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  4. Signs of the coming of the spring evidenced by activity along battle fronts

    The British victory at Neuve Chapelle has aroused the nation to a pitch of enthusiasm. After several attempts to dislodge the enemy from the village, the Allies decided upon a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. GIGANTIC BATTLE PENDING

    The concentration of half a million men on either side near Prasnyz indicates that a gigantic struggle is impending PETROGRAD, Friday Night. ...

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  7. THE PLAN THAT FAILED

    The passenger boat Great Southern, running between Rosslare and Fishguard, noticed a twofunnelled steamer endeavoring to head her off. The steamer then flew a distress signal. ...

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  8. IMPORTANT GAINS MADE

    General Sir John French's latest bi—weekly despatch says:— "Our success at Neuve CHapelle has materially altered the situation in the Armentieres and ...

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  9. NAVAL SUPPLY SHIP SUNK

    The Admiralty reports that the auxiliary cruiser Bayano was sunk on Thursday off the West Coast. The probability is that she was torpedoed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. RUSSIA PRESSING ON

    It is reported in an official communique from Petrograd that the Russians have assumed the offensive in the Seyny regron, and have annihilated parties of the enemy which crossed the ...

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  11. AMERICAN CARGO SEIZED

    A German cruiser seized in the Baltic the Norwegian steamer Bryssel, laden with oil from America to Stockholm. A British vessel had previously examined and ...

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  12. DARING SCHEME

    Captain von Pappenheim, the German military attache, and his party, who escaped from Tsina—tao, left Peking, after securing Chiness passports, on a hunting expedition. They ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. AFTERMATH OF REBELLION

    Speaking in the Assembly, General Hertzog attributed the rebellion to the Government's unconstitutional action. He admitted that the Government had done its duty in suppressing ...

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  14. ITALY DID NOT ASK

    Reuter's Rome correspondent states that the Italian Government has denied that it initiated or urged the negotiations for Austrian territorial concessions, but Germany spontaneously ...

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  15. GREAT GERMAN ACTIVITY

    Reports from Amsterdam state that the German concentration in the direction of Ypres and La Basse still continues. All the troops stationed in Northern ...

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  16. ARMY LIBEL ACTION

    Sir Edward Ward's appeal in respect of the action for libel brought by Major W. A. Adam in February last year, when the latter was awarded £2000 damages, has been allowed. ...

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  17. THE MARKETS

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  18. ABSOLUTE CONTRABAND

    The Government "Gazette" announces the following additions to items declared absolute contraband:—Raw wool, wool tops, noiles, woollen and worsted yarns. ...

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  19. FRENCH GENERALS WOUNDED

    A report from Paris states that the French Generals Mamoury and De Villaret have both been wounded while inspecting the trenches 30 metres from the enemy. ...

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  20. THE PRICE OF WHEAT

    The workers' conference on food prices, convened by the British Labor Party's War Emergency Committee, has resolved to call upon the Government to reduce the price of wheat. ...

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  21. FOR THE DARDANELLES.

    It is officially stated that portion of the army concentrated in North Africa under General D'Aamade has already sailed en route for the Dardanelles. ...

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  22. LIVERPOOL GRAND NATIONAL

    The Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase will be decided on Friday, March 26. The present favorite is Bachelor's Flight, who is followed four points away by Lord Marcus. ...

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  23. RE—ENLISTMENT OF NEW GUINEA TROOPS.

    The authorities are exercising caution in taking applications from soldiers who have served in New Guinea. In very many cases infection from malaria is feared. The names ...

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  24. "GOD PUNISH ENGLAND."

    All letters and letterpress coming from Germany are now stamped with the phrase, "God Punish England." ...

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