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  2. FRANCO-BELGIAN FRONT

    A wireless message from Berlin states that enemy warships bombarded Westende (on the Belgian coast) on Tuesday morning, and shelled Ostend in the afternoon. it ...

    Article : 55 words
  3. ALLIES BOMB OSTEND.

    French aeroplanes, acting in co-operation with British naval air squadrons, have thrown bombs on the German hangars at Ostend. ...

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  4. UNITED STATES AND GERMANY.

    The Government has requested Austria to recall her Ambassador, owing to his propaganda to inaugurate strikes in American ammunition factories. ...

    Article : 33 words
  5. AERIAL WARFARE.

    Fifty-six casualties were caused by the German airships which raided the eastern counties of England on Tuesday night. The Press Bureau has issued the ...

    Article : 261 words
  6. "WAR WITH KID GLOVES."

    The "Daily Graphic" demands reprisals for the Zeppelin raids, and says, "We are waging war with kid gloves. The Germans declared war on our women and ...

    Article : 91 words
  7. ZEEBRUGGE BOMBARDMENT.

    The Amsterdam newspaper "De Telegraaf," in contradicting the minimised account given by Germany of the recent bombardment at Zeebrugge by 40 allied ...

    Article : 111 words
  8. HAMPERING MUNITION WORK

    The New York "'Tribune" states that Count von Bernst[?]rff (the German Ambassador) has begun a campaign among munition workers in American factories ...

    Article : 67 words
  9. A ZEPPELIN DESTROYED.

    Travellers narrate that a Zeppelin on Wednesday lost a propeller over Brussels. The aircraft fell and was entirely destroyed. The crew were killed. ...

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  10. Germany Refuses to Apologise.

    Germany has refused to apologise for the sinking of the Arabic. She contends that the submarine commander acted in self-defence. ...

    Article : 53 words
  11. French Airmen Busy.

    A Paris communique states:— "A French dirigible airship has dropped explosives on the railway station and Factories at Nesle, 18 miles south-west of ...

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  12. A New Army Next Spring.

    At the re-opening of the Chamber of Deputies next week, Deputy Masse will introduce a bill to enable France to place in the field next spring a well-trained ...

    Article : 74 words
  13. Aeroplanes Brought Down.

    Field-Marshal Sir John French reports:— "On 1st September an enemy aeroplane was brought down by machine gun and ...

    Article : 64 words
  14. Onus Placed on Britain.

    It is reported that Count von Bernstorff has been instructed to inform Mr. Lansing, the American Secretary for State, that incidents such as the Arabic will continue ...

    Article : 61 words
  15. An Abortive Journey.

    The Press Bureau has announced that hostile aircraft appeared over the east coast of England on Sunday night, and dropped bombs. ...

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  16. GALLANT BELGIUM.

    A Belgian officer has stated that the Belgian army is numerically larger and better armed than at the outbreak of hostilities. ...

    Article : 70 words
  17. London District Attacked.

    Zeppelin airships again visited England on Wednesday night. The Press Bureau reports that the raiders dropped incendiary and explosive ...

    Article : 216 words
  18. JAPAN WOULD SEND ARMY.

    Bianco, Italian deputy, states that Hayathi, the Japanese Ambassador, informed him that if the Quadruple Entente requested Japan to send a large army to ...

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  19. LONDON'S CHIEF GUARDIAN.

    It is officially announced that Admiral Sir Percy Scott, Bart. (retired) has been entrusted with the gunnery defences of London against attacks by hostile airmen. ...

    Article : 153 words
  20. GERMAN LOAN FAILURE.

    Despite the enormous official pressure exerted public participation in the new German 5 per cent. loan, issued at 95, appears to be feeble. Banks and military ...

    Article : 46 words
  21. GERMANY BANS ALCOHOL.

    A French official wireless telegram reports that an agitation has developed in Germany in respect of a recent order prohibiting the sale of alcohol. ...

    Article : 60 words
  22. BRITAIN MUST HAVE LABOR.

    The Minister of Munitions (Mr. Lloyd George) attended she Trade Union Congress at Bristol on Thursday to explain the telegram which he forwarded to the delegates ...

    Article : 240 words
  23. ITALY AT WAR.

    The Italian Cabinet has given consideration to the control of the 103 conquered Austrian townships, the organisation of the winter campaign, and the production of ...

    Article : 147 words
  24. A DAYLIGHT RAID.

    An official announcement in London reports that enemy aeroplanes were observed flying over the Kentish coast on Monday afternoon. ...

    Article : 56 words
  25. Allies' Raid at Saarbruck.

    German reports state that the Allies' air raid at Saarbruck had terrible results. A military railway was blown up. Seventy-five men were killed; many were soldiers. ...

    Article : 44 words
  26. GERMAN PIRACY

    Describing his visit to the British Grand Fleet in company with other French writers, M. Rene Bazin says that he learned by various means that the British had ...

    Article : 87 words
  27. DEATH OF PEGOUD.

    A German aviator flying over Alsace on Tuesday dropped a wreath, inscribed, "In memory of Pegoud, who died a hero's death.—From his Adversary." ...

    Article : 112 words
  28. Austrians Reinforced.

    Fresh Austro-Hungarian contingents with heavy artillery are arriving. The enemy shelled the docks at Monfalcone (10 miles south-west of Gorz), damaging ...

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  29. BULGARIA AND SERBIA.

    German politicians are discussing with lively interest the Bulgarian Minister's surprise visit to Nish (in Serbia), where he declared Bulgaria's detailed answer to Serbia. ...

    Article : 42 words
  30. North Sea Fishermen's Work.

    The commander of a North Sea patrol, who is now in London on furlough, after six months' continuous duty, declares that the nation will never be able to repay the ...

    Article : 60 words
  31. Great Battle Impending.

    Great preparations for battle at Gorizia and Tolmino are reported by the Geneva Correspondent of the "Daily Express." He states that there are 300,000 ...

    Article : 62 words
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