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  2. MR. HOLMAN

    The Premier of New South Wales (Mr. Holman), who has just paid a visit to the Continent, in an interview states that his sea trip was uneventful. He was ...

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  3. AMERICA'S PART

    The Paris "Journal" describes the American submarine destroyers in French ports as 30 yards long, petrol-driven, with an armament which gives the ...

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  4. PEACE MOVES

    The Sovkhoim correspondent of "The Times" says that the Seandinavian Socialists state that the forthcoming German statement will impress the ...

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  5. FIGHTING THE FOE

    German official: — "The English cavalry advanced eastward of Messines, but only the remnants turned. Our counter-attack repulsed the infantry ...

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  6. BRITISH UNREST

    On May 25 the Premier (Mr. Lioyd George) dealt with the labor situation in a powerful speech delivered in the House of Commons. ...

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  7. THE GREEK KING

    Reuter's correspondent at Athens states that King Constantineo has abdicated in favor of his so. Prince Alexander ...

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  8. THE BRITISH DELEGATES

    Messrs. Ramsay MacDonald and G. W. Jowets who were prevented by the Seamen and Fireman's Uinon from sailings for perograd to attend a peace or war ...

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  9. CONSTANTINES RENUNCIATION

    Reuter's correspondent at Athens states that the Greek Premier replied to M. Jonnart's demands as follows:-"Your Excellency having demand the ...

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  10. INTERNED GERMAN LINER

    The interned German liner Prinz Waldemar has arrived at Seattle from Honolulu. The captain reports that the German crew lined her water tanks with ...

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  11. THE LOSS OF AEROPLANES

    During May, according to the official German report, the Huns lost 79 aeroplanes and nine balloons. The report says:—"One hundred and fourteen ...

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  12. RUMORS OF ABDICATION

    "The Times" states that in well-informed circles it is believed that King Constaine will abdicate in favor of his second son. Prince Alexander. This ...

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  13. AEROPLANE FLEETS

    Admiral Peary, the famous Polar explorer, told the Senate committee that airplanes were the cheapest and quickest answer to the submarines. He said ...

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  14. THE KING'S ABDICATION

    The "Daily Mail" states that the abdication of King constantine is momentarily expected. ...

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  15. FOOD PROFITEERING

    Mr. Lloyd George informed the Labor Unrest, Commission that the Government had been investigating food prosteering. He hoped presently to make proposals ...

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  16. "THE POWER FOR MISCHIEF"

    Messrs. Ramsay MacDonald and Jowet have returned to London. The Seamen's Union is still picketing all ports. ...

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  17. ESSINES VICTORY COMPLETE

    A semi-official message from Reuter's corespondent at Paris states that the British victory at Messines is now complete. The British dominate the ...

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  18. KING SACRIFICES CONFIDENCE.

    The "Daily Mail" states that decisive events are pending in Greece. King Constantine has exhausted all the possibilities of intrigue and evasion, but ...

    Article : 137 words
  19. TROOPS LANDED AT CORINTH

    Reruter's correspondent at Paris states that a message received from Athens reports that French troops have landed at Corinth, and that a Franco-British ...

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  20. AMERICA'S UNMARRIED MEN

    The United States officials believe that an army of 3,000,000 unmarried men can be raised. The actual figures of registration is placed at 9,250,000. ...

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  21. MR. MACDONALD ANNOYED

    A letter, which Mr.Ramsay MacDonaid has published declared that that men's Union prevention of himself and Mr. Jowett from going to Russia will ...

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  22. THE PREMIER OUTSPOKEN

    The Premier (Mr. Lloyd George) addressing the commissioners appointed to enquire into industrial unrest. said the industrial machine had been working ...

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  23. AUSTRALIANS ADVANCE

    Last night the Australians advanced their line along the greater part of the Southern third of the battle from It so happened that the Germans had ...

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  24. MR. HOLMAN IN LONDON

    The New South Wales Premier (Mr. Hohnan) and his party arrived quietly on Monday night. They are staying at Hyde Park Hotel Mr. Wade accompanied ...

