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  • THE DASH FOR CALAIS FAILS. ENEMY SHATTERED. ALLEGED PEACE PROPOSALS. WAR RELIEF FUND £3,531,000. RUSSIANS STILL ADVANCING TURKEY BEGINS FIGHT. THE KAISER'S HYPOCRISY. THE POSITION SUMMARISED.

    There is excellent news to-day from the Western theatre of the seat of war in Europe. The correspondents at the front all agree that the German army which was attempting to capture Calais has not only been thrown back, but has been completely shattered. The Kaiser has been as bitterly disappointed in his ... [ILLUSTRATED]
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  • COMMERCIAL MEN AND THE CRISIS. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING?.

    There was an optimistic note in the proceedings of the half-yearly meeting of the Ade[?]de Chamber of Commerce o[?] Friday. The president (Mr. Arnold E. ... [Article] (1264 words)
  • DEWHURST PLATE. LONDON, October 2[?]

    The Dewhurst Plate, of 300 sovs., adde[?] to a sweepstake of 25 sovs. each, 15 sovs, forfeit. For two-year-olds—Colts, 8 st. 9 lb.; fillies and geldings. 8 st. 7 lb. The ... [Article] (75 words)
  • THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. OPPOSITION REPRESENTATIVES TO ATTEND. Melbourne, October 30.

    The leader of the Federal Oppositi[?] (Mr. Cook) has been invited by the Prime-Minister to attend the conference betwee[?] the Commonwealth and State Ministers [?] ... [Article] (143 words)

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