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  3. RIGA REGION SEEMS SAFE.

    PETROGRAD, Sunday, 5.20 a.m.—An official communique states:—The situation in Riga district is unchanged, but stubborn fighting continues in the ...

    Article : 137 words
  4. AUSTRALIANS

    LONDON, Saturday, 11.30 p.m.—Reuter's correspondent in the Dardanells states:— The march of the [?] ...

    Article : 245 words
  5. FIGHTING IN FRANCE

    PARIS, Saturday, 10 p.m.—The French newspaper Le Petit Parisien" states:—In the recent attack at Souchez (Arras-Lens front) one ...

    Article : 45 words
  6. FRANCE TO GRAND DUKE.

    PARIS, Saturday, 6 a.m.—M. Millerand, French Minister of War, and General Joffre have sent a message to the Grand Duke Nicholas expressing ...

    Article : 85 words
  7. RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN

    PETROGRAD, Saturday, 10 p.m.—Official. The German failure at Riga has necessitated a readjustment of the enemy's plans. ...

    Article : 170 words
  8. 'FULL SATISFACTION FOR THE ARABIC."

    WASHINGTON, Saturday, 10 p.m.—Berlin lias instructed tile Gorman Ambassador, Count Bernstorff, to intimate that Germany will give full ...

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  9. "IRON CROSS" A CHEAP HONOR.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m.—The "Cologue Gazette" estimates that 4,000 Iron Crosses of the first class have been bestowed during the war; ...

    Article : 61 words
  10. PASSENGER TRADE SAFE.

    WASHINGTON, Saturday, 10 p.m.—The German Ambassador, Count Bernstorff has informed the Secretary of State, Mr. Lansing, that the ...

    Article : 53 words
  11. GERMANS FORCING" GRAND DUKE'S LINE.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m. — A. Gorman communique states:— We have repulsed the enemy, north-east of Bausk Schoenberg, capturing ...

    Article : 104 words
  12. "DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT."

    PARIS, Saturday, 10 p.m.—A British Army Order mentions the name of Mademoiselle Renee Robin, the sixteen-year-old daughter of a French ...

    Article : 55 words
  13. AUSTRIAN NEWS.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m.—An Austrian communique states:—Our troops have captured the enemy's positions, between Gologory, Dunajow, ...

    Article : 87 words
  14. GERMAN ROWDIES AT U.S. EMBASSY.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m.—Gorman newspapers in close touch with the Admiralty 'are alarmed at the Government's possible intention of ...

    Article : 65 words
  15. RUSSIAN RETREAT FROM FALLEN FORTRESS.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m.—An Austrian communique states:— The Russians at Brest-Litovsk are in full retreat on both sides of the ...

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  16. MORE GERMAN FALSEHOOD.

    PARIS, Saturday, 10 p.m.—German-inspired statements in the neutral Press state that French shall gases have blinded many German troops, which ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. FIGHTING WAIST DEEP L. WATER.

    TURIN", Saturday, 10 p.m.— Signor Pisani, correspondent of the Italian newspaper "Stampa," states:— The Russian armies, in rearguard ...

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  18. BULGARIAN DEMANDS.

    SOFIA, Saturday, 10 p.m. — The Opposition groups of politicians in-their policy assure a cooperation of all parties in the national interests. ...

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  19. OPTIMISTIC ENEMY NEWS.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 5 p.m.—A German communique states:— General Hindenburg continues fighting near Bausk, capturing 2,450, and ...

    Article : 142 words
  20. AERIAL WARFARE

    PARIS, Saturday, 10 p.m.—An official communique states:—An aeroplane bombarded two stations on the Argonne as reprisals for the enemy ...

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  21. WHAT IS GERMANY'S AIM?

    LONDON, Saturday.—Louis Garvin, editor of the "London Observer" states :— Vilna, with its railways and roads ...

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  22. ENEMY HAMMERED ON BRITISH FRONT.

    PARIS, Saturday, 10 p.m.—An official communique states:—The German trenches in the districts of Nieuport, Hetsas; and eastward of the Lille road, ...

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  23. THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN

    ROME, Saturday, 10 p.m. — The Italians have taken Borgo also Mt. Menera, opposite Panarotta nfort and Mt. Salubio, thus touching the ...

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  24. RAILWAY STATION IN ARGONNE BOMBE.

    PARIS, Saturday, 10 p.m —An official communique states:—Our aeroplanes last night bombed he railway station of Chatel in the Argonne. ...

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  25. AN AERIAL HERO.

    LONDON, Saturday, 10 p.m.—His Majesty the King has sent a message to the mother of Captain G. Mapple-been an aviator who was killed at ...

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  26. POLISH PEASANTS

    PETROGRAD, Saturday, 10 p.m.—The Gorman severity at warsay by the new enemy Government has resulted in guerilla encounters between it and ...

    Article : 101 words
  27. ALPINE TROOPS SWEEPING OUT ENEMY.

    ROME, Saturday, 10 p.m.—An Italian communique states:—In new operations in the rugged Ademella range, our Alpinists have ...

