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  4. THE GERMAN MENACE

    The Great Synagogue in Sydney was thronged on Sunday afternoon, when a most impressive service was conducted by Rabbi Cohen in connection with the ...

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  5. PATRIOTIC SPEECHES

    The leader of the Opposition in the House of Representatives (Mr. Cook) appears to have awakened to a much more active patriotism since the electors ...

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  6. AUSTRALIA'S ARMY

    With the second contingent off their hands, State commandants are now giving attention to the work of preparing the third, of 3227 men, which it to consist ...

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  7. PATRIOTIC FUNDS

    The rich American women resident in England—most of them married to Englishmen—are doing good work for the wounded. At the commencement of the ...

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  8. THE WAR FROM DAY TO DAY

    The fine soldierly qualities and adaptability of the Australian and New Zealand forces in Egypt are heartily appreciated by the Imperial service officers and ...

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  9. THE WAR HOGS' WORK

    The seventh report of the Belgian Commission (issued on Saturday) details numerous instances of the Germans screening the attacking columns with ...

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  10. CONTRABAND OF WAR

    A vigorously worded remonstrance, said to be the strongest addressed to any belligerent since the war broke out, has been sent by the President of the United ...

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  11. GERMANS IN AFRICA

    The British force operating against the Germans in Luderitzland (which is the name given to the southern part of German West Africa) had a smart but ...

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  12. VICTIMS OF "KULTUR."

    Mr. Robert White, of the New Zealand Shipping Company, and a well-known Aucklander, who was in England when the war broke out, acted for some time ...

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  13. THE QUALITY OF THE MEN.

    Commenting upon their keenness as soldiers, the Cairo correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" writes :— "Whatever they have been asked to do ...

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  14. CARGOES FOR NEUTRAL COUNTRIES.

    In order to prevent supplies of food, munitions of war and row material capable of being converted into weapons and ammunition reaching Germany, the ...

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  15. THE GALLOPER'S NAIVETE.

    The General was accompanied in the field by a diminutive galloper, who is still young enough to be permitted to be naive. Suddenly the first of the two ...

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  16. MUTILATED BELGIANS.

    Miss Marie Segur, who has just returned to Sydney, after a prolonged visit to Europe, was in France when war broke out, and interested herself greatly in ...

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  17. NEW ZEALANDERS' WHARES.

    "The horsemen—and they are all fine horsemen—are hard at it getting their animals into condition. The horses are of a hardy and handy type, more ...

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  18. NO FEAR OF THE ISSUE.

    "The German West African affair is likely to be expensive (writes a Johannesburg business man to a friend in Sydney). It is an immense country, three ...

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  19. ENEMY ALIENS IN NEW ZEALAND.

    The subject of aliens in the public service has been considered by the New Zealand Government and the public service Commissioner has been directed to carry ...

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  20. WANTED, AMBULANCE MOTORS.

    Twenty-five motor ambulances have already been received by the Defence Department, and have been allotted as follow:—First Australian General Hospital, ...

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  21. STRIKING CONTRASTS.

    The spectacle of "the men from down under" sheltering amid the tombs of the Pharaohs, impels another correspondent to write in almost poetic vein:— ...

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  22. PREACHING A "JEHAD."

    "We require a 'Jehad' to be preached, a scared war to be proclaimed by the Government, by the press, by the pulpit, by every public authority of trust. We require ...

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  23. PRODDED WITH BAYONETS.

    "I know it is true that the Germans forced the French women to march in front of their advance, knowing that the Allies would not fire on them. I know, ...

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  24. AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND.

    At the civic reception tendered to Mr. Fisher, Australian Prime Minister, when he arrived at Auckland, New Zealand, ...

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  25. THE BREED THAT FOUGHT AT MONS.

    Sir George Reid, High Commissioner for Australia, in the course of an interview, at Cairo, Egypt, sent the following message to the motherland: "As an ...

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  26. THROUGH FEVER SWAMPS.

    A thrilling story of hardships undergone by the British in capturing the principal parts of the Cameroons, in Equatorial West Africa, is told by the ...

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  27. ROTTEN THROUGH AND THROUGH.

    Speaking at the Royal Colonial Institute a few days ago, Earl Grey, who recently visited Australia, said that a German had informed him that deep in the ...

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  28. BASKETS OF NOTES.

    At New York last week, Madame Vander Velde, wife of the Belgian Minister in the United States, addressed a large meeting and pleaded for funds on behalf ...

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  29. AUSTRALIANS AS SOLDIERS.

    The physical standard of men in the Australian expeditionary force is exceptionally high, according to an officer at the Victoria Barracks, Sydney, who has seen ...

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  30. GERMAN "TACKS." .