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  25. FURTHER GAINS REPORTED

    Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:— "We gained further ground castward and north-eastward of Messines, on a front of nearly two miles. ...

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  26. ALLIES PROTECT THEMSELVES

    Reuter's correspondent at Paris reports that news from Athens states that M. Jonnart (the new appointed Allied High Coimnissioner for Greece) has held a ...

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  27. CONSCRIPTION IN CANADA

    The Premier (Sir Robert Borden). in introducing the Compulsory Service Bill in the Commons, stressed the obligation of the country to reinforce the gallant ...

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  28. FRANCE AND PEACE

    Reuter's correspondent at Petrograd states that the French reply to the Russian proclamation, published on April 9. says:—France, in replying to the ...

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  29. A WEAK MONARCH

    The ex-King succeeded to the throne of Greece upon the death by the hand of the assassin of his father. King George T. on March 19, 1913. when his ...

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  30. OFFICES IN TRAFALGAR SQUARE.

    Mr. Holman has taken three offices as Cook's Tourist branch at Trafalgar Square for a time. He expects later to revisit the battlefront in France. ...

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  31. GERMAN NERVOUSNESS

    Reuter's correspondent at headquarters in France states that there has been intermittent shelling and northeast of Ypres. He says this does not ...

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  32. ITALIANS AGAIN

    Italy has opened a substantial new offensive in the Trentino. Rome announces brilliant successes. Mount Ortigara was stormed. ...

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  33. MARSHAL HAIG'S TRIBUTE

    Reuter's correspondent at military headquarters in France states that Marthal Sir Douglas Haig addressed the second army as follows:— ...

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  34. STRONG MEASURES PROPOSED

    A telegram from Athens, which has been greatly delayed, states that it is understood that M. Jonnart's mission betokens strong measures for the ...

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  35. SCIENTIFIC BARBARISM

    Henry Mayers Hyndnian, the widely known writer on economics. education, and Socialism considers that President Wilson's message was Russia, published ...

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  36. HUN RAIDS REPULSED

    Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:— "We successfully raided yesterday night northward of Neuve Chapelle. "We repulsed raiders southward of ...

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  37. ESPIONAGE BILL APPROVED.

    Washington advices state that the control of exports has been given to the Government. The Senate has finally approved of the ...

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  38. PEACEFUL ALLIED PENETRATION

    The French eastern communique states that the Allied troops entrusted with thei control of the crops in Thessaly entered Thesealy without difficulty as far as ...

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  39. GERMANY CONDITION

    The German Government seems to be getting ready for a second proposal for a Germanmade peace. It is notable that the Kaiser, addressing Prince Eitel's ...

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  40. EASTERN THEATRE

    Austrian communiques are reporting lively skirmishes in the wooded Carpathians East Galicia, and a general activity of the Russians. ...

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  41. PRESBYTERIAN PROPAGANDA.

    The Presbyterian General Assembly has unanimously decided to discontinue propaganda for union with the Methodists until after the war. ...

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  42. EVILS OF BAD HOUSING

    If we would reduce the death rate and diminish sickness and debility; if we would encourage our splendid artisan classes to increase the birth rate as their ...

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  43. BOMBS DROPPED ON DURAZZO.

    Numerous Italian aeroplanes have successively bombed Durazzo, a Turkish seaport in Albania, damaging military and naval works. ...

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  44. BRITAIN AND WAR

    The Government asks for credits for £391,853,200 for the third quarter of 1917, making a total since the war of £4,000,000,000, including the advances to the ...

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  45. AUSTRALIAN HEADQUARTERS

    Although Horseferry road, where the Australian military headquarters are situated in London, is almost within "stone throw" of Westminster Abbey and the ...

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  46. CLOTHING SCARCE

    From a neutral who has spent prolonged periods in Austria-Hungary several times since the war a Berne correspondent learns that never has the ...

