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  4. THE WAR FROM DAY TO DAY

    Six new armies of three army corps each are announced as constituting the new British military force, forming far the largest standing army that Great ...

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  7. BAFFLED IN POLAND

    Russian experts consider that the long battle of the four rivers in Poland hat virtually ended. The enemy has every-where been repulsed with heavy losses ...

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  8. SUCCESS IN ALSACE

    There has been fierce fighting down at the extreme south of the French line, in the neighborhood of Thann and Mulhau. sen. The town of Cernoy. nnd the little ...

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  9. TURKS DEFEATED

    The Turks have suffered a severe defeat at the hands of the Russians in the Caucasus, and a whole army corps has been annihilated or taken prisoners ...

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  10. FRENCH FORCE OUT TO PIECES.

    When the French drove the Germans from Thann (north-west of Mulhautcn) the former attempted to throw a bridge across the Thur River, west of Cernay. ...

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  11. FUTILE OPPOSITION.

    The Turks fought desperately to retain their hold upon Sarykamisb, making frequent sorties with the bayonet, and even the wounded continued firing ...

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  12. NEW ARMY COMMANDERS.

    The new armies will be commanded respectively by Lieutenant-Colonel sir Doughas Haig, General Sir Horace Smith-dorrien, Lieutenant-General Sir ...

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  13. SIBERIANS' FEAT.

    A force of forty Siberians crossed the Bzura at Sochoczew (thirty miles west of Warsaw) at night, with muffled paddles, und then crawled into woods, through the ...

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  14. A RACE FOR THE HEIGHTS.

    The French, seeing their grave danger, began to race for the heights. The chastcurs scaled two glacis and a batricade of tree trunks, and after a ...

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  15. ADMIRABLE TROOPS.

    The quality of the men forming the new force appears to be all that can be desired. The Territorials and Empire troops (presumably the Canadians) now ...

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  16. TROPHIES OF VICTORY.

    The 9th army corps was annihilated, and thr commander, Iskhnn Pasha, with over 100 officers, and a large number of men, guns, and machine-guns, and ...

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  17. "DON'T LET CO."

    On the occasion of the German victory at Lowicz, on December 17, the Kaiser sent the following telegram to General von Mackensen:—"I am full of ...

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  18. DISCOVERED BY CAVALRY.

    The German guns were cleverly concealed in a forest of fir-trees, and the aeroplane scouts had been unable to detect them but the cavalry, with the greatest ...

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  19. A SICNIFICANT WARNING.

    But remarkable as has been the response to the appeal for men, and admirable as it the temper and quality of the new troops, all has not yet been ...

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  20. The Capture of Steinbach

    The possession of Steinbach has hotly contested. The Germans had transformed the houses and gardens into redoubts, and had placed ambuscades of machine ...

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  21. THE NIGHT MARCH TO DEATH.

    At one point on the banks of the Bzura, the Germans attempted to surprise the defenders by a night attack. Their approach was perceived, and they ...

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  22. The Albanian Revolt

    The situation in Albania is assuming alarming proportions, and a state of siege has been declared at Durazzo. On Sunday the insurgents who are in revolt ...

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  23. The Russians in Hungary

    The Russian advance through Gallcia and across the Carpathians into Hungary is creating consternation, and alarm in Austria, and inhabitants are panic-stricken ...

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  24. Kitchener to the Nation

    The House of Lords was crowded on Wednesday evening in anticipation if Lord Kitchener's promised statement on the progress of the war. The galleries ...

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  25. GERMANY'S PLANS UPSET.

    A report from venice states venice states that Italy's expedition to Valona, the principal seaport of Albabia, appears to have produced irritation in Vienna. It is thought ...

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  26. THE TERRIBLE 75'S

    While this had been taking place the French were busy placing their gum In position on the captured heights, dominating the village; and on Monday ...

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  27. SIX ARMY CORPS IN TROUBLE.

    Three Austrian army corps are now in a demoralised condition in the mountains south of Przcinysl. The cold is intense, and many have been frozen to death. ...

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  28. CAUGHT IN THE SNOW.

    A whole Austrian battalion surrendered near the Uszok Pass,-and-in the same district a column, with its staff, was captured, together with a number of military ...

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  29. A DASTARDLY DEVICE.

    The French again approached the village in open columns at noon, but a machine-gun in a church tower swept the edge of the wood, where there was a ...

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  30. A MENACE TO ITALY.

    It is significant that a German army corps has been sent to occupy Southern Trentino, in Austria, facing the Italian frontier, a district that Italian patriots ...

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  31. HORRORS OF ALPINE WAR.

    Three Hungarian officers, who were released on parole, relate that they fought for a fortnight between Uszok and the Dukia mountain slopes. Hundreds of ...

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  32. INEXPLICABLE BRAVERY.

    "But there has never been a greater call fur resolution and foresight; never a moment when we ought to have set our teeth more grimly than now." he ...

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  33. PICKING OFF THE GUNNESS.

    The ventilators in the granary wall of the farm farmed perfect loop-holes, from which the crack shots picked off the Prustian gunners one by one, thus ...

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  34. GERMANS IN CONSTANTINOPLE.

    To give an idea of how completely Constantinople is in the hands of the Germans (writes a correspondent), I may mention an incident. I went one day to ...

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  35. "A TRIUMPHANT END."

    In conclusion, Lord Kitchener declared, "the great initial advantages the Germans enjoyed because of their numerical superiority and extensive preparations, is ...

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  36. "AT ALL COSTS."

    Prussians and Bavarian have been sent to aid the Australian and have been ordered to hold their ground, at all costs Meanwhile, feverish, preparations are ...

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  37. THE BLAZING STABLE.

    The battle continued with every lane an ambuscade, and every cottage a fortress. The possession of a wall or door became the object of furious ...

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  38. A False Statement

    Herman Blass, an Austrian, one of the interned aliens at Douglas, has been chutged with having written a tetter in lemon juice, which, when heated ...

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  39. TERRIBLE HARDSHIPS.

    The severity of the winter in Eastern Europe is creating terrible hardship! for the troops, and a thousand wounded Austrian have arrived at Meran from Galicia ...

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  40. THE NEW ARMIES.

    In reply to questions, Lord Kitchener stated that the six new armies that were being' organised included the Indian Hoops, but did not include the ...

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