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  2. TRAINING OF APPRENTICES.

    In opening the school at Merrylands yesterday, Mr. James, Minister for Education, spoke of the national importance of education beyond the primary stage for ...

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  3. RUSSIA RECOVERING.

    A meeting of delegates of army and navy officers resolved that any delay in restoring the combatant power of the army and fleet would be equivalent of ruin ...

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  4. BRITISH GOVERNMENT.

    The "Daily Chronicle's" Parliamentary correspondent states that an extensive reshuffle of Ministers, involving at least four of the most important men, is expected. ...

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  5. AMERICA'S AIMS.

    President Wilson will make a statement to the people on Registration Day, and will possibly outline the aims of America in the war. ...

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  6. THE PEACE CONGRESS.

    There was an impressive session in the Chamber of Deputies when M. Ribot, the Prime Minister, announced the Government's attitude towards the Socialist ...

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  7. ON THE WEST FRONT.

    The latest French communique states: —There has been lively artillery fire at Lauffaux, Hurtebise, and Craonne. Since April 16th the French and ...

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  8. ITALY'S PROGRESS.

    The latest Italian official message states:— There was heavier artillery fire northward and eastward of Gorizia, in the ...

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  9. DISORDER IN PETROGRAD.

    It is significant that while the soldiers were giving an ovation to M. Kerensky at the front, serious disorders broke out in Petrograd. ...

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  10. DUKE NICHOLAS ARRESTED.

    The arrest of the Grand Duke Nicholas is reported, owing to Royalist riots in Ti[?]is. ...

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  11. DANGER TO RUSSIA.

    The "New York Times" says:—"A separate peace would mean Russian bankruptcy, owing to the Allies' immense advances, and the fact that Russia's paper ...

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  12. CATHOLIC EFFORTS.

    Archbishop Baurdrillard, the president of the French Catholic propaganda in an article in "La Croix," the Catholic organ, states that German Catholics recently ...

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  13. LOSSES OF AEROPLANES.

    According to communiques the Germans on the Western front lost 442 aeroplanes during May, and the Anglo-French 271. The British brought down 243 ...

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  14. GERMAN APPREHENSION.

    Messages from all German commanders on the Russian front report a grave change in the situation. They demand immediate reinforcements. ...

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  15. JAPAN'S AID.

    M. Cinfelli, the Italian Commissioner, says that Japanese troops will be sent to Russia if needed, but all the Allies, except France, have now a sufficiency of man ...

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  16. AUSTRIAN SUBMARINE SUNK.

    The French submarine Circe torpedoed and sank an Austrian submarine which a torpedeer was escorting out of Cattaro. ...

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  17. KING'S MESSAGE TO INDIA.

    The Maharajah of Bikanir, has delivered the King's message to India, in which his Majesty pays a tribute to India's splendid patriotism and the bravery of her sons, ...

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  18. THE ARMY LOYAL.

    A conference of soldiers' delegates from the front deprecates the exaggerated and misleading statements concerning the fraternisations with the enemy and ...

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  19. GERMANY'S STRENGTH.

    Advices from Canadian headquarters in France state that it is officially estimated that Germans have about three million men on the west front, of whom 750,000 ...

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  20. ZEPPELINS NEAR SWEDEN.

    Three Zeppelins approached Ystad Harbour or Friday. Swedish torpedo boats went out at full speed, and fired several shots. ...

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  21. AUSTRIAN CASUALTIES.

    It is estimated that the Italians put out of action 300,000 Austrians, in killed, wounded, and prisoners, in three weeks. ...

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  22. UPRISING IN BOHEMIA.

    Despatches from Rome state that the Italian successes are causing a revolutionary uprising in Bohemia. ...

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  23. ITALY AND AMERICA.

    Prince Udine, addressing Congress, said that Italian's endorsed President Wilson's war message. For the sake of the principles ...

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  24. A BLOW TO SOCIALISM.

    Mr. H. M. Hyndman, in an interview with a representative of "Le Journal," said: "It we attend the Stockholm conference we shall deal a mortal blow to ...

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  25. GERMAN REPORTS.

    The latest German official report states: There was increased artillery fire at Wytschaete Bend and intense firing near Lens, also on the north bank of the ...

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  26. VIGOROUS ACTIVITY.

    There has been vigorous activity on the part of the Russian artillery on the Riga front . Important damage has been inflicted ...

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  27. SWEDISH SHIPS SUNK.

    A Berlin message states that six Swedish vessels, the Pauline, Cyrez, Erik, Therese, Koell, and Olga, were sunk in the, Gulf of Bothnia. ...

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  28. STRIKES IN VIENNA.

    Concurrent with the opening of the Australian Parliament thousands of the workmen of Vienna ceased work. They attended Socialist meetings, and ...

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  29. HONOURS FOR AUSTRALIANS.

