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  4. DARDANELLES

    There is much speculation as to the selection of Australasian representation at the Dardanelles inquiry. It is expected the personnel will be announced on Monday, when the Bill ...

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  5. LULL IN THE BATTLE

    Sir Douglas Haig reports that there has been a comparative lull in the battle area. "The enemy's bombing attacks on the northern edge of theo Leipzig salient," he ...

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  6. HUGE WAR BILL

    The Daily Telegraph says that Mr. Asquith will ask for a war credit of £450,000,000. The Radicals intend to move, with a view of reviving the House of Commons control of ...

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  7. KUROPATKIN'S BLOW

    'A' communique states: "The artillery battle continues on the Dvina. "The Russians have dislodged the enemy ...

    Article : 328 words
  8. BELGIAN DAY

    There was an imposing demonstration in London to-day to celebrate the Belgian Independance Day. The Te Deum was sung at West-minster Cathedral, and the service included an ...

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  9. SIGN OF THE TIMES

    The New York Times, discussing the decline in war orders in the United States, points out that one company alone is dismantling an enormous plant and discharging 2500 ...

    Article : 101 words
  10. German Denials

    A German communique states: "Southwards of Riga the enemy's feeble attack failed. "The Russian attempts to cross the Dwina ...

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  11. EVADING THE GERMANS

    The Germans have released the steamer Adam which is now continuing her voyage southward in Swedish waters. Three other English steamers from Finland ...

    Article : 55 words
  12. MR. C. G. WADE'S, MOTION

    The motion directed against Mr. Griffith, Minister for Education, that the leader of the Opposition gave notice of in the Legislative Assembly at the opening of Parliament on ...

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  13. FEDERAL HOUSES

    Although the members of the House of Representatives do not retire before October, 1917, it appears probable at present that the next general elections will take place either in May ...

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  14. FRIENDLY ARABS

    The War Office issued the following despatch last night :— The long-expected shimal is blowing in Mesopotamia, and has caused a considerable ...

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  15. STRANGE COLLISION

    A strange aeroplane accident, resulting in a fatality, occurred to-day at Southampton Water. While a large vessel was outward bound ...

    Article : 108 words
  16. MINELAYER CAPTURED

    Submarine UC5, which will be exhibited at Temple Pier, is a small vessel, which was used exclusively for mine-laying. She worked from Zeebrugge during four months in the Spring ...

    Article : 61 words
  17. RESERVES POURING IN

    The Amsterdam correspondent of the Daily Telegraph states that within three weeks 340,000 German troops have been sent to the Western front. Of these, 100,000 are ...

    Article : 92 words
  18. GREAT FLIGHT

    The Cracow newspapers tell an interesting story of the misadventure of a French aviator, which concluded an exceptionally long flight. The aviator, who had flown from Nancy, in ...

    Article : 94 words
  19. ENEMY GATHERS RESERVES

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, the Daily Chronicle's special correspondent at the Western front, describes the recent fighting on the Somme as follows: ...

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  20. LONDON WOOL SALES

    There was a poor selection of merinos at to-day's wool sales, and prices were unchanged. There was a good selection of crossbreds, which were briskly competed for, and prices ...

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  21. PROHIBITION

    The Wesleyan Conference has carried, a resolution urging the Government to enforce total prohibition in Great Britain during the remainder of the war and for six months afterwards. ...

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  22. POLICE GRAFT

    Investigations which have been made indicate that graft on a gigantic scale has been going on between the New York police and the persons engaged in the white slave traffic. ...

    Article : 124 words
  23. CARDS FOR CLOTHES

    An American correspondent in Berlin states that Germany will be issuing clothing cards in order to secure equal distribution. After August 1 a Government card will be required ...

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  24. PRUSSIAN GLUTTONY

    A wireless message states that Dr. Helm, a member of the Bavarian Alimentation Committee replying to a Prussian newspaper insinuation accusing Bavaria of withholding ...

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  25. WEST AUSTRALIAN KILLED

    Lieut. Theodore Burt, of the Field Artillery, a West Australian, has been killed in action in France. ...

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  26. AMERICANS ON TORPEDOED STEAMER

    A message from Portland, Maine, states that there were three Americana aboard the British steamer Yser, which was torpedoed by a German submarine. ...

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  27. TURKS LOSE AGAIN

    A Russian communique states : We captured the town of Gumishkan, between Trebizond and Erzingan. In the region north-east of Kialkit Cherli we ...

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  28. UNION LINE AND P. & O.

    The managing director of the Union Steamship Line states that no negotiations have taken place with the P. and O. Company. [A London cable three weeks age stated ...

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  29. POST WAR CONDITIONS

    Mr. D. Macmaster, Unionist member for Chertsey, and an cx-jurist and M.P, of Canada, questioning Mr. Asquith as to why the Dominions were not represented on the committee ...

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  30. AUSTRALIAN PRISONERS

    Brigadier-General Sellheim, who has just returned from Switzerland, arranged with the Swiss Red Cross for the transmission of comforts to Australian prisoners in Germany. ...

    Article : 66 words
  31. ITALIAN ATTACK REPULSED

    An Austrian communique states: "Strong Italian forces attacking eastwards of Borcolo Pass during a mist were repulsed with heavy losses." ...

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  32. COST OF LIVING DROPS 0.7 PER CENT.

    Figures prepared by the Commonwealth Statistician regarding the cost of living for June show an average decrease of 0.7 per cent in the 30 towns investigated. ...

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  33. NURSES' CONVALESCENT HOME

    Mr. Harold McIlwraith has lent the Commonwealth Government his country house at St. Albans as a convalescent home for Australian nurses. ...

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