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  2. WITH THE BERRIMA.

    "Good bye, Berrima!" The little crowd of white-uniformed officers on the end of the wharf waved their helmets in a last farewell, and Raboul, with ...

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  3. LATE WAR NEWS.

    Messages despatched from Northern france on Sunday state that the Germans a[?] in the triangle of country formed by [?] Bethune, and ...

    Article : 126 words
  4. THE BATTLE LINE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 121 words
  5. HOLDING OUT.

    The German extreme right is retreating. Recent fighting in North-east France has been largely in the ...

    Article : 81 words
  6. FRIENDS WHO FOUGHT.

    It has been pointed out that it is one of the, strangest and one of the noblest features of human nature that. as a rule, war leaves no permanent trace of bitterness behind it. It ...

    Article : 267 words
  7. ANTWERP.

    A communique states that the Germans only occupy the suburbs of Antwerp. Twenty-four of the forts on the Scheldt are resisting energetically. ...

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  8. BRITISH PLUCK.

    Mr. Martin Donohoe, war correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle," in a message to his paper, states that, while many of the military in Antwerp favoured a ...

    Article : 213 words
  9. IN BELGIUM.

    Two columns of Germans were repulsed at Ypres, and driven back several miles, with considerable loss. An aeroplane dropped bombs at Ostend ...

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  10. THE IMPERISHABLE MEMORY.

    Yet the last Franco-German war left behind it ineradicable feelings of hatred and revenge. In that respect it stands alone in modern history. In France, over since that war, there ...

    Article : 265 words
  11. MISCELLANEOUS.

    A German aeroplane dropped a proclamation at Dar[?], near Rouen, saying, "Frenchmen are being deceived. The Germans are victorious. Beware of the ...

    Article : 83 words
  12. ALLIES PROGRESS.

    communique yesterday slated:—"During an engagement at Lassigny, on Friday, lasting 24 hours, a brigade of marines killed 200 Germans and took 500 prisoners. ...

    Article : 142 words
  13. ANTWERP'S ATTACKERS.

    The "Daily News" Bordeaux correspondent says that the Germans engaged in the slege of Antwerp probably did not exceed 60,000. ...

    Article : 29 words
  14. IN THE BALTIC.

    An official communique states that German submarines in the Baltic on Saturday attacked the armoured cruiser, Admiral Makaroff, which was engnged in ...

    Article : 84 words
  15. BRITAIN DENOUNCED.

    The Berlin newspaper publish ferocious attacks on Britain in connection with Antwerp, which they state is a sacrifice to England's brutal self-seeking ambition and ...

    Article : 108 words
  16. A BRAVE SERGEANT.

    During the fighting outside Antwerp on Thursday a party of British with a machine-gun began, to play on a point where they knew the Germans were ...

    Article : 75 words
  17. GERMAN BANDS.

    The incident of the playing of the Austrian National Anthem by a German band in front of the German Club in Phillip-street on Monday evening was the subject of comment by ...

    Article : 387 words
  18. THE INTERNED TROOPS.

    The Belgian and British troops from Antwerp who are interned in Holland number 2200. Eighteen thousand succeeded in joining the main Belgian army. ...

    Article : 27 words
  19. THE ANTWERP FORTS.

    Some of the Antwerp forts held out until Sunday. ...

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  20. COURAGE OF BELGIANS.

    Thirty British naval men, a portion of the 2000 who were interned in Holland, have returned to London. They were released because they were members of the ...

    Article : 55 words
  21. THE FAR EAST.

    Japanese cruisers silenced the Iltis, a gunboat, and the fort at Tsingtao. ...

    Article : 23 words
  22. PRZEMSYL.

    The "Messngero's" Petrograd correspondent states that the Russians have raised the siege of Przemsyl, in order to prepare to meet the Austro-German army that is ...

    Article : 39 words
  23. GERMANS FORCED BACK.

    The coreespondent of the Daily Telegraph at Amiens states that the battle of the Aisne ended without anyone one knowing it. ...

    Article : 456 words
  24. UNITED STATES.

    The Navy Department has decided to commence immediately three authorised battleships of 32,000 tons. The third will be laid down in the ...

    Article : 55 words
  25. WELL-LAID PLANS.

    Officials from Antwerp state that the platforms of concrete on which the big guns were mounted were prepared for the Germans at Vieux-Dieu and Hove, which ...

    Article : 61 words
  26. AERIAL WARFARE.

    A German aeroplane yesterday dropped six bombs, but did no damage. Some fell on the Gare du Nord. New air squadrons have been organised ...

    Article : 36 words
  27. ALIENS IN BRITAIN.

    Lord Charles Beresford in a letter to the press recommends a campaign to urge the Government to deal more stringently with aliens, and abolish naturalisation during ...

