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  5. JAPAN'S PART IN THE WAR

    Seen to-night regarding the recent pronouncement by the Emperor of Japan that his country would more fully co-operate with the Allies, Dr. Morrison, adviser to the Chinese ...

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  6. ITALIANS STRIKE BACK.

    An Italian official message states:"We drove back patrols at Giudcarie and Lagarina valleys. Our successful minor engagements on the Asiago Plateau yielded prisoners. ...

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  7. VOLUNTARY ENLISTMENT

    We have received the following statement from ex-Senator Rae:— "Concurrently with the resignation of Professor Macintyre and Major Shillington as ...

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  8. THE CALL OF THE SURF.

    HAPPY FAMILY PARTY SNAPPED ON COOGEE BEACH YESTERDAY. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. BOLSHEVIK OUTLAWS.

    M. Pichon, French Foreign Minister, said that it was impossible for France to enter into official relations with the Bolsheviks. Their latest acts were a violation of the alliance and ...

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  10. AUSTRALIA WILL REGRET

    Assuming that the early returns indicate that the soldiers' vote is not likely to after the result of the Conscription Referendum in Australia, the Canadian newspapers are now ...

    Article : 167 words
  11. PALESTINE CAMPAIGN

    0An official message from Palestine states:- After repelling several determined attacks at Ras El Tawil, northward of Jerusalem, and eastward of Bir Nebala, five miles north-west ...

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  12. SUBMARINES SUNK

    The Corriere D'Italia learns from Germany that submarines which have been sunk during the past quarter[?]are ten in excess of the vessels constructed during the same period. ...

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  13. THE WORLD'S WHEAT CROP

    The world's wheat production for the year was 186,400,000,000 bushels. This excludes the Central Powers, and is a decrease of three points. ...

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  14. MR. ADAM FORSYTH

    Flags were flown at half-mast on the shipping offices and at most of the business places in town yesterday in respect to the memory of Mr. Adam Forsyth, who died at his home ...

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  15. THE MAN IN THE SURF

    If Captain G. J. Dyett had his way, the carefree youth who goes surfing while others fight in France and Belgium will not be allowed to have an easy conscience during the holidays, ...

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  16. ZEPPELIN FLEET GONE

    The United Press correspondent in Paris states that Germany has now only 13 Zeppelins left. Thirty-five have been destroyed and five are disabled or missing. ...

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  17. THE MEMORANDUM

    The memorandum referred to in the above cable was formulated by the Parliamentary Committee of the Trade Union Congress and the executive of the Labor Party. It was a ...

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  18. THE HARBIN FIGHT

    The United Press correspondent at Tokio cables that it is officially stated that two hours of street fighting in Harbin preceded the surrender of 2500 Bolsheviks there to the Chinese ...

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  19. BRITAIN'S WAR AIMS

    Replying to a resolution by the Parliamentary Committee of the Trades Union Conference and the National Executive of the Labor Party, suggesting that the Government should ...

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  20. PEACE OFFER TO BELGIUM

    Germany recently made a peace proposal to Belgium, La Metropole, a Belgian paper published in London, learns from a well-informed source. ...

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  21. METHYLATED SPIRITS SHORT

    There arc complaints among Melbourne business men that stocks of methylated spirits are running out. One merchant says he has had to refuse a number of customers, and he fear ...

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  22. PACIFIC CABLE.

    The annual report of the Pacific Cable Board for 1916-17 shows that in that period the receipts exceeded the expenditure by £90,926. But, against this, the contribution to the Renewal ...

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  24. TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE

    Railway traffic was suspended for five hours on the east-west railway owing to heavy rain which fell between the 230 mile and the 350 mile post on the Kalgoorlie side on December 20. ...

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  25. SIR ARCHIBALD MURRAY

    Mr. Macpherson, replying in the House of Commons recently to Major David Davies, said that Lieut.-Gencral Sir Archibaldd Murray (who had been recalled from the Egyptian ...

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  26. BURGLAR GETS £150 WORTH OF JEWELS

    Early yesterday morning a thief, who made his way to a balcony room in the home of Mrs. Morton, in Roslyn Avenue, Darlinghurst, stole jewellery, valued at £150. The police have ...

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  27. NOTHING DOING ON WEST FRONT

    Sir Douglas Haig telegraphed at noon to-day: There is nothing to report. ...

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  28. JIM LARKIN ARRESTED

    An Exchange message from New York to the Daily Mirror states that James C. Larkin had been arrested at Halifax on October 23. ...

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