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FRENCH OCCUPY CORFU. ———— ———- I PERIL OF MONTENEGRO I ITALY'S REMARKABLE ¡ INACTION. I MYSTERIOUS EXPLOSION AT, LILLE. fRANC E -< I (Press Association War Special.) I PARIS, Wednesday, 11 p.rn. I Tonigilt's official communique skvs Two enemy aeroplanes threw eight shells In Dunkirk, causing only insignificant ma- terial damage. To the north of the Aisne our trench guns overthrew the enemy works to the west of Soupdx. In Champagne our artillery effectively bombarded the German trenches to th 3 north of Maisons de Champagne and to the east, of the Butte de Souain. In the Argorme the Germans exploded a mine on Hill 285 (Haute Chovauchee), which produced an enormous crater, arourid which eome lively combats with grenades took place the whole day. We strongly organised j the southern edge of the crater. Between the Argon ne and the Mouse the enemy attempted an Attack with suffocating gas in the region of Forges. The necessary pre- ventative measures were taken in time, and our fire easily stopped the euemy from leav- ing his trenches. On the heights of the Meu.~e. in the neigh- bourhood of Calonne, our art-illery tire ere- ated an explosion and a fire in the enemy's taeaohes, and destroyed machine-gun j aheltere. In the Vosges our artillery destroyed a j German work in the sector of the f echt. DARINC BRmSH RAID ON TR"CS- PRESS i>L xtEAL. Wednesday. The following telegraphic dispatch has J been received from the General Heaaquar- j tars in France:— Wednesday, 9.22 p.m. Lut night a raid was c?r??d out ?oy our,' "E on hostile tnmches east of -Armen- fierts. About 20 of the enemy v ia dis- posed of. A machine gun emplacement in their line was blown up.. The party then returned to our trendhes bringing back two prisoners. Artillery on both sides has been active to-day about Vermelles, Wieltje, and Pil- kem. FIRIHC HEARD AT ROTTERDAM. iPress Association War Special.) ROTTERDAM, Wednesday (received Thursday). Sounds of heavy artillery firing have been heard here at short intervals from a south- westerly direction.

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