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  28. ANOTHER GERMAN SUBMARINE COUP.

    The submarine has scored again. This time the Germans have sunk a Russian cruiser in the Baltic. Few details of the incident had been cabled uP till a late hour last night. ...

    Article : 181 words
  29. MERCHANT SHIPPING.

    The steamer Runic, which left Brisbane on August 8, Sydney August 16 Melbourne August 22, and Albany August 27, has arrived at Plymouth. ...

    Article : 99 words
  30. KHYBER'S TRIP.

    The Khyber, one of the P. and O. Company's intermediate steamers, arrived at Fremantle to-day after an exciting voyage. This is her first visit to Australia, she ...

    Article : 520 words
  31. DUSSELDORF RAID.

    Reuter's Agency states that the "Cologne Gazette" declares the raid by British alrmen on the Zeppelin depot [?] Dusseldorf was a daring act which ...

    Article : 63 words
  32. GERMANS AT GHENT.

    The German cavalry entered Ghent and hoisted the German flag. Uhlans have arrived at Selznnte, and have announced that 6000 soldiers must ...

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  33. FAMINE.

    General von der Goltz sent a mission to Holland to ask for foodstuffs for Brussels, but the request was refused. The Dutch Government is closely ...

    Article : 62 words
  34. FRENCH RESIDENTS.

    Every French citizen who attains his 19th year' in 1914 is notified that he must call at the French Consulate General on or before the 31st inst. and fill in the papers ...

    Article : 99 words
  35. PRECAUTIONS IN ENGLAND.

    The Mayor of Gravesend has notified residents that in the event of hostile air craft coming they should shelter in cellars on the sound of firing. ...

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  36. HOLLAND'S FEARS.

    Now that the Germans have taken Antwerp, the Dutch, we are told, believe that it will load to an attack on Flushing, the fortified port at the mouth of the West Scheldt, which ...

    Article : 278 words
  37. GENERAL ITEMS.

    Major G. S. Richardson, of the New Zealand Staff Corps, participated in the defence of Antwerp. He has now returned to London. ...

    Article : 251 words
  38. IF ITALY COMES IN.

    The "Messagero" states that Prince Hohenlohe, the Governor of Trieste, has ordered the police to take the names of 1000 prominent citizens, including the mayor, ...

    Article : 197 words
  39. HOLLAND'S POSITION.

    Mr. Arthur Kitson, writing to the Morning Post," says the Dutch believe the fall of Antwerp will lead to an attack on Flushing, at the mouth of the Western ...

    Article : 64 words
  40. AT TSING-TAO.

    The following is taken from a letter to Mrs. H. Seyffer, Gunyah, Tinora-street, Haberfield, from her daughter, Mrs. Pratt, of Hongkong, dated September 3:—"This morning my ...

    Article : 277 words
  41. ENEMY RETREATING.

    There is a great movement of Germans from Lille in the direction of Courtral. There is also increasing activity between Lille and the coast. ...

    Article : 115 words
  42. RUSSIAN ADVANCE.

    Refugees from Galicia, now in Bohemia, are so numerous that the authorities are building a new town near Chotzen for 23,000. ...

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  43. THE DUTCH ARMY AND NAVY.

    The population ot the Netherlands is nearly 6,000,000, and every male is liable to six years' service in the militia, followed by five years in the Landweer, and, up to the age of 40, in ...

    Article : 226 words
  44. GERMANY'S CRIME.

    Lord Curzon, speaking at Harrow, said that Germany's action in Belgium was the greatest crime in history. It was impossible to imagine a punishment adequate to ...

    Article : 108 words
  45. GERMAN LOSSES.

    It is semi-officially announced that, owing to the great losses that the German army has sustained, all officers and noncommissioned officers who have ever been ...

    Article : 77 words
  46. BRITISH CROPS.

    The "Times's report on British crops gives the following figures:—Wheat percentage, 95.4; barley, 91; oats. 86.2. ...

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  47. WAR NOTES.

    It now seems to be generally accepted that the Germans have been withdrawing many troops from the north bank of the Alsne and using them against the Allies left wing. Ono ...

    Article : 407 words
  48. CROWN PRINCE'S TRACKS

    The "Daily Mail" correspondent states that at Villers-aux-Vents near Verdun, which was for some time the headquarters of the Crown Prince, the church and all ...

    Article : 85 words
  49. BAND INSTRUMENTS.

    Miss Margaret Harris has given a full set of band instruments to the 13th Infantry Battalion. The instruments are being sent to Rosehill by Messrs. W. H. Paling and Co., ...

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  50. FARMER AND COMPANY.

    Farmer and Co., Ltd., have declared a dividend of 126 per cent. To the reserve fund £199,000 has been added, and £26,690 has been, carried forward. ...

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