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  6. THE WAR FORM DAY TO DAY

    A political sensation of the profoundest character has been caused in England by the publication of a preface that Mr. Lloyd George has written to his collected ...

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  7. GALLANT AUSTRALASIANS.

    After paying a generous tribute to the rapid, brilliant, and successful operations of the Italian army, Lord Kitchener continued: "On Gallipoli Peninsula as ...

    Article : 234 words
  8. BRITAIN'S HONOR AT STAKE.

    Then follows a sly dig at America's attitude in regards to the destruction of passenger vessels by German submarines "It British women and children were ...

    Article : 102 words
  9. Millions of Men and Money

    In the House of Commons on Wednesday afternoon the Prime Minister (Mr. Asquith) moved for a vote credit of £230,000,000 which he said would ...

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  10. THE FOE'S OVERWHELMING STRENGTH.

    Confessing that it would be idle to pretend that the nisi twelve months' task has been accomplished satisfactorily by the Allies, the Minister, in a few terse ...

    Article : 178 words
  11. THE CALL ON THE COUNTRY.

    In conclusion, Lord Kitchener said that the response of the country to the call for recruit had been lade short of marvellous, but that the question of keeping up ...

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  12. A PRESENT FOR SIR E. CREY.

    During a recent air said over London a Zeppelin dropped a horse's bladebond covered with sketches and diagrams. On the flat, wide end of the bone was what ...

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  13. CONVERTING RUSSIA.

    In another of his recent speeches, Mr. Lloyd George expressed as conversation that, under the stress of war, Russia was awakening to a consciousness of national ...

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  14. GERMANY'S REASONS

    Although the British authorities do not permit any statement to appear as to the actual districts visited by the hostile aircraft, the German press claims to know ...

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  15. WHEN SILENCE IS TREASON.

    "Any public man shirking the facts and failing to sui up his countrymen is guilty of high treason. It is essential for the Allies to put forth their whole strength ...

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  16. The Military Situation

    Earl Kitchener, Secretary of State for War, in a speech in the House of Lords on Wednesday afternoon, reviewed the military situation, and paid a warm ...

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  17. GALLIPOLI'S INFLUENCE.

    The Earl of Sel[?]rne, formerly High Commissioner in South Africa, said that at the Dardanelles the physical features of the Peninsula had presented ...

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  18. AN APPEAL TO BRITONS.

    "Is Britain prepared to fill the gap and cope [?] all the possibilities during the next few months on the western front, [?] forgetting the eastern front. The ...

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  19. Baby Killing Raids

    During the past fortnight, Zeppelin air raids upon the east coast of England have been matters almost daily occurrence, and the casualty list from these ...

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  20. "THE IMPERIAL MURDERER."

    The Arch[?]con of London, preaching at St. Paul's on Sunday last, referred to the recent Zeppelin laid on London. He said: "I need not go back further than ...

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  21. DEFEATS IN DISGUISE.

    "As regards the net results, all that the Germans can place to their credit is that at enormous sacrifice they have captured certain fortresses. But our recent ...

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  22. THE CABINET AND COMPULSION.

    In the Cabinet itself, a sharp division of opinion exists on the subject of compulsory national service. It is understood that Mr. Balfour is against compulsion. ...

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