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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - August 28, 1914, Wellsville, New York M NEW On ' ' AND BACk FRENCH AND ENGLISH IN Held Oyt R The off the more week for North Lloyd Which with to Brandenburg down the the of 8hp boen ported captured by the The not at the She left coal pierR at o'clock Friday ' but Was lifeld up half n below land voyage was The of German ship was to 28.tWireless to Associated War Headquarters an report declaring the western enemy is everywhere defeated and in full retreat after nine days of VanKluk who defeated English at renewed the attack today and threatened to surround it. Generals Von Buelow and completely defeated the about eight between the Zambre and Namur and the Meuse in several days fighting and are now pursuing them towards The attack on Maubeuge was opened by Duke who pursued the enemy across the and the German Crown Prince is advancing teward Meuse and the Crown Prince of Bavaria repulsed the attack from the General continued the pursuit southward through Belgium divisions attacking Tuesday and Wednesday from Antwerp lied out populace has full confidence that the task on the west linel will be speedily finished and that the victorious German armies will ihen clearing German soil of the is difficult to describe the fierce exultation of all classes in Berlin over the news of the British at It is reported that part of the British force shut in at Plunge Into Germany Siili Going ADMIT HEAVY tu on wrrc ADVANCE ON is no any SURROUNDED BY and arc ori all sidiN as a latest So says a wireless from Berlin The that the east anny This has l' Kiist all the armies are in The has io of Tile civilians oC made a attack on Louvian was punished hy the oi the MARCH ON A Russian here is credited with that -are about to enter V. the intention on ATTACK BELGIAN HAVE FIERCE In District Have Isack the Germana on Viad Forced Them to Retire on the St. Ole Field Army Attached to Namur Has the French Cabinet Preparing for Na tional 28.~-Tho following dal bulletin was by tne lust our offensive drove back the had them to retire ou the St. Die German's yesterday bombarded St. an the region between the and Nancy our offensive movement continued tor losses have been Two thousand hundred bodies were found on a front of three southwest of and 4,500 bodies oti a front of four in tiie region of a very old the garrison of which consisted of one which been since Aug. 3, capitulated after holding out 24 More than half the garrison were Colonel governor of has been an of the of Honor for In the defense of our troops have with great vigor several A German flag was Belgian field army attached to Namur and a French regiment which supported it have joined our north forces greatly In numBer which after brilliant to a little rear of armies maintained their positions In The army of Antwerp by Its offensive has drawn off and held before it several German events of yesterday in the region of the north neither imperiled nor modified the made In view of the future development of operations in the region tween the Voiges and troops continue to new cabinet for national de fense met and decided to make a dec to not being In FOR of Steamer Loaded on British Aug. 28.Coal en route to this port on the Canadian freight steamer Princess Ena seized by the British government Bt and is being loaded there on board the say the cruiser Leipzig iK cruising about Dixon and within fiO n of Prince hospital to this port and to Have her tanks filled with fuel Collector of Dobbs refused to allow her to take any oil until lie had with and the Prince George was to take 2.i0 This It was estimated would put her to vVhich port she She had -A dispatch to the says has been attacked liy lije has taken defensive INVADE Canadian revenue called at on Prince of of Wilhelm Der Aug. last prev ious information of Kaiser der movements In dis patches was a cablegram from Las Canary on Aug. 13 when the captain of the British Hoval Mail steamship from Buenos from Southampton reported that his vessels llad been off Cape The Kaiser der Grosse's comman der asked British captain if he any women and on On receiving an the German commander ed that the wireless equipment be thrown When this was done she was allowed to pro Rally Around Aug. 28.