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    Such of the cable news on this page so headed has appeared in " The Times," and is cabled to Australia by special permission. it should be ...

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  4. TURKS RESUME OFFENSIVE.

    The Turkish offensive has been resumed west of Gumiskhane, on the Caucasus front, says a Petrograd offical report, which adds that the enemy ...

    Article : 98 words
  5. ON SALONIKA FRONT.

    A communique issued by the British commander at Salonika states that there has been no change in the situation on the Struma or Doiran fronts. ...

    Article : 49 words
  6. MESOPOTAMIA.

    An official Mesopotamian message reports no fresh developments except two successful aeroplane bombing raids against the Turkish position on ...

    Article : 29 words
  7. GENERAL CABLES.

    Both sides in the railway dispute are. resting while. Congress prepares to rush through the Adamson Bill which provides for an eight hour day for ...

    Article : 165 words
  8. INTERNED FRENCH FATHERS.

    A Paris telegram advises that France has accepted the proposal of the Pope that all fathers of three children who have been imprisoned by the enemy ...

    Article : 44 words
  9. JAPAN'S PART IN THE WAR.

    In a leading article on Saturday "The Times" pays a tribute to the invaluable work performed during the war by the Japanese navy. ...

    Article : 97 words
  10. HUN JUSTICE.

    The "Echo Belge" states that a German court-martial has sentenced two Belgian railway workers to death. The nature of the charge is not known. ...

    Article : 34 words
  11. HOLLWEG LEAVES KAISER.

    The "Vossische Zeitung" states that Dr. von Bethmaun-Hollwegg, the German Imperial Chancellor was expected to arrive in Berlin on Friday from the ...

    Article : 55 words
  12. COTTON MARKETS EXCITED.

    There has been frenzied buying of cotton at the Liverpool market owing to the American shortage. It is stated that the crop will not ...

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  13. LIEUT. JACKA, V.C.

    It is understood that Lieutenant "Albert Jacka V.C., of Wedderburn (Vic.) has been recommended for the Victoria Cross Clasp Jacka has recovered from ...

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  14. HINDENBURG TOO OLD.

    Lord Sydenham, writing in the "Daily Mail," says :— "A propos of the appointment of FieldMarshal von Hindenburg. It must be ...

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  15. NO GERMAN IRON EXPORTS.

    It is reported that Germany has prohibited the export of iron. ...

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  16. DILUTION OF LABOR.

    As a result of the work of the Government Commission on the dilution of labor on the Clyde. 14,000 women are now employed in 150 of the largest ...

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  17. GERMANY OFFERED PEACE.

    The London "Nation" published on Saturday what it described as an official article stating that Gremany asserts that she has been made two peace ...

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  18. YORKSHIRE EXPLOSION.

    It is officially announced that 39 people were killed and 60 others injured in the recent explosion at the Yorkshire munition works. ...

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  19. MR. LLOYD-GEORGE RECOVERS.

    Mr. D. Lloyd George (Minister for War) has recovered from the slight chill which necessitated his being absent from the farewell function to the ...

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  20. JAPS IN RUSSIA.

    "The Times" correspondent at Petrograd states that the Japanese delegation has been impressively feted. The leader of the party strikingly ...

    Article : 87 words
  21. NEUTRAL VESSEL LOST.

    The Norwegian steamer Tunge is reported to have been sunk by a submarine. ...

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  22. AUSTRALIA'S BOXING WONDER

    Georges Carpentier, the heavyweight boxing champion of Europe. who is now serving in the French air service, has written to the London "Weekly ...

    Article : 78 words
  23. EAST AFRICA CAMPAIGN.

    Lieutenant General J. C. Smuts the Commander-in-Chief in East African states :—"Enemy forces are in full retreat east and west of the Ulguru ...

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