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  5. FIGHTING IN FRANCE.

    Among the stories told of the recent fighting against the Germans at Mons, that of a wounded Highlander gives a graphic description of the four days' battle. ...

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  6. TREACHEROUS GUIDE.

    A story of treachery is related [?] of the British soldiers who took part [?] fighting last week. During the battle in the [?] ...

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  8. ZULUS, BASUTOS, AND SWAZIS.

    The Zalus, Basutos, and Swazis, have given assurances of their loyalty to the British Government. The [?] have played their [?] ...

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  9. STORIES OF WOUNDED.

    There is a [?] of opinion among the wounded who have arrived in England from the Continent that the German [?] fire is extremely poor. ...

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  10. SCOTTISH CHIEFS.

    Cameron of Lochiel, Lieutenant-Colonel commanding the 3rd (Special Research) Battalion, Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, and Lord Lovat, late Lieutenant-Colonel commanding the ...

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  11. FEIGNED DEATH.

    Mr. Martin H. Donohue, special correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle," tells an interesting story of a sergeant of the [?] Regiment, who ws wounded at Mons. ...

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  12. PRESSING ON.

    The Rome correspondent of the "Daily News," in a measure to the [?] says that according to reports in Italy the Austrians who are operating against the [?] in Galicia have ...

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  13. ENEMY'S ATTACK.

    The following is a translation of a cable received by the Premier from the Agent-General:— "The left wing of the Allies" Army now rests ...

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  14. COMPLICATIONS.

    [?] stated that [?], the German Governor of Brussels, has had difficulties with the American and Spanish Ministers there, who refuse to obey his order forbidding [?] ...

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  15. MONTENEGRINS' VICTORY.

    A report by the representative of the Exchange Telegram Company at [?] stated that the Austrians, supported by the [?] batteries and the fleet, attacked the ...

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  17. SOLDIERS' WIDOWS.

    At Buckingham Palace to-day Queen Mary gave an audience to Sir George Reid, High Commissioner for Australia, Sir Timothy Coghlan, Agent-General for New South Wales; Sir ...

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  18. CONCESSIONS TO SOLDIERS.

    The House of Commons has passed a Bill to remit death duties on the estates of those killed in the war, or who die from wounds or disease resulting from it within a year. ...

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  19. KAISER ON RUSSIAN FRONTIER.

    THE HAGUE, Tuesday Afternoon, It is reported that the Emperor William of Germany has gone to the Russian frontier. ...

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  20. THE LEFT WING.

    It is stated officially that in the recent fighting along the allies' left wing a series of circumstances appeared to combine to favor of the Germans. ...

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  21. SPLENDID WORK OF NURSES.

    Mr. Martin Donohoe, special correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle," states that the band of British nurses in the Australian voluntary auto-car are doing splendid work at the front. ...

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  22. BELGIUM'S KING.

    The [?] for Belgium received a cable this morning from the Belgium Minister for [?], who is now in Antwerp. [?] of Belgium, says the ...

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  23. WHEAT IMPORTERS' FEARS.

    Anxiety is being manifested by wheat importers lent the dislocation of steamer traffic will cause a shortage in late bags, and interfere with Australian shipments. ...

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  24. A SPARTAN FATHER.

    Further details are to [?] the death of Xavier Castlenan, the [?] son of General Castlenan, Chief of [?] General Staff. ...

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  25. ATROCITIES IN BELGIUM.

    The Mission from Belgium, which is on its way to the United States to make representations concerning atrocities connected by the Germans has arrived here. ...

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  26. MR. ASTOR'S GIFT.

    Mr. William Waldorf [?], the controller of the Astor fortune, founded by his grandfather, who became a naturalised British subject in 1899, has given £25,000 to the Prince of Wales' ...

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  27. FRENCH CAVALRY.

    It is reported here that French cavalry captured an entire German battery through a brilliant charge. The German gunners were killed by bombs ...

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  28. BRITISH MATERIAL FOR MANUFACTURERS.

    Mr. H. E. Pratten, president of the New South Wales Chamber of Manufactures, informs manufacturers who have been obtaining supplies of raw material from Germany of ...

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  29. PLENTY OF RECRUITS.

    Over 4000 [?] enlisted in London yesterday. There were also satisfactory returns from the provinces. ...

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  30. BRITISH LOSSES.

    Further particulars regarding the British casualties in the Hellogoland naval engagement show that thirty-two were killed and forty-seven wounded. ...

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  31. READY HELPERS.

    The South Wales miners at a meeting at which 200,000 were represented, passed a resolution to levy a weekly sum of sixpence per week per man, and threepence for boys, to ...

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  32. PRICE OF SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted at 2s per ounce standard. ...

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  33. WELL DONE!

    Sir John French Commander of the British Expeditionary Force, was [?] round the British lines to-day, and congratulated the soldiers for their splendid work. ...

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  34. ANOTHER EXPLOIT.

    An unconfirmed report has been received that General Pau, with a strong French force, has achieved a brilliant victory over the Germans near Peronne, 24 miles south-west of Cambral. ...

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  35. SORRY FOR MECHLIN.

    The Cardinals are in conclave, and the election of the Pope is proceeding. There are thirty-one Italian and twenty-six foreign Cardinals in attendance. ...

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  36. TALLOW STOCKS.

    Tallow stocks on hand total 5232 tons. Imports amount to 2307 tons, and deliveries total 2437 tons. ...

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  37. BOMBS FROM AEROPLANES.

    Two daring fights by the enemy's aviators are reported. On Sunday one flew over Belfort, and dropped bombs. The damage was slight. On Monday a German bi-plane was over ...

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  39. WAR AND MINING.

    Mr. J. Estell, Minister for Labor and Industry, who is at present on a western tour, visited Bathurst, where he found things normal. At Lithgow about 300 men were out of ...

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  40. CARELESS FOREIGNERS IN ENGLAND.

    The magistrates in London are daily fining many careless Germans and Australians for neglecting to register themselves as required, or for [?] the five mile radius which ...

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  41. DEFENCE OF PARIS.

    La Fete, which the Germans are reported to be attacking, is a fairly strong fortress, and the westernmost of the group, including Laon and Rheims, which form the first defences of ...

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  42. RELEASE OF MR. SCOTLAND.

    It is now stated that Mr. Scotland, manager of the South African territories, Limited, who was arrested by the Germans about a fortnight ago on the pretence that he had been trying ...

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