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    Such of the cable news on this page so headed has appeared in "The Times," and is cabled to "The Border Morning Mail" by special permission. It should be ...

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  4. THE W[?]R.

    N.S.W. Forcoast.—[?] with some showers;, [?] inland; warmer-temperature; south-east and north-east winds. ...

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  5. THE GREEK CRISIS.

    Telegrams from Athens state that the political crisis in Greece remains unsolved. It is difficult to make a forecast, but ...

    Article : 62 words
  6. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    Major Butcher has received a cable from his son, Corporal T. O. Butcher, 4th Engineers, saying: "Slightly wounded (Orphinton Hospital, Kent), no trouble." ...

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  7. French Soldiers' Superiority.

    The Peris newspaper "Le Temps" says the importance of the Somme gains must not be gauged by the ground gained, but by the indisputable superiority which the ...

    Article : 57 words
  8. PUSH ON SOMME.

    A further notable success has been achieved by the French forces fighting to the north of the Somme. A Paris communique says: "We stormed ...

    Article : 108 words
  9. PORTUGAL'S PARTICIPATION IN WAR.

    Reuter's Lisbon correspondent foreshadows the active participation of Portugal in the war in Europa. ...

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  10. VALOR OF FRANCE'S SONS

    "The Times," in a leading article, says: "The fiery valor and grim steadfastness of France's sons never shone brighter. For the first time the whole system of ...

    Article : 77 words
  11. [Prepared to Intervene.

    Newspaper correspondents at Athens again assert that King Constantine is prepared to enter the war. ...

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  12. SEVEN NORWEGIAN STEAMERS SUNK.

    Reuters correspondent at Christiania says that seven Norwegian steamers were sunk in two days. ...

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  13. The Premiership.

    After a series of conflicting reports regarding the intentions of M. Zaimis, the retiring Premier, Reuter's correspondent at Athens states that M. Dimitrakopoulos ...

    Article : 137 words
  14. ITEMS OF NEWS.

    A meeting to arrange for the holding of the Church of England Flower Show, and to appoint the various committees and stallholders, was held in the new ...

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  15. Seventeen Air Battles.

    "Seventeen aerial fights were reported on the Somme on Tuesday," reports a communique from Paris. "Two enemy aeroplanes were brought ...

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  16. CONSCRIPTION

    The resignation of Mr. F. G. Tudor, Minister for Customs, was announced by Mr. W. M. Hughes, the Prime Minister, in the House of Representatives this ...

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  17. BERLIN ADMITS LOSS.

    A communique from Berlin reports: "Fighting north of the Somme has recommenced. Our troops are heavily engaged." ...

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  18. Dimitrakopoulos and Allies.

    Reuter's Athens correspondent says that M. Dimitrakopoulos (who was Minister for Justice in the Venezelos Cabinet in 1910), will only accept office if the Entente ...

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  19. TUESDAY'S SUCCESS.

    General Fayolle commanded the French, advance on the Somme on Tuesday. The operation constituted one of the most brilliant pushes of the war. ...

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  20. THE BALKANS.

    A British communique from, Salonika says: "Only patrol encounters have occurred east of the Struma. There is very active ...

    Article : 159 words
  21. RUSSIAN OFFENSIVE.

    A Russian communique received in London reports: "In the region of Riga and the Dvina river the enemy's aerial activity has considerably increased. ...

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  22. PATTERSON'S CURSE.

    At the Hume Shire Council meeting on Wednesday, the question of the destruction of Patterson's curse within certain prescribed areas of the shire, which was ...

    Article : 323 words
  23. German Sectors' Commands.

    A German communique discloses that the Crown Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria, Prince Leopold of Bavaria, and the Archduke Albrecht of Wurtemburg have been ...

    Article : 108 words
  24. Massed Attacks Repulsed.

    "The Russians have delivered united massed attacks south of Zabie (on the Charny Cheremosh, in the Carpathians) and on the Bystritza, but have been ...

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  25. Bulgars Lose Sorovitch.

    The "Daily Mail" correspondent in Greece states that a force of Zouaves, with a Greek colonel in command, has expelled the Bulgarians from the town of ...

