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  2. LATE CABLE NEWS. GERMAN NAVY.

    The German battle cruisers Von der Tann, Siedlitz, Moitke, Derflinger, and Hindenburg are sailing to Scapa Flow with British navigation parties aboard, escorted by the first ...

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  3. ORIGINAL ANZACS. PEOPLE'S WELCOME.

    For two hours yesterday morning Sydney unburdened itself of all its cares. It even forgot the influenza war that is being silently waged at its gateway, and its black ...

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  4. WAR NOTES. ALLIES' EASTERLY MARCH.

    Allied communiques give ample proof of the steady nature of the march of their armies towards the Rhine. The French on the right are daily extending their occupation of the ...

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  5. PEACE TERMS.

    The "New York Sun's" Washington correspondent states that he learns from diplomatic service that Japan's principal propositions at the Peace Conference will include:— ...

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  6. THE ARMISTICE.

    A Copenhagen message says the German armistice committee is asking Marshal Foch for 15 days prolongation of the evacuation period, fearing that the heavy tax on ...

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  7. SEA POWER.

    The London correspondent of the "New York World" telegraphs: When the German fleet surrendered I was a guest aboard Admiral Rodman's [?]agship, New York, which ...

    Article : 343 words
  8. GERMANY. BERLIN SOVIET CLAIMS CONTROL.

    According to Copenhagen reports a critical situation exists in Germany. The Berlin Workers' and Soldiers' Council have issued a proclamation notifying that they ...

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  9. INTO GERMANY.

    Sir Douglas Haig reported on Sunday: The troops continued their march to the Rhine and reached the German frontier immediately northward of the Duchy of Luxemburg. Our ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. FRENCH ADVANCE.

    A French communique issued at midnight on Sunday stated: Our advance continued in Belgium and Luxemburg. Our cavalry reached the eastern frontier of ...

    Article : 38 words
  11. BELGIUM'S INDEPENDENCE.

    At the present time, when King Albert is being congratulated upon his re-entry into Brussels and the restoration of his country, it is interesting to recall his attitude during ...

    Article : 397 words
  12. "FRENCH FOR EVER."

    A Paris message says that on the walls of the fortress of Neu Breisach (Alsace), which guards the passage of the Rhine, the Germans inscribed, "Built in 1708; became ...

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  13. INTERNAL GERMANY.

    The "Daily News" Munich correspondent telegraphs: The internal situation in Germany is highly critical. The extremists in Berlin hourly are growing bolder, and unless ...

    Article : 134 words
  14. INDIA'S WAR LOSSES.

    India has sent 1,215,000 troops oversea during the war. The casualties totalled 102,000. ...

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  15. WAR PRISONERS.

    Danish ships have arrived from Sassnitz carrying 1500 British prisoners from Ruhieben. They were enthusiastically welcomed, the Danish crowds singing the British National ...

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  16. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    In the late Earl Brassey's estate there is unsettled property valued at £134,805. The High Commissioner for the Common-wealth (Mr. Andrew Fisher) states that the ...

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  17. POPULAR MONARCH.

    The King, accompanied by the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Connaught, the Earl of Cromer, General Sir William Robertson, and other staff officers, reviewed 20,000 discharged ...

    Article : 246 words
  18. KING'S VISIT TO PARIS.

    Paris is preparing an enthusiastic reception for his Majesty the King on Thursday. He will reside at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, over which the Royal Standard will ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. ALLEGED WHEAT SALE. STATEMENT BY MR. WATT.

    In the House of Representatives on Friday the Acting Prime Minister read correspondence between himself and the New South Wales Government, of which the following ...

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  20. SPREAD OF BOLSHEVISM

    In the course of his farewell message, the Prime Minister[?] General Botha, refers to the Republican propaganda, and repeats that a Republic is only possible if both races desire ...

    Article : 155 words
  21. BRITISH AND OTHER SHIPPING.

    Now that the German campaign against merchant shipping has ended, most people will want to know the net result on British mercantile tonnage, and particularly how the ...

    Article : 428 words
  22. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The Lancashire-Cheshire miners have requested Mr. S. Walsh (Parliamentary Secretary to the Local Government Board) to withdraw from the Government. ...

    Article : 172 words
  23. THE ITALIANS.

    A Copenhagen message states that the Italians have occupied Matrey, 10 miles south of Innsbruck. ...

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  24. GERMANY AND RUSSIA.

    A German wireless Note to the Russian Government demands the asknowledgment of the present German Government, and asks Russia to refrain from agitating for ...

    Article : 49 words
  25. BOLSHEVIKS IN SPAIN.

    A Madrid message states that a number of Bolshevik agents have been arrested in Madrid, Barcelona, Cordova, Alicante, and Cadiz. ...

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  26. AMERICANS IN GERMANY.

    Mr. A. James, telegraphing from Luxemburg on Saturday, stated: "The welcome given the American army of occupation decreased considerably when the forces reached the ...

    Article : 119 words
  27. WHAT MR. GRAHAME SAID.

    The statement contained in Mr. Fuller's telegram to Mr. Watt, giving Mr. Grahame's explanation is incorrect in two particulars. Mr. Grahame's remarks were given for ...

    Article : 534 words
  28. BALTIC REPUBLIC.