    Widespread interest was shown in the public Investiture yesterday in Hyde Park, when the King personally bestowed decorations on over 300 recipients, ...

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  30. CHINESE REVOLT.

    General Chang So Li, the Military Governor of Mukden, General Dich Shih Chun, Governor of Anhui, and leading rebels, who command large armies, are opposed ...

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  31. A STOLEN MESSAGE.

    Rumours are being circulated that Germans have been tapping American cable messages to Russia in regard to war aims. ...

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  32. UNWOUNDED PRISONERS.

    The "Daily Chronicle's" correspondent on the French front authoritatively learns that the French, during the offensive from April 15th to May 24th, ...

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  33. MURDER OF SERVIANS.

    Servian deserters from the Bulgarian Army state that 15,000 Servians participated in the rising in Old Servia early in April. ...

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  34. THE STOCKHOLM VIEW.

    The Gottenburg correspondent of the Sunday Times" says that all fear of any ascendency of the Scheidemann group in Stockholm is unfounded. ...

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  35. THE BRITISH MEETING.

    The Home Office prohibits all outdoor meetings at Leeds in connection with the Socialists' convention. This does not affect Sunday's indoor ...

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  36. GERMANY'S ALTERED TONE.

    The "North German Gazette" has published an official Note, declaring that Germany does not seek territory aggrandisement, nor increase of economic or ...

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  37. THE FLEET'S GOOD WORK.

    A Russian official report states:—Our Black Sea Fleet, cruising on the Anatolian coast on May 29th; destroyed munition depots, barracks, factories, and other ...

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  38. GERMAN FALSEHOODS.

    The Berne correspondent of the "Observer" states that, at Germany's instigation, Austria is distributing countless fly sheets, pamphlets, and newspaper ...

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  39. FOOD CONTROL.

    Mr. Vrooman, the Secretary for Agriculture, advocates two meals daily during the war. Mr. Hoover, the Food, Director, in an ...

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  40. BRITISH RAIDS.

    Field-marshal Sir Douglas Haig, the British Commandant on the West Front, reports:— We repulsed an enemy party on ...

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  41. PEACE HOPED FOR.

    The London correspondent of the "New York Tribune" says there is a sudden feeling that the Stockholm conference may do something towards peace, because the ...

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  42. GERMAN ANXIETY.

    The "Kolnische Volkszeitung, predicts that an Entente offensive in imminent, and alle[?]s that this is due to the Entente's hopeless position. ...

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  43. EMPIRE DAY SERVICE.

    Under the auspices of the League of Empire, a service for boys' and girls' brigades, in celebration of Empire Day, was held in Saint Paul's last night. ...

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  44. BRUSH WITH KURDS.

    A Russian official message states:—near Revansir, north-westward of Kirmanshah, in Persia, a thousand Kurdish horsemen attacked us. The battle is progressing. ...

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  45. ALLIES CONTROL GREECE.

    The Allies have assented to the Greek Government sending code messages to agents abroad. The Allied control of Greece commences ...

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  46. TWO MORE YEARS OF WAR.

    Mr. Gerard, the late Ambassador to Germany, in a speech said he expected at least two years more of war. The United States was over-indulgent ...

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  47. GERMAN INHUMANITY.

    I have carefully obtained and checked in detail the accounts of the two West Australians who escaped from the Germans last week. ...

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  48. GERMAN REPORT.

    A German official report states:—Artillery is more active at Smorgon, Baranovitch, and along the Brody-Zloczow-Tarnapol railway. ...

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  49. GERMAN REPORT.

    A German official report states:—The Bulgarians captured an outpost position near Alockmah, on the western bank of the Vardar River. ...

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  50. NEWCASTLE TIMER WORKERS

    The Newcastle branch of the Amalgamated Timber Workers' Union is proud of its war record. The branch, which was formed three years ago, has a membership ...

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  51. RECRUITING CAMPAIGN.

    It was stated last night by Captain Coates, organising secretary of the New South Wales Recruiting Committee, that the recruiting committees in the Werriwa ...

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  52. THE BRITISH CONGRESS.

    Mr. R. Smellie, president of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, will preside at the Socialist Convention at Leeds, at which 1000 delegates are expected to be ...

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  53. RUSSIA ORDERLY.

    The Petrograd correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" states: "The mood of the public has changed. Anarchy practically reigned for two months after the ...

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  54. HOMES FOR SOLDIERS.

    Scarcely a week passes without home for soldiers' or their dependents, built in the metropolitan area, by voluntary labour, being officially handed over. To-day ...

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  55. GERMAN SUBMARINE BASE.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says that the State Department has learned that Germany is endeavouring to purchase the island of ...

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  56. FOMENTING REVOLT.

    Baron von Reiseitz, the former German Vice Consul in Chicago, and Gustave Christiansen, have been indicted for conspiring to foment revolution in India. ...

