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  2. LATE WAR NEWS. PEACE PROPOSALS.

    When Germany's acceptance of President Wilson's terms was announced in the London theatres and music halls on Saturday night the audiences rose and sang the National ...

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  3. PRESIDENT WILSON.

    While President Wilson was marching in a victory loan parade a man dashed out ot the crowd, and was secured by the police. A revolver was later found in the street. ...

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  4. FIGHT EOR NISH.

    A New York message says the Serbs are storming the Nish fortress. A French Eastern communique states: The Allies continued their progress northwards. ...

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  5. FOE'S AMIES FALL BACK RETREAT ON ALL FRONTS

    The Germans are retreating rapidly in three sectors on the "West front, the most pronounced retreat being in the Champagne. The French have occupied Vouziers and advanced. ...

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  6. U-BOAT CRIMES.

    The sinking of the Leinster and Hirona Maru are apparently incidents of a new submarine campaign which has been recently Inaugurated. Much larger and more heavily ...

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  7. GERMANY ACCEPTS PRESIDENT WILSON'S CONDITIONS

    A Washington message states that Germany, replying to President Wilson's Note, accepts the President's terms, as laid down in his address of January and subsequent addresses. ...

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  8. THREAT TO ENEMY'S COMMUNICATIONS.

    The whole German line is falling back between Lena and Verdun, with the Allies closely pursuing them. Far-reaching effects land a considerable haul of prisoners are ...

    Article : 454 words
  9. THE OFFICIAL COMMUNIQUES.

    The Americans completed the capture of Vaux Andlgny and St. Souplet on the evening of the 10th. The British crossed the Selle River north ...

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  10. NEW GERMAN ATTITUDE.

    A German official report states that the German Government has replied to President Wilson as follows:—"The German Government accepted the terms laid down by President ...

    Article : 434 words
  11. ITALIAN FRONT.

    An Italian official report on Friday stated: We, with France-British troops, this morning carried out seven vigorous coups de main, penetrating deeply the enemy's trenches at ...

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  12. ENEMY'S PERIL.

    Mr. J. H. Perris on Friday night telegraphed: It is inaccurate to say that the Germans on the French front are dislocated, but their position is dungerous. We may ...

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  13. BRITISH PROGRESS.

    Sir Douglas Haig, reporting on Saturday night, stated:— Local lighting occurred to-day along the line of the Selle River, between Le Cateau and ...

    Article : 342 words
  14. BALKANS CAMPAIGN.

    The Servians have stormed the outer defences of Nish ...

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  15. AUSTRIA THREATENS SEPARATE PEACE.

    According to the London "Daily News" of Saturday Austria has warned Germany that Austria will conclude a separate pence unless collective negotiations quickly succeed. ...

    Article : 297 words
  16. ENEMY'S PLANS UPSET.

    A message from Paris states that orders found on prisoners show that the enemy was instructed to hold on to the Suippe till Sunday to enable the other armies to retreat ...

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  17. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The wine trade states that the freeing of Rhelms releases nearly a hundred million bottles of champagne. A Madrid message states that Senor Maura ...

    Article : 243 words
  18. TRANSPORT LOST.

    The Admiralty announces that at 11 o'clock on the morning of October 6 the armed mercantile cruiser Otranto (Orient Company, 12,124 tons) collided with the steamship ...

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  19. TURKEY'S PEACE PROPOSALS.

    The "Central News" states that Turkey has made definite pence proposals to the Entente through President Wilson. The Zurich correspondent of the ...

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  20. ALLIED DISTRUST OF GERMANY.

    Sir Auckland Geddes (Minister for National Service) stated: "Germany is trying to find a way of avoiding defeat. My great fear is that we will be bluffed into a wrong peace. ...

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  21. AIR FIGHTING.

    The Press Bureau states that 548 German aeroplanes were destroyed or disabled on the Western front during September, and 59 balloons were destroyed. Two hundred and ...

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  22. AIR FIGHTING.

    Sir Douglas Haig on Friday night reported: Despite the weather low-fliers continued to harass the retreating enemy. We dropped 12 tons of bombs. German aircraft were ...

    Article : 344 words
  23. INFLUENZA PLAGUE.

    The health officer states that the situation at Capetown has distinctly improved this morning as regards the number of deaths. He bones the back has been broken of the ...

    Article : 176 words
  24. VICTIMS OF SUBMARINES.

    Sir William Henry Thompson, scientific adviser to the Food Ministry, was among those drowned when the Leinster was Sunk. The Japanese liner Hirano Maru, toroedoed ...

    Article : 56 words
  25. ILL-TREATING PRISONERS.

    The Press Bureau issues a statement by the Inter-Departmental Committee on prisoners of war, announcing the receipt of Germany's refusal to ratify the Angle-German prisoners' ...

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  26. LONDON MARKETS.

    November shipment of good middling cotton is quoted at 21.43 per lb. The jute and hemp markets are quiet, with prices unchanged. ...

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  27. ALLIED CAPTURES.

    The bag of prisoners since July 18 is Hearing 500,000. It was 461,000 yesterday, including 65,000 Bulgars. The guns captured since General Foch ...

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  28. AMERICAS ARMY.

    General March, United States Chief of Staff, has announced that more than 1,900,000 American troops were across the seas. ...

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  29. FIGHT WITH U-BOAT.

    The United States 'Navy Department announces the deaths of tea officers and 111 men of the steamer Ticonderoga, which was sunk by a submarine on September 28. Five ...

    Article : 234 words
  30. WAR TROPHIES.

    General Dodds has arranged a remarkable display of war trophics in the great hall of Australia House. It includes an Albatross aeroplane, captured by the Australians, and ...

    Article : 93 words
  31. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE.

    Mr. Hughes announces that he has sold to the British Government this season's Australian butter. Mr. Hughes has cabled, asking producers whether they desire the ...

    Article : 74 words
  32. PRAYER AND WAR.

    It has been noticed that the recent military successes followed the day of intercession. Alderman Sir John Pound states that a certain bishop visited Sir 'Douglas Flaig a few ...

    Article : 63 words
  33. SEDITION IN AMERICA.

    The Canadian Government has formed a departmeut of public safety with the object of suppressing seditionary activities. It has been discovered that emissaries of Lenin and ...

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