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  3. WAR DAY BY DAY: SINKING OF THE LUSITANIA.

    When the last American mail left San Francisco, details of the sinking of the Lusitania by a German submarine were being received by cubbe. A message to the San ...

    Article : 2,088 words
  4. MR. CHURCHILL.

    A writer in the "New York Times Magazine" of April 18 accurately foretold that Mr. Winston Churchill, the First Lord of the Admiralty, would not remain in that ...

    Article : 1,086 words
  5. AUSTRALIANS WHO HAVE FALLEN.

    —(Darge, Photo.) CORPORAL A. C. HOWAT. (Killed). —(Darge, Photo.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 71 words
  6. How War Prisoners are Treated.

    The two following narratives provide a striking contrast in the methods of treatment of British and German prisoners:— Frederic William Wile, late Berlin correspondent of the "Daily, Mail," writes:— ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Wrecked Zeppelin.

    A Belgian of some standing, who lately arrived in London from [?]hent, contributes the following deeply interesting account of the wreck ot a Zeppelin and the execution ...

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  8. —(The "Illustrated War News.") AN ALARM-BELL IN THE TRENCHES: AN INGENIOUS FRENCH DEVICE TO GIVE WARNING OF SURPRISEATTACKS BY NIGHT.

    Jugenuity is a characteristic of the French, and it has shown itself in various ways during the war, notably in the many devices used in the trenched either for increasing the comfort of the troops or for making the defences more secure. An instance of French ingenuity applied to this latter purpo[?]e is illustrated in the above photograph, whcih shown an alarm-bell rigged up in a trench occupied by French sentries, to give warning of any attempt of the enemy to make a surprise attck under ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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