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  2. WAR DAY BY DAY: PICTURES AND STORIES FROM BATTLE-FRONT.

    Among the most arduous and dangerous tasks that fall to the lot of the navy is that of mine-sweeping (says the "Navy"). For this occupation men of the coolest ...

    Article : 1,016 words
  3. SOLDIERS' LETTERS.

    A youthful Victorian soldier, who sends a letter to his sister from camp IN Egypt on July 12, supplies her with an unaffectedly frank description of "what kind of place ...

    Article : 611 words
  4. THE RUSSIAN PRESS.

    In an article in the "Novoye Vremya," under the title "We Must Conquer," the well-known Russian publicist, M. Menshikoff, writes:— ...

    Article : 613 words
  5. ESCAPE FROM RUHLEBEN

    After almost a years imprisonment in Germany, Mr. Geoffrey L. Pyke, Reuter's correspondent in Denmark at the outbreak of war, escaped, and reached ...

    Article : 826 words
  6. PRINCIPAL NAVAL LOSSES OF THE BELLIGERENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 423 words
  7. AUSTRALIAN HOSPITAL.

    Lieut.-Colonel H. W. Bryant, of Melbourne, who is in charge of the 1st Australian Stationary Hospital on an island near the Dardanelles, writing to a friend in ...

    Article : 459 words
  8. Australians in England.

    Lance-Corporal W. T. Jones, who was wounded at the Dardanelles, and was sent to England, states, in writing from Weymouth, that there are ...

    Article : 184 words
  9. —("Illustrated London News.") CROSSBAR FOR HURLING EXPLOSIVES, A DEVICE BY WHICH BOMBS ARE THROWN FROM 20 to 80 METRES.

    The French have christened the bow "La Sauterelle" (The Grasshopper). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 31 words
  10. A CHEERY WRITER.

    In a letter to his father, Mr. William Holwell, of Fairchild street, Abbotsford, Bugler Gordon Holwell tells of some severe fighting on Gallipoli:—"I have been three ...

    Article : 316 words
  11. ANGLICAN CHAPLAIN.

    A private cable message dated from Malta on August 21, conveys the information that Lieut.-Colonel Wray, chaplain attached to the 13th Battalion, 4th Brigade, ...

    Article : 255 words
  12. AUSTRALIANS WHO HAVE FALLEN.

    —(Alice Mills, Photo.) Lieut. H. R. Harris (Killed). —(Alice Mills, Photo.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 82 words
  13. LIFE ON BELGIAN FRONT.

    The "Daily Chronicle" special correspondent in the North of France writes:—In our admiration for the armies of the two great Allied Powers in the West we must ...

    Article : 635 words
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  15. NATIONALIST LEADER.

    Mr. John Redmond, M.P., leader of the Irish Nationalists, gave an interesting interview on July 9 to an American reporter at has home in the Wicklow Mountains. ...

    Article : 674 words
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    —(The "Great War.') AN INCIDENT AT THE FRONT IN FLANDERS: BRITISH OFFICERS AND MEN TAKING SUPPLIES TO THE FIRING LINE. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 55 words
  17. Australians as Demi-Gods.

    A lady in England, writing to an Australian friend on July 30, says that her husband, who is a major in the Army Railway Transport section, stationed at ...

    Article : 105 words
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