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  4. PEACE PROPOSALS. GENERAL PAU'S DISTRUST.

    "The Allies must not fall into German traps," said General Pau when told the news to-night. The only real solution was to gat the Germans on the other side of the Rhine. ...

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  5. SPLENDID WELCOME.

    The soldiers who arrived yesterday morning had a welcome of sunshine and smiles, with more than the ordinary manifestations of patriotic enthusiasm. New South Wales was ...

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  6. SENATOR PEARCE'S VIEW.

    The Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce) said to-night he thought the offer was an acceptance by the enemy of the inevitable, and that it could he regarded only with caution ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor, attended by Captain d'Apice, opened the now x-ray theatre at the South Sydney Hospital on Saturday afternoon. ...

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  8. MR. HOLMAN'S VIEWS.

    "I find myself, as 1 suppose do most of my fellow-citizens, a little bit stunned by the rapidity with 'which events have crowded on one another's heels during the past week," ...

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  9. Family Notices

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  11. COMMONWEALTH AND STATE.

    The Commonwealth Government has taken the final step in the marshalling of our material resources to fight this war. It has taken wholly into its hands the ...

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  12. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    In a recent speech Mr. Lloyd George warned his hearers against that frame of mind in which any effort to reach peace is regarded as in itself ...

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  13. FRENCH BRONZES.

    The unwavering spirit of France, as revealed in the war, is beautifully portrayed, in a series of bronze medallions, which Mdlle. Soubeiran brought with her from Paris. Mdlle. ...

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  14. LIEUT. KEYSOR, V.C.

    Lieutenant Leonard Keysor, one of the first three New South Wales soldiers to be awarded the Victoria Cross, returned to Sydney yesterday on six months' furlough. He is one of ...

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  15. Family Notices

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  16. SUBDUED TONE IN CHURCHES.

    The news of the German offer to evacuate occupied territories was announced in many of the metropolitan churches last night. Whilst it was received in a spirit of devout ...

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  17. NO PREMATURE REJOICING.

    The Archbishop of Sydney, preaching at St. Thomas's Church, North Sydney, last night, allanded to the reported acceptance by Germany of President Wilson's fourteen points. ...

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  18. FRENCH MISSION

    Amid scenes of great enthusiasm a cheque for £100,000 was presented yesterday to General Pau as the result of a French direct appeal for funds. The ceremony took place ...

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  19. STATE METHODS CHEAPER.

    During the 1316-17 year, said Mr. Holman on Saturday, a proposal was discussed to transfer the State Statistician's offices to the Commonwealth. It was subsequently abandoned ...

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  20. METHODIST VIEW.

    The president of the New South Wales Methodist Conference, Chaplain-Colonel Green, C.M.G., speaking at Canbelego, said:— "We will speak peace when Germany places ...

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  21. SIR NEVILLE HOWSE, V.C.

    Surgeon-General Sir Nevillo Howse. V.C., Director of Australian Medical Services, who is now on his way home, writing to a friend in Orange, under date August 18, says:—"I ...

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  22. WOOLLEN OUTPUT.

    A number of New South Wales representatives of the woollen manufacturers who attended the conference in Melbourne in connection with the woollen industry returned to ...

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  23. DEPENDENTS' DAY.

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  24. FURLOUGH FOR V.C. WINNERS.

    The Premier has been advised by the Defence authorities that arrangements have been completed to give Victoria Cross winners in the A.I.F. three months' furlough in Australia. ...

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  25. OUTBREAK OF INFLUENZA.

    Influenza is raging in this district in a serious form. Four residents in the township of Cudal have died from the disease in two days. Scarcely a house in the district has not been ...

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