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I ARMISTICE CANARD.

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ARMISTICE CANARD. An Austrian official report declares that on Tuesday the Commander-m-L'tuei of the Russian and Rumanian troops on the whole Rumanian front made pro- posals for negotiating an armistice. A statement lissued by the Prets Bureau says there i; no truth whatever in tlB "shameful statement" that Ru- manian troops" approached the Austrian C jminander-in-Chief with a proposal for an armistice. The latest official Rumanian commu- nique is dated Monday. It reports a raid by Romanian troops, who brought back ) prisoners and war material. "NEVER!" The American hed Crt»ss Mission, wmeh has returned to a Pacific port from Ru- ma. ia, brings a message from King Fer- I dini id to President Wilson declaring that Rumania will never make a separate peace.—Reuter. I RUMANIAN OFFICIAL, December 3rd (received to-day). On various sectors in Bukovina attempts at fraternisation by the enemy have been replied to by fusillades. On the rest of the front there has been firing and bombardment. December 1st (Rumanian Front).-In the region of the Mahali Siret attempts at fraternisation by the enemy were pre- vented by our artillery fire. I';nemy batteries Jk^ve shelled Russian trenches in the region Boltaval),ni.- I Admiralty, per Wireless Press. MORE RUSSIANS GO OVER. PARIS, Thursday. The newspapers report that General Tcher bat chetf. Russian Commander on the South-Western Front, is said to have con- cluded an armistice, being unable to resist the contagion of the spirit of anarchy. The newspapers believe that before ac- cepting the idea of an armistice'he en- tered into negotiations with the Ruman- ian Government, which declared that it in no way authorised him to speak in the name of the Rumaian troops. The Matin points out that the situ- ation of the Rumanian soldiers is ex- tremely difficult, and adds :—The Allies arc giving all assistance possible, and ample concessions to Rumania are being considered." The Petit Journal has interviewed tho Rumanian Senator. M. Paul Brata- sono, who declared that it would. be an insult to the stoical .Rumanian people to suggest to them the idea of a separate peace. The great danger would be for the Entente to distrust Rumania. Flag, King, Government, soldiers, women and children. M. Bratisano con- cluded, were fighting the invaders and living and dying for the national idea of bringing together under the same flag all the eons of the same country.—Press As- sociation War Special. MURDER OF A GENERAL. I Reuter's Petrograd correspondent in a msage sent on Wednesday and received on Thursday, says:- An official Maximalist report states that General Dukhonin was dragged out of Kryienko's railway carriage, where he had been taken for safety. Krylenko and his staff interposed vainly between the General and the crowd.—Reuter.

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