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  2. THE WORLD'S GREAT WAR.

    Great scence filled the closing days of last week. The Derby scheme for voluntary enlistments was ending its work, closing up the spread net of persuasive invitation, by grace ...

    Article : 1,333 words
  3. IN THE AIR.

    The following is extracted from the letter of a flight commander on service in France:— Yesterday I had my first really trying experience. We did a long reconnaissance which ...

    Article : 652 words
  4. BOMBS ON SUBMARINE

    An account is given in the London "Dally Telegraph" by Lieutenants Viney and de Sincay, of the Royal Naval Air Service, of the feat they accomplished early last month in ...

    Article : 252 words
  5. ANZAC AND SUVLA.

    Under the heading of "British Heroism at the Dardaneiles," the French daily. "Le Journal" published a most racy account of the doings of our men at Suvla and at Anzac. We ...

    Article : 815 words
  6. OUR SOLDIERS.

    It is not the happiest fortune for the Australian soldier, on furlough that he should have to come out of hospital to face the winter of London. For one thing he sees ...

    Article : 610 words
  7. SUBMARINES IN THE BALTIC.

    Lieutenant-Commander F. N. A. Cromie, a British submarine officer, who was personally decorated by the Emperor of Russia with the Cross of St. George for his services in the ...

    Article : 559 words
  8. JUDAS KISSES.

    Lord Rosebery reviewed the war situation in a speech at Edinburgh last month. "It is, I am sorry to say—here I must make a hurried calculation—12 years since I ...

    Article : 907 words
  9. "IN A VICE."

    The Paris correspondent of the Associated Press of America has cabled the following report of an interview which he has had with General Gallieni, the French Minister of War, ...

    Article : 518 words
  10. OUR FIGHTING MEN.

    N.S.W. INFANTRYMEN FULLY EQUIPPED. AWAITING EMBAEKATION. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 14 words
  11. IN ALSACE.

    The German military authorities have forbidden soldiers who are residents of any place in Alsace-Lorraine to spend their, furlough at home (writes the "Standard's" ...

    Article : 363 words
  12. GERMAN SURRENDERS.

    A member of a well-known London Territorial Regiment who took part in the recent heavy lighting round about Loos describes in a letter to his father the surrender of ...

    Article : 277 words
  13. SWEDISH SYMPATHIES.

    Baron Adelsward, Swedish ex-Minister of Finance, who is the principal member, of the Swedish Delegation now in London, recently discussing with a Reuter's representative the ...

    Article : 187 words
  14. "WE MUST CONQUER."

    The well-known German naval expert. Count Ernst von Roventlow, has always been characterised by an intense hatred of England, and in most of the articles he has written during ...

    Article : 503 words
  15. MEN FOR HOME SERVICE.

    A number of suitable men are required for home service at the concentration camps. They must be of good physique, and preference will be given to married men, or men ...

    Article : 132 words
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