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  5. SERIOUS SITUATION IN SOUTH WALES.

    LONDON, Saturday, 3.50 p.m.—The miners of South Wales are angry with the Government not receiving their deputation. Nearly 10,000 ...

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  6. THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN

    ROME, Sunday, 10 p.m.—An Italian communique states:—The Austrians destroyed some bridges and part of the railway in the Fondo ...

    Article : 197 words
  7. RELIEF OF TURKEY

    Sensational development may he expected in the Gallipoli operations very shortly, as Germany intends to attempt to rush through the Balkan territory. Srivia and Roumania are falling all available men to the colors, whilst Bulgram backed by Greece is still bargaining for terms. ...

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  8. AERIAL WARFARE

    AMSTERDAM, Sunday, 10 p.m. — The Allied aeroplanes bombed the German linos at Bixschoote (6 miles north of Ypres), where one hundred bombs ...

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  9. FIGHTING IN FRANCE

    PARIS, Sunday, 6.23 p.m. — An official communique states:— Violent hand-to-hand fighting took place at Marie Therese, in the ...

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  10. MINISTERS TO AGAIN MEET

    LONDON, Saturday, 5.35 p.m.—The Minister of Munitions, Mr. David Lloyd-George, and the president of the Board of Trade, Mr. Runciman, ...

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  11. DUEL IN THE AIR.

    PARIS, Monday 1 a.m.—The fight at Senlis with a German aviator was short and swift. Captain Brocard headed off the German over a wood, ...

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  12. VIEW OF LONDONERS.

    LONDON, Sunday, 10 p.m. — Asked as to the probable duration of the war. Sir Gilbert Parker, the well-known Canadian novelist, and M.P for ...

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  13. MINERS MAY RESUME WORK.

    LONDON, Monday 10.15 a.m. — A calmer fueling is displayed in South Wales. Many meetings of miners hold on Sunday, favored a continuance ...

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  14. WELSHMEN OBDURATE.

    LONDON, Saturday, 10 p.m.—Mr. Runciman has consented to meet a South Wales deputation to-morrow. A mass meeting of Western ...

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  15. RAID ON GERMAN CAMP.

    PARIS, Sunday, 10 p.m. — Sixty aeroplanes bombarded the Houthulst, and produced excellent results. The forest, which was a vast military ...

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  16. AMERICA AND THE WAR

    NEW YORK, Sunday, 10 p.m.—A Berlin correspondent of the United Press states that the German Foreign Office is unalterably opposed to the ...

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  17. IN THE DARDANELLES

    PARIS, Sunday. 10 p.m.—A Frenchman from Turkey says that the Germans have established three mations factories in Turkey, all of which are ...

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  18. POSITION" OF BULGARIA.

    LONDON, Sunday. 11 p.m.—Mr. Edwin Pears, in an interview with a representative of the "Daily Chronicle." said:— ...

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  19. RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN

    PETROGRAD, Sunday, 10 p.m.—It is authoritatively stated that the Russian retirement will be continued with deliberation and tranquility until the ...

    Article : 69 words
  20. ZEPPELIN RAIDS

    LONDON, Sunday. 9 p.m. — Mr. Arthur Kalfour. First Lord of the -Admiralty, has replied to a correspondent who had' asked why the English ...

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  21. 13,000 MIXERS IDLE IN WALES.

    LONDON, Saturday, 9.45 a.m.—13,000 minors are idle in West Mon-mouthshire. ...

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  22. HEROISM OF SHUCKS.

    LONDON, Sunday, 10 p.m. — The story is related, that a surgeon badly wounded in both legs at Gallipoli. crawled among the wounded for hours. ...

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  23. STRIKE KNOWN IN ENEMY TRENCHES.

    LONDON, Saturday, 10 p.m.—A British officer states that Germany, on hearhig of the coal strike in Wales, displayed boards in the trenches, ...

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  24. GERMAN NEWS.

    AMSTERDAM, Sunday, 10 p.m.—A German communique states:—The enemy's stubborn resistance, south-astward of Kovno (25 miles off E. ...

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  25. ROUMANIA MOVING.

    PARIS, Monday. 2 a.m.—All Roumanian officers row in Switzerland has been recalled home. ...

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  26. BELGIAN MINERS' STRIKE.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m.—The coal strike is spreading in the Charleroi district, in Belgium. The miners at Chatelineau marched in ...

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  27. ROOSEVELT AS CRITIC.

    VANCOUVER, Monday, 2.35 a.m.—A cable from Now York states that Mr. Roosevelt, further replying to the secretary of War, Mr. Lindley ...

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  28. BALKANS MUST MOVE.

    LONDON, Monday. 2 a.m.—The correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" at Bucharest. states:—The Australian are massing troops on the Serbo ...

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  29. SCOTTISH MINERS' ADVANCE.

