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  6. THE WAR FROM DAY TO DAY

    The Lord Mayor's Shaw in London was essentially a war-time pageant, and an section of the khaki-clad procession, in which all branches of the army were ...

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  7. FLANDERS COAST

    Taking as his text the bald announcement that "vessels of the British fleet' yesterday bombarded the Belgian coast as far as Ostend." a writer in the London ...

    Article : 602 words
  8. EASTERN COCKPIT

    Serbia is still the cockpit in which the main interest of the war centres, and though, the army is making a gallant fight against overwhelming odds there ...

    Article : 397 words
  9. SUBMARINE WAR

    The British submarines operating in the Baltic have scored another victor over the fo[?] by she sinking of the German cruiser Undine off Tr[?]lieborg on Sunday ...

    Article : 280 words
  10. BRITISH VICTIMS.

    Some German submarines succeeded in getting past Gibraltar last week, and have since been busy among the shipping in the Mediterranean, three. British ...

    Article : 159 words
  11. COSTLY BULGAR VICTORIES.

    The fiercest actions were on the front where the Serbs and Bulgarians in Babuna Pass slaughtered each other pitilessly. The ground was covered with ...

    Article : 270 words
  12. SUNK IN THE STRAITS.

    Them are persistent reports at Gibraltar that two German submarines have been sunk in the Straits by a British cruiser, but no official confirmation of ...

    Article : 112 words
  13. THE SUBMARINE NUISANCE.

    Serious as our losses are, they are of comparatively little importance when set in the scale against the work performed by the British Meet, eloquent teslimony to ...

    Article : 141 words
  14. Cry for Reinforcements

    Writing from an hospital in Egypt where he is lying wounded, to a friend at Sydney, Private C. J. M'Carthy, sharply criticises the operations at the ...

    Article : 251 words
  15. ANGLO-FRENCH REINFORCEMENTS.

    An Allied force, numbering upwards of 100,000 men, has been landed at Salonica and, is making its way up to the assistance, of the Serbs; but this force is far ...

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  16. FRENCH PRAISE OF THE FLEET.

    Mr. Rene Bazin, describing In the Echo de Paris his visit to the British fleet, says: "I am able to state that the English have struck a rude blow at the German ...

    Article : 161 words
  17. Austrian Sea Atrocity

    An Austrian submarine commander in the Mediterranean is striving to emulate the ruthless conduct of the German that sank the Lusitania in the Atlantic, ...

    Article : 264 words
  18. "COME HERE AND FIGHT."

    As to the need for reinforcements he writes:—"If we had a few thousand more here, instead of at the races and football matches, it would not be a question ...

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  19. THE MONSTER CAPTURED.

    The Liverpool "Mercury" publishes a story of the capture of a super-submarine, 250.ft in length and 20.ft. beam, with four guns. She was launched three weeks ...

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  20. SERBIA'S GALLANT STRU[?]LE.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Asquith), in his speech at the Guildhall, London, on Tuesday reviewing the situation in Serbia, said that all were watching with ...

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  21. CHASED BY AEROPLANES.

    The crew of the British steamer Dottrell had an exciting experience last week while their ship was making its way to port with a cargo of bombs and maxims. ...

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  22. SAT ON A BOMB.

    Major Denton tells a story about an Australian, who was in a trench when a Turkish bomb was thrown in. The Australian instantly threw a sand-bag over ...

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