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  • BOLD GERMAN AVIATOR A FLIGHT UP THE THAMES REPORTED BRITISH RAID ON CUXHAVEN STORY OF FALKLAND ISLANDS FIGHT AUSTRO GERMAN DEFEATS IN THE EAST RUSSIA CAPTURES 360,000 PRISONERS ALLIES DOING WELL IN THE WEST ACCREGATE LOSS OF THE ENEMY STATED AT 3,000,000 THE POSITION SUMMARISED.

    The most startling item of intelligence published to-day is the story of the daring night of a German aviator over Sheerneas and up the Thames to within a few miles of Woolwich, and less than 14 miles of St. Paul's Cathedral. Fortunately the British airmen who chased the enemy were able to head him off ... [ILLUSTRATED]
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  • FATAL BRAWLS. TWO MEN KILLED. Melbourne, December 27.

    John Henry Fagan, laborer, of South Melbourne, was struck on the head with a bottle in a brawl to-day. He walked to the Homœopathic Hospital for treatment, ... [Article] (146 words)
  • TRAMWAY FATALITY. Melbourne, December 27.

    Mr. William Fowland (24), electrician, of Fitzroy, was crossing Nicholson-street on Friday night when he was knocked down by a cable tram. He was removed ... [Article] (45 words)
  • MIXED BATHING FATALITY. Melbourne, December 27.

    During Boring Day afternoon a great deal of mixed bathing was going on off the crowded beaches near Sandringham, where the water was very rough. Amongst the ... [Article] (79 words)
  • SLY GROG-SELLING ALLEGED. CHINESE PREMISES RAIDED. BEER CONFISCATED AND PERSONS ARRESTED. Melbourne, December 27.

    Sub-Inspector Sullivan and 50 constables in plain clothes this morning made a series of raids in the Chinese quarter of the city in the vicinity of Little Bourke and Little ... [Article] (197 words)
  • FARMERS AND THE TARIFF. AN APPEAL FROM THE WEST. Melbourne, December 27.

    The Minister of External Affairs (Mr. Mahon) has received a letter from the Farmers' and Settlers' Association of Western Australia appealing against the imposition ... [Article] (179 words)
  • SHOT IN THE HEAD. Melbourne, December 27.

    William Knight (54), a printer, was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital on Saturday morning in a very serious condition as the result of a millet wound in his ... [Article] (117 words)
  • AUSTRALIAN TROOPS IN EGYPT. MESSAGE FROM THE TROOPS. Melbourne, December 27.

    Senator Pearce (Minister of Defence) has received the following cablegram from Major-General Bridges, commanding the 1st Australian Division now in Egypt: ... [Article] (53 words)
  • SPORTING NEWS. TASMANIAN CLUB MEETING. launceston, December 27.

    Heavy rain interfered with the Tasmanian Turf Club Boxing Day meeting at Mowbray. Results:- HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. ... [Article] (526 words)
  • BOWLS. TASMANIAN TOURNAMENT. Launceston, December 27.

    The open fours in connection with the bowling tournament arranged by the Northern Tasmania Bowling Association in connection with the visit of the Victorian ... [Article] (101 words)
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  • INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS IN "THE ADVERTISES."

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  • FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. INJURED IN A COLLISION.

    On Saturday morning Messrs. Andy Hehir and James Smith called at "The Advertiser" Office and reported that Mr. Austin O'Connor, the driver of the masher ... [Article] (754 words)
  • SHIPPINGNEWS. LONDON, December 2[?].

    Arrival.—At Port Natal—Steamer Rygia, which left Christiania on November 15 for Adelaide. ARRIVED, PORT ADELAIDE—December 2[?]. Warrawee, 175, W. F. Lee, Edithburgh. ... [Article] (967 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, December 27.

    Yesterday at the Taranaki axemen's carnival, the single hand-sawing contest resulted:—Kennedy, Dwyer, Volzki. Under hand chop—Dwyer, Shewing, Horne. ... [Article] (26 words)
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