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iN OUR HANDS. MESOPOTAMIA POSI- TION. ISHEIK SAAD TAKEN BY BRITISH. (Rtuter Foraign Special.) i DELHI, Thursday. An official communique issued here states that General AyJrner's force earned the Turkish positions élt Sheik Saa-d on January 9, and is concentrated thare. The Turks w'e retiring northward alcxn<r the TIgris. ° Oonfusing Messages. (Note.-—Mr. Austen Chaniu^rlain toid Parliament on Monday night that General Aylmer reported all attaclj. on the Shedk SéJ,d position which failcl to make pio- gresa, on the st-ii. On the 9th, however. General Aylmer telegraphed that the enemy was retreating, that he was in pur- suit, and that heavy rain wa*j hindering the pursuit. War correspondents stated ex- plicitly that the Sheik Saad position had .been abandoned by t'le Turks.) Now we have a fresh official report re- porting a battle at Sheik Sa-ad on the 9th uiie captu.re of a position which the Turks ero .v-i.id some days a.go to have evacuated during the 9th. The only thing that is dear is that Shcik iiaad is in our hands.

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