A Petrograd telegram says that the exöommander oi the fortress of Przemysl reports that the total nuraber of prisoners is 9 generals, 93 staffofficers, 2,500 officers, and 117,000 men. Many guns and other loot were taken by the Russians.
A Rome message says that the capitulation °1 Przemysl has created atremendous impression in Italy. It is estimated thai this great success will liberate 150,000 Russian troops.
The Press Bureau reports that at dawn yesterday patrols discovered a party of Turks near Elkuebry opposite Suez and shots were exchanged. Aeroplanes estimated the number "f the enemy to be 1,000 infantry with artillery and a few cavalry guns at Elkuebry. The patrol opened fire on the enemy which retired and camped 8 miles from the Canal «astwards. Early to-day aforce under General Sir G. Youngbusbaud attacked and routed the •nemy, who are now in full retreat. A prisoner says that the Turkish force marched 12 days direct from Bizelsaba and included Gelei-al von Traumer, and three other German °fficers.
Field Marshall French's bulletin reports that,, all is quiet except occasional German artillery fire. The damage done thereby is not cornmensurate with the ammunition expended. The enemy's airmen have shown unwonted «ctivity durig the present favourable weather. They oniy succeeded in killing three women and four civilians. They new at such a great ne>ght that they were unable to aim. This Procedure is a great tribute to the British airrnen, as it is adopted in order to increase the chances of the German airmen escapmg Pursuit.
A Paris report says that Field Marshall french interviewed èmphasised that he did *ot believe in a protracted war. He spoke lavourably regarding the whole situation, emphasising the great importanceof continual 'arge supplies of munitions. He concluded by saying that he was convinced that at the end °1 hard months of war victory awaits us.