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  57. THE IRISH CONVENTION.

    Arrangements for the holding of the Irish Convention are now practically completed. It is expected that the convention will comprise between 80 and ...

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  58. GERMANS BEWILDERED.

    Correspondents at the front describe the Germans' bewilderment and uncertainty regarding Field-Marshal Haig's next offensive in view of systematic destruction ...

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  59. THE KAISER'S ORDER.

    Apropos of the despatch of Mr. C. E. W. Bean, official press representative with the Australian Imperial Forces, concerning the brutal treatment of the Australian ...

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  60. LABOURS' OPPOSITION.

    Mr. Appleton, the secretary to the General Federation of Trade Unions, says that the Labour leaders will solidly oppose the Stockholm Peace Conference, ...

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  61. NEWCASTLE RECRUITING.

    At the Newcastle recruiting depot on Saturday, six volunteers, were accepted, and one rejected. Yesterday two offered, both being accepted. ...

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  62. BRAZIL'S DECISION.

    The President has signed the revocation of Brazil's neutrality. ...

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  63. QUEENSLAND.

    A married woman, living at Sandgate, recently received a box of chocolates by post. Suspicion was created by the words, "Not to be given to children ...

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  64. NEW BLOOD IN THE ARMIES.

    The Petrograd correspondent of the "Morning Post" states that the official organ of the Workmen and Soldiers' Council, commenting upon M. Kerensky's ...

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  65. RED TRIANGLE DAY.

    Mr. H. J. Cannington, the treasurer, acknowledges the following additional donations:—Newcastle South Public School £11 15s 2d, Mr. A. I. Fleming £5, Mrs. H. ...

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  66. STORMING GERMAN LINES.

    Correspondents at Headquarters state that the British reached the third line of the German trenches on Friday night in a raid near Loos. They stormed and ...

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  67. WAR LEVY ON CAPITAL.

    "The Nation" proposes a war levy upon British capital, in order to abate the resentment against war profiteering by the business and propertied classes. ...

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  68. SUBMARINES IN COLLISION.

    The "Rheinische Westfaelische" reports that an English submarine in the Channel on April 19th, while steaming under the surface, rammed a German ...

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  69. AUSTRALIANS IN LONDON.

    Senator Pearce, the Minister for Defence, has received satisfactory communications from Mr. Andrew Fisher, the High Commissioner, and the Commandant of ...

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  70. COMMONWEALTH NOTE ISSUE.

    There are 7385 more Australian notes in circulation to-day in the Commonwealth than at the end of March, but the face value is £89,874 less. ...

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  71. KAISER'S GREAT JOY.

    The Kaiser has sent a message to the Empress, joyfully announcing that, according to Field-marshal von Hindenburg's view, the Anglo-French spring offensive ...

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  72. A BRAVE VICTORIAN.

    Captain Earl, who was in charge of the platoon in which the only son of Sir Peter M'Bride, Agent-General for Victoria, was killed, says: ...

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  73. AVIATORS' SUFFERINGS.

    Two British aviators wore picked up by a warship in the North Sea after clinging to the wreckage of a machine for five days, during which they had subsisted on ...

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  74. A CARDINAL'S PRAYER.

    Cardinal Bourne, in a pastoral letter, draws attention to the issues dependent on the Irish convention. He bids the faithful pray incessantly ...

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  75. THE NEW ORDER.

    It is officially stated that the first "Gazette" of those receiving the new Order of the British Empire has been unavoidably postponed for a few days. ...

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  76. GERMAN FOOD SHORTAGE.

    The "Daily Chronicle's" correspondent on the West front says that it is definitely known that the best fed German fighting units have a ration equal to only ...

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  77. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS.

    Messrs. Griffith and Hassel, patent attorneys, of 77 Castlereagh-street, Sydney, report that the following applications for patents have been lodged at the ...

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  78. INTERNEES IN SWITZERLAND.

    There are 29,000 invalid soldiers interned in Switzerland. They include 16,500 French, 7500 Germans, and 1802 British. ...

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  79. THE CROWN'S CLAIMS.

    A Commission under the Great Seal has been issued to the King's Bench Division of the High Court to secure the forfeiture to the Crown of £46,061 due from the ...

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  80. IN PALESTINE.

    Mr. Massey, official correspondent with the British forces in Southern Palestine, states that enemy aviators on May 24th attempted to cut the railway and ...

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  81. AIRCRAFT ATTACKS.

    The British Admiralty reports:—Naval aircraft carried out several raids from Dunkirk on Thursday evening, and dropped many tons of bombs with good ...

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  82. THE SOCIALIST VIEW.

    The revolutionary Socialists' organ says:—"Russians must recognise the impossibility of prolonging the present inaction. ...

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  83. FOOD CONTROL.

    The Food Controller states that though the situation is good if economy be maintained, the department does not take such an optimistic view of the situation as that ...

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