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  3. To-Day's Weather

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  5. GERMANS TRY THIRD DEGREE, BUT AUSTRALIANS TELL NOTHING

    The official correspondent with the A.I.F. states:—German papers comment on the fact that there is apparently little difference between the number of ...

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  6. BOLSHEVIKS LEAVE ARCHANGEL BEFORE ALLIED TROOPS ADVANCE

    Washington dispatches received in official circles state that the Allied troops , advanced from Archangel 100 miles south to Padereshekaia, on the road ...

    Article : 321 words
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  8. SLOW BUT SURE

    The Australian Press Correspondent learns that the Germans have retired from the villages of Serre, Pulsleux-au-Mont, Beaumont-Hamel, and Bucquoy, and also eastward of Vieux Berquin and Meteren. ...

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  9. DOMINION MINISTERS IN EMPIRE COUNCILS

    It is expected that Mr. Lloyd George will shortly make an important statement regarding the work of the Imperial War Cabinet, which is on the eve of ...

    Article : 117 words
  10. SEVENTH WAR LOAN

    Under the pressure of war the whole country has developed initiative in organisation that is nothing short of remarkable. It arises from a readiness to ...

    Article : 798 words
  11. AMERICA'S HUGE ARMY WILL FINISH WAR

    A wireless message received by the American Consul-General in Sydney from Washington: The Provost-Marshal ...

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  12. MESSAGE TO ITALY FROM MR. HUGHES

    In an interview with Mr. W. M. Hughes, which appears in the Rome Idea Nazionalc, Mr. Hughes states: "One of the most essential peace terms is the ...

    Article : 165 words
  13. ENEMY REPULSED BY ITALIANS

    An Italian official message says:—Our fire yesterday repulsed strong enemy actions in the Tonale region. Enemy detachments on Wednesday ...

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  14. SILVER FROM U.S.A. FOR FOREIGN COINAGE

    The United States Consul-General in Sydney has received the following wireless message from Washington: The Treasury Department announced ...

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  15. GERMANY LOSES 6,000,000 MEN IN FOUR YEARS

    A wireless message received by the Consul-General in Sydney for the United States says: The Paris Press claims that the German casualties since the beginning of the war to July, 1918, amount to 6,000,000. ...

    Article : 96 words
  16. FRENCH ENVOY DIES IN U.S.A.

    M. Metin, formerly French Minister for the Blockade, and General Pau, en route to discuss war questions with the Australian Government were ...

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  17. FOOD AND CLOTHING FROM DOMINIONS

    The Australian and New Zealand editors conferred with Mr. J. R. Clynes, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Food. ...

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  18. TELEPHONE GIRLS ARE NOT MARRYING

    Eight hundred telephone girls have presented a memorial to the Controller of London Telephones, protesting against his public appeal for girl labor ...

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  19. NEW CONSTITUTION FOR AUSTRIA

    A Copenhagen message states:—A Vienna Radical newspaper learns from a reliable source that all this Austrian political parties and the Crown have ...

    Article : 67 words
  20. British Shipping Carries Troops from America

    Referring to the shipment of American troops to France, Mr. Norman D, Baker, U.S.A. Secretary of State for War, stated:—"The War Department's ...

    Article : 76 words
  21. Club at Australia House for Use of Soldiers

    Mr. W. M. Hughes visited Southall Hospital and will inspect the Australian Auxiliary Hospital to-morrow, and the camps at Salisbury Plain on Monday. ...

    Article : 62 words
  22. Immense Total. of U.S.A. War Loans

    The money raised by means of the Liberty loans, bonds, treasury certificates and war savings stamps Since the United States entered the war, now ...

    Article : 41 words
  23. Australian Mining Shares

    The following arc Australian mining quotations on the London Stock Ex-chance :—British Broken Hills, b 53/3, s 54/31 Broken Block, b 37/6, B 40/ ...

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  24. Ferdinand of Bulgaria Suffering from Typhus

    King Ferdinand of Bulgaria is suffering from typhus, and his condition is critical. ...

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