    Article : 160 words
  28. TURKISH NEWS.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m. — A Turkish communique States:— The enemy is keeping up a strong artillery fire at Anafarta and at ...

    Article : 64 words
  29. NEW POISON GAS.

    Finally, they threw forward a section, behind a hillock, only 150 yards away, which hid them from the Russian fire. While the Russians 'were ...

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  30. TURKS SWARM TO ATTACK.

    Launceston Pine" was the merest incident in the main operations where in the Australians and the New Zealanders gained elbow room. ...

    Article : 181 words
  31. AMERICA AND THE WAR

    VANCOUVER (B.C.), Saturday, 10.45 a.m.—A cable from Washington states:—The German Ambassador, Count Bernstorff has notified Mr. ...

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  32. ATTACKS WITHOUT VALUE."

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday. 10 p.m.— message via the Berlin wireless quotes a Turkish communique, which states:— ...

    Article : 93 words
  33. RUSSIAN ARMY.

    PETROGRAD, Saturday, 10 p.m.—A Russian proclamation has been issued calling up the untrained reservists of the first militia category, ...

    Article : 53 words
  34. GERMAN NEWS.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday. 10 p.m.—A Gorman communique states:— Enemy airman unsuccessfully bombed Ostend, Middlekerke, Bruges, and ...

    Article : 35 words
  35. NAVAL WARFARE

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m.—German official news States:—Our cruisers Have bombarded the signal station Dago. ...

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  36. AUSTRO-GERMAN ARMY.

    NISH (Servia), Saturday, 10 p.m.—Our aviators, after a reconnaisance at Orsova, state that the Austro-German concentration is not yet adequate for ...

    Article : 47 words
  37. YANKEES WANT BUSINESS UP

    WASHINGTON, Saturday, 10 p.m.—Reuter's correspondent states:—The United States is pressing Germany to clear up the entire, submarine ...

    Article : 39 words
  38. 60 TRAINLOADS 'OF SHELLS

    PETROGRAD, Saturday, 10 p.m.—It is unlikely that any attempt will be made to hold Vilna (east of Kovno), which is unfortified, and unless the ...

    Article : 76 words
  39. ENEMY WHINE "COMRADE."

    The poison was soon working with its foul effects, suffocating to the lungs and lacerating the German ranks and the Austrian reinforcements, being ...

    Article : 239 words
  40. LIVELY IRISH CHARGE.

    The stencil is appalling, marrow stripes of sand at the bottom of the gullies. being piled with dead—a horrifying; sight, even viewed from a mile ...

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  41. ATTACK ON PARIS.

    PARIS, Saturday. 10 p.m. — Four German aeroplanes attempted to attack Paris tins morning, but French visitors pursued three, of them, which ...

    Article : 69 words
  42. CHANGED ATTITUDE OF ENEMY.

    WASHINGTON, Saturday 10 a.m.—[?] opinion is that a change [?] attitude as regards sub[?] ...

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  43. HATRED TO GERMANY.

    ATHENS, Saturday. 10 p.m.—The Greek population at Stamboul is irritated at the sight of thousands of wounded arriving day and night. Many ...

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  44. THE ZEEBRUGGE ATTACK

    AMSTERDAM, Sat., 10 p.m.—The Dutch newspaper "Telegraaf" states—It is now certain that the bombardment of Zeebrugge on Monday ...

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  45. 2,000,000 SHELLS

    PETROGRAD, Saturday. 10 p.m.—Some of the wounded from Ossowieez 30 miles N.W. of Biclostok) estimate that the sing the Germans ...

    Article : 78 words
  46. AERIAL BOMBS IN CENTRE.

    PARIS, Saturday. 10 p.m.—Details of the air raid states —Three German machine sascended towards 10 o'clock from Soissons district, and three from ...

    Article : 121 words
  47. IMPRESSIVE SCENES BON LANDING.

    LONDON, Saturday. 10 p.m.—There are impressive seems in Hull's densely crowded streets during the conveyence of the submarines' bodies from ...

    Article : 170 words
  48. KMSER DECORATES VON" SANDERS.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m.—The "Berlin News" stares that the Kaiser has conferred the Order of [?] upon General Luman Von ...

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  49. PRESIDENT AS CATSPAW.

    NEW YORK, Saturday, 10 p.m.—It is believed that Germany hopes that the United States in return for German assurances will endeavor to ...

    Article : 195 words
  50. HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF.

    PETROGRAD, Saturday. 10 p.m.—It is candidly [?] that the Russians are not attempting any defence at Brest-Litorsk. North of Grodno. ...

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  51. POSITION OF BULGARIA.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday. 10 p.m. — The Berlin newspapers have confessed that the announcement of a Tuco Bulgarian agreement [?] premature; but ...

    Article : 54 words
  52. SUBMARINE WARFARE

    LONDON, Saturday. 1.30 a.m.—Impressive seenes were witnessed on the [?] of the Danish steamer. Vidar. [?] submarine victins at Hall. ...

    Article : 79 words
  53. RUSSIAN CONFIDENCE IN ALLIES

    PARIS, Saturday, 10 p.m.—M. Sazonoff, Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs states that categorically there never was, at [?] ...

    Article : 60 words
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