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  2. SECOND EDITION.

    Mr. Winston Churchill, in his address at Dundee to-day, said he did not intend to embark on explanations, reproaches, or recriminations concerning recent Ministerial ...

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  3. MORE SHIPS GONE.

    Of the crew of the Grimsby trawler Vanilla, which was torpedoed by a German submarine on April 18, it has been ascertained that nine men were drowned. ...

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  4. PTE McGUIRE.

    Pte. R. F. X. McGuire, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles on May 28, was the second son of Mr. James McGuire (Superintendent of Station Services in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 206 words
  5. FIVE MOTOR AMBULANCES.

    It was appropriate that the ceremony of presenting motor ambulances for service at the front should have been performed near, the South African Fallen Soldiers' Memo- ...

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  6. Great Advance Begun.

    It has just been announced that the British, French, and Australasian forces, supported by the allied fleet, have now begun a great combined general assault against ...

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  7. "Don't Clog the War Machine."

    Addressing the dockers' battalion at Liverpool—wharf labourers who have been organized and clothed in uniforms for national industrial service—the Minister ...

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  8. ITALY AND AUSTRIA

    The Austrians in Trentino are retiring before the Italians toward the Fiume Valley. So desperate do they appear that they have destroyed the buildings at the ...

    Article : 185 words
  9. 'WATCH AUSTRALIA!"

    Mr. Winston Churchill (Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster) in an address on Saturday in defence of the operations at the Dardanelles while he held the post of ...

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  10. ANOTHER AIR RAID.

    An official announcement has been made that during Friday night hostile airships passed over the eastern and south-eastern coasts of England. Bombs were dropped ...

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  11. Australians "Dug In."

    Advices from the Island of Tenedos state that night attacks by Turks upon the Australian trenches in the Gallipoli Peninsula continue; but, daring the daytime, apart ...

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  12. Greek Steamer Sunk.

    The Greek steamer Virginia has been mined and sunk near Cape Salvore. The crew perished. ROME, June 6. ...

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  13. God Help Labour!

    Mr. Lloyd George, addressing a meeting of employers at the town hall in Liverpool, said the Government intended to use the business brains of the community. ...

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  14. KING OF GREECE.

    Part of the tenth rib has been successfully removed from over the seat of the disease in the thorax of King Constantine of Greece. ...

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  15. The German "Blockade."

    A Belgian trawler in the Irish Channel bas been sunk by an enemy submarine. The crew were landed on the Welsh coast at Milford Haven. ...

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  16. German Aviators Drowned.

    An Italian cruiser has found a German waterplane lying in the sea off the Italian port of Brindish. The aviators had apparently been drowned. ...

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  17. Fighting for the Heights.

    The Australasians have again particularly distinguished themselves in fighting for the heights of Krithia, near the southern end of the Gallipoli Peninsula. ...

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  18. Non-combatants Slaughtered.

    The Admiralty stales that the fatalities associated with last Monday night's air raid on London suburbs were one man, one woman, and four children killed. ...

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  19. Finances of the New Ally.

    The British Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. McKenna), and the Italian Minister for Finance have conferred at Nice, and will return home to-morrow. ...

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  20. AUSTRALIANS AT WORK.

    The following cable message was received to-day by the Minister for Defence (Mr. Pearce) from Major-Gen Sir Ian Hamilton:—"The Turks, having heavily bombarded a ...

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  21. AN AUSTRALIAN VIEW.

    At a Royal Colonial Institute city luncheon—the first to be held since the outbreak of the war—at De Keyser's Hotel on April 21, Mr. F. W. Young, the new Agent- ...

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  22. SGT. R. O. HARRIS.

    Set. R. O. Harris, who has been wounded at the Dardanelles, is a nephew of Mr. J. O. Tiddy, of Maitland. He was a member of the 3rd Light Horse. He was educated at the Truro College. Cornwall, and ...

    Article : 98 words
  23. Enemy Ships Seized.

    The Italian authorities have confiscated 57 Austrian and German steamers, which were in Italian ports when the Rome Government declared war. They total 216,770 tons burthen. ...

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  24. KING OF GREECE.

    The German physicians who have been attending upon King Constantine have postponed their departure from Athens, owing to a slight increase in the temperature of the royal patient. ...

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  25. Western Australia.

    Major J. B. Mills, whose relatives have been advised of his death at the Dardanelles, was a well-known city solicitor. In civil life Major Mills was first a journalist on The Silver Age, Broken Hill, and ...

    Article : 158 words
  26. Fiendish Inventions.

    The Germane, earlier in the war, used vitriol, which they squirted into he trenches. Later they used bombs containing a concentrated formalin solution, which ...

    Article : 171 words
  27. Loyal Response of Workers.

    The employes of Brunner, Mond, & Co., Ltd. (formerly soda crystal manufacturers) are "speeding up" in their new capacity of makers of war munitions. They are ...

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  28. A Surgical Operation.

