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PRISONERS AND I GUNS.

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RUMANIA

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RUMANIA "PRESSED BACK SOUTHWARDS." ENEMY REVERSE IN RUMANIA. RUSSIANS TAKE PRISONERS AND GUNS. I (Admiralty, per Wireless Press.) PETROGRAD, Thursday. The official communique reports the capture by the Russians on the Ruma- nian front of 300 prisoners, three cannon, 60 machine-guns, aod some mine-throwers and bemb-tfrrowers. This success resulted from an attack! I on the enemy's position south of the mountains of Botoch. I (Admiralty per Wireless Press.) PETROGRAD, Wednesday. On the Moldavian frontier the enemy, twice Assumed the off ensive on the sector extending from the village Cotumba as far as the valley of the R-iver Sultza and south i beyond it, brat everywhere he wa-s repulsed by our fire. In this region we Regained a portion of the trenches lost by us yesterday on one of the heights. The Rumanians are conducting attack.* north of the (River (six miies east oi the Hungarian frontier)., The enemy in the m u-ning ntt&cked the Rumanians east of Sopchan (on the upper s.ream of the Hiv?' Susitwi), but was beaten ba?k and puued by cavalry. The enemy withdrew in a westerly direction. During the day the enemy resumed his :.ttiK? w1th sup?ftor ? forces, ;md pr?-ed bak the Rum?mans to their former posltion. Under the cover of a drum fire bombard- ment with shells containing asphyxiating gas, the enemy, I I In close formation, -1 11 -L -z, attacked along the railway soatn-w«?t oi Focsani a portion of one of our regiments. On being met by our well-directed fire the enemy hastily retired to his ov. n trenches, and did not attempt a further attack. One of our i-ifle regiments took by assault the village of Gulianka (south-west of the River Rimnie) and captured six officers, two doctors, a.nd 205 ra.nk and file, as well as five cannon and eight machine-guns, By &u attack on the part of our detach- ments the villages Kiovenu and Maksineni (south-east frcm the village of Gulianka) were also captured. The enemy detachments which were occupying these villages were I Iresed back southwards. GERMAN CLAIMS. I (Admiralty, per "Wireless Press. ) BERLIN. Wednesday JNignt. j Macin and Jijila, in the Dobrudja, have been captured. (Note.iijila is six miles north-west of Macin, and five miles north-east of Braila.) BRAILA CRAIN TRANSFERRED. GENEVA, Wednesday. Large stocky of grain have been trans- ported from Braila to Ismail (sixty miles down the Dauube)!V-('f^% Express cor- > ■ • • < vi DEAríp'E5t;í'iS¡¡ ¡ ,.1 I ARMOURED CAR. (Press Association War Special.) PETROGRAD, Thursday. The version of yesterday's Russian 1 communique mentions that according to further information received: On Janutry 1st a British armoured car j advanced rapidly on the road along the I Danube, from Brailoff to Vizeron, in-, flitting heavy losses on the enemy. i

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