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  4. "We undoubtedly now have an ascendancy over the Germans," says General Joffre

    General Joffre in an interview says:— "The long war in the trenches has enabled the Allies to increase their resources. "We have now undoubtedly the ascendancy ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. ITALY NOW ON THE VERGE

    Dr. Dillon, the correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph in Rome, states that the whole of the frontier, from Lugano to Lake Garda, has been dynamited for strategical purposes. ...

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  7. ANOTHER VICTIM TO BLOCKADE

    A submarine sank the British steamer Delmira on the way to Boulogne, in the Channel. The crew were saved. Of the 32 men forming the crew of the ...

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  8. THE CARPATHIANS BATTLE

    Router's Vienna correspondent states that trains fall of Bavarian troops are continually traversing Hungary, bound for the Carpathians. An almost equal number of Germans and ...

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  10. INDIA'S SHARE IN THE WAR

    Concluding the financial debate in the Imperial Legislative Council, the Viceroy said:— "The Finance Minister's interesting recital of financial events brings out convincingly the ...

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  11. SINKING OF THE MEDEA.

    The "Telegraaf" says that the country interprets the sinking of the Medea as the German reply to Holland's request for an explanation of the seizure of the steamers Batavier ...

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  12. "A PROTRACTED WAR"

    Field—Marshal Sir John French, inferring to the phrase "a protracted war," used by him in his interview given to the Havas Agency, when he said that he did not believe in that ...

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  13. BULGARIANS READY

    A heavily—censored message from Bucharest states that large Bulgarian forces are concentrating near Adrianople. Another army is reported to be at ...

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  14. PLIGHT OF BUDAPEST

    Dr. Charles Macdonald, of the United States Army, who has just returned from Budapest, reports that that city is a veritable pest—house. The residents are absolutely rotten, owing to ...

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  15. DARDANELLS ACTION

    The forts at Chanak are manned almost entirely by Germans, of whom there are a thousand in the forts on either side of the Narrows. ...

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  16. THE BAG

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  17. DARING RAID

    Six French airmen dropped bombs upon the airsheds at Frescaty, on the railway station at Metz, and upon the barracks at Strassburg. The whole six returned safely. ...

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  18. KAISER'S SON'S SUCCESS

    It is officially announced in Berlin that the Kaiser's fifth and youngest son, Prince Joachim, with strong forces, expelled the Russians from Memel. The Russians lost 150 killed, 500 ...

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  19. THE DRINK EVIL

    The military authorities, under the powers conferred on them by the Defence of the Realm Act, are restricting the hours for the sale of intoxicating liquors in various parts of ...

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  20. MARCH OF RIFLEMEN

    To—morrow night nearly 1000 members of the Mosman—Neutral Bay Reserve Ride Club, headed by bands, will march to the Mosman Town Hall, there to elect officers and transact ...

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  21. LONDON MARKETS

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  22. TURKEY'S POSITION

    Large numbers of German officers who have returned from Constantinople state, that the position of Turkey is desperate. The army has only a few days' ammunition ...

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  23. INCREASES GRANTED

    Skilled Government dockyarders have been granted 3/ increase, unskilled 2/ per week, and pieceworkers 74 per cent. There has been renewed trouble at ...

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  24. SHIPPING

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  25. CANADA THREATENED

    The police raided a Polish Lutheran Church, and found 200 Germans and Austrians drilling there with dummy rifles. The police declare that an armed rising was ...

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  26. CROWN PRINCE BREAKS DOWN.

    Visitors from Germany state that the Crown Prince is at present in a nursing home at Potsdam, suffering from a nervous breakdown. His condition is not serious. ...

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  27. FEDERAL TENDERS ACCEPTED.

    Tenders have been accepted by the Federal Government as under :—Twenty-five 5ft. rail waggons for Port Augusta and 15 for Fremantle, Transcontinental Railway, £14,200, ...

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  28. COLONEL MARITZ ESCAPES.

    A German officer who was taken prisoner declared that Colonel Maritz escaped towards Central Africa. The Germans, the officer added, longed to ...

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  29. EX—SOLDIER IN TROUBLE.

    At Melbourne Police Court yesterday, Albert James McDonald, an ex-member of the Expeditionary Forces, was committed for trial on a charge of doing grievous bodily harm to ...

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  30. GRAY LEADS STEVENSON.

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