    King Congtamtrae of Greece is to-day to undergo an operation which will necessitate the removal' of one or more ribs, tie inter­costal tapping of the cheat Laving failed to remove the trouble, "which prevented his recovery. ...

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  29. SENTENCED TO BE SHOT.

    The Imperial Press Bureau announces the conclusion of the trial of the two German spies, Muller and Hahn. The case was heard at the Old Bailey, in camera, ...

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  30. HONOURS FOR AUSTRALIANS.

    In connection with the birthday honours awarded to Australian soldiers, it is explained that the Distinguished Service Order decoration is for officers only, and ...

    Article : 218 words
  31. Indemnity for Gulf Light.

    The United States Ambassador at Berlin (Mr. Gerard) has cabled to the Secretary of State (Mr. Bryan) that Germany is willing to pay indemnity for damage to the ...

    Article : 154 words
  32. WELSH TRAWLER SUNK.

    Gruesome particulars of the sinking of the Welsh trawler Victoria have been revealed. There were 10 aboard the vessel, including a boy passenger, when the ...

    Article : 171 words
  33. THE WAR MINISTRY.

    The Reelection of Ministers Bill, to obviate the necessity of the new Ministers going before the country for confirmation of their appointments, has passed the ...

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  34. Germany's Food Reserves.

    Herr DeForuck, in the Prussian Diet, said the food question in Germany might be regarded as solved, and even considerable reserves could be carried over into the ...

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  35. PLENTY OF WHEAT.

    The scheme for the control by the Government, of the exports of wheat from India is working smoothly, and the results so far have been attended by success. ...

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  36. In the Cameroons.

    The Imperial Press Bureau has published a report concerning the fighting in the German Cameroons. It states that the British and French colonial troons have ...

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  37. Incidents of the War.

    The Press Bureau reports that a German spy, Robert Rosenthal, was arrested is he was leaving the country, where he had been for a short while. He confessed ...

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  38. LETTERS FROM THE FRONT.

    In a letter to bis family, written from Heliopolis on May 8, Cpl. Oldfield, of Semaphore, gives some interesting particulars of the Dardanelles action culled from ...

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  39. Bread for Poland.

    Mrs. Richard Nitschke (formerly Miss Whi[?]tell, of Adelaide), of 18 Moscow Court, Hyde park, London, W., writes as follows to the Editor of The Register:—"Sir—Can ...

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  40. Eight Ships Lost.

    The Admiralty reports that for the week ending June 2 there were 1,382 arrivals and sailings in connection with the maritime commerce of the United Kingdom. Of ...

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  41. Swedish Steamer Exploded.

    A mysterious explosion occurred on the Swedish steamer Lapland, when 55 miles off Peterhead. Quantities of iron ore, which formed the cargo, were ...

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  42. Times Case Dismissed.

    The Magistrate at the Mansion House has dismissed the summons in the Government prosecution of the publishers of The Times and Major E. Richardson, the well- ...

    Article : 109 words
  43. BIOGRAPHICAL.

    Sincere regret was expressed in the Civil Service in Adelaide when it became known that a son of Mr. C. K. Owen Smyth, I.S.O. (Superincendent of Public Buildings) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  44. PUGILISM.

    Michael Simpson and Harry Reeve have sailed by the Orontes for Australia to fulfil engagements with Mr. R. L. ("Sncwy") Baker, at the Sydney Stadium. ...

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  45. GIGANTIC INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE POSSIBLE.

    The management committee of the General Federation of Trades Unions has issued a manifesto hinting at the possibility of a gigantic industrial dispute arising in ...

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  46. BARRIER FOOTBALL.

    The senior football matches on Saturday resulted:—Broken Hill (7.6) beat Norths (6.9); Wests (6.9) beat souths (6.4). ...

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  47. Another Ministerial Change

    It is announced that the Duke of Devonshire (a Unionist Peer) has succeeded Mr. G. Lambert as one of the two Civil Lords of the Admiralty. Before he came to the ...

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  48. The Pope and Peace.

    Cardinal Gasparri (Secretary to the Va[?]ican) is preparing a White Book shewing the diplomatic action which His Holiness the Pope has taken in favour of peace. ...

    Article : 75 words
  49. Germans Not Trusted.

    The Turkish Consul-General at the Argentine capital has closed the consulate and deposited his archives in a place of safety. He refused the demand of the ...

    Article : 46 words
  50. Romance of the Sea.

    A curious sequel to the reported sinking of the Russian barque Moatrosa (1,022 tons), bound from Hull to Nova Scotia, as the result of Laving struck a mine in the ...

    Article : 166 words
  51. Advertising

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  52. "Ceased Publication."

    The'Daily Citizen, the official organ of the Labour movement, has ceased publication. The paper, a halfpenny daily, established on October 8, 1912, professed to ...

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  53. THE WEEK'S RECRUITING.

    The military authorities at Wayville West intimated on Saturday morning that during the week 374 volunteers were medically examined for inclusion in the ...

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  54. Advertising

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  55. Advertising

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