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  4. ITALIAN ATTACKS

    The following communique has been issued in Rome: "There was intense artillery fighting between the Adige and the Astico, the enemy ...

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  5. FRENCH PLEASED

    The French Press unanimously applauds the appointment of Mr. Lloyd George as Secretary of State for War. The Daily Chronicle predicts that the Hon. ...

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  6. FALLING BACK

    A communique states: "The battles west of the Lower Styr continue with much success. Our troops have captured further fortified Austro-German positions. The enemy fled under our ...

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  7. OFFENSIVE RESUMED

    Further reports from Sir Douglas Haig state that the offensive has been resumed by the British forces in certain sectors east of Albert, and progress has been made on the ...

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  8. AT HAND!

    Lord Esher, writing from France to a Scottish correspondent, urges the people to throw ;very ounce into the scale. "The game," he says, "is going fast in favor ...

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  9. WAR WORKERS

    Mr. F. G. Kellaway, M.P., speaking to his constituents at Bedford, said that there were now 90 arsenals in Britain, and the war workers numbered 3,500,000, of whom 668,000 were ...

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  10. WILD SCENES

    The Budapest correspondent of the Morning Post telegraphs:— Exciting scenes occurred in the Hungarian Chamber yesterday, when many members ...

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  11. TREATY WITH RUSSIA

    A Japanese newspaper summary cabled to America states that if a third Power objects to Japanese action with regard to China, Russia, if so requested, will take concerted action with ...

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  12. LUCKY ESCAPE

    A communique has been, issued which reveals an exciting story of the rescue of the submariners of the French underwater craft La Fourche, which last month, after the ...

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  13. BOOTS FOR THE RUSSIANS

    The boot trade is at present engaged in the manufacture of nine million pairs of boots for the Russian troops. ...

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  14. PRICE OF BREAD

    By proclamation to-aay the Federal Government fixed the price of bread in many of the country districts of New South Wales. The whole of the State has been divided into areas ...

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  15. LIBERAL CONFERENCE

    Before lie went away on Friday evening to attend a party gathering at Wellington to deal with the selection of a local candidate, Mr. Wade gave his views on the Liberal ...

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  16. KING'S WELCOME

    King George, in receiving the Overseas Parliamentary representatives, said: "It gives Tie much pleasure to welcome you, as I fully recognist the aims of your visit. It promotes ...

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  17. TURKS RETALIATE

    Travellers state that as a retaliation for the Allied bombardment of Smyrna, the leading British residents in Constantinople have been interned at Urfa, in Mesopotamia. ...

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  18. POWERS SAVED US

    The correspondent of the Daily Telegraph at Athens forwards the report of an interview with M. Venizclos, the Greek statesman, who is expected to return to power. ...

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  19. AUSTRALIANS KILLED

    The following casualties among Australians in the British Forces have been notified: Capt. Gerald Neame, of the East Kents, a Queenslander, has been killed in action in ...

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  20. CLOSED YESTERDAY

    The conference of the branches of the Liberal Association of N.S. Wales closed yesterday afternoon, having been in session since Wednesday. The chair yesterday was occupied by ...

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  21. REFERENDUM

    Under the Liquor Referendum Act the result of the voting has to be declared by the Chief Electoral Officer before July 26, but the point has arisen whether he will be in a legal ...

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  22. MARAUDING TURKS

    General Lake reports that marauders in the pay of the Turks caused some trouble on the Tigris. The general situation is unchanged. The ...

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  23. HOME RULE

    There was a lively discussion on the Home Rule question at a meeting of Unionists at the Carlton Club. Opponents of the settlement proposed by Mr. ...

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  24. MR. COOK'S VIEW

    The Federal leader, Mr. Joseph Cook; yesterday afternoon, at the close of the conterence, expressed pleasure at having been such a successful one. The utmost good feeling and ...

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  25. MEXICAN DIFFICULTIES

    A Note from the United States to Mexico states that America is ready to exchange views immediately as to a practical plan to remove and finally prevent the recurrence of all ...

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  26. SHIPPING MOVEMENTS

    The R.M.S. Morea, which left Sydney on May 27, has arrived ai Marseilles; the four-masted schooner Samar, which let's Sydney on May 18, and the steamer Eurymedon have arrived at ...

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  27. MUNITION MAKING

    The Evening Sun states that there will probably be a great slump in munition making in America, as the Allies are now self-sufficient in this direction. ...

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  28. NEW FEDERAL REGULATIONS

    Under the War Precautions Regulations an amendment was made to-day providing that advances in the ordinary way of business may be made by the banks without the consent of the ...

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  30. STEAMERS HANDED OVER

    The Australian Commonwealth has taken over the steamers Strathbeg, 4338 tons, and Dallon Hall, 3534 tons. It is expected that three further vessels will be ...

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  31. AMERICAN WHEAT YIELD

    The United States expects a year's yield of 750,000,000 bushels of wheat and 1,317,000 bushels of oats. ...

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  32. INCREASING OLD-AGE PENSIONS

    Mr. Higgs, the Federal Treasurer, stated to-day that the question of increasing the Old Age and Invalid Pensions would be considered together with other questions of policy when ...

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  33. JUTE EXPORT PROHIBITED

    The export of jute bags from the United Kingdom will be prohibited after July 17. ...

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