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  6. THE WAR FROM DAY TO DAY

    Mr. C. P. Trevelyan M.P., a grand nephew of Lord Macaulay, the historian and, until the outbreak of the war, the occupant of a minor post in Mr. Asquith's ...

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  7. AUSTRALIAN TARS

    In order that the Australian people may know something of what their battleship is doing, the British Admiralty recently arranged for a representative of ...

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  8. KITCHENER'S VISIT TO GALLIPOLI

    Lord Kitchener has arrived at the Gallipoli Peninsula, where he is acquiring first-hand information as to the situation, the nature of which may determine ...

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  9. NOTHING SHORT OF VICTORY.

    Mr. Bonar Law, Secretary of Stale for the Colonies, replying to Mr. Trevelyan said that no member of the House believed that Germany would set Belgium free ...

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  10. A PICTURE OF OUR MEN.

    "Could I give but a glimpse of the Australia and her crew to the mothers and sisters in the far off Dominion there would be fewer anxious faces. There ...

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  11. BRITAIN'S TERMS.

    It may have been a coincidence, but it is significant that on the day on which this discussion took place there appeared in the London "Daily Chronicle" an article ...

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  12. WINSTON CHURCHILL'S GRAPHIC STORY

    Mr.,Winston Churchill, who last week resigned his position an a member of the British Cabinet, made a statement in the House of Commons respecting his action, ...

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  13. THE ENGINE-ROOM STAFF.

    "A large majority of the sixty officers are English. There have been many changes owing to promotion to other ships. These include Lieut. Billyard ...

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  14. THE ADMIRAL'S COMMENT.

    "After assisting in rounding-up the German squadron in the Pacific, the Australian made for an English port, where Vice-Admiral Paley was appointed to the ...

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  15. ADMIRAL GARDEN'S VIEWS.

    When Admiral Garden wan stricken with illness, Mr. Churchill sent a personal secret telegram to Admiral de Robeck asking whether he approved of the ...

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  16. THE WALLABY AFLOAT.

    "The officers admit there is something distinctive about the Australian. In physique he is bigger, and frequently shows more initiative than the English ...

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  17. THE FRENCH RESOLVE.

    Frenchmen are under no illusions in this respect. "France does not stand for a premature peace," declared the new Premier, M. Briand a few days ago. ...

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  18. THE TIES OF HOME.

    "The strongest tie between officer and men is their common great expectancy. This keeps up the spirits of all. Australia is represented by a happy family ...

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  19. A LEGITIMATE WAR GAMBLE.

    Mr. Churchill would not have it said that the Dardanelles was a civilian plan foisted by a political amateur upon reluctant officers. He regarded it as a ...

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  20. IMPATIENT FOR FIGHTING.

    "I interviewed several. All showed the same wonderful dash and enthusiasm for life in the navy during wartime. A Williamstown boy said, 'I have nothing to ...

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  21. LORD FISHER'S REPLY.

    Admiral Lord Fisher, in House of Lords, on Tuesday, made the following remarks relative to Mr. Churchill's explanation in the House of Commons of ...

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  22. THE VOICE OF THE DOMINIONS.

    Mr. Bonar Law, Secretary of State for the Colonies, speaking at a war anniversary meeting at Folkestone recently, after paying a glowing tribute ...

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