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  2. RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN.

    The Russian victory at Corless is reported to have been decisive. It resulted in the annihilation of the only Turkish division which escaped from Sarykamish and ...

    Article : 282 words
  3. THE WESTERN FRONT.

    The French are making gradual progress in Alsace. The Germans quietly evacuated Cernay (Sennheim), which the French guns made untenable. ...

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  4. GERMANY'S EYES OPENING.

    The belief is spreading that the Kaiser is anxious to propose peace while still in possession of Belgium and a large part of Poland. This is strengthened by the ...

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  5. THE VERY LATEST.

    A communique states that yesterday the artillery struggle increased in intensity on both sides. Portions of a German regiment drove back ...

    Article : 138 words
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  7. ARTILLERY DUELS.

    Yesterday afternoon's communique stated that lively artillery duels were in progress on most of the front. The latest communique stated:—A very ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. PARLIAMENT MEETS.

    Mr. Asquith, Prime Minister, speaking in the House of Commons, stated that the Government cordially welcomed the Opposition's criticisms and co-operation. ...

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  9. STUBBORN CONTEST.

    The forest of Nonnebrush has been stubbornly contested owing to its containing deposits of potassium salts, valued at sixty milliards of frames. These deposits were ...

    Article : 46 words
  10. Family Notices

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  11. NEW ZEALAND ARTILLERY

    Mr. Allen, Minister of Defence, speaking at Dunedin, N.Z., said that apart from local movements the people of New Zealand had contributed directly to the Empire ...

    Article : 327 words
  12. SUBMARINE PERIL.

    The captain and second officer of the Tokomarn, which was sunk near Havre, were on the bridge when they sighted the periscope of a submarine. A few seconds ...

    Article : 181 words
  13. DISABLED SOLDIERS' ALLOWANCE.

    The Select Committee's reports on grants recommends 25/ weekly to disabled soldiers, and an increased allowance to their children. ...

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  15. THE ENEMY IN CANADA.

    The railway bridge connecting Montreal with Halifax and other Atlantic points, has been destroyed by dynamite. Eagerman, an officer on the steamer Van ...

    Article : 82 words
  16. LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 134 words
  17. THE RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN.

    The Russian victory at Corless was decisive resulting in the annihilation of the only Turkish division which escaped from Sarykamish and Karaugan. ...

    Article : 101 words
  18. N.S.W. LOAN.

    The Government of New South Wales is issuing the prospectus of a loan of £2,000,000, bearing interest at 4½ per cent, at a minimum of 99½, and repayable March ...

    Article : 108 words
  19. FOODSTUFFS FROM AMERICA.

    Great Britain has notified the United States that all foodstuffs consigned to Great Britain's enemies will in future be regarded as contraband. ...

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  20. THE. U21.

    There has been no further tidings of submarines, but some of the sailings to Ireland from Liverpool have been deferred. Commercial men deprecate undue alarm. ...

    Article : 59 words
  21. BOXING.

    Jack Burns sends along word from Sydney to the effect that he would like to meet Billy Hannan again. Jack says that he has £50 to wager on the result. Les. ...

    Article : 81 words
  22. ITALIAN RESERVISTS.

    The Press Association reports that Italian reservists in Liverpool have been ordered to be in readiness to re-join the colours. ...

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  23. IN POLAND.

    Hand to hand fighting took place at Borjimoff on Friday and Saturday, an attack by four German regimouts resulting in the less of four-fifths of the attackers. ...

    Article : 223 words
  24. AIR RAIDERS.

    Unconfirmed reports state that five airships appeared over the south coast of England last night. The forts, including Dover, opened fire ...

    Article : 88 words
  25. TREASURER PLEASED.

    Mr. Holman, Premier and Treasurer, said last night that he regarded the success of the loan as very satisfactory. "The fact," said Mr. Holman, "that we ...

    Article : 235 words
  26. GENERAL NEWS.

    John Gale, son of the late Frederick Gale, of Kaikourn, was killed on January 28 in action at Longlde, German East Africa. ...

    Article : 134 words
  27. BOWLS.

    A keen but friendly rivarly has sprung up amongst the three rinks of the Maitland Central Club taking part in the B competion. This has resulted in a challenge ...

    Article : 58 words
  28. CRIMEAN HERO.

    The death is announced of Major-General Sir Luke O'Conner. (Major-General O'Conner, who was born in 1832, was a veteran of the Crimen and ...

    Article : 135 words
  29. PRISON REFORM.

    New South Wales is well in the lead in matter of prison reform, according to the Attorney-General (Mr. Hall), who returned to Sydney yesterday from a month's tour of ...

    Article : 293 words
  30. BOMBS ON DUNKIRK.

    Six German airmen dropped bombs at Dunkirk. The damage done was insignificant. ...

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  31. TABRIZ PLUNDERED.

    The "Bourse Gazette" states that the Turks plundered Tabriz and burned the Bazaar before the evacuation. Many Persians who refused to supply provisions were ...

    Article : 32 words
  32. NATURALISED SUBJECTS.

    Judgment was delivered by Mr. Justice Street in the case in which a naturalised German asked for an injunction to restrain the Wharf Labourers' Union in preventing ...

    Article : 245 words
  33. WEATHER REPORT.

    The weather information received at 9 a.m. to-day at the West Maitland Telegraph Station reported line at all stations. ...

    Article : 22 words
  34. THE FORECAST.

    New South Wales: Hot and saltry, with northerly winds, and some showers and thunderstorms in the North-eastern half, followed by southerly winds and cooler ...

    Article : 33 words
  35. UNITED STATES.

    The Washington correspondent of the London "Times" says it is clear that members of the Administration are exercised by the discovery that the sale of ships will ...

    Article : 99 words
  36. COLLIERY MISHAPS.

    Earth shooks, resulting in heavy falls of coal, have occurred at Comshore, Denaby, and High Molton. One of the Denaby pits was rendered ...

    Article : 160 words
  37. IN THE CARPATHIANS.

    A communique states that the Russian left wing in the Carpathians is advancing and taking many prisoners daily. ...

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  38. "TIPPERARY" IN PARIS.

    Scores of convalescent British Tommies, some still limping and in slippered maimed feet, but all brimming over with cheerfulness, were asked to a concert arranged by Miss de Larn in the ...

    Article : 170 words
  39. THE LIBAU RAID.

    The crew of the Parsoval captured at Liban include two men who were formerly employed [?] hairdressers at Liban, also Lieutenant Schenk, a large Inndowner in Russia, where ...

    Article : 64 words
  40. GERMAN-AMERICANS.

    The "Times" Washington correspondent states that a meeting addressed by Mr. Bartholdt, a Congressman, on Saturday caused a great shock to public opinion ...

    Article : 116 words
  41. COLOSSAL GERMAN LOSSES.

    A communique states — After a vigorous counter-attack, we re-captured all the troches in the Borjimoff region. The German casualties were on a colossal seale. The ...

    Article : 74 words
  42. ENGLISH POLITICS.

    Mr. C. F. G. Masterman has resigned the Chancellorship of the Duchy of Manchestor. ...

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