    LONDON, Saturday, 10 p.m.—Premier Asquith has awarded the Scottish miners an advance of 6[?] per cent., so raising their wages 3d a day, ...

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  30. SERVIANS STOPPED HUNS' ADVANCE.

    NISH, (Sorvia). Sunday, 10 p.m.—Official We have, stopped the enemy's operations on the islands of Malastrat-Clieya, on the Danube, and also ...

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  31. DIVERSE STORIES OF ADVENTURE.

    Mr. Balfour comments: If one story is true then the other is false. Why not explain the discrepancy and tell the world wherein the Germans ...

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  32. GERMANY READY TO INVADE SERVIA.

    LONDON, Monday. 2 a.m.—The correspondent of the Austria and Germany are using all [?] to cause war ...

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  33. COMPULSORY SERVICE.

    LONDON, Sunday. 7.20 a.m. — A Cabinet committee, consisting of Lords Melbourne, Crewe, Mr. Winston Churchill, Mr. Austin Chamberlain, and LONDON, Saturday, 5.45 p.m.—Premier Asquith, invited to interpret his war bonus percentage award, is taking the Northumberland mining ...

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  34. GERMANY PLAYING WITH PRESIDENT.

    WASHINGTON, Monday. 10 p.m.—The "New York Times" interprets the latest explanations to mean that Germany will not ask any assurance that ...

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  35. POSITION OF GREECE.

    Mr. Edwin Pears states that, regarding Greece, Queen Sophia, who has great influence with King Constantly quite recently brought Greece ...

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  36. STRUGGLE IN S.W. POLAND.

    PETROGRAD, Sunday, 10 p.m. — An official communique states:— The enemy southward of Vladimer and Worknski (70 milos S.W. of ...

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  37. CONCESSIONS BY TURKEY.

    PARIS, Sunday. 10 p.m.—The correspondent of the French newspaper. "L. Matin," Sofia, states a proctocol has been signed whereby Turkey ...

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  38. LABOR AND THE WAR

    LONDON, Sunday, 1.15 p.m.—Harvest prospects are much improved this last fortuight, the rain having etasted and the shortage of labor being ...

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  39. 10,000 RUSSIANS

    AMSTERDAM, Sunday, 10 p.m. — An Austrian communique states:— We have had successes at Vladimir, Wolynski and Zlotabpa, and broke ...

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  40. NECESSITY FOR SILENCE.

    Mr. Balfour continues:-It may still be asked whether if reticense unusually is used to embarrass the German, and also unduly to reassure the British ...

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  41. FUTURE OF TURKEY.

    Mr. Edwin Pears added:—The key of the situation is an arrangement between Bulgaria and Servia. If Servia surrenders Macedonia, tills will ensure ...

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  42. MAHOMMEDAN CHIEF.

    PARIS, Monday. 2 a.m.—The Sheik Elidria has arrived at Nice on his way to Romo, and is hoping to conclude an agreement for an independent ...

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  43. 6,000,000 REFUGEES QUIT POLAND

    PETROGRAD, Sunday. 10 p.m. — Tt is estimated that six million people quitted Poland on the approach of the Germans. ...

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  44. SERVIAN MALES ABROAD.

    NISH (Serving Monday. 2 a.m.—All Servians from 18 to 50 wars of age who are brand has been called to the colors. ...

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  45. WAR LOAN GOING BEGGING.

    AMSTERDAM, Sunday 10 p.m.—An advertisement in the German newspapers uses the people to sell their foreign stocks especially American ...

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  46. RUSSIANS OUT OF GALICIA.

    AMSTERDAM, Monday, 2 a.m. —Austrian advices state that the Russians have entirely evacuated Galicia. ...

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  47. USELESS WAREFARE.

    Judged by numbers (says Mr. Balfour), the cumulative result of many successive crimes is unequalled by the single effort of the lusitania ...

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  48. THE POSITION OF JAPAN

    TOKIO, Monday, 2 a.m.—Admiral Kato, Minister of Marine at a [?] meeting of Constitutionlist [?] at Kobe (the chief coal port) claimed ...

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  49. TURKISH NEWS.

    AMSTERDAM, Monday. 2 a.m.—A Turkish communique states:—The enemy on Friday after artillery [?] paration, made land and sea attacks at ...

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  50. GERMAN PRESS SNEERS AT LLOYD-GEORGE.

    AMSTERDAM, Saturday, 10 p.m.—Gorman newspapers comment on the Welsh strike at great length, believing this will affect the question of ...

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  51. MUNITION WORKS.

    LONDON, Monday. 12.45 a.m. — The "Daily Telegraph" states that the Munitions Parliamentary Committee hare visited the mution works at five ...

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  52. AGITATION AMONGST RAILWAY EMPLOYES.

    LONDON, Saturday, 1 a.m.—The railway men's unions are urging [?] to demand an all- bound advance of 3/ weekly. ...

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