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I I t RUSSIA j sommonomonow I MASTERS OF ALL POSITION3. RUSSIANS FIRMLY I FIXED. AUSTRIANS REPORT I SIX ATTACKS. PARIS, Wedji. £ J;iy. I. Ludovic Nandeau telegraphs to oho "Petit Jouinai" from Petrojiad under date I ■January U as follows: — All the enemy's go outer-attacks have failed. The Russians remain masters of all t.he positions they j > e captured. Both sides ai, c vl-gor,.iu.Lly entrenching themselves. During the night the enemy attempted nothing at anv point and ali Wa5 quiet. I (Press Association War Special.) PETROGRAD, Wednesday. To-day's Russian commuiiique says: — Western Froait.—BetvfceTi Olai and Wei a. small pa,ity of Germans tried to cross to the right bank of the River Misso, but they were dispersed by the fire of our ali,axd !K* Ll. Our soouts made vigorous' reconoais- sauces near Lake Kangetrt, before Tenauk, and east of Peankauen, during which they had hand-to-hand encounters with ni'inerl- cally superdior enemy forces, whior; re- peatpdly ended to our advanta.ge. Our scouts in the region of the PoneviesJi rail- way line cut two rows of barbed wire en- taaglements and then used hand grenades and dislodged the Gervians from their trenches. There is no change on the rest of the iron t. HAIL OF SHELLS." AUSTRIAN REPORT OF I BITTER FIGHTING." (Press Association War Spe-oial.) I AMSTERDAM, Wednesday. The comuuiLuque issued m icnua tD- I cia-v says :— the batt lefield on the Bessarabian fron- tier was again yesterday the scene of bitter fighting. Shortly after noon the enemy began to pour a bail of shells on our positions. Three hours later the first; infantry a t tack was begun, and was fcil-, lowed by IOU. others, up 10 ten in the i e-entug when the enemy columns, attack- ing in close formation, tried for the sixth i time to penetrat.e our lines. j Assisted by the excellent fire of the; I artillery, our brave- defenders repulsed all attacks. The retreat of the enemy occasionally degenerated into a disorderly flight, and. his losses were great. Before the sector! of one battalion SOO dead Russians a.re b'?g- i The North Moravian Infaatry Rfgiment' and the Honved regiments especially dis- e.n.-I the Honved reg'nient,, espoetally di?-

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