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  47. A GERMAN REPORT

    German Official:—There is a renewal of fighting activity on the Dviua near Smorgon, Baranowitschi, Brzezany, and Narajowka. ...

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  48. M. JONNART'S MISSION

    In the House of Commons, in reply to a question, the Minister of Munitions (Lord Robert Cecil) said that the Franco-British Governments had sent ...

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  49. UNDER PRUSSIA'S HEEL

    Despite the German promises to his Holiness the Pope that Belgian deportations would be abandoned, wholesale slave-raiding has been revived under the ...

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  50. EXEMPTED ELIGIBLES CALLED UP.

    The Reuter correspondent at Petrograd reports that the Russian Government has ordered the immediate re-examination of eligible persons who were ...

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  51. GENERAL SMUTS AND WAR CABINET.

    The "Manchester Guardian" states that General Smuts, the South African statesmen and military genius is likely to enter the British War Cabinet ...

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  52. MISCELLANEOUS CABLES

    The latest military distinctions include the following awards:— Military Crosses.—Captain J. H. Drummond, Lieutenants J. A. Gray. J. C. ...

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  53. AN IRISH PATRIOT

    The late Major Redmond, who was killed in action at Wytschate left a letter with his solicitor, dated last December, reading:—"If I die abroad I will ...

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  54. BRINGING KRONSTADT TO BOOK

    The Pan-Russian congress of peasants' delegates has carried a resolution by 1000 votes to four, threatening to stop the dispatch of food to Kronstadt ...

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  55. PILL FOR GERMANOPHILES

    "The Times" correspondent at Athens states that events are marching rapidly. The Allied warships and transports have appeared in he Gulf of Corinth, and it ...

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  56. BRAVE MEN LOSE COURAGE

    "The Times" correspondent at Amsterdam telegraphs that the German press comments on the Messines battle have been most strictly censored, but the ...

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  57. THE SUEZ CANAL

    The annual meeting of the suez Canal Company anounced a divident of 90, as compared with 155 frames in 19[?] on 500 frane shares. The receipts ...

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  58. SERVICE AT WESTMINSTER.

    A military requiem mass in honor of the late Major Win, Redmond was held in Westminster Cathedral. Sir T. A. Coghlan (Agent-General represented the New ...

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  59. GERMANY CAN PRODUCE

    Interviewed by Reuter's Agency. distinguished neutral who has just returned from Germany says that the people have now accustomed themselves ...

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  60. THREE REGIMENTS MUTINY

    A Petrograd telegram states that following the orders for the reorganisation of one of the armies on the Roumanian front three regiments mutinied and ...

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  61. LONDON MARKET QUOTATIONS.

    Silver is quoted at 2.3 1-16 per oz The metal markets remain unchanged. Tin is quoted at [?]236 2/6 per[?]on spot and £ 12/6 forward delivery. ...

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  62. NEW MONTENEGRIN CABINET.

    Reuter's correspondent at Paris states that the Montengro Cabinet has resigned, and that M. Polovitch is the new Premier. ...

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  63. SPAIN'S NEW PREMIER

    Owing to the rigid Spanish censorship the Spanish situation is not clear. The substitution of Senor Dato's Ministry for the present one is ...

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  64. SUCCESSOR FOR CONSTANTINE

    "The Times" states that the reports lack confirmation but it is believed that the Allies appointed M. Jonnart for other objects besides the security ...

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  65. A DAMAGED SUBMARINE.

    Reuter's correspondent, at Cadize states that a Spanish torpedo boat has towed in a German submarine with its engines damaged. ...

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  66. FLOODS RELAY TRAIN.

    The express leaving for Launceston this afternoon was delayed by floods between Rose and Timbridge, and is not expected to arrive at Hobart until 1 a.m. instead ...

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  67. Advertising

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  68. NAVAL BATTLE IN BALTIC.

    Reuter's correspondent at Copenhagen reports that a ship which has arrived at Arkoe, on the coast of Gothland. reports that a natural battle has taken place ...

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