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    Reuters Petrograd correspondent says that the Russians are moving on Kovel. They are now across the whole stretch of the Stochod River, between the Kovel and Rojistche railways. The salient towards Kovel is thus extended until it is about 20 miles from Kovel. ...

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    The end of the war is not in sight. The Prime Minister, straight back from the heart of affairs, cannot prophesy its early termination. The restricted trading conditions which ...

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    Last night the enemy multiplied his counter-attacks against our newly-won positions at the Wood of Hem and Monacu Farm. The fighting was particularly violent at the farm, where the enemy momentarily gained a footing, but a brilliant counter-attack drove him out again. All attacks on Hem were repulsed by our ...

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    The Times correspondent on the west front adds that the Germans have increased their artillery strength on the Somme front, but cannot outmatch the British. Artillery duels have reached a pitch of violence which could not have been credited only a few months ago. ...

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  8. Enemy Hard Pressed for Men

    The Petrograd official message, issued late to-day, says:--"The advance at the River Stockhod front continues. The enemy's heavy guns bombarded Brody and the forts of the River Boldurovka. "There is desperate fighting on the greater part of the front. The enemy is ...

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  9. Germany's Reserves Depleted

    The British, says Reuter's correspondent on the west front, are now attacking the third line, which the Germans have enormously strengthened, utilising the forced labor of thousands of Belgians. The opinion in Paris, based upon the slaughter of German reinforcements and the weakness of the enemy's reserves, is confidently expressed that the ...

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  10. Hungarian Regiment Captured

    Our troops have advanced fighting on the Stochod River. They captured in the bend of the river the whole of the 21st Hungarian Regiment, including the commander and regimental staff. Elsewhere we took 21 officers and 914 men, with four machine-guns. During the pursuit of the enemy in the Brody district our ...

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  11. Enemy Version of Somme

    German war correspondents allege that the Anglo-French offensive at the River Somme has broken down, and that the British losses are between 150,000 and 250,000, and the French half the British total. Major Moraht, the well-known military writer, in the Berliner Tageblatt, thinks that ...

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  12. Has Austria Had Enough?

    Experts are beginning to take the most serious views of Austria's plight. General Corsi, writing in the Rome Tribuna, estimates that since June 4 the Austrians have lost 300,000 prisoners and 300,000 in killed and wounded on the Russian front and 150,000 casualties on the Italian front. ...

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  13. Tardy German Admissions

    The Berlin official message, according to Amsterdam, concedes that the attack between Pozieres and Longueval was successfully executed at night after it had failed in the daytime. The Germans claim to have captured 12 officers, 1769 men, and 13 machine guns, but the whereabouts of this feat is vague, also whether these captives are ...

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    The Prime Minister, Mr. Asquith, presiding at a banquet given by the British Government to the visiting overseas members of Parliament, said:-- ...

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  15. The Long, Hard Road to Lemberg

    "The success of General Brussiloff's plans is shown by the grand total of his prisoners--382,000--with wounded and killed beyond computation. Kovel is menaced on two sides by General Kaledin and General Lesch. Moreover, the movement of Kaledin's left wing westward threatens both Sokal and Stojanoff, which are the terminal stations of ...

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    A returned corporal describes the last preparations before the attack at Pozieres. On the 21st the Australians occupied the old German trenches about 100 yards from the new ...

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    Mr. Beach Thomas, the Daily Mail's correspondent on the western front, says that the Germans are making desperate efforts to resist the advance. They are doggedly ...

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    The Merchant Service Guild is arranging for a memorial to Captain Fryatt, formerly in command of the Brussels, who was murdered by the Germans at Bruges. Mrs. ...

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    The Flushing mailboat Wilhelmina has struck a mine and is sinking. The weather is calm. Later. ...

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  20. Other Maritime Losses

    The British steamer Claudia, 1144 tons. Stockton-on-Tees, and the Norwegian schooner Mars, have been sunk. ...

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  21. Outside the Pale

    The Times, in a leading article, says:--"The nation will help the Government to carry out to the uttermost its decision in the Fryatt case. We deprecate reprisals as being ...

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  23. A YEAR AGO

    A report from Copenhagen states that Warsaw will soon be in the possession of the Austro-German forces. A Vienna official report says that the ...

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    In the House of Commons to-day the Prime Minister, Mr. Asquith, said that the Government had learned, with the utmost indignation, of the atrocious murder of Captain ...

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