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  3. "BIG THINGS DOING IN GALLIPOLI"

    CONSTANTINOPLE Wednesday 7.55 p.m. — Official Our artillery on the left wing at Seddulbahe (in the Southern Zone) has ...

    Article : 73 words
  4. IN THE FIRING LINE

    GABA TEPE, July 23.—When.reinforcemente Teach tho firing lino one may presume it will not be very many hours before they are in the trenches ...

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  5. WHAT OF THE BALKANS

    ROME, Wednesday, 1.30 a.m.—The newspapers -regard the delays ' in the Servian reply to the Greek Premier's declaration, and in the announcement ...

    Article : 97 words
  6. LABOR AND THE WAR .

    "LONDON, Tuesday. 6.20 p.m.—The Press Bureau slates that the coal owners, desiring to meet the difficulties of the situation, as explained by ...

    Article : 160 words
  7. THROUGH MANY LANDS

    A most interesting and instructive lecture, entitled "Through Man? Lands," was delivered in the Wynyard Methodist Church last Tuesday ...

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  8. TURKEY AND BULGARIA.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 8 a.m.—Berlin advices to Sofia states that Bulgaria hag postponed its signature to Turkish treaty, as the Quadruple Entente ...

    Article : 104 words
  9. THE RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN

    AMSTERDAM, Wednesday, 2 a.m.- A Berlin Communique States:— Gence ral Hindenburg troops are fighting for the brigs head south of Friedrich ...

    Article : 152 words
  10. TINPLAVTERS DEMAND INCREASED WAGES.

    LONDON", Tuesday, 3.30 p.m.—The Welsh tinplaters are demanding a i 15 per cent, increase in wages. ...

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  11. COMPLETE VICTORY FOR THE MEN.

    LONDON, Tuesday, 9.35 p.m.—The settlement is regarded as a complete victory for {lie men. Representatives of the miners and coal owners ...

    Article : 200 words
  12. DARING BRITISH SUBMARINE.

    ATHENS Thursday 1.35.p.m. — A British sub[?] has blown up a portion of the [?]ta bridge connecting of the one of the Suburs of Castantion[?] ...

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  13. REDUCTION OF ARMAMENTS

    LONDON, Tuesday, 10.10 p.m. —The Foreign Office in a statement replying to the Nordeuctshe Allgemainc Zeltung stated that the German ...

    Article : 375 words
  14. FIG THUNGS HAPPENING.

    LONDON Wednesday 12.30 a.m. A neval wireless operator at Capp[?]writes:—" The general opinion in that this ...

    Article : 67 words
  15. FINISH OF BREST-LITOVSK.

    AMSTERDAM, Tuesday 10.p.m. The Correspondent of the newspapers [?]voesse Zeitung" who has visited Breast Litosk states that the ...

    Article : 66 words
  16. NEWS FROM THE ENENY

    AMSTERDAM. Wednesday 9.30.a.m. A Constantinople wireless message reports:— The enemy renewed his attacks on ...

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  17. REMEMBRANCE OF HOME.

    When I was thoroughly lost in the trenches, and guessed that many a reinforcement had been left similar! I read ou a signboard at a street ...

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  18. "MINERS WILL DO THEIR DUTY."

    LONDON Wednesday 8.p.m. — The voting at the Cardiff conference was in groups of 50 The actual figures were 62,220 in favor of the continuance of ...

    Article : 143 words
  19. FRANCE AND FLANDERS

    PARIS Tuesday 3.30 p.m. Geroges Carpentier the champion boxing has again had an accident this time when landing from an acroplane ...

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  20. WARSAW GERMAN GOVERNOR.

    AMSTERDAM Tuesday 9.35 p.m. The German Governor of Warsaw has issued a decree to Manufactures bankers and tradesman threatening to ...

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  21. GERMAN HANGER BOMBED.

    LONDON, Tuesday 3.30. p.m. Amsterdam reports that the Allied acroplanes have destroyed a large German hanger (air ship sheds at Ghent in) ...

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  22. THE ALLY'S BRAVE STAND.

    LONDON Wednesday 3.p.m. — A Geneva message states that the enemy has launched a million been including all his cavally against the Russian ...

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  23. FAMOUS AVIATOR KILLED.

    LONDON Wednesday 1.30 M. Paged the [?] has been killed at the front ...

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  24. LIVING IN THE FIRING' LINE.

    They were in. all sorts of attitudes— not all on duty in the strict sense. Every loophole and sand bag had an Australian behind it. One man in six ...

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  25. THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN

    CETINJE Tuesday 3.30 p.m. In official communique states that the Australian attempted an attack in the dircetion of Savine and Trebine and ...

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  26. RUSSIAN POSITION PRECARIOUS.

    LONDON Wednesday 1.30 a.m. A Berin Wireless message states that the victorious German armies are now cutting the fleeing Russians into three ...

    Article : 155 words
  27. AMERICA AND THE WAR

    VANCOUVER. Tuesday, 2 a.m.—A message from New York states that the sterling exchanges is the lowest on record, tho value for a pound reaching ...

    Article : 127 words
  28. LONG EXPECTED LETTERS.

    "We only live for the postman now" the men have declared to me and I find the letters have lately been coming forward a little more ...

    Article : 201 words
  29. AUSTRIAN' COMMUNIQUE .

    AMSTERDAM. Wednesday 8.p.m — An Australia Communique states We Prisonered north-eastward of L[?]k 1,500 men and captured the ...

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  30. NEVER OR NOW.

    Listen, young heroes! your country is calling I Time strikes the hour for the-brave and the true! ...

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  31. FOR VALOR

    LONDON, Wednesday, 12.55 a.M. — Lance Corporal Angus Eighth Territioral Higland Light who sustained forth wounds in the Victoria ...

    Article : 84 words
  32. THE GERMAN PLEA.

    LONDON, Wednesday 2.p.m.— The "Telegraph's" Washington correspondent learns from a high source that Germany has expressed its willingness ...

    Article : 179 words
  33. THE PROBLEM OF WHEAT

    LONDON, Tuesday 11.25 p.m. — The interim report of Lord Milner's Committee cabled on Junce 18) recommended guaranteeing farmers a ...

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  34. PREVAILING CHEERFULNESS.

    Let it bo not forgotten that during tills time shells have been swishing overhead— Sometimes our own as the same time as the Turesday The lads ...

    Article : 372 words
  35. THE ENEMY'S METAL TRADE

    LONDON'. Wednesday. 7.55 p.m.—In the Kind's Bench Division of the High Court the_ Zinc Corporation is asking for a declaration that a contract of ...

    Article : 177 words
  36. NEVER WITHOUT THEM.

    Mrs. E. Shearing, of Main street, Sheffield, Tas., writes:— "I find thnt Dr. Morso's Tndinn Root Pills are a sp'endid medicine for relief from ...

    Article : 64 words
  37. TELEPHONES AND OBSERVATION STATIONS.

    Passing along the firing lino Find lines of wries fastened to a well there is a network of telephones in all directions linking up branches for ...

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  38. THE PRISON CAMPS

    LONDON Wednesday 8.a.m. — The U.S. Ambassador has transmitted satisfactory reports as to the prison camps at Wesrtphalia and Wester both from ...

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