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  2. THE WAR DAY BY DAY: PROBLEM OF THE DARDANELLES.

    "Eye-witness" surpassed any of his previous contributions in the wonderfully graphic narrative regarding the glorious struggle for Hill 60. His communications, ...

    Article : 1,987 words
  3. AUSTRALIANS WHO HAVE FALLEN.

    —(Darge, Photo.) PRIVATE A. ELMSLIE (Killed.) —(Darge, Photo.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 58 words
  4. Value of Floating Mines.

    Mine-sweeping operations in the Dardanelles, without which the allied ships would find it impossible to make headway upon Constantinople, direct attention to the ...

    Article : 930 words
  5. Second Maori Contingent.

    Mr. Tame Parata, M.H.R., of New Zealand, has issued a circular in the following terms to prominent members of the native race in the South Island:— ...

    Article : 519 words
  6. The Dardanelles.

    The days of the Turk in Europe are numbered, but no one will deny that he is dying hard and game (wrote Mr. E. AshmeadBartlett for the "Westminster Gazette," ...

    Article : 2,273 words
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  8. WAR LOAN TO ITALY.

    Some weeks before the declaration of war by Italy, General Ri[?]i[?]tti Garibaldi paid a visit to Paris and London. This visit was preceded by a secret conference with the ...

    Article : 816 words
  9. —("Newspaper Illustrations.") WONDERFUL BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION.

    The destruction of bridges in France by the Allies on their strategical retreat at the commencement of the war, and by the Germans on their burried retreat front the Marne, was appalling. The rebuilding has, however, been of some advantage, because of the wonderful progress that has been made. In this photograph a new bridge (the construction of which was completed in twelve days) in Northern France is shown. It is now in use, and of considerable benefit to the Allies. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 89 words
  10. CANADA'S PART.

    Major-General Hughes, Canadian Minister of Militia, in the course of a speech on May 4, made the following statements:— "There must be no talk of truce in this ...

    Article : 245 words
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