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  2. HAWKESBURY RACES.

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  3. THE VERY LATEST

    A Reuter's message from London states that the British defeated the Turks in Mesopotamia, on the Tigris. The Turks were driven back three miles. ...

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  5. THE WAR.

    The bombardment of Hill 30[?] and the Mort Homme-Cumieres front continues. Our long-range gunfires started a fire in the No[?]unt-sur-Muselle station. ...

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  6. RECRUITING CRISIS.

    A most, important mooting of the Cabinet this afternoon considered the Army Council's statement regarding the requirements of the army in view of Mr. Asquith's promised ...

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  7. BRITISH FRONT.

    General Sir. Dougas Haig reports:—The enemy on Tuesday night, after a heavy bombardment, a large proportion being lachrymantory shells, raided our trenches near [?] ...

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  8. BRITISH COMMANDER'S REPORT.

    General Sir Percy Lake reports that the British troops south of the Tigris on the 12th, forced back the enemy's lines over a distance of from one-half to three miles ...

    Article : 72 words
  9. EASTERN FRONT.

    A communique says:—After a violent bombardment the enemy debouched from Moh[?] in strong columns. Our artillery dispersed the Germans, who fell back to their ...

    Article : 11 words
  10. TURKISH REPORT.

    A Turkish communique says that the enemy on the Irak front are extending their fortifications. The three thousand British killed on the 17th belonged to Kitchener's ...

    Article : 77 words
  11. THE CAUCASUS.

    A communique says:—The Turks on the Cancasus front failed in attempts to recapture important sectors from which they were recently expelled. The enemy sprayed our troops ...

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  12. LORD DERBY'S STAND.

    Lord Derby, speaking at the Guild Hall, said that three things were equally imperative to win the war—men, money, and munitions. It would be easy to take all the unmarried ...

    Article : 115 words
  13. END OF THE WAR.

    The Kaiser has issued the following exhortation to the troops: The Treaty of 1871 was signed in Paris. Go forward, my beloved soldiers. This time it is the end. The ...

    Article : 51 words
  14. THE ITALIANS.

    A communique says:—The enemy by a surprise attack rushed our positions in the Ledro Valley and also took Mount Sp[?]. We intensely shelled them, and our ...

    Article : 31 words
  15. MAITLAND RACES.

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  17. MILITARY CONTINENTAL.

    Never in the history of Gosforth has there been such a gathering as that which assembled there on Thursday evening and certainly there has never been such a representation of ...

    Article : 662 words
  18. FRENCH REPORT.

    A French communique reports that it is relatively clam in the Verdun sector. A small German attack south of deuaument was completely repulsed. ...

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  19. BY SEA AND LAND.

    A Berlin official message states that 80 enemy merchantmen have been sunk by German submarines and mines during March, totalling 207,000 tons. There is ...

    Article : 63 words
  20. TURKEY.

    Advices received in Geneva from Constantinople state that the heavy Austrian batteries have arrived in Constantinople to replace the German batteries. ...

    Article : 76 words
  21. ITALIAN CAMPAIGN.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Rome correspondent states that the Italian offensive simultaneous with the German attack on Verdun has resulted in an extension of the ...

    Article : 110 words
  22. RANDWICK GALLOPS.

    There was a fog at Randwick this morning. Work commenced on the outer portion of the course proper. The hurdles were three-parts of the way across the truck ...

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  23. ROUMANIA.

    The "Berliner Tageblatt" declares that an agreement entered into between Germany and Rounmania, which is most important, shows that she will not attack ...

    Article : 87 words
  24. ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE.

    A discussion has been running in certain Japanese newspapers concerning the value and durability of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance. Some correspondents on the perr[?]ous to make protestations or japan's loyalty to the Allies. Real Japan resents the bare insl[?]ation of disloyalty toward a friend in trouble. Discussion over ...

    Article : 205 words
  25. GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES.

    President Wilson has announced that the State Department has agreed to despatch evidence of submarine atrocities to Berlin, with what is described as a final request ...

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  26. MR. HUGHES.

    The casket accomapnying the gift of the freedom of the City of London to Mr. Hughes bears figures of Australian soldiers and Australian and London views, together ...

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  27. GERMAN FINED.

    At the Camberwell Court (Vic.) [?] Anton Kri[?] a naturalised German, was fined £20, with costs, on a charge of being unlawfully in possession of a revolver. ...

    Article : 118 words
  28. COURT-MARTIAL.

    A District Court-martial under the presidency of Lieutenant-Colonel White sat at Victoria Barracks, Sydney, yesterday. Private james Mclaughlin was charged with ...

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  29. CHINA.

    There was fighting in the province of Canton, about 70 miles from Hongkong, on the mailand on Wednesday evening. The revolutionaries attempted a landing of troops ...

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  30. "A BIT OF SPYING."

    Mr. Middleton, correspondent for the "Daily Mail," was remanded in custody for a week at a police court. He was formerly in the Royal Naval air service, and ...

    Article : 89 words
  31. BOXING AT THE STADIUM.

    To-night at Andrews' Stadium the £50 tourney will be brought nearer to its final stage, for there now remains to be contested the final of the 10 stone division and the ...

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  32. WEATHER REPORT.

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

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  34. MILITARY SPORTS.

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  35. THE FORECAST.

    New South Wales: Generally fine, except for a new showers at first in the south-east corner; some frosts on the highlands' west to south-west winds. ...

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  36. THE BLOCKADE.

    The "Times," in an article, contrasts Germany's execration of "our inhumanity" and her whimpers about the infamy of the blockade with Bismarak's policy of ...

    Article : 56 words
  37. THE SLINGSBY CASE.

    An appeal in the Sli[?] case has been lodged with the House of Lords. ...

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  41. DISOBEYED ORDERS.

    Two conscientious objectors who were compulsorily enlisted in a non-combatant corps have been sentenced to two years' imprisonment for disobeying orders. ...

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  42. SHOW GROUND CAMP.

    The total strength of the show ground camp yesterday afternoon was 571—recruits 533, state 38. Up to yesterday 33 volunteers had passed ...

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  43. FRENCH OUTPUT OF MUNITIONS.

    The output of French munitions shows a thirty-fold increase over that before the out-break of the war. ...

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