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  4. Quick Finance.

    There was a remarkable scene at the Australian Hall yesterday afternoon, when a public meeting of 200 people subscribed approximately £1100 ...

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  5. JAPAN'S AMBASSADOR IN BERLIN.

    The Japanese Ambassador here states that the Japanese Minister in Berlin was handed his passports, after the declaration of war against ...

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  6. AUSTRIAN AND BELGIAN HEAYT LOSSES.

    The Servians have calculated that the Austrians lost 10,000 killed, and 20,000 wounded during the last ten days' fighting. ...

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  7. WAR WILL CAUSE EMIGRATION.

    It is anticipated that an early result of the war will be the great emigration of northern Europeans. Superior Belgian refugees are already ...

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  8. FORCED TO LEAVE.

    The Egyptian Government has ordered six German Hansa liners and two N.D.L. steamers and several other German boats that have been lying at ...

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  9. BELGIAN QUEEN IN ANTWERP.

    The Queen of Belgium and her son refused to leave Antwerp, although efforts have been made to prevail upon her to do this. ...

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  10. MOVEMENTS OF GERMAN STEAMERS.

    It is reported that the German-Australlan steamer Rostock, which left Sydney on June 26 for Antwerp and Hamburg, has left Port Said. ...

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  11. STRONG RUSSIAN CAVALRY.

    The attack by the Russian cavalry was the deciding point in the fighting at Gumbinnen. The Germans had the advantage of numbers and position, ...

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  12. The War. BACK AGAIN.

    The Official Press Bureau announces that the French troops on the Souther Belgit[?]n frontier were attacked in force by Germans. The ...

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  13. ANOTHER VILLAGE ATROCITY.

    The Warsaw correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" states that the Germans have levied a fine of £5000 on the village of Kealisez, on ...

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  14. AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT FUND.

    The Australian contingent fund is nearly £4000. It is hoped to raise £15,000. ...

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  15. AUSTRALIA VOLUNTEERS IN LONDON.

    Many Australians are volunteering for the second squadron of King Edward's Horse. The first squadron will probably proceed to Franco ...

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  16. JAPANESE AT KIAU-CHAU.

    No news has been received concerning the Japanese operations at Kiau-Chau. It is believed that she is only investing at present. ...

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  17. MARCHING ON POSEN.

    News is current in St. Petersburg respecting the movements of the Russian centre army. This is described as a very large force of exceptional ...

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  18. MOVEMENTS OF THE TROOPS.

    The Russians have occupied Nor[?]nburg, 90 miles from the western frontier. They have also occu pied Sensdurg and other towns in ...

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  19. THEE MORATORIUM.

    Mr. Lloyd George, Chancellor or the Exchequer, introduced the War Loans Bill into the House of Commons. The amount was not stated nor the ...

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  20. GERMAN PRINCE KILLED.

    The Benin Press Agency states that the Prince of saxe-Meningen was killed by a shell during the attack on Namur on August 23. ...

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  21. "WE WANT TO GO TO THE FRONT."

    A remarkable scene was witnessed at the Chelsea Barracks where the Irish Guards are quartered. The Intimation was received that the ...

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  22. French cabinet Resigns.

    Reuter's announces the resignation of the French Ministry. ...

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  23. Togoland Surrenders.

    The Prime Minister, speaking. inthe House of Commons, said that the German authorities in Togoland (German West Africa) offered to ...

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  24. BRITISH AND GERMAN COMATANTS HAVE SPELL.

    Sir John French, reports that there-have been no further engagements between the British and the Germans.... ...

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  25. A WIDE FRONT.

    The Russian advance continues with a very wide front. The right wing is now penetrating East Prussia, and the left Galicia. The centr,, ...

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  27. COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS' COMPLAINTS.

    The District Military Commandant states that he has received shoals of complaints from the country regarding those who have offered, the ...

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  28. THE GERMAN FLEET HIDING.

    It is reported that the German warships are at Kiel, at the mouth of the Elbe, and at Heligoland. Destroyers and cruisers are defending ...

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  29. GERMANY'S PLANS.

    Dutch newspapers state that Germany's plans appear to be the abandonment of Bast and West Prussia, and Potnerahia to the Russians, and ...

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  30. AGAINST THE WAR-RULES.

    The United States Minister in Berlin is reported to have protested to Berlin against' the dropping of. bombs over Antwerp by the, German ...

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  32. FINANCIAL CONFIDENCE RESTORED.

    The report of the Commonweath Savings Bank for the two weeks, ended August 21, allows that, the de opsits for that period exceeded the ...

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  33. BRITISH ON THE BORDER LINE.

    The Premier to-day received the following cable from the Australian Agent-General in London.:—"The British troops extend from ...

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  34. THE [?]EROIC BELGIANS.

    In the House of commons the Prime Minister moved that an address be sent to the King of Belgians expressing the sympathy arid gratitude ...

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  35. CONSIDERATE GERMAN MERCHANTMAN.

    The liner Gallcia, 6762 tons, has arrived at Southampton. She reports that 9O miles off Teneriffe an armed German Merch[?]tman the Kaiser ...

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  36. LATE JAS. STUART'S ESTATE.

    The estate of the late Mr. James Stuart, contractor, has been valued for probate purposes at £63,026. ...

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