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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Vol. 41. Weather forecast. Pair cooler. Sun rises. Sets. . Moon rises. . Sets . Winnipeg Friday october eighteen pages. No. 95. Eleven British ships firing on German army Kaiser s forces reported to have made violent attack on environs of Ostend but were repulsed by Bel von trip reported killed by fire Froin naval report tells of continuance of great Battle Between sea and la Bassee. London. October despatch to the Exchange Telegraph co. From night and today the germans made a violent attack on the environs of Ostend which was repulsed by an energetic counter attack by the belgians. British warships fired on the germans this morning. General von trip and his staff who were together in Leffin Ghe near Micue Skerke were killed by the fire of British naval Paris. October official report issued by the French War office tonight reports a continuation of the great Battle Between the sea and la Bassee in which the belgians and allies Are holding their ground. Between Arras and the Oise the germans have met with similar opposition. The text the activity which the enemy displayed yesterday did not sine Ken today. Between the sea and la Bassee the Battle has continued with just As great violence without the germans being Able to Force Back the belgian army or the frenc Spand British troops Between Arras and the Oise the enemy had made determined efforts which have at no Point been crowned with Success in the Argonne Region we have made Progress Between St Hubert and be four de Paris. The North of Verdun ave have gained ground at Haumont and Brabant on the Meuse. In. The woe vre Region we have repulsed tin attack on retreating from Middel Kerke. Amsterdam october Tele Graaf says the germans Are repeating from Middel Kerke on the North sea Midway Between Yosfi incl find Wes Tencle. Victory with says Telegram. London october Amsterdam despatch to the Centra a ivs quotes a Telegram from the burgomaster of Wendayne Belgium As militia minister now major general How British Navy helped belgians official statement As to operations which repelled germans Fine big gun fire won heavy bombardment has been continued without stopping since monday morning. . Sam Hughes. Ottawa oct. Is officially announced that col. The Hon. Sam London oct. Secretary of the admiralty issued tonight the Fol lowing statement on the operations of Hughes Canadian minister of militia Brit Tell warships in co operation and col. Gwatkin of the Canadian with air red army on the belgian general staff have been promoted to the rank of major general. Gebm1s terrorized by Frenchh it Luce officer s letter tells plaintive tale of continual uncertainty and danger in mountains. Vic tory is with the allies. Seventy thousand men have been taken prisoners Between Chalons and Longway. Three guas and 31 flairs have been even Dye is a province of West Flanders on the belgian coast i f halons and Longway Aie respectively in the French departments of a me and men the it Moselle nearly two Hundred Miles Southeast of the belgian province from which the above despatch emanates. Firing Heaed in Holland. London. October the daily Telegraph s Kott Erdani correspondent says the intensity of the fighting in Belgium is so great that the in Holland can hear distinctly the noise of it. Tonight thurs flip inn continually heard the Thunder of guns and the windows then rattled. The sound is gradually becoming fainter. Varden big the booming of Cannon was heard All last n but today. The sound seemed to come from Bruges and Ostic incl. Never before have the inhabitants heard the gunfire sol the from Ostend say that Westrude is being bombarded at Many trains filled with wounded into Bruges. Unrest in German army. Correspondent of the Nieuwe Potter Damschen courant at int that big troop movements axe taking place and there is a Tain urn it in the German army the German staff left the town ones Lav for either Wetter in or Grammont. Else Are further indications that Germany is frying every f. Nan to the firing line in France and Belgium. Ten thousand used out
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