsting the : :■;> i’)iu-eneii?'l at Rictoun, 11 miles north-'s-a of dierpro ,north oi Flocks. from t wre the line ivudiw the VPtiila at i'oor/yn. The la-c Pcrtnan eoimteraitaek was dvo-at’-o cany [0 miles from dlockivar.

CALVASPS i A.Mi'A ItJX. TTBKS COM IT.i-iTKI.V ISUI.ATFD. FpXßtnX. Jannn.rv 20. .A corre.-pondegi writing in a; IV-Vrograd rm..-nims ting.- Ftiv.'i- Ba.-hc's a.mbiti'msainl pains m 1 1 i-i 1 aima-ii,-. Jg.v c eomplotelv Pil ’d. The maximirn. a re,' the enemy i"row anlc tc> aw vnog ' in tArmenian ii.-atre caunot woc.-d -HiJ.cOO men. The s >!.-■ course for r ■■ ;• m-aintiig Turks is to spot thyuis-nv-vs in Boy. ru'n and there <lie. capccr help fr-vn anv im.-rtet .*

AUSl'llu • ;Ei:M AX FORCE TO INVADE SKItVIA. CZECHS AND (MOATS wu.i. dkffnd m-xuAiiv. DL'CKARFST. January 21. Serious ani'k-ly ia .;ua#eJ hy Austria's iew concentration ii L;;ii Scrda. Neither L i-t 11 a;; no:’ 1 /■aft tivtvps <■:; v cmplovcd. Tho Austro-! Icrman under Fiance Ivngono will muni < r AM,(MO. Other troops arc garinring to oppose Russia i:i Bukowina. FRANZ JUS Ilf. VIENNA APATHETIC, LON DO A*. January 20 Tho Emperm, v.-hcii driving ip Poo* strcctw **; t X c :.i • • a t■* a. * * ■ ' ■ * ■-‘it. or mens <>i affection. ]!;.-> ear!!,ace passes in cornnk-ta silence. THE ALLIES' I'UK PA NATION'S. COVFRNMENTS 'i < >0 SIR HKTIVE. ANOTHER ; TIMES’ PROTEST. LONDON, January 21. • The Times,’ in a leading article, says: “We have strwnuly exprest-ed tlie opinion liuil the sileiusc of F e Administration rati :i) wants to kuow what the Lioveni-

) input are doing to ensure Ike necessary 1 mnfomunonts. Awl if this dcsiro is general here, how much stronger must it bo in France, whose jjeople have suffered the houxnt. of war? They long to hear moro regarding the efforts we are making in the common cause and when they aro likely to bear fruit in their deliverance." recruiting srors emigration. (London 'Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) LONDON. January 20. The Immigrants’ Information Office has I announced that, owing to recruiting for ; the war. assisted passages to Australasia j are practically suspended.

A BLOCKADE runner. WASHINGTON. January 21. Despite the British protest, .Mr M'Adoo, Se> ictiiry ot the United Staten Treasury, has aguv.l to issue insurance on the cargo of ihe Dacia which will pioeeed to Bremen and risk capture. NEW CAPITAL ISSUES. GOV MR NMKNT SA NOTION REASONABLE. (London ‘Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Services.) LONDON, January 20. ‘The Times’ says editorially ; ’’ When six hundred millions of money have' been spent in war alone for the year, it is only the meres': prudence for the Governmentto lay down restrictions on it,- outflow in other channels. Their notion at this moment in rcstiacting the issue of all livs.h capital without the sanction of the Treasiny has consequently eajused no particular surprise in financial eirules and has been very calmly received in, ihe Citv Stock .Exchanged’

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THE RUSSIAN ARMIES, Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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THE RUSSIAN ARMIES Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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