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  2. WEST FRONT

    The United, Press correspondent at British headquarters states that the Canadians advanced northward of Lens on a 600 yards front and ...

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  3. FOR THE FRONT.

    For the week ending September 1st., the following men were accepted for active service: Austin Clive Flanagan, laborer, Bathurst; Laurence ...

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  4. REJECTED.

    The, Cabinet has unequivocally rejected the Lord Mayor's latest suggested terms of settlement, and has expressed the opinion that further ...

    Article : 191 words
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  6. FALL OF RIGA

    A Russian official message states: We evacuated Riga yesterday morning, blowing up all fortifications al the mouth of the Dvina and the ...

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  7. TURON SHIRE TENDERS.

    The Works Committee of the Turon shire Council recommended to the usual meeting yesterday, having considered specifications and opened tenders ...

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  8. THE VOLUNTEERS

    The ranks of the country volunteer workers have been swollen, and there arc this morning 5883 men in the city. One morning train brought 167 ...

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  9. FORBES TO STOCKINBINGAL.

    The railway line between Forbes and Stockinbingal is now completed and all that fine stretch of country between the two points mentioned will ...

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  10. BRITISH COMMANDER'S STATEMENT

    Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports: We advanced our line north-east of St. Julien and successfully raided ...

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  11. GERMAN STATEMENT.

    A German official message states: The Russians evacuated their positions westward of the Dvina and Riag. We stood before the mouth of the mouth of ...

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  12. CLYDE ENGINEERS

    Rumors were current at the Trades Hall to-day that the Clyde Engineering Works employees had come out in consequence of the company's ...

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  13. GERMAN ACCOUNT.

    A German official message states: We threw out the British who penetrated our line north-west of Lens. We shot down 10 aeroplancs and two ...

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  14. TURON SHIRE AUDIT

    The auditor of Turon Shire Council (Mr. F. J. Tonkin) furnished his report on the audit of tho Council's accounts all of which were correst and ...

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  15. WITH HEAVY LOSSES.

    A French communique states: Our fire smashed an attack in the region of Hurtebise Farm by enemy detachments, who suffered heavy ...

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  16. GERMAN POPULATION FRENZIED.

    The German newspapers show that the population of Berlin is mad with joy at the capture of Riga. The Kaiser has ordered that flags ...

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  17. ON THE SOUTH COAST

    The work of loading coke at the Bellambi coke works, where several thousands of toils arc stacked, is proceeding briskly. A train load was ...

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  18. WAR NECESSITIES MEETINGS

    At the usual weekly meeting of the War Service League last night Mr. R. W. Peacock (secretary) reported that all preliminary arrangements had been ...

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  19. CABINET'S DECISION

    The following statement was made at the conclusion of a Cabinet meeting this morning. "In reply the communication ...

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  20. GERMAN STRENGTH.

    It is reported from Paris that all the public buildings in Riga were evacuated many months ago and the inhabitants reduced to 100,000. ...

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  21. STRIKERS' PROCESSION

    The Inspector-General of Police announced to-day that it was not considered desirable that the strikers' procession on each day should be ...

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  22. ANOTHER AIR RAID

    An official statement says that six aeroplanes raided the cast coast last night and penetrated as far as Chatham. They dropped bombs on the ...

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  24. HOHENZOLLERNISM

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday Night. The State Department announces that the Government will not insist on the actual abdication of the Hohenzollern , dynasty as a condition of ...

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  25. STILL IMPROVEMENT.

    The Chief Commissioner's report issued ni midday states, that the goods traffic continues to improve daily. At Darling Harbor this morning there ...

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  26. BAD ROAD AT MUTTON FALLS.

    Mr. R. C. Webb, of Gooyong, Tarana, wrote to the Turon Shire Council yesterday, drawing attention to the extromely bad state of rond between ...

    Article : 111 words
  27. STRIKERS ON THE MARCH

    The strikers have entered upon a series of marches from outlying centres to the city. About 300 men left the vicinity of the Randwick tramway ...

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  28. LABOR AND PEACE

    Mr. Hill of the Boilermakers' and Shipbuilders' Union, presiding at the Blackpool Congress, urged the workers to hold the Government to its ...

    Article : 179 words
  29. BULGARIA AND AUSTRIA

    A Berne message states that Bulgaria refuses to send Austria reinforcements, and that the relations between the two nations are strained. ...

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  30. "MEMORY DRIVE" FOR KELSO.

    Mr. Fred Jennings, originator of the Memory Drive scheme, wrote to the Turon Shire Council yesterday aaying he hud heard there was a ...

    Article : 138 words
  31. GETTING COAL

    The usual statement of the Chief Commissioner at midday includes tigures thai reveal increasing traflic in coal on the northern fields. In the ...

    Article : 90 words
  32. UNION SUBSCRIPTIONS

    The Department of Labor and Industry has discovered that a trades union has no power to sue members for subscriptions after the cancellation ...

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  33. MUTINY.

    According to a Madrid message, trouble has now occurred in Portugal. It is reported that mutinies have taken place on some of the warships, ...

    Article : 81 words
  34. CONDITIONS AT ORANGE

    Mr. Donncllan, the District Railway Superintendent, stated to-day that the men throughout the district were returning to work. The officials ...

    Article : 86 words
  35. NOXIOUS WEEDS ON CROWN LANDS.

    With regard to the Pastures Protection Boards being granted the power to cradicate noxious weeds growing on travelling stock routes tho Turon ...

    Article : 141 words
  36. MORE GOING BACK

    Strike matters were quiet at Eveingh to-day. A number of strikers lesumed during yesterday; they freefy admitted that they, were "full up" ...

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  37. THE TRENCHES TO DECIDE

    President Wilson has sent the following message to the men drafted from New York: "My thoughts will follow you across the sea with real ...

    Article : 65 words
  38. SHIRE EMPLOYEES

    The clerk reported to the Turon Shire Council yesterday that the Industrial Arbitration Award, had been varied by Gazette on August 17. ...

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  39. TRAMWAY MEN RESTIVE

    For the second time within a fortnight the traffic men of the Tramway Department on, strike are holding a meeting at the Protestant Hall to-day ...

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  40. GOOD LAMBING.

    A flock of 200 owes, belonging to Mr. J. Heffernan, of Milvale, Young, are out after a record this year. Over 100 of the ewes have given birth to ...

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  42. EARTHQUAKE

    It is reported from Washington that the State Department has received information that an earthquake has occurred at Bogota, in Columbia. ...

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  43. ANOTHER I.W.W. SENTENCED

    Thomas Bowman (26), who was arrested by two detectives at Darling-hurst last night, was to-day charged at the Central Police Court with ...

    Article : 102 words
  44. WOMAN FINED.

    At the Glebe Police Court this morning Jane Taylor, the wife of a stevedore, was fined £3 with 6/ costs, for having used insulting words to ...

    Article : 95 words
  45. A COUNCILLOR'S COMPLAINTS.

    Cr. Cousins drew the Councillors' attention at the Turon Shire Council meeting yesterday to the bad condition of the road between Limekilas and ...

    Article : 90 words
  46. LOCAL AND GENERAL

    The chief attraction at the City to-night will be Jean Sothern in a 5 act art drama, entitled, "Whose Findeth a Wife." In addition a fine ...

    Article : 50 words
  47. FINED £5750.

    George Thompson a Lincolnshire farmer, has been fined £5750 for selling potatoes atton, whereas the legal maximum is £11/10/ He ...

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