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  4. PATROL FIGHTING

    An official message from Salonika states that British patrols have made successful raids on the Lake Doiran front. The enemy shelled the Kapriva ridge on the ...

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  5. TRENCH FIGHTING

    Sir Douglas Haigh reports that there has been, intense artillery bombardment by both sides, but the general situation is unchanged. He adds: "The Irish regiments ...

    Article : 149 words
  6. MORE MEN

    The Central News Agency is responsible for an interview with a War Office official, who is said to have stated that the Director of Recruiting authorises the contradiction of the ...

    Article : 150 words
  7. LABOR'S PROTEST

    The Trade Union Congress has earned resolutions protesting against the use of child labor in agriculture; condemning the system of fines in factories; advocating conscription of ...

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  8. ORSOVA OCCUPIED

    A message from Rumania confirms the news of the occupation of Orsova by the Rumanian troops. It is reported from Athens that the ...

    Article : 245 words
  9. A MORAL TONIC

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, writing in the Dally Chronicle, says the capture of Guillemont and Falfemont Farm, the daring thrust forward into Leuze Wood, and the assault on ...

    Article : 500 words
  10. NO FEAR OF DEATH

    Field-Marshal Lord French, in opening a Y.M.C.A. hut, said that 30 years ago there were scores of offences common among soldiers which are no longer found among them. ...

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  11. WHEAT CROP

    The Agricultural Bureau, in an estimate of the crops, announces a decline in nearly all estimates during the month. Wheat has declined by 43,000,000 bushels, oats ...

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    PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE TABLEAU OF THE VICTORIA CROSS AT THE DISPLAY GIVEN BY PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN AT THE SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND YESTERDAY ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. THUNDERING GUNS

    The war correspondents' promise that the latest Anglo-French successes on the Somme would give the artillery an opportunity to deal effectively with the enemy's ...

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  14. AS THEY SEE IT

    Despite the utter fiasco of last Sunday's Zeppelin raid, the German newspapers are full of fantastic stories about it. They declare that there is unheard of ...

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  15. TAKING ACCOUNT

    A Royal Proclamation states: "In view of the great importance of obtaining full information regarding property in enemy territory belonging to British subjects, the latter, unless ...

    Article : 165 words
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  17. UNDER THE EAR

    Karl von Wiegand, who is at present in Buda-Pest, telegraphs to the New York World: Owing to most violent scenes in the Hungarian Parliament over the entrance of the ...

    Article : 197 words
  18. RUSSIAN ATTACK

    A Russian communique states: Despite repeated German attacks, we occupied positions on the left bank of the western Dvina, northward of Dvinsk. ...

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  19. BALKAN SURPRISE

    If Athens reports of the Russians' arrivals at Negotin and Vidin are confirmed, it must be regarded as one of the surprises of the Balkan war. ...

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  20. BULGARIAN LOSSES

    The revolutionary troops are organising into a division the troops who surrendered from the barracks at Salonika. They are joining other volunteers who are arriving from Mitylene and ...

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  21. MINAHAN BEATEN

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  22. ROBINSON'S V.C.

    Lieut. Robinson, who was awarded the Victoria Cross for bringing down a raiding Zeppelin at Cuffley, received the Cross to-day from the hands of King George at Windsor Castle. ...

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  23. ESCAPED FROM BALTIC

    The British steamer verasion, which has arrived at Galveston, has been bottled up at Petrograd since the outbreak of the war. After the Jutland battle, when the German ...

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  24. THE BLACK LIST

    Before the final adjournment Congress empowered the President to withhold clearances from ships belonging to belligerent Powers which discriminated against American firms. ...

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  25. MR HUGHES AT ADELAIDE

    The Prime Minister attended the Labor Conference again this morning, and gave a brief address at the close of the session. Mr. Hughes was given a demonstrative send-off. ...

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