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I RUSSIA I" FLIHICUS I —- FUETHER POSITIONS SEIZED, I CONTINUED RUSSIAN SUCCESSES. I I (Press Association War Service). PJLTROGRAD. Wednesday. ?e Russian communique to-daN7 aY1\ :??uth of hhn Pripet region at Ejccuksot?- i,,uth of t'?i-) Ptiprt reg,.on at l?-oui-,wtz- In the re?mn of the Middle Strypa cur units consohdat-ed themselves on the gro:ddi I they had previously captured. Enemy at- tempts to perta.lae lost fortifications were re. puxsed with hean' Icpses to the efmemy. Non-h-eaat of C?rnowitx tmi.ms fighting '"outumns. <?ur iTOcps have seized lurjhor portions of' the enemy s positions. Hostile counter-attacks were beaten back, and our fire io?icued heavy losses cn the enemy. In this region one of our units ca.ptnd 18 ofnoprs, l,On wldien., and fw?r ma0hiue- guns. Caucasian Front.—In the coastal rrgion, on the River ^Vj'kh:>.ve, oar fire dispersed bodies of Turks concentrated in the nesgh- b'?u'JMod of the village of patadjur. ?'? o(>d o' tlip, vilia,e c)f Plt,,idju.i-. VN?IB honis.es m several districts. I RUSSiANS EiGHT LiNES DEEP. I ispecial.) AMSTERDAM, Wednesaay. j The communique issued in Vienia to-day says :— In Eastern Galicia and on the Buko"\V:na frontier our in^p^ were yesteiday again victorious at all points. j On the Bessarabian front during the fiist; hours of the afternoon the enemy again ooened very strong artideiy fire and once more an infantrv attack was directed against our positions near Tcporouti and at the frontier o; the Empire east of Racanize. The enemy ad vanced at some points in eight lines of attack close to our positions. His columns collapsed on reaching our ob- stacles, and the majority of them e\ea sooner, suSpnr.g great losses. Cr&at?n and | 3m¡th Hungarian regiments distmguishsd themselves by their tenacious resistance under most difficult conditions. i The Russia-n attack agiinst the bridge- head n°ai Uscieczko and in the Jazlowice sector shared a suniiar fate to those near Tope routs. Further north no important event3 oc- Icurred. IBACK ON SECOND LINE, I ENEMY DEFINITELY ON DEFENSIVE. ("limes" War Telegram, per Press Associa- tion.) [Gcpyrirhv. i PETROGRJU), Wednesday. (Receive d Thursday.) Though Austrr. uerman commiwaques claim that there is ro change in the southern situation and announce the impregnability of the defences of the Czernowitz front, the fact remains that we have pieiced the dispo- sitions which occupied the trenches in the immediate vicinity of the town, compelling the enemy to fall back to their secondary line and definitely assume the defensive. The enemy's losses i:1 th:.se 'engagements were enormous, as also in the neighbourhood of Cnartovysk, whore he was pressed back westward lor several miles. Steady advance is 1:5U recorded in the middle readies of the Stiypa.

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