    A republic of Livonia has been proclaimed at Riga. ...

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  29. WAR PROPAGANDA.

    The Committee of War Propaganda, having decided that, however urgent the need for educational propaganda on national questions, it cannot be carried on with public funds ...

    Article : 176 words
  30. AUSTRIA.

    A Zurich message says that the progress of the propaganda by the aristocrats and conservatives in favour of the ex-Emperor Charles is alarming the Austrian Republican ...

    Article : 59 words
  31. VIOLENT SCENE.

    A Rome message says there was a great humult in the Chamber, of Deputies when Signor Conturione accused Signor Giolitti, Signor Falcioni (ex-Secretary for the ...

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  32. ANZACS TO VISIT SCHOOLS.

    Thursday next is to be observed by the Public schools as "Welcome Home Day." City and suburban schools" will each send a car to the Domain Anzac Buffet at 1.30 p.m. ...

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  33. JEWS' CONGRATULATIONS.

    A meeting of the Jewish citizens of Capetown carried resolutions congratulating General Allenby on his crushing victories over the Turks, expressing confidence in the Peace ...

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  34. AT THE TOWN HALL.

    Nearly two hours before the time appointed for the Anzacs to reach the Town Hall the people began to gather there. Two rows of chairs in the body of the hall were reserved ...

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  35. CZECHS MOBILISING.

    A Vienna message received in Zurich states that the Czechs are mobilising against Hungary. Artillery and infantry have been despatched. The Czechs are threatening Nystra. ...

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  36. SOLDIERS' LIFE POLICIES.

    In a letter received by the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt), Mr. J. Garvan, managing director of the Mutual Life and Citizens' Association Company, Ltd., Sydney, ...

    Article : 158 words
  37. DISLOYAL TENDENCIES.

    An urgent warning against the enemy within our gates and a stern denunciation of disloyalty in our midst was uttered at an Orange thanksgiving service for victory at the ...

    Article : 270 words
  38. SOUTH AFRICAN MINES.

    The Johannesburg Federatiton of Trades, representing the Mining Engineering unions, have filed general demands for an increase in wages commensurate with the increased cost ...

    Article : 67 words
  39. LUXEMBURG.

    A Paris report says the Grand Duchess of Luxemburg has left the capital and gone to Colmar in consequence of popular demonstrations that she should abdicate. ...

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  40. OTHERS COMING HOME.

    There are now on the water six transports containing about 6000 men of 1914, who were released for special furlough before the armistice was signed, and it is expected that ...

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  41. STORY OF PEACE OFFER.

    It is reported from Copenhagen tbat Professor Jano, a former Bavarian Minister for Finance, is refuting the widespread statement that none of the enemies over offered ...

    Article : 92 words
  42. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

    The Government is appointing a special commission of inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the influenza epidemic. ...

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  43. GENERAL BOTHA.

    Before leaving for England, General Botha addressed a message to the people of South Africa in which he emphasises that during his absence, the Government will stand firm ...

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  44. MASQUERADING AS WOUNDED SOLDIER.

    Charles Clifford McMullen, 23, arrestad for vagrancy on Saturday, was dressed in the uniform of a sergeant of artillery. He had been round the town with one arm strapped to ...

    Article : 121 words
  45. SHORTAGE OF HOUSES.

    The opinion was expressed yesterday by several witnesses before the interstate Commission, which is inquiring, into matters relating to house rents, that the housing ...

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  46. "BEER STRIKE."

    There is no abatement in the "beer strike," which has been operating at Bulli and Woonona for the past month. The men appear determined in their demand to have the price ...

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  47. GERMANS IN AFRICA.

    A Johannesburg message states that anxiety is expressed as to 4000 interned Germans in the Martisburg camp. It is stated the Germans in the Union are preparing to send ...

    Article : 52 words
  48. TURKISH ABSCONDERS.

    A Copenhagen message says the "Politiien's" Berlin correspondent reports that a great number of Turkish statesmen and generals [?]ed to Germany. The Turkish ...

    Article : 61 words
  49. BELGIUM.

    A Copenhagen message says that King Haakon sent the following message to King Albert: "Warmest congratulations on your return to the capital of your released gallant ...

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  50. TRAVELLERS TO BRITAIN.

    It is understood that the naval shipping restrictions are being relaxed, and that an official announcement will be made shortly that women and children may now travel to ...

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  51. ANZACS IN QUARANTINE.

    The second contingent of returning Anzacs, on leave, arrived at Portsea to-day. One mild case of influenza was reported last Monday, but as a precautionary measure the ...

    Article : 57 words
  52. THE WYNNE ART PRIZE.

    The trustees of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales, in terms of the bequest of the late Mr. Richard Wynne, have awarded the Wynne Art Prize for this year to Mr. W. ...

    Article : 60 words
  53. CAPITAL OF BELGIUM.

    Monsieur M. Watteeuw, Consul for Belgium, has been officially informed by cable that the Belgian Government has been transferred from [?] Havre (France) to Brussels. ...

    Article : 34 words
  54. AN UNWANTED GUEST.

    An Amsterdam message says the ex-Crown Prince met with a hostile reception at Enk[?]zen. The crowd should opprobious epithets [?]ted. ...

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