    The road between Holdsworthy and Liverpool, N.S.W., along which troops are continually moving to and from the military camp, was found one recent ...

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  31. SHOT IN COLD BLOOD.

    When the Germans occupied Lodz, the first and second classes of Russian militiamen not serving with the colors were ordered to report themselves on ...

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  32. Hatred of England

    The "Cologne Gazette" can scarcely find words to express its detestation of Britain. In a recent article, it stated that "A land with such piratical egotism ...

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  33. LIONS, LEOPARDS AND GERMANS.

    At in the West, so on the eastern side of Africa, fighting it being carried on under most difficult conditions. The correspondent of the London "Times" ...

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  34. A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.

    One of the exciting incidents of the voyage of the Australian Expeditionary Force to Egypt is thus described by a trooper in a letter to his friends:—"The ...

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  35. FRUIT FOR THE NAVY.

    An appeal has come to Australia for fresh or preserved fruit for distribution among the warships of the North Sea fleet. ...

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  36. GIRLS BASTINADOED.

    The Home "Messagero" states that when the Austrians were re-occupying Czernowitz they were guilty of terrible cruelties to those alleged to be in favor ...

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  37. ANOTHER STRIKE THREAT.

    General discontent has existed among the employees of the Electrolytic and Refining Company at Port Kembla, N.S.W., over the continued employment ...

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  38. CRUELTY TO PRISONERS.

    A Russian non-commissioned officer who escaped from the Germans at Lodz narrates that he and two officers and thirty men were imprisoned in a stable ...

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  39. KING EDWARD'S HORSE.

    Some time ago it was announced that there were 300 vacancies in King Edward's Horse, and that applications would be received from Australians ...

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  40. Belgium's Fate

    It is rumored that the Kaiser intends to proclaim the incorporation of Belgium into the German Empire early in the new year, and at the same time, will ...

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  41. MOMENTS OF SUSPENSE.

    "The bugle sounded the alarm, the crew rushed up, and lights were flashed everywhere. A nurse ran up on deck. The bugle sounded the advance, and the ...

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  42. SONS OF BEASTS.

    German mothers have never brought forth such wild beasts as these poison-spreading enemies (says that cultured journal, the "Hamburger Nachrichten"). ...

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  43. "NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH."

    The Rev. Dr. Roseby, at the united intercessory service for peace, in the Pitt Street Congregational Church, Sydney, on Tuesday, said that there was a ...

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  44. RED CROSS FUNDS.

    The following cable has been received from Lord Rothschild, chairman of the British Red Cross Society, by Lady Helen Munro. Ferguson:—"The British ...

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  45. GAUDIN, THE TRAITOR.

    The sentence of five years' penal servitude passed upon Gaudin by the Samoan military administration has created a sensation in New Zealand. ...

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  46. A HOSPITAL SHELLED.

    During recent fighting the Allies' Red Cross workers picked up 700 German wounded, and removed them to a field hospital, which the Germans shelled, ...

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  47. LEAGUES OF KHAKI.

    The Defence Department has accepted tenders from Australian firms for the manufacture of 317 miles of khaki of varying weights per yard at a cost of ...

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  48. SENT STRIPPED THROUGH SNOW.

    Private O'Sullivan, of the 5th Dragoons, has signed a statement that he and seven others were taken prisoners at Ypres early one morning. They were ...

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  49. LONG PREMEDITATED.

    By this act the Kaiser will assume sovereign rights within the country, the neutrality of which he pledged his word to maintain, and the annexation of which ...

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  50. THE MAORI CONTINGENT.

    The New Zealand Minister for Defence (Mr. Allen), addressing the Maoris in their camp near Auckland, congratulated them upon the highly creditable manner ...

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  51. THE MELBOURNE FRACAS.

    The Federal Government has had under consideration the matter of the disturbance that took place in Melbourne recently when a number of Chinese were ...

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  52. SATAN-BEGOTTEN CREW.

    The "Magdeburger Zertung, in a flight of lofty eloquence, ventures upon prophecy, as follows:— "The day of those deluded people is ...

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  53. THE ROLL OF HONOR.

    The death is announced of Driver Charles Robert Hobill, of the Australian Army Service Corps, at present in Egypt, on December 20. His next of kin is his ...

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  54. KILLING WOUNDED MEN.

    Not only in France and Belgium is the German displaying the innate savagery of his nature. Harrowing sales of his brutality come from the districts through ...

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  55. THE SYDNEY'S WOUNDED.

    An official cable, has been received in Melbourne giving particulars of the condition of the men that were wounded on H.M.A.S. Sydney during the action ...

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  57. "GOD PUNISH ENGLAND."

    In the German concentration camp at Wesel special favors are granted French and Belgian prisoners in [?] distinguish between them and the British, ...

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