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  3. FIGHTING IN BERLIN. AEROPLANES BEINO USED.

    A message from Berlin reports that the bttle raged furiously all night long [?] Wednesday. The in[?]sant rattle of [?] fire was [?]ctuated with the ...

    Article : 82 words
  4. AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM.

    When all the Australians were resting in the Abbeville—Etaples diatrict conditions were congested. The men crowded into farmers' villages and isolated farm ...

    Article : 380 words
  5. MOAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

    The monthly meeting of the Moam[?] Municipal Council was held last evening, when there were present Aldermen J. wall (Mayor), J. Eddy, C. E. Philp. J ...

    Article : 2,123 words
  6. DR. LIEBKNECHT KILLED.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Evening News" says that Dr. Li[?] has been killed in street fighting. ...

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  7. 80,000. MEN REDY TO OBEY GOVERNMENT.

    There is little fresh news from B[?] The "Frankfurter Zetting" of Thursday reports that desultory fighting ocourred in the night time and morning at a ...

    Article : 154 words
  8. MACHINE GUNS GRENADES, AND RIFLES.

    The fighting on Wednesday developed in the neighborhood of the Reichstg bulldings, which were filled with Government troops The Spartacus followers used ...

    Article : 77 words
  9. AUSTRALIANS IN FRANCE.

    Sir John Monash states. that the question of repatrinting the Australians direct from France will shortly be decided but the plan is beset with difficulties. There ...

    Article : 203 words
  10. The Riverine Herald

    Two T[?]NGS AHEAD.—After consideration of the estimates and the fixing of the rates at the Moaina Municipal Council last night, the Mayor (Ald, J. Wal) ...

    Article : 365 words
  11. CITY LEFT IN DARKNESS.

    It is stated that the guard barracks has been surrounded and has surrendered to the Spartacus revolution[?] who hold all their captured buildings, including the ...

    Article : 100 words
  12. SOLDIERS RETURNING HOME.

    Vol[?]y organisations are arranging to divide the responsibility for, the comfort of returning sold[?]ers in order to avoid the differential treatment of fellow ...

    Article : 212 words
  13. BOMBS DROPPED FROM SKY

    During the flight of the Government aeroplanes bombs were dropped and 65 persons were killed. ...

    Article : 37 words
  14. Bolshevik Russia. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION.

    Advices from V[?] state that a [?] [?] outered M. Paderewsld's room in [?] hotel and fired a shot at M. Padere[?] who was allghtly wounded. Some arr[?] ...

    Article : 73 words
  15. Prohibition Campaign.

    "It in War to the kuife and the knife to the [?]," doclared Mr. T[?]nuyson Smith, to the ac[?]mpaniment of ch[?]ing, at Wesley Church, Melbourne, on Sunday ...

    Article : 326 words
  16. NO RELIGIOUS [?]MONIES

    It is announced in a message from Petrograd that the a[?] in the Norther Commune have issued a de[?] [?] ca[?] and cor[?] [?]nd ...

    Article : 98 words
  17. DISTRICT NEWS.

    The Rev. E. Griffith, L.Th., of Cramner Church, Co[?]ma, has accepted a oal to the Anglican parish of Kyabram, in succession to Archdeacon Hay[?]s, who is ...

    Article : 184 words
  18. Eventful Race Meeting.

    Quite an ev[?]l afternoon was experienced by the the large crowd which atten[?] the Epsom meeting on Saturdy. There was much applause when C. Boyd rode Le ...

    Article : 277 words
  19. [?]CERS OF OLD RE[?]ME

    A messge from the S[?] corraspondent of "The Times" says:—Bola[?]c [?] is becoming stronger politically and mi[?]y. The Red Army ...

    Article : 156 words
  20. Struck by lightning.

    During a thunder storm at Camdon on Saturday, Mr. Robert White, a local farmor, was [?] by lightning and killed instanlly. He was ploug[?]ing at the ...

    Article : 51 words
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