    Article : 43 words
  26. Russia's Need of Munitons.

    General Kuropatkin, interviewed by the Paris newspaper, "Le Temps," says that Russia has the men, but still needs guns and shells. He suggests a better adjustment ...

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  27. REFERENDUM CAMPAIGN.

    The referendum campaign will be opened in Sydney next Monday night, at the town hall, by Mr. Hughes. The Prime Minister will be supported by Mr. Holman (N.S.W. ...

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  28. Struma Crossing Merely a Raid

    Mr. G. Ward Price, "The Times" correspondent in the Balkans, telegraphing on September 12, says: "One battalion only successfully raided across the Struma river. ...

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  29. PRINCE EITEL IN PANIC.

    The Paris "Journal" states that Prince Eitel, second son of the Kaiser, is commanding the north sector of the German lines in the Somme. ...

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  30. "WHARF LABORERS AND PLASTERERS.

    The wharf laborers ceased work to-day at noon in order to attend a mass meeting in the basement of the town hall, and by an overwhelming majority carried a ...

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  31. TRANSYLVANIA CONQUEST,

    A German communique announces that German troops are engaging Roumanian forces in the Hermannstadt sector in Transylvania. ...

    Article : 88 words
  32. ALBURY SEWERAGE WORKS

    Sir,—I sec by the "Border Mirning Mail" this morning that it has taken nearly four weeks for the authorities of the sewerage works to answer R. Parry's and A. J. ...

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  33. DOMINIONS AT WAR.

    The Premier of Newfoundland, Sir Edward Morris, was entertained at luncheon in London on Wednesday. Mr. Bonar Law, Secretary for the ...

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  34. THE ONION WEED.

    At the meeting of the Hume Shire Council, on Wednesday, Cr. Smithenbecker sounded a note of warning concerning the appearance of patches of onion weed ...

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  35. Military "Round Up" in England.

    A sensation was occasioned at the market racecourse on Wednesday by the military authorities organising a "round up" of the male eligible spectators. ...

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  36. VICTORY WON ON SOMME.

    "The Times" correspondent in Paris reports that the enemy will be unable to bold Combles when the British advance from Ginchy towards Morval. ...

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  37. MARKET REPORTS.

    There were good yardings in both the sheep and cattle sections to-day, and values were weaker. Sheep.—17,000 sheep, including lambs, ...

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  38. CHURCH SERVICES.

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  39. ROUMANIAN ADVANCE.

    Reuter's Zurich (Switzerland) correspondent says that telegrams from the Austrian headquarters to the Viennese newspapers admit that the Roumanians are ...

    Article : 178 words
  40. THE GUN.

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  41. (Reuter's Cables.)

    General Haig repirts: "The general situation is unchanged. An attack was made Last night on our lines from the direction of the Mouquet Farm. The enemy was ...

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  42. 2300 Unwounded Captives.

    It is officially announced from Paris that the French troops have appreciably extended their positions before Combles. No fewer than 2300 unwounded Germans ...

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  43. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO. LTD.

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  44. LAVINGTON.

    The seventh round of the School of Arts card tournament was played on Wednesday evening. Results: Cribbage—Mrs. Muller and H. Mongan beat Mrs. Logie ...

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  45. Advertising

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  46. WALWA.

    Whilst several girls were hopping at school on Wednesday, one named Elvie Clyde, aged 16 years, fell and broke her ankle. First aid was applied by the head ...

    Article : 181 words
  47. GERMAN WAR COUNCIL.

    Mail advices from Amsterdam state that the "Frankfurter Zeitung," referring to the war council now being held at the Kaiser's headquarters, says: "Discussions are ...

    Article : 125 words
  48. INCIDENTS OF THE WAR.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent says that a unique ceremony was performed at Verdun by President Poincare in he presence of the Allies when he presented ...

    Article : 135 words
  49. RACING IN ENGLAND.

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  50. BRITAIN OVERJOYED.

    "The Times" correspondent at the British headquarters states that the French victories have aroused immonsa enthusiaum in [?] Britein, where the people ...

    Article : 70 words
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