- German social Democrat newspapers arriving here declared Socialists party and those who call Dem are against and that the fear of tiie Czar of Russia has rallied the kaiser against the rest of - Interesting side lights on on attitude the war are One paper speaks of the as a of say Ing he has shown himself the of universal CROSS Women to Care For Wounded tn by Id of to in Ik An ri ' iif for fail thai lite W 0jr^ee J. If Still Menace the ol Far East After Is Taken i Consult British to fhe ' Co-Operate In Driving dore but the blocked that under no a Mr. accept platform called to the Aug. 28. min Ister of described attitude In the war as Japan captures Chuu and hostilities in the Japan seaa are an ir tne war lo KU Ik in progress ^t that tlie Germans a in the South of menace the peace or Jhe mmm In with and 1 conference wl 1 stand and be- if the war Jo mnA wonld and might co-operate m - out of the decree announcing the period Market In Bail of the of the Aug. 2ti.r-Speaktog been of the dye ha. been published In the Herman A. of Austria a ly since it close that ihe cruiser View of the ing he of dyes and la not Kaiser der Crosse the coast of Africa tiy the British cruiser Dutch chamber has passed a credit florins lor the purpose of gold in the Berlin amounts to Thus note circulation la - and private deposits amount to dispatch from states that the liave evacuated and out of the Banjak of * ( Norwegian steamer has been blown up in the North sea by in contract with a floating Eight members of her their is so acute in Constantinople that diplomats there fear Turkey may at any moment be drawn into the general European war on the side of very quickly to d at Austria has always been as friendly to Japan and has amali Far East. rian Baron de who was is popular in the with Ik cut but have been by the Japanese that the Chinese satisfied Japan's safeguarding as well biR of Clear Waters of Japanese fleet Chou la the abont Om of of which have been and no attempt will be troops or take active Chou of until to war Sun Yat one of. I and of the opposed to Yuan Kai's Is in He is as saying that he 1 satisfied io await the developments ot the present believing that the real of China would best he preserved by internar it is here Japan will control the chief Chinese leaders who opposed to Sun Vat Sen to prevent insurrection In the present dispatch from that Dr. left for with Conni Von ' ' Herman ambassador at the various German consuls Yokohama made in the zette at Seoul to people ot lo give the fullest mans In War Pictures From With His Severed Aug. 28. - A colonial trooper among the brought from declared that he felt when his arm was shot ojT by a until he saw it lying on the Not being able to bear the thought of as as for be picked if up and ran yards with It before he was SHIFTS 28.~An correspondent at the 1 iTi 11 n DECLARES WAR ON APPLAUDS Fine Tribute to Soldiers Under Field Marshal Sir John 28.~The bureau Issued the following bulletin last Joffre has sent the following Marshal Sir John did hesitate to throw his whole strength Corporation Gets Big American Aug. out from the European South can steel are turning to this to secure steel This fact was demonstrated yesterday when the United States Steel the export department of the United States Steel received an order from American calling for loo miles of standard of 2H.A from says Austria has the American in has been ked lo take of the Austrian STATEMENT IF 2H.Fratvce has to the - 80 he contributed tn a most effective manner to secure the left Of Ihe ana energy and to which I pay my Tuese qualities will show again today and will make certain the triumph of our army will never the service rendered to It. That army Is Inspired by the sanie spirit of and to conquer which animates the will make In the battle of the near at M on a fired at red two and the STATIONS STILL m the 0tirmftn HAVE HAD NAVAL Essex and German Cruiser Bremen May Have 6een 1 believed to have been fought president of Canadian announced directors of tlie lave to contribute of the Canadian patriotic fund Js being raised under the oC Dulie of is that during the operations in one British and two French and 12 and 16 French native troops wore Three British and two French and 24 British and 2ft native soldiers were from report the English and ministers to Belgium made a communication to the Belgian foreign minister their Indignation Jhe Zepp le I in to take tlie lives of the king and the royal reservists are massed on the border and are entrenched In which have been formed In the where the have been strengthened with feverish haste and new Noncombatants have been warned to prepare to evac the la important reservists to the colors Be Called Cause and all of the rails from the to which this order will go on in the past from German that the every official of any change In the military of Aug. Charies is reported to be 111. It is that he will probably King Charles Is 75 years of wife is better under the nomo de plume of have no children and the heir to the throne of the who was born In 1893. Ar been Issued since The great is still going mu The are on Fr which Is in strongly defended Vicious Cow With N. a vicious cow turned wife at their In Chesnut using a at the this the cow lue - r - and th. he bureau In London an that at a Danish a ship was blown up by a German mine on the trade to about 30 miles from the at the the Norwegian also The total loss of Ufe fa thesei lully
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