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  3. THE WEST

    Field Marshall French reports: Since my communique of the 24th the situation has unchanged. There has been mining activity on ...

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  4. JUNCTION

    The latest official report from the Balkans suggests that a substantial section of the Austro-German forces have functioned with the Bulgarians. ...

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  6. RECRUITS

    Down the hill along Lambert-street at about 4 o'clock yesterday after-noon came a procession unique in the history of Bathurst, and one which ...

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  7. ITALIANS

    The London "Daily Telegraph" is in receipt of the first details of a great battle that waged three days on the Italian frontier. ...

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  8. ENEMY REPULSED.

    A Paris official message says: South of Loos we repulsed and dispersed strong enemy patrols. In the Champagne the enemy ...

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  9. MINING OPERATIONS.

    An official message sates: At the approaches to Arra, on the Italic road, nd south east of Neuville St.Vaast were exploded a series of ...

    Article : 53 words
  10. VIVE LA FRANCE

    General Joffre, in an Order of the Day, transmits King George's message to the soldiers of France as follows: "I am most happy to be able to realise ...

    Article : 172 words
  11. VACILLATION AND BLINDNESS.

    The Paris "Temps" remarks that through our vacillation and our blindness a junction between the German and Bulgarian forces is imminent. ...

    Article : 44 words
  12. ENEMY REPORT.

    A Berlin official message says that the Germanic troops, have reached a general line between Valjevo and Moroccoi, and that Dviola, Neresnica, ...

    Article : 55 words
  13. GALLIPOLI

    Mr. Ashmead Bartlett, interviewed in London, said it was impossible for the fleet alone to pierce the Dardanelles. The attempt was silly. ...

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  14. UNHEEDED WARNING

    The Manchester "Guardian," in a leading article, says that for three months it was obvious that the Germans would go to the Balkans. ...

    Article : 56 words
  15. THE COALIES.

    The matter of the coal trouble was brought before Justice Ileyd?n in the Industrial Arbitration Court to-day. This was in the form of a summons ...

    Article : 333 words
  16. BULGARIA

    A Salonica message states that tell Bulgarians are retreating from Valandova, and that severe fighting is continuing at this point. ...

    Article : 43 words
  17. RUSSIANS

    An official message states that the Germans have been repulsed southeast of Riga on the Dvinsk line. ...

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  18. CASUALTIES

    The ninety-ninth and hundredth casualty lists issued this morning contain 687 fresh cases. These include two officers and 199 ...

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  19. BRITISH TROOPS.

    A British brigade will leave on Tuesday for Dorian forty miles north west to prepare an advance on Strumnitz in conjunction with the French ...

    Article : 38 words
  20. TURKS.

    The "Frankfurter Zeitung" states that 10,000 Turkish troops have arrived at Dedeagatch. ...

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  21. NEVER A SEPARATE PEACE.

    The Rome "Messagero," in an inspired article, says: "Italy will never conclude a separate peace." ...

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  22. MUNITIONS FOR RUKEY.

    If the Germans wish to send munitions to the Turks at this juncture supplies could be folated down the Danube and thence by rail through ...

    Article : 32 words
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  24. THE BALTIC

    British submarines in the Baltic are teasing the German Admiralty. The vast task of getting them out seems impossible. ...

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  25. THE BRITISH FORCE.

    In the House of Commons Mr. Tenant stated that the British force in Greece was co-operating with the French. ...

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  26. SOUTHERN COLLIERIES.

    The coal lumpers' trouble is affecting the southern coal trade. The Mt. Keira colliers are idle, and other pits will follow. ...

    Article : 82 words
  27. GREECE

    The Paris "Journal" declares that an agreement dealing with Macedonia exists between Greece and Bulgaria. ...

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  28. IN THE PARK

    The attendance in Machattie Park in the evening wars particularly large, and when the various bands—capably conducted by Bandmaster-Sergeant ...

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  29. SINKING OF THE PRINCE ADALBERT.

    American journalists with the German army report that the Prince Adalbert was apparently struck by two torpedoes. She lifted into the air and ...

    Article : 97 words
  30. SYDNEY WOOL SALES

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  31. IN PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Assembly this evening. Dr. Arthur drew attention to the remarks of Judge Ileydon that the ...

    Article : 231 words
  32. CYPRUS OFFER LAPSED.

    Replying to a question in the House of Commons Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Minister, said:— "We felt bound in the very critical ...

    Article : 115 words
  33. ENEMY SHIPS SUNK.

    British submarines have sunk four more steamers in the Baltic. ...

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  34. HOMEBUSH SALES

    About 41,500 sheep were yarded at Homebush to-day, the quality being fairly good Shorn sheep were again forward in good numbers. ...

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  35. EARLY CLOSING

    In the Legislative Assembly to-night, Mr. Holman moved the second reading of the Liquor Amendment Bill providing for the opening of ...

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  36. Local and General.

    How many of us have asked our selves this question, and how difficult is the answer! What we do know is that the world is at present engaged ...

    Article : 255 words
  37. NURSE CAVELL

    The rope has telegraphed an expression of deep feeling at the murder of Nurse Cavell, and states that he has protested to the Kaiser against ...

    Article : 42 words
  38. ROUMANIA

    Messages from Copenhagen assert that the German press assumes that Rouminia will join the Allies. They have given up the idea of a ...

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  39. THE MINERAL EXHIBIT RA[?]

    Sir,—It appears that I was mistaken in naming two ladies only as having assisted to sell tickets for [?] above, and I hasten to correct the ...

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  40. MR. ASQUITH.

    Mr. Asquith presided at a long meeting of the Cabinet to-day. The Methodist Synod carried a resolution favoring legislation for the ...

    Article : 58 words
  41. HOMEBUSH SALES

    Harrison, Jones and Devlin report: 41,000 sheep penned. Market firm at slight reduction on late rates. Lambs very firm. ...

    Article : 34 words
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