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  2. BRITAIN'S NEED. MEN AND MORE MEN.

    1 p.m., Martin-place: Speakers, Mr. R. D. Meagher. M.L.A., Mr. J. H. Cann, M.L.A., and Mr. B. J. Grogan. 12.30 p.m.: Colonial Sugar Refining Co., Pyrmont: Speakers, Mr. Hanbury Davies, and Sergeant Cross, ...

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  3. LATE WAR NEWS. CRUISER ARGYLL.

    The cruiser Argyll is aground on the coast of Scotland. It is feared she will become it wreck. All aboard were rescued. ...

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  4. FOOD IN GERMANY.

    Information from an unquestionable source shows that the food crisis in Berlin has become a panic. The poorer classes are on the verge of starvation. ...

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  5. THE BALKANS.

    THE BALKAN CAMPAIGN. A Malta message states that Admiral De Roebeck directed the Dege Agach bombardment, which lasted six hours, mostly ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. DARDANELLES.

    This evening 2500 people were present in the Queen's Hall to hear Mr. Ashmead Bartiett's lecture on the Dardanelles. He emphasised the necessary for saying ...

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  7. SERVIA. ENEMY FORCES LINKED.

    A German official report says that the Austro-Germans have established communication with the ...

    Article : 259 words
  8. MISS CAVELL'S DEATH

    Questioned in the House of Commons regarding reparation for the execution of Miss Cavell, Lord Robert Cecil (Under-secretary, Foreign Office) said that Mr. ...

    Article : 104 words
  9. FRENCH POLITICS.

    Reuter's correspondent in Paris says it is reported that M. Aristide Briand is to succeed M. Viviani as Premier, the latter becoming Minister for Justice. ...

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  10. MR. ASQUITH.

    Mr. Lloyd George (Minister of Munitions), who is leading the House of Commons, announced that Mr. Asquith had quite recovered—(Cheers)—and would make ...

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  11. GREECE AND ROUMANIA.

    The opinion seems to be gaining ground that there exists a serret agreement between Greece and Bulgaria. Though denials of any such compact have been forthcoming ...

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  12. COUNCIL OF EMPIRE.

    The "Standard" pays a tribute to Mr. Hughes (Commonwealth Prime Minister) for breaking the German control of the metal market. The journal suggests that ...

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  13. WESTERN FRONT.

    A communique states: We exploded, south-east of Neuville Saint Vaast, mines which wrecked trenches and entanglements. Our troops occupied the craters. ...

    Article : 205 words
  14. TREASURY BILLS.

    The rates for nine-months and twelve-months' 4½ per cent. Treasury bills have been raised to 5 per cent. ...

    Article : 21 words
  15. EXCESS PROFITS.

    In the House of Commons Mr. McKenna (Chancellor of the Exchequer) accepted an amendment extending the margin of profits from £100 to £200 before excess profits ...

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  16. MERCHANT SHIPPING.

    The steamer Hokkai Maru, which left Newcastle on September 25, has arrived at San Francisco. The steamer Tamarinda, which left Newcastle on September 26, and ...

    Article : 59 words
  17. SUBMARINES IN THE BALTIC.

    "British submarines have sunk four more German steamers in the Baltic." So runs the official Petrograd message, and brings once again into prominence the excellent work our ...

    Article : 247 words
  18. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

    The President of the Board of Trade (Mr. Runcimnn) is inviting shipowners to assist the Government in the more economical use of shipping requisitioned by ...

    Article : 106 words
  19. EASTERN FRONT.

    A Russian communique states: We repulsed German attacks at Illukst (north-west of Dvinsk), also at Neuselburg (north-westward of Jacobstadt). ...

    Article : 99 words
  20. "ALWAYS TOO LATE."

    Lord Charles Beresford, in a letter to the "Times," denounces the Government in connection with its conduct of the war. He says that the country wants a ...

    Article : 97 words
  21. A DIFFICULT PROBLEM.

    There is some little reassurance, however, in the fact that the men of our underwater service are by now necessarily well up in the tricks of submarine catching—a knowledge ...

    Article : 380 words
  22. WAR NOTES.

    Up till a late hour last night very little fresh news had come to hand concerning the progress of events in Servia. The most important item was that conveying the ...

    Article : 446 words
  23. THE BALTIC.

    A Petrograd conimunique states that British submarines have sunk four German steamers in the Baltic. THE PRINZ ADALBERT. ...

    Article : 204 words
  24. MR. CHURCHILL.

    It is rumoured that Mr. Winston Churchill (Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster) is resigning from the Cabinet. It is noteworthy that he was ...

    Article : 73 words
  25. BELGIUM.

    A court-martial in Liege has convicted nine more Belgians for espionage. Four, including a woman, have been sentenced to death. ...

    Article : 68 words
  26. LORD HALDANE.

    In the House of Commons Sir R. A. Cooper (Unionist) raised the question of Lord Haldane's connection with the Administration. He hoped Lord Haldane had ...

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  27. ENLISTMENTS.

    This week's enlistments are so far:—Victoria Barracks, 241; Town Hall, 128; Board of Health, 167; making a grand total of 536. The following figures of country enlistments ...

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  28. SCHOONER ARRESTED.

    The four-masted schooner Coquitlam City has been arrested under a writ issued by the master, the second mate, and another member of the crew, the claim being for £810, balance ...

    Article : 62 words
  29. ROLL OF HONOUR.

    Lieutenant G. S. Bogle, of the Royal Engineers, a New Zealander, has died of wounds received in the Dardanelles. ...

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  30. PARCEL POST RATES.

    The postal authorities state that approval has now been given for the postage on parcels addressed to members of the Australian Expeditionary Force at Malta to be reduced to ...

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